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Fat Burning Exercises by Dr. Randy

By at November 27, 2012 | 11:29 pm | 0 Comment

Fat Burning Exercises by Dr. Randy

Well the Holidays are here and it is that time of year again to start thinking about family, friends, food and fitness.  Every year about this time there seems to be more TV commercials and web pop-ups about the next fat burning craze and foods that taste good but do not add on the extra pounds.  These fads come and go.  There are two things that are scientifically more...

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Is Your Stomach Bacteria Making You FAT?

By at May 29, 2012 | 11:37 am | 0 Comment

Is Your Stomach Bacteria Making You FAT?

If you added up all the bacteria that live on the skin, in the GI tract, and in other orifices, they would outnumber your human cells ten to one. Amazing! This may be unsettling at first until you realize that they are there to protect us from harmful organisms, such as yeast and C. diff. Our bacterial army works tirelessly around the clock to keep us healthy. But do more...

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Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? (video)

By at March 6, 2011 | 6:44 pm | 1 Comments

Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? (video)

Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? By Nurse Kimberly While I was choosing my ABCD Healthy™ lunch items at Wal-mart the other day I also picked up everything I would need for my ABCD Healthy™ dinners. As promised each week I will try to share a ABCD Healthy™ lunch and dinner idea for you and your family to try. var playerhost = (("https:" == more...

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What is Starch?

By at February 28, 2011 | 2:08 pm | 2 Comments

What is Starch?

What is Starch? by Professor Jay Starch is a carbohydrate. The 3 major dietary carbohydrates are sugar, fiber, and starch. Some of the most common sugars, also known as simple sugars, include glucose, fructose, sucrose, and lactose. Fiber is made from the sugar, glucose. We do not have enzymes that can break down fiber so we cannot directly access the glucose. But, more...

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