The Science of Fat Shaming

August 5, 2013 // 0 Comments

*Updated October 11, 2014 This blog post is Rated R for adult language due to the serious nature of this issue. I recently saw a post on Facebook that had an image of overweight/obese children and I found the comments disturbing. So I asked for opinions [...]

Sugar Binges and Addiction

July 18, 2013 // 0 Comments

Some final thoughts & links on ’sugar addiction’ binge eating disorder (BED), bloggers and misconceptions. Sugar Addiction and Binge Eating Disorder – https://gokaleo.com/2013/07/01/sugar-addiction/ [...]

Seduced by the Illusion

July 18, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Truth about Transformation Photos By Andrew Dixon CPT CMT There is no doubt that we live in a world of manipulation, false promises and exaggerated claims. This is especially true in the fitness industry. I’ve been a personal trainer for over 11 [...]

My Body The Battleground

July 3, 2013 // 0 Comments

by Christine Green I stand in front of the mirror and see a strong woman. I am a mother, friend, sister, auntie, lover, daughter, and goddess.  I see a soft, perfect belly and a round, firm bottom.  I see biceps that lift children and groceries and my [...]

The Science of Sugar Addiction (part 3)

June 27, 2013 // 0 Comments

Update October 11, 2014* You can’t go a week without hearing this ’sugar is as addictive as a street drug’ meme. I heard ’sugar is the new heroin’ a few days ago, right after listening to a podcast where a guy said drinking one soda is actually [...]

Why We Believe Sugar Is Evil

April 28, 2013 // 0 Comments

Why do so many people believe sugar (and salt, saturated fat/cholesterol) is bad, when it’s not? There’s a few reasons. For this article, the main focus is how our minds do not work the way we think they do. Your mind is playing tricks on you too. [...]

Is Sugar Addiction Real?

April 22, 2013 // 0 Comments

Sugar Addiction (Part 1) There are several parts to this series on Sugar Addiction. It’s a bit complex, so first things first. Let’s start with exaggerated claims and alarmist communication and why they suck, shall we? The white devil. It’s evil, [...]

Misconceptions in Exercise and Stress

February 24, 2013 // 0 Comments

  Exercise can be a powerful tool for stress reduction, improving health and strength. Done right, it builds metabolic strength and flexibility. It can help with fat loss and it’s preventative of premature aging and disabling later years. However, [...]
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