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07.08
News Category: Nutrition
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Sugar is the Enemy

butter your steak AND EAT IT TOO I didn’t misspeak. Adding fat to your meal is not only acceptable but also healthy, provided carbohydrate load is low and inclusive only of the low glycemic index variety. The burger patty is fine but not the fries. Why? I’ll explain. Firstly, think not of calories and only about macronutrients. If you are consuming adequate fat during the day (as part of a macro…

07.07
News Category: Nutrition
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You Are What You Eat: Macronutrients 101

This age-old adage should truly be changed to, “You are what you burn,” because those of us who preferentially burn fat as opposed to sugar, metabolically speaking, are not only going to be leaner but healthier, longer. So how does one accomplish this? It’s easier than you think and works one hundred percent of the time. Why? The science never fails. Your body rigorously adheres to certain physiol…

07.05
News Category: Supplements
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Genes for Jeans

I recently received this comment from a reader of Get Serious: “I recommended your book to a friend and a potential client of mine and his upping the omega-3 intake to your recommended levels has had significant effects in reducing his body fat levels. He is ecstatic and called on me to thank him for the recommendation. Does upping the omega-3 intake have such a profound effect on reducing body f…