Tuesday, April 3, 2012

What is a Body Wrap

Saran Wrap Weight Loss What is a Body Wrap.

Initially, a body wrap was an application of Ace bandages or saran wrap that was tightly wrapped around the body to enable rapid weight loss through vasodilation. Now, a body wrap is much more likely to be a treatment where you're slathered with a body mask made of seaweed and potent botanical ingredients, and depending on the treatment, possibly wrapped afterwards to keep warm. Soon thereafter, the product is rinsed off or removed, and the body wrap usually ends with application of a lotion or followed up with some a maintenance lubricant of some type. This treatment is sometimes also referred to as a body mask or body treatment.

Body Wrap Benefits

Body wraps that use algae and detox treatments help rid the body of toxins through metabolic stimulation. Body wraps using moisturizing rich lotions are hydrating treatments geared towards softening and healing the skin. Body wraps utilizing other ingredients are typically formulated to aide in weight loss.

Body wraps often begin with exfoliation through dry brushing or a salt scrub. You are typically clothed in whatever you will eventually be wrapped in - often plastic of some type, but sometimes towels or sheets. I think the most enjoyable method is when a massage therapist does the body wrap, because they naturally incorporate massage techniques as they apply the product. (An esthetician, on the other hand, is just simply rubbing product on the skin.) Once the product is applied to the skin, you're wrapped to stay warm for usually 15-60 minutes. Often, the therapist will leave the room, but sometimes they will stay and continue the massage, if possible.

When the time is up, you're unwrapped and the body wrap is removed. For this reason, the wraps often take place in wet rooms, equipped with a shower or wet table. Its possible that you may either jump in the shower or the therapist will rinse you off with a handheld shower or a special rinse that feels fantastic. After that, you will dry off, and there's usually an application of lotion of some sort to moisturize your skin.

Cautionary Items

- Don't expect a body wrap to simply be a massage. You can get both treatments - a body wrap and a massage -- or look for signature treatments that include scrub, body wrap, massage, etc...

- If you have extremely sensitive skin, check with your therapist or esthetician before starting any wrap for an extended period of time.

- If you are looking for a fat/weight loss body wrap, these are often not available at your standard spa or salon.

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Monday, April 2, 2012

This Winter, Be Cool, Be Smart and Be Warm

Saran Wrap Weight Loss This Winter, Be Cool, Be Smart and Be Warm.

Anybody living in one of the many regions buried under record snow this winter will agree that, for all its beauty, this season can be a real pain. Not only does all that snow mean more work and more trouble getting around, but the frigid temperatures make just staying comfortable a real challenge. And the heating bills... ugh, don't get me started.

While I can't help you get your car unburied, I do have some suggestions to help you keep your home more comfortable and your heating bills down this winter. The good news is you can accomplish a lot with very little expense!

Though it is oft repeated advice you may be tired of hearing, nothing is more important than insulating your house against the chilly invasion of cold air and the wasteful loss of heat. While new attic insulation is something to consider in an older home, it's also a relatively expensive proposition. Of more immediate concern to you (only because it is an inexpensive solution) is to check your windows and doors to see how well they're keeping the heat in and the cold out.

A windy day is the best time to check your windows and doors. Simply close all your windows and then use a candle or stick of incense. Watch the flame or smoke to see if it deviates from vertical. Check along the sides, top and bottom. If you see the flame or smoke being blown inward or sucked towards the windows, mark the spot with a piece of tape so you don't forget where your drafty trouble spots are.

Window insulation is a simple do-it-yourself effort and it is exceedingly affordable. Rubber weather sealing strips are probably the simplest solution to plug gaps in your windows. Simply cut to length, peal the paper to expose the adhesive and then put in place in any gaps. The nice thing about weather strips is that they are subtle and all but invisible once in place, making for a clean insulation solution. On the downside, when time comes to remove the weather stripping, it may peal some paint but there really is no reason to remove weather sealing until it is old, worn and time to replace. As such, any potential damage to paint will be immediately covered again by fresh weather sealant.

Another method for insulating windows that some find surprising is window insulation film. Described by some as saran wrap for windows because that so well describes the solution, the film is applied inside to cover the window frame using double-sided tape, then heated with a hairdrier to shrink the film. What is so surprising is that the thin film plastic shrink material does a very good job of weather proofing a window, blocking drafts and preventing heat from escaping. A bit more expensive than rubber weather sealing strips and requiring a bit more work to put in place, window insulating film is a great way to cover a broad problem area to keep your home toasty and warm. The downside, the wrap can be a bit of an eyesore, but isn't an issue if hidden behind a curtain.

