The Gluten Free Weight Loss Cookbook Can gluten free diets really help you to lose weight? Whether you're interested in eating a gluten free diet because of celiac disease or any kind of gluten sensitivity or because you've heard that gluten free diet weight loss works, this cookbook is the place to begin introducing yourself to the gluten free lifestyle. The recipes are designed to be easy to prepare without an extensive amount of culinary skills, while helping novice gluten free cooks to build their confidence in the kitchen.
Do you have a busy life and little time for the gym? Have you constantly had trouble reaching your long term weight loss and fitness goals? The answers to all of your long term weight loss questions are here at last* * * * SPECIAL DISCOUNTED PRICE DON'T MISS OUT * * * *I'm about to shatter one of the biggest fitness myths ever, a myth that was created by businesses to make you think that you need their facilities to be fit and lose weight. The businesses to which I'm referring are GYMS. Yes, you must always keep in mind that gyms are businesses that have the primary aim of getting your money. A gym doesn't care about your goals or aspirations,the only person who can force a major change in your life is YOU! And you don't need a gym to do this.For far too long people have been entrenched in the belief that in order to lose weight and be fit, they must buy an expensive gym membership. Well I'm here to tell you that you can workout from the comfort of your own home, and the best part is that you get to decide the hours of operation of your home gym. You can become totally independent, maintain a busy schedule and learn how to become a more self motivated individual.
Here's a sample of what's inside.......- How to work out in as timely a manner possible - How to become self motivated when it comes to your personal fitness and weight loss goals- How to distance yourself from 5 of the most common weight loss/ fitness myths - How to implement some amazing simple and practical weight loss tips- How to perform 26 of the best at home exercises that will help you shed pounds fast! - How to properly write and follow your own at-home workout program- A an in-depth and comprehensive 4-week at-home workout plan - 6 amazingly simple healthy recipes that will make your mouth water and your stomach smile- A bonus sample of my other book: "Butt Workout" - The #1 benefit of being fit, healthy and losing weight!- Much, much more!As a personal trainer at an all women's gym I have seen some painful sights. Women who come into the gym day after day for hours on end, working out ineffectively and never getting the results they desire. While I can see the determination and passion in their eyes they're simply doing things the hard way. You don't have to be one of these women! I promise you that by the end of this book you will have everything you need to be healthy and fit without ever having to go to a gym again! Download "Weight Loss For Women: Tighten & Tone, Perk Up Your Assets, Drop a Dress Size and Look Great Naked. No Gym Needed!" Right now Just scroll to the top of the page, download it and we can get started on your weight loss journey together!
There is absolutely no doubt that running is one of the best forms of exercise on this planet. Human beings just like most animals have the capability to run. We were made to do so. Our forefathers ran to hunt for food. They ran to escape predators. Running was a necessity for survival. As time passed and technology got more advanced, we had less need to run. Yet, we do it without even realizing it. Have you ever run after your toddler when he or she was running towards the street? Maybe you needed to catch the bus and you saw it at the bus stop while you were a distance away. What did you do? Run for it, of course. Late for work and you need to clock in? Start running. You run because you have evolved to. That basically means that your body is designed to run and burn calories faster than most of the other forms of exercise out there. Swimming, cycling, rowing, skipping, resistance training, etc. are all excellent ways of burning your fat off. Yet, none burn as many calories as a fast run. Running is a weight loss solution, bar none. This book will tell you everything you need to know to run fast and effectively burn off the stubborn fat on your body. Follow the advice and tips closely. There is hardly any fluff in this guide. Everything is explained in an easy to understand manner and you're only given the important information that you need to know. This book will give you a running start to achieve your weight loss goals. Fat loss is a pretty simple concept. Putting it into practice is difficult. This book will help you with that. The advice and tips within work wonders, if you work them. You ready? Good... Ready... Steady... Go! Below are some information that you are about to learn: Why Should I Run? Setting Goals Should I Count My Calories? What You Need To Know Before Getting Started Good running shoes Besides getting equipment, there are 2 essential things you must always do Running Techniques & Tips How Do I Calculate MHR or Maximum Heart Rate? How should I breathe while running? How do I lose weight by running? Finding Motivation And so much more..."
I have done a lot of research, reading and studying over the last forty years into the matter of Dieting. Through my own experience with dieting and thus spanning the 6 decades of changes in ideas, beliefs and expertise, I thought that it would be interesting to find out just how long human beings have been concerned with body shape. To my surprise I found that body image has been in human awareness for 10,000 years. Starting with the finds of statuettes from Paleolithic times, depicting a well-rounded female image, we can see that being plump and firm was important in the days of the hunter gatherer to sustain people through times of famine. It was also seen as a sign of being fertile. In the last 10,000 years our diet has changed out of all proportion to the hunter gatherer days, but our bodies have not evolved along with it. The body still acts as if it is expecting a famine, and when we diet it will hold onto every last gram of fat, in order to preserve itself. As we come into the agricultural age and on into the early days of the Europeans it becomes clear that humans have started to take steps to lose the fat. I have looked at how food in general has evolved from different corners of our planet, and along with these changes it is not surprising that the more we came away from eating natural, real, unadulterated food, the more we found it necessary to find ways to combat putting on weight. Yet here in the 21st Century ideas abound with different opinions, diets and scientific research. Some of them pretty sound, some of them ridiculous. From taking pills, to drinking tea. From leaving out essential nutrients to eating far too much of any particular nutrient. But the only thing we know for sure that works when watching our health and weight, is to eat real food, organic where possible and watching our portions. The second most important thing to bear in mind is that the idea of being skinny must stop. Once we learn to eat what nature designed us to and getting our portions right to suit the individual, our body will find the right weight naturally, we will be as healthy as possible. It is obvious to me from the research, study and writing for this book and from my own experience in life of being a chronic dieter for over forty years, that being a healthy weight, with a moderate amount of fat, is the way to go! I have covered the last 100 years of the book, in decades and it is interesting to see that it is in this time span that we have turned to ever more faddy and often dangerous ways, to be not just slender, but skinny. It is an anomaly that although we have this mindset we have reached epidemic levels of obesity. Whether you are in a professional capacity, researcher or someone who thinks that dieting to lose weight is something new to this century, you will find the history of how we reached here with food, interesting and revealing.
Losses are integral to the human experience, but they sometimes unfold in subtle ways. Loss is not just about death, but can encompass a number of situations, such as those gradual losses experienced by the elderly: loss of vision, mental capacity, or hope. Intended to stimulate ideas and research in the new area of psychological aspects of loss, this sourcebook collects the writing of a set of distinguished scholars representing psychology and related fields. The author presents a case for a broadly-construed field of loss-both personal and interpersonal-that would complement other fields such as death and dying, traumatology, and stress and coping. No other volume is as comprehensive in its treatment of this intriguing subject. The book begins with an introduction to the concept of loss and discusses the definition of the term and the salience of the topic in the general public in the 1990s. Contributors were chosen to represent some of the most interesting current work on different types of loss and adaptation in the whole of the social and behavioral sciences. Contents cover such diverse subjects as loss in intimate relationships, disability, chronic illness, genocide, sports, unemployment, and homelessness. The book concludes with a commentary section on loss theory and research.