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Fitness/Nutrition Tip #3: From the Earth is Best

As the old saying goes, you are what you eat.  You may not think that it’s true, but it is.  Where else is your body going to get the building blocks of a healthy or diseased body?  That’s right, from the foods you eat.  So if you eat crap, you will look and feel like […]

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Weight Loss Strategy: Drink up

Recent research reported that just two 8-ounce glasses of water, taken before meals, enable people to shed more weight. This is no surprise; I’ve been counseling my clients for years that increased water consumption is an effective weight loss strategy. To learn how to cut your workout time in half and get twice the results, […]

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Eat Dinner Early

According to new research published in the journal Cell Metabolism, mice that eat dinner early then fast for 16 hours are slimmer than those who ate the same amount of calories but also kept eating later. The same principle may also apply to humans. What’s for dinner? Check out the 10-minute recipes in my new […]

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Eat more top of the plant dark green leafy vegetables

Kale, turnip greens, beet greens and other cruciferous vegetables are rich in carotenoids that may reduce your risk of prostate and lung cancers. These and other vegetables from the cabbage family also contain substances called glucosinolates, which have anti-cancer properties. Enjoy. You can still get a FREE copy of my new book, Dr. Del’s Rapid […]

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Eat Your Colors

The various pigments and colors of fruits and vegetables represent different classes of nutrients that have been shown to provide significant health benefits. For example, the anthoxanthin pigment responsible for the yellow hue in vegetables may help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol and decrease your risk of heart disease. BY THE WAY: You can […]

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Four Amazing Foods to Eat this Holiday Season

Well, the holiday season is upon us and since I showed you in my last post and free ebook how to Eat Whatever You Want Over the Holidays and Not Gain a Pound, I figure it’s the responsible thing to also share with you my top picks for the four amazing food groups that will […]

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Winter Nutrition: Warm Advice for Chilly Days, Part 2/2

Winter’s bounty: Top 10 Fruits and Vegetables Here’s a look at the top ten fruits and vegetables that are currently in season and the many important nutrients they provide. Avocado Avocados are a great source of mono-unsaturated fats that are essential in the prevention of high blood pressure, clogged arteries and poor blood circulation. In […]

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Build Your Leanest Body Ever, This Year! Part I

Over the years, I’ve challenged my readers to look good naked, be the best you’ve ever been, train smarter to reach your body’s potential, among other things. This year, my challenge to you is to build your leanest body ever. This won’t be easy, but it is entirely within your reach. To be successful, however, […]

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