Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 25, 2015
Fix Your Fat Loss Hormones is a diet program that has been created for people who are willing to do some work to change their body, but not getting results. This has caught the attention of HealthyandFitZone.coms Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.
Our Fix Your Fat Loss Hormones review shows that it is a not a typical diet program. In fact, the author says that typical diets are what caused you to have a hard time losing weight and fat in the first place, which is why they should be avoided, reports Stevenson.
The author takes you by the hand and tells you what to eat and what not to eat, and even when you should eat it. In addition, you learn the real truth behind exercise and how you should workout. Lastly, you learn lifestyle changes that will help you balance out your hormones by removing stress.
Fix Your Fat Loss Hormones is a 7-step method that includes a process that will help fix fat loss hormones, a book to eat ones way to good hormonal health and fat loss and 3 phases of training to hold on to muscle, maximize insulin sensitivity, boost growth hormone and sculpt the body. There is a bonus that includes exercise videos, which show how to perform every exercise in the program.
The program helps you boost your fat burning hormones and lower your fat storing hormones. Without doing that you will never be able to lose the fat on your body, because your body is getting the message that it needs to hold on to the fat and store it, says Stevenson. The good news is that if you are willing to test out the program, you will lose weight, no matter who you are, what you have tried, or how big you are and you will lose it quicker than you have before. It also tackles growth hormone, a hormone that women need to pay attention to in order to lose weight with the right kind of resistance training and diet.
From what we saw in our Fix Your Fat Loss Hormones review, we know that this program can help you. Proper diet, the right exercise, and the optimal lifestyle are all focused on in this program. You can fix the issue that is holding you back from losing the weight that would otherwise cause you to gain weight back. When you fix your hormones, your weight benefits, but you receive many other health benefits too. You will have energy and feel satisfied as you lose fat. This diet program gives you a way to break past that inability to lose weight, which is especially true if you are suddenly finding it difficult to lose weight, when you used to easily slim down in a short amount of time.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) in partnership with Scientific American Worldview recently held an invitation-only roundtable on the topic of The Science of Wellness: Hype or Hope? Leaders from the medical, science, business, technology, research, media, workplace wellness and hotel/spa worlds gathered on February 11 at the Everyday Health headquarters in Manhattan for a wide-ranging conversation on the many ways that science and evidence-based medicine are impacting the wellness industry, and how wellness (and the growing medical evidence for wellness approaches) is impacting people, traditional medicine, private companies and public policy.
The discussion, co-moderated by Jeremy Abbate, VP, Global Media Alliances, Scientific American; Publishing Director, Scientific American Worldview and Susie Ellis, president and CEO of the GWI, included executives and experts from American Public Media, Cornell and Rutgers Universities, Delos, Everyday Health, The International Heart and Lung Institute Center for Restorative Medicine, Optum, Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (PCI), Patients Beyond Borders, Pegasus Capital Advisors, Six Senses, SRI International and Viacom Media Networks.
The leaders assembled identified numerous best steps forward to build a healthier world: from the need for powerful public health marketing campaigns around obesity and sedentary lifestyles – to a much more intense focus on cognitive/behavioral psychology to identify a science of lifestyle change for a world getting fatter and sicker to a call for more (and more appropriately designed) clinical trials on wellness approaches.
A more detailed report on the recommendations emerging from this roundtable will soon be available at: http://www.globalwellnessinstitute.com/
Top Ten Recommendations – Experts gathered argued we need
Simple, Provocative Public Wellness Campaigns: Some of the biggest wellness successes of the last century have involved powerful marketing messages (like the anti-smoking, stop littering, or wear seatbelts campaigns of the 20th century or more recent ads visualizing how many packets of sugar reside in a can of soda). We need new health campaigns and public service announcements around weight loss/obesity and sedentary lifestyles that are simple, inspiring and are repeated over and over.
