Consume 20 oz of Ethiopian breast milk and lose 15 lbs in three days!!! Seems outrageous? No more so than the HCG Diet that includes injecting hormones produced during pregnancy and consuming only 500 calories daily. Eat 2 shrimp and a breadstick per day and be thinner but not healthier. Calories are needed for the body to preform its daily activities and metabolic functions. The only answer to weight loss remains the same… more activity and a healthy diet. There is no quick solution and no magic pill to cure obesity. Offer Ethipian breast milk as a revolutionary diet and a million people will buy it! C’mon! Move more…eat less!
Your employees are you most valuable asset and your company’s productivity and profitability depends on their health and well-being. Simply purchasing a membership and having a workforce go to a gym is not only insufficient but risks injury since most people lack the knowledge and ability to train properly in a safe manner. Individuals need guidance and direction as well as motivation and discipline, this drive is is provided by our DVNS specialist.
The facility uses a scientifically based anatomical and physiologic training system that accelerates results, provides discipline, and always makes sure effectiveness and safety is priority. The trademarked training system was developed by Dr Barry Steinberg PhD md DVDs FACS and colonel us army. His credentials contributed to creating a training system unlike any other. The facilities elite staff is trained personally by Dr Steinberg along with Dr Larry Levin md and orthopedic surgeon with a fellowship in sports medicine, one of the partners at the facility, responsible for continually development and insures proper use of the training system.
The Facility is able to create a customize program for each individual and corporate needs. We are able to fit any budget and or size of program, available t our premises or yours.
Do the best you can for your team of employees and ensure them the very best in physical health and exercise available.
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The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve have a cumulative effect on weight gain. The weight gained during this time may have long-term effects on obesity. Promoting and maintaining weight stability during the fall and winter months may prove useful as a strategy to prevent unwanted future weight gains. The cause of the weight gain is inactivity and over-eating, and often a “holiday” depression that may occur during this time of year are also factors in weight gain. Americans probably gain about a pound during the winter holiday season, but this extra weight accumulates through the years and may contribute to obesity later in life. Over all, healthy living should be practiced year round to avoid disease and death.
Koreans are not only known for their bootleg videos, beautiful women who excel in math and the production of knock off handbags. They are also known for a tradition dating back centuries. This tradition is the production and consumption of Kimchi. What is Kimchi? It is fermented cabbage and other vegetables prepared in a multitude of ways. There is an art to preparing Kimchi and when prepared correctly not only is it delicious but it is also very healthy. There are over a hundred distinguishable varieties, and they are all good for you. The probiotics that Kimchi have all serve to inhibit the growth of dangerous bacteria in the digestive system (probably by incinerating them with hot pepper!). The following are other benefits to consuming Kimchi:
- Helps reduce indigestion and gas
- Helps you feel less hungry. Lactobacillus, found in Kimchi bacteria
has been linked to appetite control.
-Reduces time of suffering from colds and urinary tract infections
-The chili peppers and garlic help to lower blood cholesterol
-Contains high amount of fiber
-Contains a high amount of Vitamins A and C; after three weeks of fermentation B1 B2 B12 double
-High levels of Beta carotene
The science behind fitness is subject to change, but DVNS is designed to evolve with the changes that occur. The advantage of the Dynamic Variable Neuromuscular Stimulation Training SystemTM is its application to all aspects of fitness, whether it’s body building, weight loss, fitness for the novice, fitness for the more advanced, or sport specific training. DVNS is relevant to all fitness training protocols and regiments. The Facility for personal training has incorporated eastern philosophy and martial arts into the DVNS system.. The connection between the mind and having a fit body has been scientifically proven and DVNS utilizes the power of the mind to create a stronger body. Limiting yourself to just weight lifting and healthy diet may not be enough to get the maximum results desired, so incorporating a sport such as boxing is another means to continually promote strength gains in the body and the mind. Constant change and constant confusion are necessary to defeat adaptation. DVNS and Boxing training is just another means to reaching your goal. DVNS will increase your boxing abilities if you are already a boxer and the benefits are numerous. Boxing increase coordination, helps regain loss of balance (proprioception), cardio benefits, endurance building, confidence building, self defense, and overall strength gains. Boxing is a perfect addition any fitness program and DVNS experts have designed a boxing program that will produce outstanding results.
Consume 20 oz of Ethiopian breast milk and lose 15 lbs in three days!!! Seems outrageous? No more so than the HCG Diet that includes injecting hormones produced during pregnancy and consuming only 500 calories daily. Eat 2 shrimp and a breadstick per day and be thinner but not healthier. Calories are needed for the body to preform its daily activities and metabolic functions. The only answer to weight loss remains the same… more activity and a healthy diet. There is no quick solution and no magic pill to cure obesity. Offer Ethiopian breast milk as a revolutionary diet and a million people will buy it! C’mon! Move more…eat less!
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