Speaking of curtains, heavy, layered curtains and drapes can also be employed to cut down on drafts. Though obviously an expensive solution, if you already have them in place they are helping a bit. The addition of weather strips or window insulation film will simply improve the benefits you're getting from those heavy curtains.

While weather sealing strips can be a good solution for the drafty vertical parts of your exterior doors, the big trouble spot here is generally the large gap at the bottom of doors. You've probably seen under door draft guards advertised on television, but there are many kinds of draft guards or "draft snakes" available that will help prevent cold air coming in and warm air from escaping. You can make these yourself using any tubular fabric measured and cut to the width of your door and stuffed with foam pellets mixed with some coarse sand (for weight), dry rice or any small particles that will give it some weight to help it stay in place.

Proper insulation may help you save anywhere from 15-30% in heating costs this winter. You can save more by having the insulation in your attic and exterior walls professionally inspected and replaced if needed, but the money you save there won't be immediate and will be measured over the long term in years. In the meantime, make a conscious effort to control the way you heat your home. That means allowing for a cooler home when you're away at work and only cranking up the heat when you're home. You can also turn your thermostat way down and use an efficient space heater to keep your bedroom warm at night. You'll save money by only heating the parts of your home you are actually using.

It doesn't have to cost a lot to enjoy a more comfortable winter. It just takes a little thought, a quick visit to the hardware store and the tinniest bit of elbow grease to make your home warm, cozy and more energy efficient.

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Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Healing Crisis

Saran Wrap Weight Loss The Healing Crisis.

A healing crisis may occur when the vital forces within the body build up enough strength to handle detoxification.

A healing crisis manifests when the body is ready. For example:

1. You have caught up on your rest.

2. You have stopped taking drugs/chemicals/alcohol and other nutrients that are not working for you.

3. You replace old and destructive eating patterns with new healthy eating patterns.

4. You have cleansed enough from your system to strengthen the nervous system or blood supply.

Eating fresh raw fruits and vegetables:

1. Improves oxygen utilization

2. Helps burn up waste products in the system

3. Stabilizes the bloods pH and makes it more alkaline. This, in turn, gives the body energy to fight off disease, so that it can detoxify and rebuild (in that order).

Note: Cooked, processed, or pasteurized fruits and vegetables are devoid of enzymes. Heat kills many vitamins. Cooked fruits will make the body more acidic. Disease only survives in acid bodies, so you really need to eat raw foods for optimal health. Consuming three servings EACH DAY of raw fruits and vegetables is the minimum for optimal health.

Hering's law of cure: All cure comes from within the central core of your body first, then moves outward and from the top of your body, down to your feet and in reverse order in which the first symptoms occurred. Working from the head downward, one must clear old thought patterns, attitudes, and feelings and replace them with new healthier thought patterns, attitudes and feelings.

The following symptoms may occur occasionally during a healing crisis. These are a signs that "housecleaning" is occurring:

Fever, swollen limbs/face, headaches, mobilization of mucous, weakness, weight-loss, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and other digestive disorders, pains resurfacing, worsening of existing symptoms, rapid pulse, skin eruptions, and some say they feel like their world is "collapsing".

Yuk. Why would you want to feel like that!? And how do you tell if you are going through a healing crisis or just another bout of disease? Good question....Read on....

The Answer: You can only get better, permanently, by shifting back into time. Therefore, you may have to experience some uncomfortable brief symptoms. You know when you are having a healing crisis because:

1. The crisis usually lasts only one to three days. The symptoms can be so mild that you may not recognize that it is a healing crisis.

2. At the end of the healing crisis you feel much better than before the healing crisis occurred.

3. You are eating all the right things and up until the healing crisis have had a good attitude.

4. You know you are making changes in your lifestyle and are working on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of your life.

5. You are mentally prepared to get through the healing.

6. You may have just pampered yourself with some kind of bodywork--this sometimes stimulates a healing crisis. This is a good thing.

If you are truly sick, the symptoms above feel awful as time progresses. The symptoms are more than transient and more than mild. In your gut you know you don't feel right. You don't feel that higher plane of health. See a doctor or your favorite healer for advice and drink lots of water.

I remember going through my own healing crisis. Once in college I had a pig tip a fence panel on top of my foot, breaking my big toe. I could not walk on it for more than a week and boy was it black and blue.

During one healing crisis 16 years after that incident, the same toe turned black and blue. I had not done anything to it and it didn't hurt at all. It was so strange. The bruise went away in three days. I recognized it as a healing crisis because I had just worked through other dis-eases. I was studying to be a naturopath at the time and had made a list of all the physical disturbances and diseases I had experienced in my life. I reviewed some of the other symptoms that had come up in the last 60 days and working backwards from the most recent diseases backward, the toe incident was in that time frame of healing.