More Behavioral Sciences Research to Create a Science of Lifestyle Change: While medical research on the benefits of wellness approaches grabs headlines, the key to healthy populations is to begin to crack the code on helping people start, and sustain, lifestyle change. We know so little, and a more intense focus on, and new research in, the behavioral sciences and cognitive psychology (from brain plasticity to choice architecture) is critical if we ever want to create an evidence-based science of lifestyle change and willpower.
More, better-funded studies on wellness approaches: Clinical studies on wellness approaches represent the under-resourced David to Big Pharmas Goliath. Average R&D costs for a new drug have reached $ 2.9 billion,* while funds for wellness clinical trials are drastically less (often under $ 100,000) and the GWI estimates that (Stage 3) drug trials have around 100 times the participants: roughly 50 for a wellness study, vs. 4,000 for a drug trial. Without more, better-funded trials, highly respected medical organizations like Cochrane will continue to withhold positive recommendations in their meta-reviews on practices like meditation or yoga, even when theres positive, preliminary evidence.
A Better Understanding of and More Appropriately Designed – Wellness Studies: Clinical trials on wellness approaches often have unique qualities, and superimposing the double-blind model can be like fitting an apple into an orange. Placebo models dont work when participants know theyre experiencing things like meditation or exercise, and wellness approaches often involve practitioners, so cant be uniformly replicated (or regulated) like a pill. Short studies fail to capture the most meaningful outcomes for long-term, prevention-focused approaches, and all personalized medicines, like TCM and Ayurveda, defy the randomized trial model entirely. Another problem: most current studies on wellness approaches are performed on sick people (in the hospital setting), providing a limited view of their efficacy. Greater openness to analyzing (and valuing) outcomes from studies that cant fit perfectly into double blind, or even randomized, trial designs is needed.
Doctors to Expand Their Understanding of the Wellness Concept & Consult the Evidence: Despite growth in integrative medicine, the medical experts at the roundtable agreed that the vast majority of physicians still narrowly equate wellness with testing (i.e., mammograms, osteoporosis checks, etc.), at which point the prevention boat has often already sailed. And while almost all doctors turn to evidence-based medicine databases to evaluate courses of treatment, almost none consult those databases for studies on wellness approaches – and the lions share of their required continuing medical education comes via drug companies. Medical systems, insurers and policy-makers must support more physician education around and the prescribing of wellness approaches like diet change, exercise, etc.
More Media Responsibility in Communicating Wellness Info: If people are unlikely to get much wellness information from doctors, theyre devouring it at media/digital channels, where theres an explosion of reporting on the latest wellness studies and miracle breakthroughs. The rise of digital has been a double-edged sword: empowering people with unprecedented sources of health information (Google just reported that one in twenty searches is health-related), but also confusing them with contradictory, often un-contextualized new findings. More media responsibility, and more peer reviewing and curation of wellness studies by medical professionals, is needed.
To Stop Putting Wellness in the Alternative Medicine Bracket, If We Want to Serve Millennials: Entrenched healthcare systems and older generations have viewed medicine and wellness as separate, even antagonistic, domains, but the millennial generation (and younger) views health very holistically, where wellness, diet and exercise are not alternative, but key pieces in a total health puzzle. Medical systems and marketers that want to reach younger generations need to embrace that new reality.
To Recognize That Private Companies Are Often Leading in Applying Science to Wellness: Wellness is a $ 3.4 trillion,** consumer-driven market, and its private companies and public-private partnerships that are applying science to new wellness concepts the most creatively: from Delos building a lab with the Mayo Clinic to test and develop new healthy for humans features for the spaces people live and work in – to companies like Lighting Science creating healthy, nature-based lighting technologies – to new, billion-dollar healthy cities being developed globally, incorporating hospitals, education and every aspect of healthy living.
