Natural Bodybuilding – How I Went From Fat To Fit (Lean Muscle Transformation Diet)

Natural Bodybuilding – How I Went From Fat To Fit (Lean Muscle Transformation Diet)

What’s good people? It’s BeastOfMiddleEast. And today I wanna talk about what kind of food eat, what kind of diet I’ve been on. And I used the same diet when I went from fat to fit. If you didn’t see my transformation, click right here to get an idea. Let me jump right into it. […]

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Lose weight in 2019 with #PaGuMi – the healthy keto diet

Lose weight in 2019 with #PaGuMi – the healthy keto diet

Hi! I’m Erick Kalugdan I started 4 months ago weighing 190 lbs and it is considered “obese” my metabolic age was 56 years old after a few months I lost 28 lbs at 162 lbs but that is still considered “overweight” so I still need to lose weight my physical age also decreased by 8 […]

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Fat: The Difference between Good fat and Bad fat with Amanda Byram

Fat: The Difference between Good fat and Bad fat with Amanda Byram

Hiya! welcome to #AskAmanda. Now, today’s video is inspired by AmyHenryLondon who asked me a question on Twitter “What’s the difference between good fats and bad fat?” This is a very good question, Amy but also a very important question F. A. T is the 3 ­letter word we seem to have learned to hate! […]

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Are Ketogenic Diets Better For Cycling Weight Loss?

Are Ketogenic Diets Better For Cycling Weight Loss?

– Ketogenic diets are becoming increasingly popular. A lot of people are talking about them. You may have been recommended one. You may already be eating a ketogenic diet. So in this video, we’re going to explain exactly what a ketogenic diet is, the potential benefits and disadvantages, and how it applies to cyclists, and […]

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Our number one killer can be stopped

Our number one killer can be stopped

“Our Number One Killer Can Be Stopped” In the end, my grandma’s miraculous recovery from terminal heart disease through diet and exercise— remarkable as it was— was just one anecdote among many. Though it inspired me to pursue a career in medicine, I’ve always had a skeptical streak, and just wasn’t convinced until Ornish’s landmark […]

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Slimming the Gecko

Slimming the Gecko

“Slimming the Gecko” As I progressed through medical training, I could see the ground was definitely shifting. The conversation moved from treating and reversing individual cases of heart disease, to an overdue requiem for palliative cardiology altogether the year I graduated from medical school. In other words, resolving the whole coronary artery disease epidemic altogether, […]

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We Tried To Gain 2 Pounds By Eating A 2 Pound Burrito

We Tried To Gain 2 Pounds By Eating A 2 Pound Burrito

– Hi, I’m Ella and I’ve always wondered where does food go? Like if I ate, I don’t know, a two pound burrito, would I gain two pounds? I tried to Google it and I couldn’t find any answers. So we got an actual two pound burrito here and I’m gonna eat it and we’re […]

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Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body! with Detox Diet

Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body! with Detox Diet

Hello Did you know the average person may have between 10-25 pounds of unprocessed waste within their digestive system? Flush your body of extra poundage and feel lean and healthy again in just a couple weeks with 100% All Natural Pure Colon Detox How Does it Work? Pure Colon Detox is a natural-based formula that […]

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What’s the Deal With Bread? | A Little Bit Better With Keri Glassman

What’s the Deal With Bread? | A Little Bit Better With Keri Glassman

Hey, I’m Keri Glassman, here with some quick and simple tips to help you feel just a little bit better. Bread went through some tough times over the last decade. The Atkins Diet being one of many strict eating plans that gave carbohydrates a bad name, with bread leading the evil pack. When the no-carb […]

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Vegan Recipe Author Ellen Jaffe Jones Shares Her Vegetarian Health Story

Vegan Recipe Author Ellen Jaffe Jones Shares Her Vegetarian Health Story

I am 58 years old, and I have been a vegetarian for much of the past 30 years. The main reason I adopted a vegetarian diet was for health. As a child, I remember being so sick with upper respiratory infections that I would often be gasping for breath, with weeks on antibiotics and decongestants. […]

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