Tag Archive | healthy eating

Success Story: Yalana Getting Her Hot Body

Yalana never did an organized diet and exercise program before she started working with Sharon. Her only form of exercise was walking, and she does a lot of that. She does not own a car so she takes the bus everywhere she goes, and by default she walks more than the average person. In spite of her […]

Success Story: 30 lb Fat Loss in Six Months

Andrew looked us up in February of 2016 for guidance in losing fat and improving his overall health. Six months later he has lost 30 lbs of fat and looks incredible. I took photos of Andrew the first day, but I had Andrew keep his shirt on so we really cannot see the remarkable changes. I did, however, […]

A Soda a Day Will Take 4 Years off Your Life…Really?

For all of us who enjoy imbibing on our favorite soda, I am afraid there is more bad news. Not only does soda consumption contribute to diabetes and obesity, apparently it will shorten our life span. According to the researchers from the University of San Francisco, drinking soda regularly was associated with the accelerated shrinking of telomeres. […]

“The Biggest Loser”: A Re-examination of the “Set Point” Thoery

It finally happened. A researcher was curious enough to see what happened metabolically to the people who went through the rigorous diet and exercise routines that must be followed on the show “The Biggest Loser” several years later. The results were sobering but unsurprising. The researcher, Kevin D Hall and his colleagues, published their study […]

I Finished My Book

Hi all. My sincerest apologies for not posting for quite some time. I was working diligently on my book Proven Strategies for Cellulite Loss , and it was very time consuming toward the end of the project. I had to learn how to use all of the features of the open office program I was using for […]

The Alternative Hypothesis: Counting Calories Is Not The Answer

In our collective ongoing…and so far losing…battle against obesity, there are many theories brought forth as to what is the main cause and the corresponding solutions to the fight. In my last post, I explored the “set point” theory of fat loss. If the set point theory holds true, then obese people are basically out of luck. They will always […]

Cellulite Study: Progress Report Circa March 17, 2015

We are getting close to the end of the cellulite study that we started in early January. To recap: I took three women, Alex, Rebecca, and Brandy through a three-month exercise and diet routine to see if we can reduce the look of cellulite they have around their hips and thighs. The focus of the study was […]