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Don't Forget to Break the Fast Each Morning

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Steve recently sent a tweet about the importance and meaning of our daily dose of breakfast.  How many of us skip breakfast thinking we are saving a few calories for the day? Do you know why breakfast is most important meal? As Steve tells us, breakfast is equal to breaking the fast (from the night before). If you don't eat the body won't burn fat. Hence the importance of starting off the day with an early morning meal. No breakfast equals no burning of calories and that means no weight loss. Click through to find all the details on why...

Try Distilled Water When Trying to Lose Weight

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Steve recently tweeted about a new study that finds drinking a full glass of distilled water when you wake up as well as before each meal can help a person lose up to 6 pounds per month. They key is in the water being distilled. Find out more in by reading on...

Too Much Protein Equals Stored Fat

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You hear it everywhere, in magazines, on television; in diet books...eat as much protein as you want.  Right? Wrong! Steve recently told us that eating too much protein is not the answer to weight loss. If we eat over 50g of protein in one meal, we store the extra as fat! Not the solution you were looking for was it? Click through to find out all the meaty details...

ZimFit Lite is Now Available

ZimFit Lite is Now Available for Free!
 
Yes that is right, now you have no excuse for not downloading what we here know is the best exercise app out there today! ZimFit lite, now available as a free download, gives you access to train with Steve Zim right from the palm of your hand. 

 

Extra Calories Add Extra Pounds Faster Than You Think

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Steve has been giving some great advice lately about those extra calories and how to avoid them.  Simple choices can make a big difference between gaining and maintaining.  Steve tweets that "consuming just 100 calories more than your body needs per day will cause a weight gain of 12.5 pounds per year."  How often have each of us made the choice to go for that extra scoop of ice cream or second glass of wine?  Those extra calories add up and add up fast!

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