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Posts from the ‘Live to 110 Diet’ Category

4
Jun

How To Get Rid Of Cellulite The Biohacker Way

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Even people who are happy with their body and shape often complain about not being able to get rid of cellulite, listing it as one of the top things they would change about themselves if they could. Speaking as a former 300-pound guy, this is not just a problem for women!

This is an excerpt​ of a post by Dave Asprey, author of NYT bestseller The Bulletproof Diet.  You can read the full article on the Bulletproof blog.

Forget buying cellulite products and supplements. Don’t waste your money. Before you spend huge sums of money to try anything from well-marketed cellulite-reducing moisturizers to wraps to expensive med-spa administered light pulses to get rid of these dimpled fat pockets, try out something simpler, cheaper, and effective. (That’s not to say that spa laser treatments, ice, and fat-melting injections don’t have a place if the simple stuff doesn’t work.)

What works naturally transforms you from the inside out rather than superficially applying creams or lasers. Three of the most effective ways I’ve found to reduce cellulite that I use on a regular basis are through acceleration training (whole body vibration),  Bulletproof Intermittent Fasting, and high-intensity interval training.

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13
May

Get A Taste of My New Book!

Want to get a taste of my new book? Download 5 FREE Modern Paleo Survival guides!! They give you tips on the basic Modern Paleo Diet, Protein, Fats and off limit foods… Read more »

24
Mar

Don’t Skip a Beat!

An arrhythmia is a disorder of the heart rate (pulse) or heart rhythm, such as beating too fast (tachycardia), too slow (bradycardia), or irregularly. One of the most common is abnormally slow heartbeats, a condition known as bradycardia. For most people, a normal resting heart rate is considered to be between 60 to 100 beats a minute; anything less than this may be considered bradycardia.

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