Preventing Weight Gain After Dieting And Weight Loss- The Ebook

Preventing Weight Gain After Dieting And Weight Loss- The Ebook
Preventing Weight Gain After Dieting- The Ebook   Featured everywhere from the Wall Street Journal to CBS News, Kevin Richardson is an award winning personal trainer, natural bodybuilding champion, creator of Naturally Intense High Intensity Personal Training and one of the most sought after personal trainers in New York City. 

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Food And Self Control- How Do You Stop Cravings? How do you control yourself around food? For the most of us, the hardest part of losing weight and keeping it isn’t the pain and rigors of exercise- it’s hands down the willpower required to stay on your diet at all times, especially after losing weight. ...

Naturally Intense Personal Training Services Receives 2017 Best of Manhattan Award

Naturally Intense Personal Training Services Receives 2017 Best of Manhattan Award
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Naturally Intense Personal Training Services Receives 2017 Best of Manhattan Award Manhattan Award Program Honors the Achievement MANHATTAN August 31, 2017 — Naturally Intense Personal Training Services has been selected for the 2017 Best of Manhattan Award in the Trainers category by the Manhattan Award Program. Each year, the Manhattan ...

Juicing Is Not As Healthy As Eating Whole Fruit and Vegetables

Juicing Is Not As Healthy As Eating Whole Fruit and Vegetables
Juicing Is Not As Healthy As Eating Whole Fruit and Vegetables Juicing has become a popular health trend in the last few years with words like “smoothies”, “juicing” and “juice cleanse” entering our vocabulary as healthy options for weight loss and a convenient way to get your vitamins and minerals for the day. Gyms and ...

Surprisingly Unhealthy ‘Health Foods’ & Practices 1

Surprisingly Unhealthy 'Health Foods' & Practices
Surprisingly Unhealthy ‘Healthy Foods’ Here in the West, we live in an age where our relationships (or lack of relationships) with those providing us with our food is unlike that of any other time in our collective history. In the not so distant past we had personal relationships with the farmers, millers, hunters and gatherers ...