Is Counting Calories To Lose Weight Useless?

Can calorie tracking help you lose weight? In this article, you will learn why calorie counting is useless and how you will never need a weight-loss diet again. A calorie tracker references a simple relation between food intake, calorie consumption and current weight. Based on the physical laws of thermodynamics, it suggests that weight loss and weight gain are easily controllable. This is a misconception as calorie tracking is basically useless to control the body weight. What is a calorie tracker? Calorie requirement – calorie intake = change of body weight. Or: Who wants to lose weight has to burn more calories than he takes in.  For example: Who needs 3000… Read More

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How NeuroWisdom101 by Mark Waldman helps you

Neuroscience a tool for Stress relief? The biggest impediment to productivity is stress. Ironically, striving for more productivity actually causes more stress, and more stress hinders your productivity, leaving you in a vicious cycle. Stress can be really destructive, and is the cause of various physical and mental problems. Most people prescribe medicines for stress, and yet others describe therapies. However, these two are on two opposite ends, and one is too effective (side-effects), and the other isn’t effective at all. You need something in the middle, which can eliminate stress while not causing additional side-effects. Another option would be to spend a 6-week vacation on a beautiful island and… Read More

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Why our Food is too Cheap

How cheap food harms us The United States are the country that developed most of the fast food companies and is ahead of everyone else when it comes to processing food. You find a Burger King next to most McDonalds, directly opposite of the Taco Bell that is the neighbor to a Dunkin Donut. Our dollar stores are filled with “tv-dinners”, bags of chips and other food that seem to provide an amazing return on your buck. We started the worldwide “convenience food” trend. We can afford to throw 30 – 50 % of all food we purchase out. As we have a low tolerance against unshapely or somehow imperfect… Read More

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5 Tips to Detox from Sugar

Why detox from Sugar? “She has a sweet tooth” is one of the expressions some people belittle sugar addiction. Cravings for sweets and sugary food is still seen as harmless by our society. Some people diagnosed with Diabetes Type II enjoy their sweet treats and use injections to alter the effect of sugar. Once people thought the damaging impact of sugar through they are looking for a consequent and efficient way to ban sugar from their menu. The drug Sugar Sugar has the same physiological and psychological effects as drugs. Like heroin, large amounts of sugar increase the dopamine production. I talked about Neuroscience and Weight in a recent article… Read More

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What is a Success Coach?

How you benefit from a Success Coach A Success Coach helps you to successfully implement new beliefs and habits that will result in goal achievement. Success blockers are being analyzed and eliminated. You could also say your brain activity and mindset are being optimized. Opposite to traditional Coaching forms, a Success Coach uses a holistic approach that takes into account body, mind, and your emotions. No matter if you call it Soul, Intuition, Higher Self, Spirit or Emotions (and please keep your world view) – for real personal success it is necessary to take your whole being into account and not just body and mind. For whom is Success Coaching Sadly, a… Read More

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LAO LIVE this Saturday, Last minute notice

Quick Info about an one-time Event on Saturday:  LAO Live Event – Transformation Summit: I recommend that you to clear your schedule on July 18th because something BIG and REALLY exciting is about to be streamed right into your living room! It’s called => [The LOA LIVE- The Ultimate Transformation Summit] <= and it’s being put together by Natalie Ledwell over at Mind Movies. LOA LIVE What she’s done is truly remarkable! She’s bringing together some of the brightest minds in the personal development and Law of Attraction world for a 1-time LIVE interactive event like you’ve never seen before… And who are these brilliant minds? Well none other than… Read More

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The Neuroscience of Weight Loss

When the Soul makes you Fat Neuroscientists discovered that obesity starts in your brain. Stress and anxiety are two of the major causes. Another important factor is your feeling of self-worth. In this post, we will look at a few facts, go to the root of the problem and find solutions. As you all know I am originally from Germany. I am still learning medical terminology – but I am positive that even though the post might not be perfect grammar-wise you will still be able to understand the meaning. 1.4 Billion grown ups are overweight worldwide 2.8 Million people die from conditions related to being overweight. The list of possible… Read More

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Nestle Health Offensive – Real or Propaganda Farce

Will Nestle offer healthier food? What is the Nestlé Health Offensive? I visited Nestlé outside of Lausanne, Switzerland back when I lived in Germany and sold Business Intelligence Projects. It is a very impressive laboratory. Probably the most famous products are “Crunch” and “Kit Kat”. Nestlé also owns dozens of frozen foods brands. The largest food company (by revenue) aims to make their food more healthy. The challenge is to implement changes in a way that does not scare buyers off. Nestlé plans to decrease the amount of sugar and sodium in food by 10 percent until the year 2016. They also plan to reduce the amount of fat. In… Read More

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Cognitive Neuroscience and Fear

How to use Fear to your advantage Cognitive Neuroscience says behavior is connected to fear And neuroscientists provide explanations that lead to solutions. Read on if you want to learn how thousands of people successfully overcame their fear and achieved more success in their personal and business lives. Everyone feels fear from time to time. The people who are never afraid have mental disorders in the majority of cases. Psychopaths are an example for a group of people who often do not feel fear. Interpersonal relationships become difficult for them at a young age and later they often become criminal. The other kind, sociopaths, often hold high managerial positions. Beside the… Read More

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Chopra Center Meditation and The Quest

Review Of The Quest And An Introduction To The Chopra Center No matter at which stage of your life you are, we all face difficult life challenges. What makes the difference is how you handle those challenges. How we respond to stress affects our quality of life and longevity. Many of us are taught to deal with our problems rational and intellectually. We are resolved to figure it out. Most of us will scrutinize, analyze, and agonize, and worry about things and circumstances that are beyond our control. I would like to introduce you to the Chopra Center and review a wonderful program that is called The Quest. While most… Read More

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