Release Sugar and Reclaim Vitality

Professional Coach, Rita Johansen shares insights on sugar, how it affects our bodies and how she reversed her own blood sugar disorder and revitalized her life.

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The Mayo Clinic cookbooks

Mayo Clinic Cookbook

Mayo Clinic Cookbook

When I developed my own weight-loss program a few years ago (losing 88 lbs. over a period of 14 months), a significant part of my research took me to the Mayo Clinic website and resources. I checked my choices and tailored my plan in a way that would work for me, as rapidly as feasible, and not be excessiely stressful to my body. Using the Mayo website helped me keep my plan in a healthy range. I still go there to stay current now that I am on maintenance.

I don’t often recommend cookbooks, there are so many. But the Mayo Clinic has several cookbooks and diet books I love, and I think you will too.

You may also like the Mayo Clinic Diet Community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The.Mayo.Clinic.Diet

The diet debates are over

Today, the diet debates are over. We have moved beyond the confusion of the low-fat versus low-carb battles to an expert consensus on what constitutes a healthy diet. Health-care professionals now agree that our focus should be on nutrient-dense, fiber-rich carbohydrates, healthy sources of unsaturated fats, low-fat dairy, and lean sources of protein, and this is reflected in the new USDA food pyramid. More: