By Wells:(NaturalNews) If you just can't seem to lose weight, maybe even just those last 10 to 15 pounds you want to "shed," perhaps it's because your body is being "informed" with incorrect information about whether it's hungry and whether it's getting the proper nutrition. Maybe mixed signals are being sent in, over and over, so that your system doesn't even know HOW to fix itself. Have you hit a "brick wall" with weight loss programs and systems? Start over right here.
By Landsman:(NaturalNews) Sitting on top of each kidney, the adrenals are responsible for producing four main hormones - catecholamines, aldosterone, cortisol and androgens - which help to deal with everything from stressful situations, digestion, gender traits to blood pressure regulation. Gaining weight usually involves overactive adrenals but, this can be avoided, even reversed, without the need for surgery or extreme diets.
By Anderson:(NaturalNews) Many believe that the increase in nationwide obesity has actually started to decrease or at least level off. This common belief may be rooted in data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) that looked at obesity levels in the United States via body mass index from 2003-2004 all the way to 2011-2012. This data found that the body mass index did not change during that time period, causing many people to think that obesity therefore also did not increase, which would be a truly great thing.
By Ravensthorpe:(NaturalNews) Celery has long been associated with good health. The stalks of this aromatic plant, which is believed to have originated from the Mediterranean basin, has been used worldwide to treat countless medical issues ranging from mild constipation to serious inflammatory diseases. Today, over 1 billion pounds of celery are produced annually in the United States alone, with Michigan, Florida and California accounting for 80 percent of all celery production.(1)