As healing crisis symptoms come up (if they do), they will last just a fraction of the time of the original disease and not be as severe. Chemicals and drugs will come out of the body as well when the body builds sufficient energy and strength to liquefy and throw off catarrh (mucous). I've noticed this may take a couple of years of nutrition and cleansing in the most chronic situation.

Detoxification of chemicals happens in a variety of ways. For example sulfur escapes through the skin, mercury through furuncles (boils), ulcers, abscesses, opens sores and hemorrhoidal discharges. Toxic gases find their way out of the body through body odor, furry tongues and in bad breath.


Exercise: In a journal or on a piece of paper think back to your childhood.

1. Write down everything that ever went wrong health-wise.

2. Now organize these in a time line.

3. Write them in the order of most recent to least recent.

4. Now draw little box by each item in the left hand margin.

When you start your healing process, check off the boxes as you experience the symptoms. This exercise teaches you to notice what is going on in your body. Sometimes the symptom will be so mild you may think it is a coincidence. Other symptoms, like swollen lymph nodes, may last longer. This is a wonderful experience and positive reinforcement that you are making progress in your health.

A patient may go through several heeling crises at various time intervals indicating reversal of more than one condition. When your body is ready to heal it will release the toxins. There really is no way to determine exactly when or if a healing crisis will occur. One can never predict which symptoms will present or how severe hey will be.

Ways to work through a healing crisis:

1. Drink lots of water.

2. Treat yourself to a massage or hot bath.

3. Apply a piece of felt soaked with castor oil to the liver area and cover the area with saran wrap. This is called a "castor oil pack" and draws the toxins from the body. Repeat and change daily for 3-5 days.

4. Fast for a day or two.

5. Get a chiropractic adjustment.

6. Pray and do some attitudinal work.

7. Find a support team to ask questions about your healing.

This is a great time to pamper yourself. You deserve it for all your efforts.

Dr. Bernard Jensen says:

"We cannot expect sweet thoughts with a sour stomach. And for this reason, all stress in any organ has an effect on every other aspect of our being. Physical, emotional, mental and spiritual processes are all interconnected and need to be in balance for healing to occur."

� 2005 by Dr. Denice M. Moffat

This article comes with reprint rights providing no changes are made and the resource box below accompanies it.

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

My Understanding Of, and Experience With, Far Infrared Saunas

Saran Wrap Weight Loss My Understanding Of, and Experience With, Far Infrared Saunas.

A few years ago I became interested in Far Infrared Technology and purchased a Far Infrared Sauna. I was intrigued by the seemingly unbelievable and numerous health benefiting claims attributed to it.

I had been introduced to this technology about 10 years before by a friend of mine who pursued the practice of Acupuncture while I pursued my interest and passion for Myo-fascial Release work. He had learned about and purchased a portable Far Infrared Light, which he learned about in China while he was there during an apprenticeship/internship for Acupuncture. At the time, I could tell he was excited about the use and benefits of this technology, but alas, I was skeptical and considered it just one more of the hyped myriad health-related tools making their appearance on the healing scene. *I am a skeptic when it comes to all the Health and Fitness Tools and Gizmos which fill the infomercials and magazine ads. My bottom-line rule is to "Judge only by Results".

When I began reading my way through the thousands of pages available on the research and results attributed to Far Infrared Technology I realized that this was something I wanted to have a direct experience of myself. And by the way, this is the method I apply to any form of Self-Maintenance Tools I attempt to share and make available to other conscious Health Seekers.

So I made a fairly expensive purchase and bought a Far Infrared Sauna, assembled it in my master bedroom, and began using it on a daily basis.

I've had loads of personal experience with regular saunas, in health clubs and in homes of wealthy friends, over the years. And though I loved them, the obvious downside to them was that as my body heated up and began the sweating detoxification process, the air inside them became so hard to breathe because it had become super-heated, and therefore almost impossible to inhale. If you've had any experience with regular saunas, which rely solely on convection (air currents), and conduction (direct contact of hot air on the skin), then you'll understand what I'm talking about. If you've not had any experience with saunas then you can get the idea by turning your oven up to high, opening the door to it, sitting in front of it, and trying to breathe. This is the kind of heat utilized by a "regular" sauna.

What is this Far Infrared Heat?

The heat produced by a Far Infrared Sauna is a completely different kind of heat: Radiant Heat. Radiant Heat is a form of energy that heats objects directly through a process called conversion, which heats an object without having to heat the air in between it and the heat source. Radiant Heat is also called Infrared Energy. The sun is the principal source of Radiant Energy that we experience daily.