Workplace Wellness to Move Beyond Generic ROI Reporting and Focus on Culture Change: Companies are adopting workplace wellness programs at an explosive rate, but so many things are holding them back: from an obsession with ROI reporting that doesnt measure results/returns against specific program components, to new signs that employee wellness is devolving into a have/have not situation. For instance, top executives may be embracing meditation at the World Economic Forum, but companies are increasingly profiting from penalties exacted from the most program resistant/high-risk workers. Successful workplace wellness initiatives must think beyond the program and focus on honest, top-to-bottom culture change.
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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) February 17, 2015
Healthy vodka seems more like an oxymoron than a true beverage breakthrough. But the entrepreneurs behind Lean Vodka considered the health conscious consumer when crafting the ultra-premium spirit. The growing market for healthier alcoholic beverage options creates a whole new meaning to the phrase, drink responsibly. Gluten-free, herb-infused, Lean Vodka boasts about 1/3 fewer calories than other vodkas and challenges healthful connoisseurs to heed their motto and, Lean Responsibly.
An estimated 70% of the American adult population consumes alcohol regularly. Statistics show the majority of this population is overweight.
Too often alcohol is ignored, either erroneously or purposely, when consumers are creating a diet or wellness plan, says Brent Agin, M.D., Co-Founder of Lean Vodka. Dr. Aginco-author of Superfoods for Dummies and Healthy Aging for Dummiessays even the most diet-conscious often fail to consider the calories and carbohydrates in drink mixers, beers, cocktails and spirits. This can become a major problem and often leads to poor results and weight-loss and wellness program failures. With so many people wanting to look and feel great, it is important to extend calorie and carbohydrate control to include alcohol choices he says.
As a health fanatic himself, Dr. Agin knew there were plenty of ways to make healthier alcoholic beverage choices, but other than light beers, he saw few beverage companies offering clean, low-calorie spirits. He wanted to create a spirit that could become a simple and sensible choice, not only for himself, but to recommend to his clients as well.
The health and wellness movement has already started, and we are excited to have an amazing tasting vodka to support the demands of sophisticated, well-minded drinkers. says Dr. Agin, who envisions a dedicated section showcasing lower-calorie spirits in liquor stores of the future.
The LeanTM brand combines exclusive distilling technology and herbal infusion to create its premium vodka. Lean is available in three varieties Regular, Vanilla and Yumberry (yang-mei fruit with a berry flavor) each of which is infused with ginseng, green tea and guarana. LeanTM is refined by a patented distilling process that reduces the impurities in liquor caused by traditional distillation methods, resulting in full flavor and a smoother finish than other vodkas. Lean Vodka is distributed by Republic National Distributing Company and is available now in select restaurants and retailers in the Tampa Bay area.
Nick Pappas, owner of popular Tampa Bay restaurants FlameStone American Grill and Besa Grill, loves the idea of offering a healthier beverage option to his customers. Lean Vodka has a new kind of appeal in where their niche is not just low-calorie, but with the added benefit of making their alcoholic beverage choices be a part of an active and healthy lifestyle. We are excited to offer Lean Vodka to our customers, says Pappas.
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Lean is your waistline’s favorite vodka. Lean Vodka is an ultra-premium, herb-infused, low-calorie vodka created with the sophisticated and health conscious connoisseur in mind. Made with the purest spring water and finest quality grains, Lean is the first low-calorie, ultra-premium vodka, and the first to infuse its spirit with herbs including green tea leaf, ginseng and guarana. Lean is available in three varieties: Regular, Vanilla and Yumberry (30% alc. / vol., 60 proof) in 750ml for a suggested retail price of $ 34.99. For more information visit LeanVodka.com or call (866) 801-8411. Like and follow us on social media: Facebook.com/LeanVodka; Twitter.com/LeanVodka; Instagram.com/LeanVodka.
Fargo, North Dakota (PRWEB) February 16, 2015
According to the CDC, more than 29 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes roughly 9.3 percent of the population. http://www.cdc.gov/Features/DiabetesFactSheet/ With the numbers for this disease growing rapidly, Diet Doc has taken a long hard look at ways in which their company can contribute to teaching people how to prevent diabetes.
