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Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat
Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat
Have you ever wished you could come across the one diet plan book that finally showed you how to lose weight and never be fat again? That book does not exist.

In the pages of Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat, you will learn why there is no such book and what to do about it. You will be taught an answer to the paradox of diet book hell and how it ruins your life. This text offers you an insight into the real reasons you can’t lose weight on a diet and teaches a perspective that could place your past weight loss endeavors in a new light.

This book isn’t about the ability to eat all the junk you want all day long. It’s not about a total rejection of the dieting industry. The concept of diet anarchy is about setting out to lose the weight in a way that you create with your own rules, not by the rules of diet program plans. These diet program plans tend to fail on a permanent basis because of the rules they employ, the restrictions they force, the pain that accompanies them and every human’s instinct to avoid this misery at all costs.

A diet anarchist believes that they would be happier, healthier and more prosperous if they could govern themselves in a way that is free from the norm of social masses in their everyday life. As a diet anarchist, you will learn techniques to create your own diet, your way, with as little pain or effort as possible.

This is not your standard program diet book that will tell you what to eat, how to eat and how exactly to lose the weight by following a miraculous new program. This is diet anarchy, a total rejection of the standard diet industry as you know it from diet books and media. An anarchist applies creativity in all facets of their lives. They create their own world, rules, regiment, guidelines and environment to suit their specific needs and beliefs.

In the pages of Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat, you will learn how anarchy and creativity go together. Anarchists’ rebel the stringent, regimented rules forced on them through beliefs, and use their creative power to devise their own world the way they want it to be, using the means provided to them in a manner they can get away with. This is exactly what you will learn to do with your diet through the information shared in this delightful, encouraging, easy-to-read book.


This 120-page book will give you an inside peek into the following:

* Learn why standards weight loss rules associated to diet plans make you fail

* Redesign your diet, your own way

* Create your own weight loss rules for ease of follow

* Discover the unrevealed cause of yo-yo weight loss

* Tailor your homemade diet to your personal preferences

* Tackle weaknesses by using your natural-born strengths

* Learn to blend what works from the best information on the market

* Discover the main reason you are REALLY fat

* Develop techniques to apply your right brain to tackle munchies

* Apply creativity to weight loss for greater ease and success

Have you ever wished you could come across the one diet plan book that finally showed you how to lose weight and never be fat again? That book does not exist.

In the pages of Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat, you will learn why there is no such book and what to do about it. You will be taught an answer to the paradox of diet book hell and how it ruins your life. This text offers you an insight into the real reasons you can’t lose weight on a diet and teaches a perspective that could place your past weight loss endeavors in a new light.

This book isn’t about the ability to eat all the junk you want all day long. It’s not about a total rejection of the dieting industry. The concept of diet anarchy is about setting out to lose the weight in a way that you create with your own rules, not by the rules of diet program plans. These diet program plans tend to fail on a permanent basis because of the rules they employ, the restrictions they force, the pain that accompanies them and every human’s instinct to avoid this misery at all costs.

A diet anarchist believes that they would be happier, healthier and more prosperous if they could govern themselves in a way that is free from the norm of social masses in their everyday life. As a diet anarchist, you will learn techniques to create your own diet, your way, with as little pain or effort as possible.

This is not your standard program diet book that will tell you what to eat, how to eat and how exactly to lose the weight by following a miraculous new program. This is diet anarchy, a total rejection of the standard diet industry as you know it from diet books and media. An anarchist applies creativity in all facets of their lives. They create their own world, rules, regiment, guidelines and environment to suit their specific needs and beliefs.

In the pages of Diet Anarchy: Weight Loss RULES That Make You Fat, you will learn how anarchy and creativity go together. Anarchists’ rebel the stringent, regimented rules forced on them through beliefs, and use their creative power to devise their own world the way they want it to be, using the means provided to them in a manner they can get away with. This is exactly what you will learn to do with your diet through the information shared in this delightful, encouraging, easy-to-read book.


This 120-page book will give you an inside peek into the following:

