Tagged: turbocharged

Press Release -

Caloric Restriction Responsible for Weight Loss, Study Finds

At six months, the average weight lost was 14 pounds. This was further identified as nine pounds of fat loss and five pounds of lean body mass

Press Release -

Boomer's Obesity Sets Stage for Health Declines

The poll also found that half of obese boomers say they are regularly exercising; many say they get some aerobic exercise, but only 25% said they get the recommended 4-5 sessions or 2.5 hours per week.

Press Release -

Diets of Expecting Mothers May Cause Diabetes in Children

The research shows that individuals who have a poor diet in the womb are less able to store fats normally in later life.

Press Release -

Sprints Better Than Endurance-Type Exercise, Studies Suggest

Reports indicate that shorter, more intense methods are not only more time-efficient, but may also be better for you.

Press Release -

Choose Healthy Foods for Antioxidants, Experts Urge

Natural foods-like fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, eggs and other quality proteins-contain an abundant variety of antioxidants and other ingredients we need for optimal health.

Press Release -

Quest For An Ideal Body Drives Insecurity in Women, Survey Finds

In the U.S., about 10% of all women suffer from eating disorders; at least 50,000 will die as a result. Eighty percent of women are dissatisfied with their current appearance.

Press Release -

Future Obesity Risk Shown to Be Measurable in Young Children

The study identified specific behavior of their mothers around the time of birth.

Press Release -

Laughter Is The Best Medicine, Recent Studies Claim

A Vanderbilt University study concludes that giggling for 15 minutes daily burns enough calories to shed up to five pounds of fat annually.

Press Release -

New Online Forum for TurboCharged Program Now Open to Public

The groundbreaking TurboCharged 8-step program that defies common weight-loss theories, have opened a new electronic forum for TurboCharged participants.

Press Release -

Loss of Leg Strength Greater in Overweight Older Women, Study Finds

A New Hampshire study found that the leg strength and power of overweight older women is less than that of older normal-weight women.

Press Release -

Eating Slowly And Chewing More Are Linked To Better Health

A study reported in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, lean individuals averaged four bites per minute and chewed each bite an average of 21 times.

Press Release -

Changing Diet Can Boost Energy Levels, Say Experts

When we eat many different foods at the same time, our digestive system becomes unnecessarily stressed and needs to work overtime.

Press Release -

Consumption of Vegetables Shown to Lower Cancer Risk

The different compounds in cruciferous vegetables have been shown to stimulate detoxification enzymes that help detoxify carcinogens before they damage cells.

Press Release -

Non-Fat Milk Is Not a Diet Food

Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, along with several other institutions, recently looked at the milk consumption and weight of almost 13,000 adolescents and found that skim and 1% milk were associated with weight gain, but dairy f

Press Release -

Diet More Important Than Exercise for Optimal Health, Experts Say

Virtually all studies, say the Griesels, indicate that minimizing calories while optimizing or supplying adequate nutrients results in the best physical health.

Press Release -

Experts Say Getting Vitamin D the Right Way Is Vital To Health

Too much Vitamin D can increase heart rate and lead to irregular heartbeat say a new report from the American Heart Association.

Press Release -

Fruits and Veggies Can Hydrate Better Than Water

In fact, fruits, vegetables, eggs and raw animal protein are between 70% to 96% water.

Press Release -

New Research Concludes High-Fructose Corn Syrup Is Harmful

According to a study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, adults who consumed high-fructose corn syrup for two weeks as 25 percent of their daily calorie requirement had increased blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.

Press Release -

Eliminate Gluten from Your Diet to Improve Your Performance

Gluten, which is found in wheat, barley and rye, comes with its own set of damaging health effects say diet experts.

Press Release -

Risk of Lung Cancer Dramatically Lower Among Non-smokers, Experts Say

A century ago, lung cancer was rare, but it has since become the number one killer cancer in the U.S., followed by breast cancer.

Press Release -

"Lean Gene" May Lower Body Fat But Increase Risk of Heart Disease

After looking at over 75,000 people for genes associated with body fat, they found evidence linking a gene called IRS1 to lower levels of body fat.

Press Release -

Lose Weight with a Lifestyle Plan, Not a Diet

New study found that obese adults in Germany, Australia and the UK were more likely to slim down if they participated in a commercial weight-loss program like Weight Watchers than if guided by their primary healthcare provider alone.

Press Release -

The TurboCharged Mind Explores Power of Self-Hypnosis

The self-improvement and personal development TurboCharged™ Method is based on specific hypnosis techniques that are safe, comfortable and proven effective for breaking through self-imposed barriers.

Press Release -

Relaxation Is Essential to Your Health, Well-Being and Ultimate Happiness According to New TurboCharged Hypnosis Series

Upgraded Website for TurboCharged™ Program Now Live - Now Includes Online Store