Slim for Life: My Insider Secrets to Simple, Fast, and Lasting Weight Loss

Slim for Life: My Insider Secrets to Simple, Fast, and Lasting Weight Loss

Jillian Michaels

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 0385349246

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Stop battling your weight and slim down for life with this no-nonsense, insider’s plan from America’s health, wellness, and weight-loss guru: Jillian Michaels. She has helped millions lose weight and feel great, and now she can help you, too.
Bestselling author and Biggest Loser trainer Jillian Michaels swore she’d never write another diet book. But she realized that with all of the conflicting, overly complicated information being thrown at you each day, what you need is a clear, simple plan that cuts through all the confusion to deliver amazing results, fast. This book distills all she’s learned about diet, fitness, and a healthy lifestyle to provide anyone seeking to be slim, strong, and healthy with an easier path to achieving dramatic body transformation.
You’ll learn to:
* Utilize Jillian’s insider secrets for optimizing your fat-burning potential
* Dispel myths and avoid diet trends that will damage your metabolism and make it harder for you to lose weight
* Banish self-sabotage, build support, and cultivate lasting motivation
* Navigate and circumvent every possible pitfall presented by any situation or circumstance you could come up against—from weight-loss plateaus to travel, budget, and time constraints
* Eat, move, and live in manageable, and even enjoyable, ways that facilitate a slim, sexy physique
* Supplement strategically, manage stress, and even purchase the proper home and beauty products—all to help ignite your metabolism
No nonsense, no gimmicks, just actionable advice that gets incredible results fast!

Nutrition for Healthy Living (2nd Edition)

The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite

Yoga para la vida real. Retox



















body, health, and life that you’ve desired for so long and truly deserve. USER’S GUIDE As you’re about to discover, there’s a lot of information in this book, but none of it is meant to overwhelm you. To make sure this doesn’t happen, I’ve created this User’s Guide to illustrate how to maximize your results and personalize your plan so that you not only get the body you’ve always wanted, you also have no trouble keeping it. As I mentioned, you don’t have to follow all the recommendations

most boot camps. Instead, take the class that targets more of the lower body, like a Below the Belt Butt Blaster. While this might take slightly more planning on your part, I assure you it’s worth the effort and will make an enormous difference in the speed of your results. If you’re doing a workout DVD or a class where you train your total body, that’s okay—as long as the workout doesn’t overly focus on a certain muscle group and is more focused on overall conditioning and burning calories. My

can get confusing: not all processed foods are bad for you. The term processed has a broad definition. It essentially means “prepared for ease of consumption.” Frozen vegetables or 100 percent whole-grain oatmeal are processed foods, and I’d never tell you not to eat them. The way to differentiate the healthy and slimming from the disease-inducing and fattening is to learn what to look for on the labels. That’s what I’m going to show you now: how to decode labels and dodge food-marketing trickery

lose more weight than those who exercise but don’t take the fish oil. The theory is that fish oil improves blood flow to muscles, which increases the benefits of exercise. In that study, those who took the fish oil exercised for 45 minutes three times a week. In addition, EFAs (essential fatty acids) produce hormones called eicosanoids that regulate digestion and insulin production. Insulin promotes fat storage. When people regularly consume omega-3 fish oil, insulin levels drop 50 percent lower,

true, then decreasing cortisol levels could potentially reduce body fat percentage. If you don’t regularly eat fish (especially deep-water fatty fish), or if you eat too many processed foods and oils (even though I told you not to), seriously consider adding a fish oil supplement to your daily regimen. Top brands like Barlean’s, Nature’s Made, Nordic Naturals, Solgar, and NOW brands all have strict policies and procedures regarding the manufacture of fish oil, which undergoes molecular

Download sample