Today we are celebrating Jeff Novick’s birthday! To celebrate, we picked some of our favorite articles he has written, so you can bookmark them and read them again. We are also celebrating by doing a giveaway! Just leave a birthday message in the comments, and tomorrow we’ll pick 2 winners to win one of Jeff’s amazing DVD’s!.
Happy Birthday Jeff!
1. A Common Sense Approach to Sound Nutrition:
“Calorie density really is the simplest easiest approach to healthy eating. It is easy to understand and follow and provides the simplest easiest path to good health. It is the most common sense approach to sound nutrition. By following the principles of calorie density, you will also meet all your other nutritional needs including vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein, essential fats, etc..” Continue reading: A Common Sense Approach to Sound Nutrition
2. How to Maximize Weight Loss: Fine Tuning Calorie Density:
“This note is in response to questions I frequently get about weight loss. The questions usually have to do with not losing weight at all, not losing enough weight or not losing weight fast enough.”Continue reading: How to Maximize Weight Loss: Fine Tuning Calorie Density.
3. Understanding Food Labels:
What many think are health claims are actually just marketing pitches and advertisements. And government approved claims, like “low-fat” and “light,” often don’t tell you the whole story. These products may be high in fat as well as sugar, salt, and/or calories.” Continue reading: Understanding Food Labels.
4. Triage Your Health Efforts: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
“Everyday in the news, there is another breaking story telling us how bad something is for us. From problems with the food we eat, the air we breath, the water we drink, to problems with the methods of how we cook, to the chemicals in plastics, cans, cookware, toiletries and to the impact of cellphones, microwaves, etc etc. By the time we are done listening to all the the news, it seems like there is nothing safe anymore.” Continue reading: Triage Your Health Health Efforts
5. Olive Oil and The Mediterranean Diet are aHoax!
“In 1999, I published an newsletter article entitled, “The French Paradox & The Mediterranean Mix-Up”, explaining how these diets are a hoax perpetuated on the American public. My presentations since, have expanded on this including much more data supporting my view. The following article recently appeared in a leading medical journal supporting my view and may be the final “nail in the coffin.” Continue reading: Olive Oil and The Mediterranean Diet are a Hoax.
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