This is a delicious summer time recipe that I like to use for a quick on the go meal. It is packed with protein, fresh fruits not to mention anti-oxidants, making a GREAT meal replacement for busy lifestyles! ½ c. greek yogurt 2 scoops of your favorite flavor protein *my favorite is 1 scoop vanilla … Read more
Recipe Summary: This recipe has now been a family favorite for many years. I share it with everyone and anyone who is open to the possibility of eating oatmeal pancakes… in my opinion, everyone should eat them! Ingredients: 1 whole egg ½ c. NO SALT ADDED cottage cheese ½ c. dry oatmeal (Quaker-style old fashioned … Read more
Is the Glycemic Index all that it is cracked up to be? The answer may surprise you! Join Dr. Ray Hinish as he discusses why he does not recommend the glycemic index to his clients.
The commercials claim that Alli is the weight loss cure of the century. Well, maybe not in so many words, but they do suggest that it is an extremely safe and effective tool for losing weight. Is it true? Does Alli cause significant weight loss? Is Alli safe? Does it have any side effects? The truth may surprise you!
Is it possible to decrease appetite at lunch by eating protein at breakfast? If so, how can we make use of this information? Which protein is best for controlling appetite? Let’s explore the topic of supplementing breakfast with a highly absorbed protein to decrease appetite…
If you are reading this article, I hope you’ve come across some of the information that Dr. Ray and I have provided you with stating just how important resistance training is and that increasing your muscle mass (sometimes referred to as lean tissue) is the quickest way to bump up the speed of your metabolism. As you gain muscle, your metabolism speeds up. In turn, you’re able to eat more food!
There are a few old school myths I’d like to address and set the bar straight TODAY that have to do with muscle growth and fat loss.
According to a study done by the University of Michigan, many of us given the chance to choose our own weights to use during a workout are choosing way too low to even begin to stimulate muscle growth! This research was done on both men and women, both failing to even come close to choosing a weight that would promote BUILDING muscle. In my opinion, if you are going to hit the gym and make the effort to get there and actually workout, you ought to make it worth your while. Challenge yourself and estimate a little heavier… TODAY! I was actually disappointed when I read the write up on this study… I didn’t think so many of us out there under estimate ourselves. We are strong, we are healthy! Positive reinforcement must start within you!