Mini Mary Diet Review

While the Mini Mary Diet is long gone, I have decided to post up my daily meals and thoughts during the whole Mini Mary Diet. I hope this is helpful information if you are considering going on a Mini Mary Diet. If you have any questions about doing the Mini Mary Diet, feel free to ask me and/or search Dr. McDougalls website for more information.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago

Need a lifestyle change? Change with love

I really want to help people. I want to help people by providing tools, education, knowledge and motivation to make themselves better. In particular, I want to help people improve themselves by making them healthier. However, all the motivation in the world from me cannot make people want to make themselves healthier. And that’s okay.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago

Weird Things Healthy People Do That You Should Do, Too

Healthy people are known to have some odd practices and habits. Here are the top habits that my boyfriend and I do that may be questioned by others who don’t understand them, but have practical uses for when they are applied to a person on a healthy lifestyle.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago

6 Practical Weight Loss Tips for a Slimmer You

Lose weight and keep it off forever!

Don’t believe me? I don’t blame you. It’s hard to believe people who claim to have discovered the magic recipe to weight loss.

I’m not here with a magic recipe. I’m here with a compilation of advice from doctors, health advisers, health enthusiasts and my own personal experience.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago

Nutrient Deficiencies and Plant-Based Diets

Plant-based diets come across as being high maintenance.

Claims of needing to “carefully plan” and be “nutritionally conscious” scare many people into not changing their diet.

However, the need to carefully plan a plant-based diet is a myth.

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Prebiotics and Probiotics: The Basics

Let’s talk about prebiotics and probiotics. These words have been thrown around for a while now. Most people in the general public know that both prebiotics and probiotics have been associated with positive health effects, especially increased gastrointestinal (digestive) health. But, what exactly are prebiotics and probiotics anyhow? Both pre- and probiotics help the body…

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Transformation Tuesday

My first ever Transformation Tuesday! Sometimes we get ourselves down because we look at what we haven’t yet accomplished; however, if we look at our past, we are better able to appreciate how far we have come.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago

Everything You Need to Know About Supplements

Normally when dietary supplements are brought up, people of the general population think of popping pills, tablets and special powders. In fact, the FDA defines a supplement as intended to be taken as a pill, capsule, tablet, etc. that is self-identified as a supplement. However, unknown to most of the general public in the US,…

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5 Tips to Cure Depression Without Drugs

As I explained in my video, I have a history of depression. Anybody who has suffered or suffers from this condition knows it’s not fun and knows of the troubles lifting oneself out of this low state of being. Depression is an illness that affects many people, and may include some of your friends and family.

Here are 5 tips to help you beat depression.

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Where do you get your health info? Media vs. Science

Take a few minutes to read this article on the Forbes website: Sweet And Sour: The Media Decided Fructose Was Bad For America; But Science Had Second Thoughts.

While it is correct to state that physical activity and active lifestyles are becoming less common among common folk these days, this is not the basis of being overweight and/or obese. And yes, it is true that carbohydrates can make an individual gain weight, however, not all carbohydrates are equal. The carbohydrates that are causing obesity are the ones that are empty calories that aren’t paired with fiber, vitamins, nutrients, water and phytochemicals among other things that come packaged with whole foods. Whole-food carbohydrates like rice, bananas, peaches, carrots and potatoes are not evil. These foods cannot make you obese.

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  • Updated a couple of years ago