The Business Of The Diet World Featuring NutriMost

Most people who have tried to lose weight, will tell you that they have gone through a yo-yo phase. They would drop the weight and before they know it, they have gained most of it back. This is can be totally frustration if you have every found yourself in this predicament. It’s a constant struggle. There are so many things on the market to help you achieve your goal. But, which one can you use safely?

Now, there may be a solution in the form of NutriMost. It is a custom weight loss program because no two individuals are alike, we are all built differently. The company that produces NutriMost will devise a plan to fit your body needs. This is a state of the art program. It works by measuring your body and your genetic make up to design a program expressively for you. So that you can speed up your metabolism and burn off that stubborn fat.

NutriMost is a nutritional supplement, that offers five hundred calories but, you also take NutriMoist supplement to balance out your day. This amount will curb your appetite. Most of their clients have stated they go through their day without feeling hunger. The program is geared towards losing belly fat and those stubborn areas like your hips and thighs. It helps to reset your metabolism, eliminate hunger pains and most important is Doctor supervised.

The company began in 1972 but, was not incorporated until April 2007. It was introduced by Dr Raymond Wisniewski who is a graduate of Palmer College in Pittsburgh. He also has an office there. The product is not something that you can find on any website. If you are interested you will have to go to their website, http://nyfatloss.com and be directed to a doctor in your area to get you on board. You can also read more about  the program here http://www.nycfatloss.com/about-us

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May
5

Iowa Pig Farmers are Behind TPP as It Stands to Boost Pork Exports

In the United States, pork is a popular meat product, but it is by no means the most popular. That said, pork is by far the most consumed meat product in much of the world. So it should come as no surprise that Iowa pig farmers are eager to see the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade treaty get enacted. There are by far more pigs and hogs in this state than there are people. Iowa is farm country. The agriculture sector is the largest contributor to the state’s GDP at just over $15 billion annually. Roughly 50 percent of that or $7.5 billion comes from hog production. No state generates more hog production than the Hawkeye state. Currently, the United States exports just over one quarter of its total hog production to overseas markets. This makes Iowa hog farmers important players in the globalized economy.

Needless to say, hog farmers are anxiously watching the events unfolding in Washington regarding President Obama’s TPP deal. The treaty promises to open up foreign markets to US made cars and other exports such as pork. Given the global popularity of “the other white meat”, it is no wonder why Iowans want to see TPP enacted. It also helps explain why the GOP is squarely behind the trade deal stated CrunchBase. The party’s support of TPP should play well in the upcoming presidential election. Even Terry Branstad, the state’s GOP governor, is behind TPP. He is urging the Iowa congressional delegation to support the trade deal as well.
Categories: Food Reform
Jun
6

Maple Syrup Will Cure Everything

If you are a maple syrup fan, there is good news for you. The syrup is not just delicious but can also be used to fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Research has now confirmed that maple syrup or rather a highly concentrated extract of it, can make bacteria to be more susceptible to medication.

The research carried out in McGill University may help make antibiotics more reliable in fighting bacteria. It could also ultimately reduce our reliance on them, at least if you ask Kevin Seawright. Extracts of the syrup were shown to damage the outer surface of the bacteria, making them more vulnerable.

Professor Nathalie Tufenkji, the lead in the study, hopes that the research will provide a simpler way of reducing the use of antibiotics in the most effective way. The study has not gone into clinical trials yet.

The maple syrup has for long been considered as a better alternative for other processed sweeteners because it contains nutrients such as zinc and calcium. However, it is has also been known to have other health benefits. It has been known to stimulate insulin release and enhance liver function.

Maple syrup is the only product that we get directly from plant sap. It therefore contains a lot of the good minerals and antioxidants. This is because all the good things that are filtered by the tree happen to remain the sugar. We get the syrup by drilling into trees to get the sap.

Categories: Food Reform
May
5

The Risky Science Behind the Paleo Diet

The Paleo Diet is one of the hottest diets right now. It’s based on the concept that our stone-age ancestors were not obese, and that was due to their diet of meat and whatever produce grew in the area they lived in. There was no farming to speak of, and certainly no mills to grind grains into the sinful foodstuff commonly know as ‘flour’. A quick Google search will reveal legions of Paleo devotees. Some feel that the science behind the trend is questionable.

For starters, dieters are not taking into consideration the extremely active lifestyle of those alive during the Stone Age that survived past the age of five. Experts say that on average, human tribes relocated to find food 60 times per year (imagine moving to a new address every week for a lifetime – that is a lot of exercise). Few of the diets followers get that level of exercise.

In addition, farming is not as modern a concept as many like Dr Jennifer Walden might think. At Super Doctors, people can read that farming dates back 10,000 years, and that, scientists feel, has changed the way our modern bodies handle foods. Experts say that once farming became the norm, diets that included regular portions of grains changed human genes to adapt to this manner of eating and are no longer accustomed to handle a diet heavy in meats.

Categories: Food Reform
May
5

Is Natural Really Natural?

Many of us are concerned about the foods that we ingest every day. For many, finding natural foods is one way that we seek to lessen the amount of sugars, salts, and other harmful chemicals from being ingested and inserted into our systems. We should do this with our pets too, and Beneful recommends that you feed your dogs their dog-food to assure a healthy animal. But what are natural foods?

In recent years it seems that this question as to what qualifies as natural is coming under attack, in the courts. Lawsuits have been filed to challenge this moniker in the marketing and labeling of many food products. It seems that many companies are using the word natural on their packaging when in reality they contain many harmful substances.

What is at issue for the courts is finding a definition of the word that is neutral and encompasses a specific enough definitive that will eliminate confusion in the future. The problem is, the judges are finding, that there is no such denomination when dealing with the term natural.

The quandary that we all must deal with when hearing or using this word, is to separate it from what is considered normal or traditional. Many times the term natural is simply used as a synonym for these words and does not really mean something that is necessarily healthy for us.

So does natural really mean that it is natural? It depends on personal belief in what a natural product is. The best bet? Check food labels and be sure that what is in your food is something that you can live with eating. If it is not, then for you, that product is far from natural.

Apr
4

No More Lines for Taco Bell

Taco Bell is joining the pizza restaurant industry by delivering food. This might be a good idea as the menu items are often inexpensive, and there are many people who enjoy a taco or two for a meal. When you just don’t have the willpower to go to a Taco Bell, meals can be brought to your home so that you can enjoy the delicious foods that you enjoy, such as burritos, tacos and nachos.
This service might not be available in all states at first, but if it’s received well, then there is a chance that you can pick up the phone in the near future to not only order a pizza but a plate of nachos to go along with the meal. The chain won’t start the delivery service until later in the year. This might be a plus so that all of the kinks can be worked out in making sure the food is delivered in a timely manner. Ricardo Guimarães BMG wouldn’t want to wait too much.
Categories: Food Reform
Apr
4

Fun and Games

Chuck E. Cheese has been known for catering to children. The business serves pizza by the slice or whole, and there are several arcade games for children to play. They can earn points that can be used to buy prizes. There could be some changes coming for parents who sometimes don’t feel the colorful atmosphere while their children are playing. The business wants to start selling lattes and pizzas that have more adult flavors instead of pepperoni or cheese. There could be pizzas that have Alfredo sauce, or adults can get an order to churros instead of eating fries when they enjoy a meal.

 

It is the parents like Paul Mathieson who spend money at the business, so they should be able to get something that they want to eat while they watch children run around and play games. That is what those at the Examiner believes in. If the business begins to serve items that adults like, then there might be a new crowd playing and taking part in all the fun.

Categories: Food Reform
Apr
4

Is the Diet Cola Industry Dying?