* Learn why standards weight loss rules associated to diet plans make you fail

* Redesign your diet, your own way

* Create your own weight loss rules for ease of follow

* Discover the unrevealed cause of yo-yo weight loss

* Tailor your homemade diet to your personal preferences

* Tackle weaknesses by using your natural-born strengths

* Learn to blend what works from the best information on the market

* Discover the main reason you are REALLY fat

* Develop techniques to apply your right brain to tackle munchies

* Apply creativity to weight loss for greater ease and success

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Perspectives on Healthy Living - with Coralie Darsey-Malloy (pg1)
Perspectives on Healthy Living - with Coralie Darsey-Malloy (pg1)
PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTHY LIVING ROCKING ON WITH MY ROCKER SHOES By CORALIE DARSEY-MALLOY Every day brings a chance to draw a breath, kick off your shoes and dance. Oprah Winfry NORMALLY I AM not one to jump on bandwagons or follow the latest fads. I like to walk or rock to the beat of my own drum. However, I broke my own rule while recently shopping for new sports shoes. Since I started using orthotics, I usually purchase my favourite brands. When I shopped around at a few stores, one of the clerks introduced me to what are called “rocker bottom” shoes. He explained that they are a style of footwear that has a thick sole with a rounded heel. The style of these shoes ensures that the wearer does not have flat footing along the long axis of the foot. This type of shoe comes in a variety of brands that include round bottom shoes, rounded sole shoes and toning shoes. The way they are constructed shifts the wearer’s body weight behind the ankle. That requires more work to stay balanced than is required with flat-soled shoes where the center of gravity is more forward. When I tried a pair on, I was struck with how comfortable they felt. My feet are flatter than normal and I liked the way the design created a cushioning effect under my instep. As I walked around the store in the rockers and chatted with the clerk, he said that this type of shoe has added benefits that include strengthening the back, firming calf and buttock muscles, toning and firming thigh muscles, increasing cardiovascular health, improving posture, reducing stress on the knee and ankle joints, and relieving muscle tension and fatigue. As I listened to him extol the wide range of therapeutic claims, I could feel my skepticism kicking in. I’d definitely have to do more research before accepting all that the rocker shoes are supposed to do. However, my feet were sore from tromping around the mall in what my chiropractor calls “twin tower” shoes (four-inch stacked heels) so I decided to purchase a pair of rockers. As I paid for them, the clerk said that rocker sole shoes work muscles differently and suggested that I wear them for only a couple of hours a day to start. Evidently they simulate walking barefoot on soft earth or sand and create a different alignment within the body, which needs time to adjust. Even though I was warned not to overdo it, I ended up wearing them longer than I had planned. I awoke the next morning feeling as though I had done a rigorous workout. My knees and hips felt achy and there was an overall soreness that was surprising. I left the rockers off for a day and then decided to wear them to work the rest of the week. The appeal for me was how comfortable and cushiony the shoes were and that is why I kept wearing them. At the end of the first week, it felt as though my body had been able to adjust. Then after about a week, I had some hip and knee pain develop and I could not tell whether it was the shoes or the fact that I had been on my feet a lot more than usual due to work demands. It was at that point that I decided to do some further research about rocker shoes so I could write about them in a balanced way while being my own case study. I was surprised to discover that rocker sole shoes have been referenced in publications as early as 1990 but have only been popularized in mass marketing since the late 1990s. While acknowledging that rocker sole shoes work different muscles, the jury is still out over the many health claims that the manufacturers make. In 2010, the University of Wisconsin was commissioned by the American Council on Exercise to compare the efficacy of wearing rocker bottom shoes and athletic shoes. The authors concluded there was no fitness benefit to wearing rocker sole shoes. This study was cited in 2011 in a class-action lawsuit alleging false advertising by a variety of high-profile manufacturers. There were also a number of claims that rocker shoes could increase the risk of falling. A number of podiatrists said that any positive benefits from the shoes would not be permanent because the body would eventually adapt to the changes in alignment from whatever shoes the person was wearing. Some orthopedic surgeons are not in favor of people with knee, hip, tendon or back problems wearing shoes with the rocker sole design. As I continued gathering information, I found a number of conflicting reports and testimonies claiming that in an eight-week study, participants showed an increase in physical performance, strength and endurance over a group of control subjects who wore normal athletic shoes. It concluded that a walking program using rockers may promote improvements in weight loss, body composition and muscle strength. However, the results depend on individual physiology rather than the shoes itself. Everything I was reading added to my skepticism and confusion. I needed to have my orthotic insoles adjusted, so I called my physiotherapist and made an appointment to discuss the pros and cons of
Monsieur Remy Martin
Monsieur Remy Martin
Remy is home from his stay at the veterinarian's clinic. Remy was on IV fluids for two days, and he had a series of glucose tests on his blood and urine. He does NOT have Diabetes. His kidneys are fine. He's crazy. Remy suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. For an unknown reason, he pulls out his own fur. Remy grooms normally...and then grabs a great mouthful of hair and jerks it out. He's been doing this since he was eleven months old. At the time, we noticed that his tail was getting really scraggly as he was coming up to his first birthday. At first we assumed that he was losing his summer coat prior to growing his winter one. It wasn't until I kept finding great hunks of hair about the house that we started to pay greater attention. Remy was caught in the act of pulling out the hair in his tail and along his sides by Dave and I a few times. We took him to the vet's office. At first it was thought that he might have a skin allergy, A shot of Cortisone later, and that was ruled out. We also ruled out his food, the shampoo that was used at the Groomer's, and aggression with Molly and Emile as causes to the hair loss. Finally, he was diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive DIsorder. As we couldn't alter the cause, we decided to medicate for a cure. He was put on a drug called Clomicalm (Clomipramine). His dose was 2.5 mgs daily. This seemed to do the trick. Remy stopped his excessive/destructive grooming, and his fur grew back. He regained the long, lush flowing tail that makes Maine Coons famous. In September, Dave quit smoking cigarettes. (yay Dave!) He was no longer going out onto the back deck for a cigarette multiple times a day. That meant that the cats were no longer going on the deck multiple times daily. (Our cats are allowed onto our kitty proofed back deck when they are supervised.) Remy showed his displeasure at this change in circumstances by starting to rip out his fur again. The vet increased his dosage of the drug, and told Dave to take the cats out for "fresh air" a few times a day. It seemed to be working, until the crisis with Emile. We were paying so much attention to Emile and his dental problems that we failed to notice that Remy had practically stopped eating. Remy lost two pounds before we took him to the vet's. All of our cats see two vets at the same clinic. Dr Todd Morgan and Dr Rachel Thomas have been looking after the boys since they came home with us. Dr Morgan saw Remy's weight loss and decided to change Remy's medication from the Clomicalm to Prozac. I had the prescription filled at my own pharmacy, where it was dispensed in a Cherry flavoured syrup. (Children's Prozac was the only dose low enough for the cat) The Prozac made Remy foam at the mouth, and it was stopped immediatley. Remy lost another pound while exhaustive tests were run to see why he was so ill. Kidney disease, a viral infection, and Diabetes were all examined. Remy came back negative for everything. His urine glucose, at one point, was very high, but that ended up being attributed to stress. It turns out that Remy should have been weaned from the Clomicalm before starting the Prozac. One of the withdrawl symptoms from the Clomicalm was anorexia. It has been decided that Remy must regain his weight before we try him on any other type of behaviour modification therapy. As I write this, Remy is purring while he sleeps on the window perch beside Dave's desk. He's sleeping with his tail curled over his nose. There is less fur on his tail today than there was yesterday, but we're going to take everything one day at a time.

