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'What Are Good Carbs?', 'Here Are The Low Thyroid Symptoms'
February 04, 2011
Welcome to the February edition of the Quick Weight Loss E-zine. I hope that you are well and I also hope that you are 'back on track' when it comes to your nutrition and exercise habits after the festive season.
In my case the nutrition side of things have been okay and so has the resistance training but I still haven't gone back to boxing yet... next week for sure! I've just had so much on with work and with the website that evening training sessions have been put lower on the priority list at the moment.
I know that's no excuse and I know I should make the time to fit it in but it hasn't happened yet!
Over the next few weeks you may start noticing some changes to the site. I've decided that the site needs to have its 'look and feel' upgraded so I've started making changes to the format of the site. This will take some time because I have to change each of the 300+ pages individually but rest assured, it will make the load times of the pages faster and will hopefully make it a better 'user experience' for you.
As most of you know, I'm not the most computer-savvy guy in the world, far from it, so it may take some time. My apologies for that. However, even though the site format may be changing I will still be writing articles and adding them to the site every week. My goal is to keep adding two articles every week on different aspects of weight loss.
I will let you know about the latest articles in the E-zines and Updates. Also, if you have any topics you would like covered, please let me know.
All the very best, keep training hard, and as always, please let me know what you think of the articles by adding your comments at the bottom.
Have a great week!
'What Are Good Carbs?'If you're wondering what good carbs are then hopefully this article will answer the question for you. Good carbohydrates are generally sources of carbohydrates that are low on the glycemic index and/ or provide an enormous amount of beneficial nutrients to the body.
A low glycemic index carbohydrate does not cause a rapid rise in blood sugar levels compared to other sources of carbohydrates.
The beneficial nutrients that are provided by carbohydrates include, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients (nutrients from plants that provide a range of health benefits and include antioxidants) and possibly protein and good fats.
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Do you have trouble losing weight? Do you wake up in the morning after a good night's sleep but still feel tired? Do you often have cold hands and feet? Do you suffer from poor concentration and/ or poor memory?
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