I Packed Them In for the Holiday

My house was pretty packed this Thanksgiving. I had my sister, her two sons and their girlfriends over this year. She always made her own Thanksgiving dinner for everybody and the boys are used to going over there. But the two of them are moving here to South Florida, so we had everyone everyone come to my house. It is …

PACE Beats Holiday Sweets

When the holiday season rolls around, it’s easy to become busy and put off even thinking about fitness until after the New Year. I’ve seen it many times… people just throw up their hands and figure, “What can I do?” But the holidays are the worst time of the year to give up on fitness. In fact, over the next …

Pass The Turkey

Happy Thanksgiving from my family and staff to you and your family.

I hope you’re going to have a great meal today. And don’t let all those politically correct “health” experts ruin it for you. The Thanksgiving meal we eat in America is one of the healthiest you can have. It’s a treasure trove of benefits.

Let’s take a look at just a few of the foods we eat on Thanksgiving:

Holiday Help for Your Blood Sugar

If you didn’t pay too much attention to your blood sugar, here are some herbs and minerals I use in my practice that naturally improve your body’s response to insulin. They’re completely safe and keep your blood sugar in check.

These are my favorite nutrients you can use right away to help control your blood sugar:

The Secret to Losing Holiday Fat Fast

How bad did you pig out yesterday?

At least you have a good excuse, right? I know I’m back to working out today. If you want to learn how to burn off those holiday pounds fast, here’s what I do:

The secret to really kicking up fat loss is to exert yourself at the “supra-aerobic” level.
But how do you get to where your exertion is at the supra-aerobic level? That’s the key. And that’s why I developed PACE.

What I Prescribe for Better Blood Sugar

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, so let’s set the record straight: Eating a few extra helpings of turkey or ham will not make you fat.

It’s the stuffing and the potatoes that pack on the holiday pounds. The bottom line is insulin and how much your body makes. Starchy foods like bread and potatoes will send your blood sugar through the roof, triggering waves of fat-producing insulin…