rules of weight loss
rules of weight loss
TurboCharged: Accelerate Your Fat Burning Metabolism, Get Lean Fast and Leave Diet and Exercise Rules in the Dust
TurboCharged By Dian Griesel, Ph.D. and Tom Griesel According to these boomer-generation authors, every diet to date is destined to deliver loss of lean muscle mass, moodiness, disappointment and failure. Instead, Dian and Tom provide an exciting new roadmap using a unique 8-step program that has been called "the Holy Grail of Fat Loss" and even the "Fountain of Youth." Building on an exotic car metaphor, their system requires no strenuous exercise, supplements or special equipment. They show readers how to get on the road to eliminate excess body fat fast and forever. Within 3 days the program promises to: begin training your body to use excess body fat for energy; show everyday activities that will quickly accelerate fat-loss; teach mini-exercises requiring only 3-5 minutes each day that will trigger fat-burning while strengthening muscle; explain the ideal foods and how to eat them to burn your body fat fast; eliminate any related diet anxiety or moodiness; prove that you are truly getting younger; and, provide easy ways to maintain your new lean and healthy body with minimal effort for life. An excerpt from the Foreword by Fred Pescatore, MD, MPH, CCN, author of The Hampton's Diet says, "TurboCharged doesn't bog down the reader with lots of science. Instead, it tells you what to do, when to do it, and if you follow the very simple guidelines, you too will be dropping fat fast, leaning out and attaining your goal of a lower body-fat percentage, decreases in inches and a younger metabolic age. TurboCharged is a system designed with genetics in mind and based on sound science. With a combination like that, you can't fail." Sister and brother, Dian and Tom Griesel have spent the last 30 years working with renowned scientific researchers while studying health, exercise, longevity and stress management. Both are in their 50s according to the calendar, yet can prove that they are not only leaner and stronger but are now metabolically teenagers as a result of the TurboCharged steps they share with readers. TurboCharged is a simple, practical, easy-to-implement holistic lifestyle program for everyone. Testimonials from 35 to 80 year olds abound! Early readers comment... Harvey Schiller, PhD., Brig. Gen, USAF, Ret, Former CEO, United States Olympic Committee says, "Finally you can toss the exercise DVDs, failed diet programs, useless equipment and take control of your body! TurboCharged is what we've all been waiting for: a simple approach to better living and a powerful new lifestyle." Harvard psychiatrist, Srini Pillay, MD, best-selling author of Life Unlocked says, "For dieters, from both a psychological and medical perspective--this one's the Holy Grail."

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