The pancreas, a flattened, oblong gland is nestled deep within the abdomen, sandwiched between the stomach and the spine. An integral part of the digestive system, this gland produces insulin that regulates glucose in the bloodstream. Overconsumption of fatty, processed foods, as well as carrying excess body fat, can cause the pancreas to become inflamed or overworked, limiting its ability to produce enough insulin to keep blood sugar levels in normal, healthy ranges. The body will then become insulin resistant, leading to diabetes.
Staying at a healthy weight is one of the first steps in learning how to prevent diabetes. With this in mind, Diet Doc created their diet plans that combine todays advanced science and medical understanding with doctor-designed and medically supervised diet plans that have helped people throughout the country lose excess fat, improve their overall general physical and emotional health and prevent diabetes.
New Diet Doc patients will consult online with a Diet Doc physician before working closely with nutritionists to develop meal and snack plans that are compatible with their individual needs and encourage the body to target and attack stored fat that has nestled itself comfortably around the internal organs. To accelerate weight loss, qualified patients may choose to enhance their customized diet plans with prescription hormone diet treatments, appetite suppressants, exclusive diet pills and powerful fat burners. This powerful combination works flawlessly to flush stored fat from the system while eliminating hunger, food cravings and loss of energy during dieting.
Patients who follow the guidance of the Diet Doc experts report looking and feeling better and noticing the loss of pounds and inches within days. In fact, the majority of over 20,000 actual patients reported an amazing weight loss of 20 pounds or more per month.
Diet Doc works closely with patients throughout their weight loss journey and monitors progress, comfort level and attitude through scheduled weekly checkup calls. Patients learn how and why it is important to make healthy food choices to prevent diabetes and other weight-related health conditions.
The experts at Diet Doc are passionate about giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy a life free of the burden of dangerous and embarrassing excess fat and now educate their patients on how to prevent diabetes and other weight-related conditions through diet and nutrition. Diet plans are tailored to accommodate those who are struggling to lose 10-20 pounds to those who must lose 100 pounds or more.
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Southfield, MI (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
Corporate and Community Wellness Resources, LLC was founded in June 2010 by Charlene Levine, CHC, LMT, and Dr. Bob Levine, a PhD holistic health clinician. They created a new, affordable online program, Stress and Pain Free Living. They teach people proven techniques for managing, and ultimately eliminating pain, stress and related conditions.
Stress and Pain Free Living teaches specific techniques for stress and pain management. According to Dr. Levine, Stress underlies most ill-health conditions and contributes to chronic pain. We teach people how to get relief from their pain, stress and other ill-health issues. Our goal is pain management that produces pain relief, and ultimately, pain elimination.
The program is effective at relieving sleep disturbance, anxiety, fatigue, feelings of depression, low energy, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, tobacco dependence, and loss of physical and mental performance. Once the automatic patterns are interrupted and replaced by wellness-sustaining patterns, people are free from their stress, and nerve and muscle dysfunction associated with chronic pain. Thousands of people have reduced and even eliminated pain in their back, neck, hip, shoulder, and knee using these pain management techniques. People make desired changes quickly and easily using this unique online program.
About Dr. Bob and Charlene Levine
Dr. Bob Levine, a PhD brain researcher and holistic health clinician, has helped thousands of people improve their heath and performance, and produce rapid and sustained behavioral change. Formerly the director of the Henry Ford Health System Center for Integrative Wellness, he is now the Vice President of Wellness Initiative and High Performance Strategies for CWR.
Charlene Levine, President and CEO of CWR, has a degree in communications and uses her expertise to help people eliminate miscommunication stress. She is a stress and pain management specialist, certified health coach for weight loss, and a mind-body connection expert.
