Tag: weight management

Targeting Excess Belly Fat, Part 2 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 354

Targeting Excess Belly Fat, Part 2 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 354

Fend off belly fat with powerful nutrients that have been shown to help control your appetite, promote fat burning and block the absorption of sugars. Nutrients such as 5-HTP, grape seed extract and more can help target the dangerous fat found on your belly.

Targeting Excess Belly Fat, Part 1 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 353

Targeting Excess Belly Fat, Part 1 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 353

Too much belly fat can lead to issues such as chronic inflammation, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and more. The good news is that there are healthy ways to help your body lose that fat. Learn about how exercise can help in part 1 of this episode.

Grape Seed May Improve Fat Loss – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 347

Grape Seed May Improve Fat Loss – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 347

Grape seed is a powerful nutrient that can help with fat loss and blood sugar health. Learn about grape seed’s ability to block the absorption of sugar and control appetite from Jerry Hickey, Ph.

Eating a Good Breakfast Keeps Weight Gain Away

Eating a Good Breakfast Keeps Weight Gain Away

Photo by Ivan Timov on Unsplash Weight management is a challenge. Technology has led to a sedentary lifestyle; instead of physical activity, a large majority of Americans spend their time in front of a screen, lending to an unhealthy epidemic – obesity. A new study 

Fitness Spotlight: Do “Weekend Warriors” Have the Right Idea?

Fitness Spotlight: Do “Weekend Warriors” Have the Right Idea?

A new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine says that packing the recommended amount of weekly exercise into just one or two workout sessions may lower your risk of death close to risk levels that regular exercise offers. Though WHO (the World Health 

“Talk Test” to Determine Your Moderate Physical Activity

“Talk Test” to Determine Your Moderate Physical Activity

More than one-third of adults in the United States are obese. With that number on the rise, the risk of developing obesity-related conditions like heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes is on the rise, as well. Your doctor has told you to start following