Episode 141: Helping Others By Helping Yourself    Click HERE to LISTEN to Episode 141 Click HERE to WATCH Episode 141   In this week’s episode, my guest Cara Jahnke and I discuss her journey from feeling stuck and frustrated to thriving and living in abundance.   And how the Thrive Forever Fit Lifestyle Transformation…

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“Change begins at the end of your comfort zone.” How uncomfortable do you think one has to feel in order to change their life that resulted in a 115lb weight loss?! Well, if you’re anything like Thrive Forever Fit Member, Mel, she was pretty damn uncomfortable, which only led her to become the very best…

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This short 4-minute video might be the answer to ALL your weight loss dreams. Even if you don’t need to lose any weight, it might just save your life. “Studies show sugar is as addictive as alcohol and cocaine.” Got you attention? I hope so – PLEASE take the time to watch. The Sugary Truth…

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In order for the nation to achieve goals set by the federal government for reducing obesity rates by 2020, children in the United States would need to eliminate an average of 64 excess calories per day, researchers calculated in a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. This reduction could be achieved…

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Increasing lean muscle mass—already known to be important to fight frailty with aging (a condition called sarcopenia)—may also help protect against diabetes. A new study reports that every additional 10% of skeletal muscle mass was associated with an 11% reduction in insulin resistance and a 12% lower risk of transitional, prediabetes or diabetes. “While we…

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Fitness is considered to be a reliable objective marker of habitual physical activity, and body mass index (BMI) is widely accepted as a measure of overall obesity. Duck-chul Lee, from the University of South Carolina at Columbia (South Carolina, USA), and colleagues explored the independent and combined associations of changes in fitness as estimated from…

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“They could be first generation to not live as long as their parents” Doctors have long been concerned that increasing rates of childhood obesity could fuel a diabetes epidemic. Study results have now underscored that fear. Researchers have found that the length of time a person carries excess weight directly contributes to an increased risk…

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