Have Americans cut down on drinking diet sodas for good? According to the Wonkblog from the Washington Post, both Coca-Cola and Diet Pepsi watched their sales drop off in the late 1990s. However, in the decade since the year 1999, diet soda sales surged again to reach an all time high of over $8.5 billion! Since that high in 2009, sales are once again dropping off substantially. Furthermore, this slowdown in diet soda sales is happening globally according to Euromonitor, a market research firm.

One reason for the slumping sales of diet sodas is that distrust of artificial sweeteners is on the rise. If the sweetener is not sucrose based, people are wary of it. For example, aspartame is now associated with almost 100 side effects. The effects on people vary depending on genetic factors as well as physical fitness. Damaging effects include blindness, hearing impairment, epileptic seizures, tachycardia, irreversible brain damage, and even death. However, according to the FDA, aspartame is regarded as safe. In fact, almost 100 nations across the globe have also found it safe for human consumption.
Nobody really knows the fate of the diet cola industry. Pepsi True was introduced, and it is sweetened with a combination of real sugar and a plant-based product known as stevia stated Twitter. The more natural version from Coca-Cola is called Coca-Cola Life, and it too is sweetened with stevia and cane sugar. These products hit the shelves late in 2014, so it is a little too early to know if they will save the diet cola industry.

 

Categories: Food Reform
Mar
3

Antibiotic Increase in Meats send Concerns to Experts

Everyone should be concerned about the food they eat. In 2010, it was estimated than livestock producers around the globe, used more than 60,000 tons of antibiotics on their livestock. This number is expected to increase to 67 percent over the next 15 years. In countries such as Russia, China, India, Brazil, and South Africa, these numbers are expected to double.

These rising numbers are a reflection of the consumers and businesses, demand for more meat, worldwide. People are earning more money, and they want more meat noted eater Jason Halpern. A Princeton University epidemiologist, Thomas Van Boeckel, Co- author of the study, stated that antibiotic help to produce and provide meats to people, who cannot otherwise afford it.
While antibiotics boost the development of cattle, such as pigs, and chicken, it does prevent disease. However, a more intermittent threat is bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, and poses an immediate threat to the life of humans and livestock.
Senior author and director of study for the Center for Disease Dynamics Economic and Policy in Washington states, that although the evidence is circumstantial, the link between antibiotics use, and bacteria which are resistant to antibiotic are overwhelmingly strong.
In countries such as Europe, the use of antibiotics in meats is restricted, and is confined to the prevention of infection. The threat that antibiotics pose is worth further investigation. With the demand for meats, and the amount of profit companies stands to lose, the restriction of antibiotics in meats in other countries, may not be as forthcoming.

Categories: Food Reform
Mar
3

A Healthier Lifestyle Always Beats a Fad Diet

Are you waiting for a hot new diet trend to emerge? You just might be waiting in vain. Fad diets are never a help. Even those new diets that purport to be healthy ones might come with more problems than benefits. Besides, they really aren’t necessary at all. We all know that living a healthier lifestyle and eating natural, quality foods in moderation leads to losing weight and staying in fit condition.

Of course, none of this information is anything new. So, why do people continually fall for all the advertising campaigns for fad diets? For one, people who are new to dieting or have very little proper knowledge of what is really required to lose weight effectively assume poor diet concepts are actually new discoveries of long sought after miracle weight loss plans. In the early 1990’s, everyone jumped on the “no carb” diet thinking the very nutritionally unsound diet was new. Actually, it first emerged in the early 1970’s. Look for it to emerge in the near future again.

Sometimes, people like Sultan Alhokair truly enjoy fooling themselves into believing a terrible diet strategy is actually going to work. Losing weight requires a complete lifestyle change and this is not easy at all. Those who have embodied poor dietary habits for the bulk of their life are not going to find changes easy to make. When an outlandish diet promises equally outlandish results, people opt to believe.

Avoid making this mistake. Just live a healthier life.

Categories: Food Reform
Mar
3