3 shocking six pack abs tips

July 8, 2011 by  
Filed under VIDEO

I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!


Click here to get abs: bit.ly Do you want to know how to get a six pack? Do you want to know what the best “six pack diet” is? Are you looking to find the best six pack abs exercises, and six pack abs workouts? If you are then, great! You’re watching the right video 🙂 In this one, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest KEYS to getting six pack abs. We tell you: — The biggest WORKOUT HABIT that you need to get six pack abs. It’s surprisingly simple, but it’s THE most important factor in whether or not you’re going to get a six pack — The biggest six pack abs DIET factor in your success. Hint: it’s not what you think! — How to ensure you eat healthy for an entire WEEK (it just takes 90 minutes and you are GUARANTEED to stay on track!) — How to get a six pack by making this one small “mental shift.” Many guys don’t realize the importance your mindset has on getting a six pack. But once you make this one small but CRITICAL mental adjustment, you’ll get your six pack abs much faster and easier. And if you want to get serious about getting a ripped body and six pack abs, I recommend using “Afterburn Training.” Afterburn Training is my patented style of training that combines heavy, compound lifts with high intensity cardio. I made a free video giving the scientific proof for why Afterburn Training gets you abs faster than any other way, and showing you exactly how you can use it in your workout. Check it out here: bit.ly

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Six Pack Abs — 3 Quick Tips For Getting Abs

June 20, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!


Free ab training tips: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com In this video, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest mistakes that men make when trying to get six pack abs. These mistakes are VERY common — over 95% percent of men who try to get a six pack make them. And this is why most men who try and get a six pack fail. If you want to get six pack abs, you first have to stop making these three mistakes. Then you’ll start seeing more ab definition. We also discuss the effects of direct abdominal exercises, cardio for six pack abs, and the effects of not seeking help to get your six pack abs. For more free tips on how to get a ripped body and six pack abs: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com

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Soy: good or bad for our health?

March 30, 2009 by  
Filed under CANCER

japanese_tofu-mealSoy is traditionally a part of a typical Asian diet. Researchers at the U.S. National Cancer Institute investigated whether soy consumption can render protection against breast cancer.

According to senior researcher Regina Ziegler

Historically, breast cancer incidence rates have been four to seven times higher among white women in the U.S. than in women in China or Japan. However, when Asian women migrate to the U.S., their breast cancer risk rises over several generations and reaches that of U.S. white women, suggesting that modifiable factors, rather than genetics, are responsible for the international differences.”

However, the lifestyle factors that predispose Asian women living in the US to breast cancer have never been identified.

The study looked at Asian women (of Chinese, Japanese and Filipino descent) living in California or Hawaii. The researchers interviewed 597 of these women (aged 22 to 55 years old) with breast cancer and case-matched with 966 controls. In addition, whenever possible, the mothers of the women were interviewed regarding the participants’ diet during their childhood.

The results of the study show:

  • Consumption of or large amounts of soy during childhood was linked to a 58% reduced risk for breast cancer
  • high soy consumption during adolescence and adulthood was linked to a 20 to 25% reduced risk.

The study authors concluded:

Soy intake during childhood, adolescence, and adult life was associated with decreased breast cancer risk, with the strongest, most consistent effect for childhood intake. Soy may be a hormonally related, early-life exposure that influences breast cancer incidence.

Soy is rich with isoflavones. The authors speculate that these compounds may have estrogenic properties that may cause changes in the mammary tissue. Animal studies have shown that soy consumption results in early maturation of breast tissue and increased resistance to carcinogens.

I myself am of Asian descent and therefore found this study rather interesting. We Asians consume soy in the form of tofu (coagulated soy milk) or soya sauce. Soya milk is also used as a substitute formula for lactose-intolerant infants. The food products come from the soya bean plant Glycine max.

Soy used to be considered the wonder superhealthy food but has become somewhat controversial lately as more and more research studies have linked soy consumption to adverse health effects ranging from memory decline to cancer. In 2007, the Cancer Council of New South Wales, Australia issued guidelines that warn cancer patients about the dangers of high-soy diets and soy supplements. The guidelines especially emphasized the dangers for those suffering from hormone-dependent cancers, including prostate and breast cancers.

Clearly there is a need for more studies before we can clearly say whether soy is beneficial or detrimental to our health.

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