Before You Try Intermittent Fasting, Read This!

Melissa Cdiet, Weight LossLeave a Comment

What Is Intermittent Fasting? Simply put, intermittent fasting (IF) is a pattern of eating in which you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. There are three main approaches to intermittent fasting: The 5:2 Diet: You consume 500 to 600 calories daily on two non-consecutive days of the week, and eat normally on the other five days Eat-Stop-Eat: Involves fasting for 24 hours on one … Read More

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The Killer in Your Kitchen

Corrie Mieszczakdiet, Dr. Carragher, Hormone OptimizationLeave a Comment

Killer in Kitchen

Have you seen the latest research on how sugar negatively affects your health? It’s disheartening. We’ve known for decades that eating too much sugar can cause weight gain, of course. And now, thanks to extensive research, we know that eating too much of the sweet stuff is associated with a host of health problems. Eating sugary foods and drinks can lead to: Blood sugar problems … Read More

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Nutrition: It’s Simpler Than You Think

Mike Carragherbelly fat, diet, inflammation, low energy, René von Gunten, Skin Care, The Body Well, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

One of the biggest barriers to good nutrition is…all the information about what constitutes good nutrition! Patients come into my office all the time expressing how confused they are by the sheer volume of information about nutrition out there, much of it contradictory: “Eat fat!” vs. “Don’t eat fat!” “Eat carbs!” vs. “Carbs are bad for you!” “Be vegan!” vs. “Veganism will mess up your … Read More

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4 Pathways To Fat Loss (Including 2 You Might Have Overlooked!)

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, belly fat, cortisol, DHEA, diet, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone, The Body Well, Thyroid, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

One of the top reasons people schedule evaluations with me is because they’re having a hard time losing body fat. It’s a classic problem of aging: For men and women fat typically gathers around the midsection. Not only is it unsightly, but it increases risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and cancer. And the extra fat isn’t there for lack of trying to burn it … Read More

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‘Tis the Season Too Be Stuffed: How To Deal with Overeating on the Holidays

Mike Carragherbelly fat, diet, Image, René von Gunten, The Body WellLeave a Comment

‘Tis the Season To Be Stuffed: How To Deal with Overeating on the Holidays People overeat on holidays for many reasons: out of a sense of comfort, tradition, habit, and, of course, because holiday food tastes so good! Unfortunately, while our bodies can distinguish between fats, carbs, and proteins, they don’t have an in-built control mechanism to tell us to stop eating, other than the … Read More

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