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Do you like ice cream?

How about a cocktail by the pool?

Or a burger straight from the grill?

Summer starts June 21 at 1:56 pm. The parties will start. Pools wait for you to dive in. Sun chairs scream for you to lounge on them. And cocktails drizzle down your throat.


Relaxing is good for the soul.

But what might be good for the soul is bad for your body.
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Fat is on the rise.

Not just in children. When you age, your metabolism changes. It slo-o-o-ws.

After the age of 20, your metabolism slows down 2% every decade.  If you are in your 50’s, your metabolism has decreased by 6%. That means your fat burning capacity has diminished as well.

Although you may weigh the same, that doesn’t mean that you have the same body composition. If you weigh the same as you did 20 years ago, it means one of two things:

Your body fat has increased and you have lost lean muscle tissue (meaning you are not active) or your body fat is really the same (meaning you strength train).
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dsc_0519-apple-shtrudelJanuary has come and gone.

I know that since then, you’ve eaten healthy foods. No desserts. No sodas.

Maybe you survived Valentine’s Day. But now you can’t walk by a chocolate or sweet shop without being drawn to it like metal to a magnet. You know you want it, but you know you shouldn’t.

Been there?

To the rescue:  a low-fat dessert recipe for you to indulge in and still keep you on your weight loss wagon.

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awls_cover-blogI couldn’t be more thrilled.

I am finally announcing the release of my upcoming book,  Alpine Weight Loss Secrets – The Natural Way to Look 5, 10, Even 20 Years Younger.

If you want an effective guide that has been proven effective for natural weight loss and age loss, this is it.

Each chapter reveals secrets, strategies, information and exercises that you can do with minimal effort to get maximum results. You don’t need high-tech gadgets, gyms or any expensive yet enticing super foods.

Injured? Not a problem.

I give you strategies on how to reverse them with natural approaches and my AAE secret. No, there won’t be any injections, medication, or surgeries required. Yet, your results will be outstanding and wildly successful, as proven with my clients, who have undergone  meniscus operations on both knees and who are today  active and 100% pain free now. Read More→

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To live younger longer? Possible? Yes, but does it need surgery? An oxygen tank?

Are you wondering what else can be done besides Botox, liposuction and acid facial peels? What are the alternatives? What can you do at home right now? The shows are interviews and conversations about how to naturally look and feel younger longer 5, 10 or even 15 years.

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How does a busy mother of three with knee pain on both sides (after two meniscus operations) and heart problems shed almost 30 lbs and drop 4 dress sizes all while continuing to cook for her family and herself?

A super attitude, with super motivation and expecting super results.

Judith wasn’t struggling her entire life with weight. Even after three children she was in fantastic shape and had a nice body. Then, as the children became older, became independent, less activity settled in. The fridge became a daily night stop. And a little bit of boredom set in. Slowly the weight started creeping up. Blood pressure rose. Medication for cardiovascular diseases where prescribed. And stairs became difficult to walk up.

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Dried vs. Fresh Fruit

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Sweet, sweeter and sweetest.

Today, more and more companies are packaging and inducing consumers to buy their dried fruit products. And more and more dried foods are showing up on food logs.

Just about any fruit can be dried, but some are more commonly eaten in their dried form than others. There are many advantages to dried food. Read More→

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Learning to become more active can be a challenge. And staying active over your entire lifetime can be an even bigger challenge. It’s not just that it could get boring doing the same thing over and over again, but also it is a challenge to find and do new things.

Here are the issues: You’ve done the gym workouts. Working out at home is fantastic, but you are by yourself.   Swimming is great, but it Read More→

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Once again, Thanksgiving was a feast. Each year, over a hundred thousand Americans overeat during the holiday time. The next day, food is the last thing that many think about. But then there are the leftovers. How about a little pie for breakfast? It is too good to go to waste. And the feast continues.

Weight loss is on many on our minds during this time. But the call to the dinner table wins out over the call to the gym. There we have a dilemma: Too stuffed to workout. Leftovers linger for days. And relaxation and catching up with friends and family is priority number one.

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Seasonal foods for weight loss

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The best weight loss programs educate you about various factor that affect what you see on the scale. Seasonal foods should be one of them.

That’s why you will receive from time to time ideas about what you can do with seasonal foods to keep your diet interesting. But the emphasis here is on “what is in season.” Fall is here and the hard-shell squash season has just  begun.

Today, I highlight butternut squash. Butternut squashes are high in the carotenoids lutein and zanxanthin, which are an important ingredient for preventing degenerative macular disease. And, they are high in vitamin A ad E as well.  One cup of butternut squash has only 82 calories.

But what to do with this knobby gourd? Read More→

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