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Magnesium - Foods and Information
Yes, magnesium is a metal. It's also critical to the operation of every living thing. Are you getting enough magnesium in your diet? What foods hold magnesium?
Zinc - Foods and Information
Isn't it interesting that us humans have to gnaw on metal in order to stay healthy? Zinc is one of those metals we need to ingest. Why?
Vitamin K - Foods and Information
You probably hear a lot about taking vitamin C to hold off colds. But how about vitamin K? Just what is vitamin K, and how do you ensure you get enough of it?
Hawaiian Chicken Slow Cooker Recipe
This Hawaiian Chicken Slow Cooker Recipe involves onions, bell peppers, and the Campbell's slow cooker mix. Add some delicious flavors into tonight's meal!
Pork Apple Bourbon Slow Cook Recipe
We love slow cooking! It's easy and lets you come home to a delicious-smelling home. This one uses an Apple Bourbon Slow Cook seasoning.
Water of Metabolism
You might think the only water you get in your body is the stuff you drink. Did you know that your body actually MAKES water? This is called water of metabolism.
Activating Beta-2 Receptors and Fat Burning
You might have heard about the beta-2 receptors on your fat cells and how they activate fat cell burning. How do you boost this and get your fat cells releasing their fat?
Fat Cells, Alpha-2 Receptor, and Beta-2 Receptor
Fat cells have both alpha-2 receptors and beta-2 receptors. How do these matter in your quest to lose weight? You might be surprised how important it is to know the difference!
Squishy Fat / Loose Fat
If you've been obese for a while, you might be used to your fat being relatively hard - pushing out the skin. As you loose weight, that fat will become squishy / loose.
Abdominal Fat / Visceral Fat
Gone are the days where we think of all body fat as being the same. Now we realize that abdominal fat, or visceral fat, is far more dangerous than fat cells which live, for example, in the arm. Why is that?
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