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May 20, 2019|Written by DR. MARK DEDOMENICO
20/20 LifeStyles Weight Loss and Workout Plan: Created to Match Your Genetic Code

If you are looking to lose a significant amount of weight, you probably already know all of the reasons to do so. Fat loss helps decrease blood pressure, reduces the risk for heart disease, and boosts your mood. We could go on and on. Regardless of your motivations for workouts, the fact is workouts don't always work out. Do you have that friend who seems to be able to lose weight effortlessly? They can simply pick up a tennis racket and BOOM! Five pounds gone! What is it that makes the difference between them and you?

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April 3, 2019|Written by DR. MARK DEDOMENICO
The Skinnier Side Of Life: What To Eat To Help Build Muscle

Many people turn to exercise as a way of controlling their weight. With more than one in three adults being obese in this nation, it isn't surprising that weight loss has become the traditional goal. However, there is a small margin of people that have always struggled with the opposite problem -- for their entire lives, they've been told they're too skinny. Building muscle is notoriously difficult for such body types, but nutrition plays a crucial role in the process; let's take a look at some of the lifestyle meal plan choices that can help.

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December 19, 2018|Written by DR. MARK DEDOMENICO
It's Time to Kick These Weight Loss Myths to the Curb

Approximately 80% of dieters are trying to lose weight on their own, but without knowing the facts about best weight loss practices, you may not be losing as much weight as you could be. Unfortunately, there are several myths people still believe about weight loss, and knowing the truth can help you form the diet and meal plan that works for you. Here are just a few of the most common myths about weight loss you can kick to the curb today.

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December 11, 2018|Written by DR. MARK DEDOMENICO
3 Delicious and Fat-Burning Comfort Foods to Indulge in This Winter

The World Health Organization’s definition of obesity is having a BMI greater than or equal to 30 -- BMI greater than or equal to 25 is considered overweight. But regardless of your BMI, you should be aware of the delicious options you'll have this season when it comes to indulging while staying healthy. Plenty of foods are great to enjoy in winter and have redeeming health benefits as well -- let's take a look at a few popular choices.

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