‘Marijuana Diet’: Weight Loss Strategy Could Take Bite Out of US Debt?
The best dietary plan for weight loss is one that is developed with a dietitian so that it meets your individual needs. In most cases, a nutritionally balanced diet is recommended. For weight loss, slow and steady wins the race. Most experts recommend that you reduce the calories you intake by 500 per day, but keep total intake to at least 1200 calories a day for women and at least 1500 a day for men. This will allow for a gradual weight loss of 1 to 2 kilograms (2.2 to 4.4.
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A study undertaken by researchers from the University of Nebraska, Harvard, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center found a significant association between marijuana use and smaller waist circumference. The study, which was published in the Journal of American Medicine, examined 4,567 adults, 570 of whom regularly smoked pot, and found that marijuana users also had 16% lower levels of insulin than non-smoking peers. Insulin is one of the major hormones responsible for regulating the body’s metabolism of fat and carbohydrates, meaning pot smokers are likely less prone to developing Type II Diabetes. Glass’ book features “simple fun ‘sofa exercises’ that will tighten your body in as little as four minutes a day.” He also explains how to buy marijuana under the radar of law enforcement in all 50 states. Glass acknowledges that issues of legality will block the full adoption of his diet so he also advocates for full legalization. As the press release states: Glass believes that legalizing marijuana and hemp will bring $250 billion into the economy annually.
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Often, these patients reverse their comorbid conditions associated with obesity, such as type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, infertility and joint pain. Many patients turn to Dr. Feiz because of his excellent educational background, training and stellar reputation. Most importantly, he boasts a 0 percent mortality rate.
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