"Eat less, move more"—whether you're trying to lose weight, melt fat, or muscle up, I'm sure you've heard this advice before. But losing weight, burning off stubborn fat, or gaining lean muscle isn't as easy as it sounds. Especially if you're over age 30 and you'be been losing and regaining weight for most of your life.
The truth is that in today's world of over-processed foods and ginormous portions most people struggle to lose weight. If you've endlessly been working to lose weight but haven't seen any significant results, you're probably ...
'Tis the season of overdoing it, and that usually means we end up getting sick. We seem to be exhausted all the time, and that almost always means we gain weight.
If you want to avoid getting sick this year, and you're determined not to gain weight, I've got great news for you — it's possible! All you have to do is let Mother Nature lend a helping hand. Throw out those metabolism-slowing, immune-killing, quick fixes and turn to your natural medicine cabinet instead. Plus, natural remedies aren't as likely to damage your liver and kidneys.
One of the worst parts about losing weight is a lack of energy. There are some things you need to be doing to avoid the dreaded energy slump. And the best news? You can do it without caffeine and sugar.
Power your energy and metabolism with protein. While fat contains more energy than protein (9 calories per gram compared to 4 calories per gram for protein), protein has a different advantage. Protein releases energy at a much slower rate, helping to prevent blood sugar fluctuations that not only sap energy but can also slow weight loss, esp...
Do you wake up in the morning not feeling refreshed — even after a full night's sleep? You're not alone. Fatigue and lack of energy are the #1 health complaint of all ages. Lack of energy is the very reason most diets fail.
Fatigue is largely responsible for our national obesity epidemic and our growing waistlines. Fatigue causes us to crave sugar and carbs and all the wrong foods. Fatigue has also been known to escalate mood swings and irritability. Fatigue may also be one of the reasons that depression is on the rise.
If you feel tired a...
So, you didn't lose the weight you wanted to or lean out enough to put those shorts on this summer. It may be time to use fat burning tools to help rid you of that stubborn weight. Fat burners can help you more than you may realize, especially if you're already drinking LynFit Protein Shakes or eating LynFit Lean Bars for breakfast to boost your metabolism. This article will teach you how to give fat loss a 1-2-3 punch, so even the most stubborn body fat can be burned off.
Maybe you're already doing all these things:
Eating a lean, clean ...
It's never too late to lose weight and boost your fat loss. LynFit's "Lose 7 Pounds in 7 Days" is exactly what's needed to jumpstart your weight loss and help you reach your fitness goals, or at least get you started in the right direction.
Are you ready to take the challenge?
You may have already figured out that the change you're dreaming about happens outside your comfort zone. Challenging yourself is the best way to lose weight, boost fat loss, and tighten and tone up your body. All you need is a willingness to change and allow LynFit's...
Fatigue and lack of energy are the #1 health complaint of all ages. In fact, lack of energy is why most diets end up failing. Most of us go around complaining about being sick and tired of being tired all the time.
The truth is, if you're tired all the time, your body is trying to tell you something. If you listen to it, you just might learn why you're tired all the time, even after having a good night's sleep. The solutions are easier than you think and can reboot your energy fast.
PROBLEM #1: Lack of Quality SleepGAME PLAN: Swap out the l...
What in the world is a mocktail? A mocktail is a cocktail for your metabolism.
In the last 25 years, our alcohol intake has doubled. Interestingly, so has the obesity rate and diabetes. Uh, could there be a connection? I certainly believe so.
Alcohol brings out the very worst in our body, especially when it comes to getting in shape and melting belly fat. Before I show you a few replacements for alcohol, it's important to know why you should replace the booze.
THE BODY ON BOOZE
Just one alcoholic drink daily can cause you to gain 15 pounds...
If there's anything moms of multiples know all too well, it's chronic stress. While they are doubly blessed, studies show that moms of multiples experience quadruple the stress, especially during the toddler and teen ages.
This chronic stress affects each mom in a different way, and for lots of moms, it's intense sugar cravings due to hormonal changes and chronic fatigue that stresses our adrenal glands to the point of overload. All of which zaps our energy, sending us running for anything that's sweet.
The sweet tooth makes things worse b...
Pain affects more than your weight loss:
15,000 people yearly die because of opioid use
More people die from prescription pill use than in car accidents
More than 100 million people in the U.S. have pain that won't go away
Over 95 percent of the world’s population has health problems with over a 1/3 having more than five ailments
A quarter of Americans (76.5 million) age 20 and over, report a pain problem that persists longer than 24 hours
Adults with back pain are often in worse physical and mental health than those without pain
It's estimated that 11 million adults and children have hypothyroidism. Two out of every three people with hypothyroidism (under-active thyroid gland) may not know they have the disease.Why are so many people getting the disease? This is something the medical community can't agree, but lots of people who struggle with weight loss think that if they simply take a thyroid pill they will lose weight. This couldn't be further from the truth. The fact is that as we age, most of us will experience our thyroids slowing down simply because of age.Co...
HOW TO TRAIN FOR A HALF MARATHON
Before starting any training for running a 13 mile half marathon distance, whether it's an organized race or on your own, you should regularly be running approximately 10–15 miles per week.
If you're just starting out, it's always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting anything as strenuous as training for a half marathon, especially if you've had an injury or health issue, or you're over age 40.
Good running starts with the right fuel for your body. For more details on the fuel your body nee...