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Boost Your Walking Session Intensity for Fat-burning

Posted November 19, 2020

If you can’t walk 60 min like described in the previous post use these tips to up the intensity Add hills (steps if no hills nearby) or intervals to your walks to increase the intensity and calorie burn. After a Read the full article…

Timing Your Walking Workout for Fat Loss

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Walking versus running helps to burn fat, does not cause stress on the thyroid and does not spike cortisol like routinely completing a 30 to 45 minute run/jog would. Think of this –  it’s best to stick to long, low Read the full article…

Top 5 Tips For Your 2019 Spring Cleaning & Metabolic Reset

Posted April 1, 2019

Why not spring clean your body right along with spring cleaning your home, decluttering your space and shaping up your finances? Well, it makes good sense and I suggest that you think of it as a required “metabolic wake-up” after Read the full article…

Eat Less and Exercise more for Weight Loss? Never Again!

Posted June 13, 2018

By: Dr. Natasha Turner ND According to the latest research, about 96 percent of people tend to gain weight back—plus more— with the typical approach of cutting calories/exercising more. Clearly, this does not work and only leads to future weight gain, Read the full article…

Is Inflammation Making and Keeping You Fat?

Posted May 23, 2018

By Dr. Natasha Turner ND Believe it or not inflammation isn’t just linked to swollen joints – it plays a role in everything from digestive disorders and allergies to autoimmune diseases and abdominal fat. Even more so, the very presence Read the full article…

The Four Ways Stress Impacts Your Gut Health

Posted April 17, 2018

Our stress response works extremely well when there is an immediate physical stressor, such as a dangerous predator, because we can react and then quickly return to a normal balanced state once we have handled the situation. However, our stress Read the full article…