Critical Threshold (CT) Part 3 of 3

Part 3 of 3 - conclusion I must give a cautionary piece of advice for those who do find they need to dip below 1000-1200 calories a day. You MUST supplement with a quality multi-vitamin like The Bridge. You SHOULD supplement with 500-1000mg of extra, separate calcium. You SHOULD supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil or a combination of fish and flax oils if you don't consume 2-3 servings of salmon a week. You should keep your carbohydrate intake to between 30 and 40 percent. Fats ...

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Critical Threshold (CT) Part 2 of 3

PART 2 of 3 As I said, hormonally and enzymatically, you have trained your body from past weight loss efforts to respond when it senses starvation or you have crossed the body fat threshold (that point where YOUR body senses body fat is too low even if your body fat is still way too high). The CT isn't fair or equitable in any way. For some women the CT point could be when she's 30 pounds overweight according to every height and weight chart known to man and has just under 30 percent body ...

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Critical Threshold (CT) Part 1 of 3

by David Greenwalt Have you reached your critical threshold (CT)? PART 1 of 3 CT is a point where returns are less than expected based on true investment (not half-baked, pie-in-the-sky investment belief). Investment of what? Time, effort and intake. Every single person alive has a CT where effort to move further ahead will be exponentially higher than all previous periods of weight loss. It's as though everything is cooking along nicely, by the numbers, and then BAM, out of nowhere it ...

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Addiction – User; Not Consumer

Philip Morris is the world's largest tobacco company. Here is a link for facts from Stanford on Philip Morris. Total annual revenue is at 74 billion as of 1998. http://www.stanford.edu/group/SICD/PhilipMorris/pmorris.html In the above report are these statements: There are really no longer any disputes about the negative health effects of tobacco and the fact that smoking tobacco can lead to the loss of life. But just to reiterate these points from important groups : According to a 1999 ...

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