Skinny Fiber


Skinny Fiber                                                                                                                                 Well the other day I was messing around on Facebook. I came across a post made by Brittany,who happens to live right here in the same town that I live. I see her here and there from time to time. Well Brittany has been using Skinny Fiber for about four to six weeks I think, and because she has had such good results as you can clearly see from her picture she now promotes Skinny Fiber. But that’s not all Brittany has also started her own Weight Loss  Group. So with her permission I thought  I needed to share this with everyone. So If you are looking for a good support Group to help guide you along your Weight Loss journey then I suggest you click on this link.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/325235564220272/                                                                                                                                                                     And If you’re looking for a good all natural supplement I strongly recommend   Skinny Fiber.                                                                                                                                                                                                               Skinny Fiber is a completely NATURAL supplement.                                                                                                                                                                            It is mainly made of 3 plant ingredients! NO stimulants to make you feel weird & jittery!!   The first week you take it, it will work on  getting your body ready to  lose weight, will boost your metabolism, and  clean your body of all the  bad toxins. After the first or second week, you will really start to  see & feel the results! Some people can  feel the difference within a day, and some it can take up to 2 or 3  weeks.                                                                                        What really will help  is taking pictures & measurements  before you started. I can make  side-by-side pictures for you, and you’ll  really see it!                                                                                                                                                               Each bottle has 120 capsules. You take 2  capsules, 2 times per day. For example if you’re about to eat breakfast or lunch, you take 2 of them with a big glass of water just 30-60  minutes before you eat. The water makes the capsule expand in your stomach so you eat less and feel full. Then 30-60 minutes before dinner you do the same thing.                                                                                                                                                         Skinny Fiber is $60 for one bottle, $120 for 2 bottles, and you get 1   free, and the best deal is $180 for 3 bottles, and you get 3 free. That  last one would make it $30/bottle OR $1/day. If you look at it this way   it’s amazing: if you get a candy bar and a can of pop every day you’re paying $2-3/day. With the Skinny Fiber you’re getting something  healthy and cheaper! The website to order is http://blparro.SkinnyFiber.com/

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15 Hidden Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight


 Reblogged:from Shine                                                                                                               15 Hidden Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

   
Scale not moving? Avoid these common roadblocks to weight loss
Reason #1: You Don’t Realize That Sugar Lurks Everywhere
Many foods that we don’t think of as sweet, like pasta, soups, cereal, salad dressings and sauces, contain sugar and often it goes by another name like agave nectar, high-fructose corn syrup, evaporated cane juice, fruit juice concentrate(s), glucose, dextrose, sucrose, honey, malt syrup or molasses — just to name a few!. If your diet is high in sugar you may be missing out on important nutrients and overeating more often than you realize since sugar stimulates taste. A high-sugar diet can also cause a rapid rise and fall in blood sugar, which can zap your energy and make you feel hungry again.
Solution: Read nutrition labels and steer clear of cereals and sauces that have more than 8 grams of sugar per serving. If you need a sweet fix, choose fresh fruit as often as possible. Skip sodas in favor of water (plain or flavored with a bit of lemon, lime or juice essence) and unsweetened teas.
Reason #2: You Choose “Healthy” Processed Food Foods labeled “low sugar,” “low sodium,” “multi grain,” “organic,” “natural,” “vitamin-enriched,” “high fiber,” or “sweetened with honey or agave” may be high in calories or hidden sweeteners or unhealthy additives. And if you assume it’s healthy, you may eat more of it.
Solution: Switch to whole foods like fresh produce, fish and meat and beans and legumes and limit consumption of processed foods.Reason
#3: You Snack On Nutrition Bars How often do you eat a nutrition bar as a snack rather than to fuel a workout? If it’s often, you could be downing 400 or more calories without realizing it. Although touted as healthy, many nutrition bars are no better than a candy bar. If you use them for fuel, choose carb-loaded bars for aerobic exercise and protein bars for weight training. If you eat them in the normal course of your day, choose 100-calorie bars for a snack and 350-calorie bars for a meal (and don’t combine with them other high-calorie foods) and avoid bars with trans fats.
Solution: Eat whole food snacks, like sliced apple and peanut butter, and reserve bars for emergencies.
Reason #4: You Exercise Too Leisurely
If you rely on the calorie counts on machines or the numbers of calories you’ll burn promised to you by instructors you could be exerting too little effort to jumpstart weight loss. To burn 100 calories an hour, you need to maintain a high level of aerobic activity the entire hour.
Solution: Determine your target heart rate for optimal exercise then check your pulse several times during workouts (or wear a heart-rate monitor) to make sure you’re consistently in that calorie-burning zone. Try interval training (a mix of fast and slow pace), fun classes (Zumba anyone?) or outdoor exercise to keep you engaged and burning calories at maximal capacity. Choose exercises that offer a challenge or cross train on different equipment to push your body out of weight-loss plateaus.
Reason #5: You Ignore Fiber
Fiber-rich foods are good for weight-loss in two ways: They require more calorie-burning effort during digestion and they are filling and satisfying, which helps curb cravings.
Solution: Aim for 30 grams of fiber a day. Good sources include fruits, vegetables, unprocessed whole grains, beans and legumes and unprocessed nuts.
Click here for 10 more hidden reasons you’re not losing weight              