Infrared saunas use infrared radiant energy to directly penetrate the body's tissues to a depth of over one and a half inches. Its energy output is tuned to correspond so closely to the body's own radiant energy that our bodies absorb more than 90% of the infrared waves that reach our skin.

The benefit of this technology is that the air you get to breathe in the sauna is 50 to 100 degrees cooler than in a conventional sauna that relies on indirect means of heat. In other words, instead of having to endure heat in the 180+degree range, in the infrared sauna your body will heat up and begin to profusely sweat between 95 degrees and 115 degrees Fahrenheit.

Another benefit for Far Infrared Saunas is that the heat-up time for an old-fashioned hot-air sauna is between 30 and 60 minutes, while the heat-up time required for a Far Infrared Sauna is around 10 to 15 minutes. This makes them much more practical in terms of user-friendliness time constraints, as well as meaning significantly lower operating costs. Consistent and convenient daily home use is therefore much more likely with an Infrared Sauna.

*Here is a partial list of the dis-ease conditions of the physical body positively affected by Far Infrared Heat Therapy; the healing qualities of Far Infrared Heat are numerous and far-reaching: detoxification cellulite removal sunburn antidote improved skin removal of clogged pores and blackheads acne eczema and psoriases dandruff muscle spasms arthritis joint stiffness low back pain muscle tension cold hands and feet high blood pressure cancer asthma weight loss lowered cholesterol fibromyalgia reduced stress and fatigue chronic fatigue syndrome multiple chemical sensitivity

My specific interest in Far Infrared Heat

As you'll note, there are an amazing number of "disease ailments" which have been documented to be positively affected by Far Infrared Sauna use. Although I believe all of this research and documentation to be true, I've discovered something very interesting about Far Infrared Heat that interests me more than all the others, because it specifically applies to my chosen field of expertise, the Myofascial Web.

Since 1984 I have, as my job of choice, practiced a form of hands-on bodywork exclusively dedicated to the reorganization and rejuvenation of the Myofascial Web. The Myofascial Web consists of the physiological structure of "Fascia" throughout the body. In my extensive experience, this Fascia is essentially responsible for all pain in the soft tissue, and the Structural Misalignment of the body, meaning altered and diminished Posture, Flexibility, and Functional Movement.

OK, so what is Fascia?

Anatomy: Fascia; A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs, and other soft structures of the body; a fibrous tissue network located between the skin and the underlying structure of muscle and bone. Fascia is composed of two layers, a superficial layer and a deep layer. Superficial fascia is attached to the skin and is composed of connective tissue containing varying quantities of fat. It is especially dense in the scalp , the back of the neck, and the palms of the hands, where it serves to anchor the skin firmly to underlying tissues. In other areas of the body it is loose and the skin may be moved freely back and forth. Deep fascia underlies the superficial layers, to which it is loosely joined by fibrous strands. It is thin but strong and densely packed, and serves to cover the muscles and to partition them into groups.

If you've ever noticed on a piece of raw chicken the thin, clear, saran wrap-like film that you could peel off, then you have handled fascia. This would be the superficial fascia that surrounds the entire muscle group.

*Fascia in fact surrounds not only every muscle group, but every muscle, every muscle fiber, and every muscle cell. Imagine a string hammock of fascia inside of every muscle, like a 3-dimensional fishnet stocking, running from one end of the muscle to the other; again, surrounding every muscle fiber and every muscle cell, making it truly the most important and insidious structure in the physical body, having purpose and ramifications unimagined by allopathic western medicine. Like the hammock, the fascial exits the muscle by merging all the net together into a woven, thick, dense cord (that you would hook to a tree or a wall), and that structure is called a tendon (which is pure fascia). A tendon attaches a muscle to a bone.

Another example of fascia is a ligament, which also is pure fascia, and it attaches bone to bone.

The Myofascial Web and Physical Therapy

Now the reason that massage and chiropractic have such short-lasting results is because neither modality addresses the Myofascial Web in any way which would lead to lasting results. Massage manually flushes out the muscle, which is of course still a positive thing to have happen, but it does not affect the Myofascial Web, which is what is traumatizing the muscle and causing the pain its in. Hence, its short term results.

Chiropractic pushes and shoves the bones around, and it's definitely the case that the bones are in the wrong place, but it does not address the Myofascial Web, and the Myofascial Web is what is holding and pulling the bones out of place. Hence again, the short term results of this modality, and the reason that long term chiropractic care has devolved into making the exact same adjustments for the exact same structural problems, over and over again, ad infinitum.