Together, they create in-person and online programs for achieving stress and pain relief, as well as optimal health through weight loss. CWR also offers a free wellness platform to corporations that can enhance employee health and wellness as a means of reducing healthcare costs. The wellness platform, which can include in person and online programming, can stand alone or augment other corporate wellness programs. CWRs unique online programs for stress and pain relief are also available to individuals.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2015
Although there is no direct scientific evidence that being overweight or obese actually causes breast cancer, it is known that the rate at which women are diagnosed with breast cancer significantly increases after menopause and that those who carry excess fat are at a much higher risk of developing this devastating and, oftentimes, fatal diagnosis. It is believed that, since fat tissue is the largest source of estrogen in postmenopausal women, the increased breast cancer risk may evolve from the higher levels of estrogen seen in overweight women. And, while many risk factors are out of ones control, it is thought that American women can reduce their breast cancer risk by consuming a healthy diet, less fatty and processed foods and losing dangerous excess fat.
SPRINGFIELD, MO (PRWEB) April 02, 2015
Prime, Inc., North Americas most successful refrigerated, flatbed and tanker trucking company, recently released preliminary results of their Driver Body Composition Study to promote healthy lifestyles and wellness among truck drivers nationwide.
According to a 2014 NIOSH study, truck drivers are more likely to have high-risk factors like hypertension, high cholesterol and obesity for chronic diseases. Today, Prime, Inc. publicized results from their Driver Body Composition Study in an effort to raise awareness among the trucking industry, an industry commonly recognized to overlook physical health and wellbeing.
From April to November 2014, Prime measured the body composition of over 100 drivers who enrolled in their Driver Health and Fitness (DHF) 13-Week Program. Using a method called bio-electric impedance, the company measured each drivers weight, body fat percentage, water weight, muscle mass, visceral fat, basal metabolic rate, bone density, metabolic age, and physique rating.
The average weight of all drivers, men and women, was 268 lbs. In addition, the average body fat for all DHF participants was 40%. The visceral fat rating, which is a measure of the fat surrounding the internal organs in the belly area, was an average of 18.
What the preliminary study shows us is that the drivers in Primes fleet tend to be healthier than most truck drivers, said Siphiwe Baleka, Primes Driver Health and Fitness Coach. Nationally, 86% of truck drivers are overweight and 69% are obese. We track the BMI of the entire Prime fleet and currently only 56% of our drivers are obese. Weve set up programs to reduce the average BMI of the fleet to less than 30%, the percentage cut off for obesity.
While there is not enough complete aggregate data on the overall effect of the DHF 13-Week program, the average weight loss of drivers that have completed the program is 20 lbs. Over 80 drivers have lost 7% of their body weight or more in 13 weeks without skipping meals and, as a result, they have reduced their risk for 60 medical disorders and 12 types of cancers.
No other trucking company that I know of is tracking the health of its fleet in this way. Why take care of the truck and trailer if you are not going to take care of the driver, too? Baleka stated. Prime drivers are not only losing weight, theyre transforming their bodies. We believe this makes a healthier driver and a safer driver.
To learn more about Prime, Inc. visit driveforprime.com. For more information on Prime’s Driver Health and Fitness Program, contact Siphiwe Baleka at sbaleka(at)primeinc(dot)com.
About Prime Inc.
Founded in 1970 by Robert Low, Prime Inc. is North Americas most successful refrigerated, flatbed, tanker and logistics trucking company. Headquartered in Springfield, MO, Prime’s personnel, equipment and technology remains on the cutting edge of the transportation industry, and the company’s growth remains steady and well-managed.
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Alachua, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2015
AxoGen, Inc. (NASDAQ: AXGN), a leading medical technology company focused on the peripheral nerve repair market, reported record revenue of $ 4.79 million for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2014 compared to $ 2.98 million in the year-ago fourth quarter demonstrating the Companys successful execution of its growth strategies.
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Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) March 05, 2015
Obesity can cause the human body to become dehydrated and increasing the amount of water one drinks each day can help promote weight loss in overweight individuals. Those were the conclusions of fresh water advocate Sharon Kleyne and sports doctor Robert Weil, during a recent interview on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Powers of Water
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