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Add a Little Flax to that


Flaxseeds are a great source of fiber,plus it has many other benefits as well.Just sprinkle ground flax over your breakfast, add it to a smoothie, or mix it into your salad.There are many ways to use ground Flax. And it is a huge boost to any weight loss plan.It’s hard to find foods that are this high in fiber,That have both soluble and insoluble fiber.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Soluble fiber slows down the passage of food across the valve that sends signals from the small intestines to the large intestines.Your body then receives appetite-suppressing signals that tell you you’re full.When this process is slowed down, your blood sugar remains stable and you stay feeling full or sated for longer

Insoluble fiberdoesn’t really break down, but it pushes things through the digestive system. One ounce of flaxseed provides 32 percent of your daily dose of fiber, so you’ll eat fewer calories and feel more energetic throughout the day.But that’s not all,Flaxseeds are also low in carbs, high in vitamin B, and an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids,as well as omega 6. Flaxseeds have also been known for lowering bad cholesterol levels,blood pressure,and helps control hot flashes in women, and enlarged prostate symptoms in men

You can buy flaxseed already ground,they will last about six weeks in the fridge.Or you can buy them whole and grind them yoursel.Just remember if they are not ground, the seeds will pass through your system whole, there for you won’t get all the nutritional benefits from them.

You can take your 2 tablespoons all at once, or split up your dose throughout the day, making each meal more fulfilling and you will do less snacking in between meals.

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Nine Facts About Fiber


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Imagine two all natural fibers in one bread. Insoluble fiber from wheat and soluble fiber from apples. Insoluble fiber contributes to gastrointestinal and colon health and soluble fiber to heart health. What else does it do? Apple fiber imparts a subtle sweetness to the bread and helps retain moisture. So it is really soft and moist, unlike any other wheat bread. And at 130 mg/serving, it is also low in sodium, which will make for a healthier heart. And an all-around healthier you. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you’ve been looking for a way towards a high octane diet, you’ll find fiber to be exactly what you need.  Even though research has shown fiber to be powerful, many people aren’t taking this nutrient seriously.

To help you fuel your health with fiber, here are 10 facts to help.

1.  Fiber fights diseases.  A diet high in fiber can help to prevent colon cancer and heart disease.  High fiber helps the body to eliminate cholesterol by binding it in the digestive tract.  For thousands of years, fiber has been used to stop constipation.

2.  Fiber can actually help with overeating.  All high fiber foods will take longer to chew and digest, making you feel satisfied longer

3.  Most popular foods don’t have enough fiber.  If you like the more popular foods, you probably need to increase your intake of fiber.

4.  Grains offer the most fiber.  Dietary fiber is actually plant matter that we cannot digest.  The best sources are whole grains and concentrated grain products.

5.  Kids need fiber as well.  Children that are older than 2 years of age should consume a daily intake of fiber.  Kids are most receptive to fiber found in fruits, vegetables, and even fortified breakfast cereals.

6.  More fiber needs more water.  In order to keep fiber moving through your digestive tract, you’ll need to consume a lot of water.  With your diet of fiber, you’ll need eight or more glasses of water every day.

7.  Fiber cannot be cooked out.  When you cook your fruits and vegetables, don’t worry about cooking the fiber out, as it stays.  The fiber found in fruits and vegetables aren’t just in the skin or in the peel.

8.  You can get enough fiber.  If you eat more than 50 grams of fiber in a day, you can get diarrhea and bloating, which can interfere with your body’s absorption of other key minerals.

9.  Getting the right amount of fiber in your diet doesn’t have to be hard.  Even though you may think so, getting the amount of fiber you need isn’t very hard to do.  All you have to do is eat the right foods and you’ll be well on your way to a fiber rich lifestyle.

As one of the key ingredients to healthy eating, fiber is something you don’t want to skip.  Fiber can serve many different purposes, which were covered above.  If you aren’t getting enough fiber in your diet – you should do something about now instead of waiting until it is too late.

Savory Italian Grilled Chicken


Want to make some Yummy BBQ chicken this is what you need,                                                                                                                                                                               6 chicken breasts                                                     1/4 cup olive oil                                                          3 cloves garlic, crushed                                     fresh ground black pepper                                        1/4 cup fresh basil leaf, chopped                        1/4 cup melted butter                                               3 sprigs fresh rosemary                                             1 tablespoon parmesan cheese  Directions:                                                                                                                                                                                    To grill, skin chicken breasts and rub in pepper to taste. Blend basil, olive oil, butter, garlic and parmesan cheese at low-speed

using an electric blender, chopper or processor till smooth. Baste chicken lightly with mixture. Grill over medium coals

basting during cooking time with basil sauce. During this time add the rosemary branches to coals for added smoke flavor.

Do this 2 or 3 times. Grill 10 minutes each side depending on barbecue temperature. Garnish with fresh basil and serve this grilled chicken recipe with rice or Italian pasta   

Nutritional Facts

Calories 403

Calories from Fat 273 (67%)

Amount Per Serving %DV

Total Fat 30.3g 46%

Saturated Fat 10.1g 50%

Monounsaturated Fat 14.2g

Polyunsaturated Fat 4.1g

Trans Fat 0.2g

Cholesterol 113mg 37%

Sodium 159mg 6%

Potassium 336mg 9%

Total Carbohydrate 0.6g 0%

Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%

Sugars 0.0g

Protein 30.8g 61%

Servings:6