The results of these kinds of treatment are temporary, requiring an indefinite number of treatments, for the same problem, the reason being that they address the symptoms of the problem, and not the cause: which is in virtually all cases, a compromised and traumatized Myofascial Web.

The therapy called Rolfing®, which you may have heard of, or even experienced, basically consists of stretching, ripping, and tearing the Myofascial Web. This is why the first thing that comes to anyone's mind when Rolfing® comes up is usually that it's an intrusive "healing" modality characterized by Pain. This is because the concept of the Myofascial Web is the basis of the work, but it is addressed in such a way as to ultimately cause more trauma to an already traumatized body. In my concept of BodyWork and Healing, this is contra-productive.

Ida Rolf, bless her heart and mind, who was a pioneer in the Health field, put the Myofascial Web on the map, by her intuitive and experiential discoveries. She also intuited the understanding that a proper understanding and treatment of the Myofascial Web would result in hastening a positive Evolution of the Human Being. My premise is that she did not live long enough to continue her research to the obvious conclusion that the Myofascial Web could be melted, instead of stretched, ripped, or torn.

I fortunately, after having learned and become proficient in the Rolfing® technique (and taught it for 3 years in the school I graduated from), had the good fortune to meet, and apprentice with, an extraordinarily gifted and intuitive healer from India named Usha. She untaught me, and then taught me, over a period of 8 years or so, how to kindly and lovingly address the Myofascial Web, by melting it with the heat and pressure of my hands, and directing the Release and Realignment with my intuition and will.

What this all means regarding Far Infrared Saunas

The Myofascial Web is 100% positively affected by Far Infrared Heat. Studies have been done and documented about how stretching performed in Far Infrared Heat is more effective in relation to muscle length attained, as well as how long the stretching done lasts. I haven't read anything regarding just why this phenomenon is so, but through my own experimentation and understanding of the Myofascial Web I've come to a few conclusions I feel are easily proven.

I've come to these conclusions while using a Far Infrared Sauna, and through the process of using a Far Infrared portable heat lamp for my hands-on Structural Release BodyWork sessions, on myself and others.

While before I had to rely on the heat and pressure of my hands to melt the Myofascial Web, working in a Far Infrared Sauna, or using a directed Far Infrared Heat Lamp, has sped the process up exponentially. The hard, dense Fascia throughout the muscle tissue, especially around the joints of the body, melts like butter in the sauna or in front of an infrared space heater. When subjected to the enveloping rays in the Far Infrared Sauna, or the directed rays of my Far Infrared Heat Lamp, the hardened muscle tissue (fascia), the tendons, and the cartilage (also pure fascia) in and around the joints changes from a solid to almost a liquid, much the same as ice turns from a solid to a liquid when subjected to a heat source.

As this phenomenon takes place, muscles and tendons lengthen and the cartilage softens and expands, decompressing joints, resulting in a positive and permanent rearrangement of the Structural Body.

What this Information means to you as a potential Far Infrared Sauna Owner

What this exciting information I've provided you with means to you if you own one of these amazing Self-Maintenance Tools, is that any stretching or self-work you do on yourself while in your Far Infrared Sauna will be so exponentially different from anything you've ever done in the past it will beggar description.

If you've heard of Bikram Yoga then you know that there are entire modalities out there which have already recognized the importance and effectiveness of heat while stretching or performing Yoga. Again, as you can find in thousands of web pages on the internet, Indirect Heat, the kind used to heat rooms like the kind used for Bikram Yoga, is an outdated, uncomfortable, and inefficient heat source for Healing and for positively affecting the Myofascial Web, which specifically pertains to the Hatha Yogic endeavor.

I've gotten results, through my hands-on bodywork, using Far Infrared Heat, that have blown my mind and made me want to begin saving money to purchase a custom-designed Far Infrared Sauna in which I can do all of my Structural Realignment Sessions, as well as something that I can do my own Structural Maintenance in...

Using Self-Maintenance Tools with Far Infrared Heat

Of course you can just sit in your Far Infrared Sauna and experience all of the myriad positive physiological health benefits listed above, and more found elsewhere if you do further research about Far Infrared Heat.

You can also take your experience with Far Infrared Heat to the next level by working on yourself while being saturated with Far Infrared Heat. The main way this can be done is by using any of the movements from the flexibility system I've developed.

I can guarantee you that any righteous flexibility work done while under the rays of Far Infrared Heat will be exponentially more productive and effective than anything you've ever experienced. Remember, a whole new modality of Flexibility work (Bikram Yoga) has sprung up and spread like wildfire using "hot air", in super-heated workout rooms, to enhance the Hatha Yoga experience. As explained elsewhere in this treatise, the much more positive physiological effects gained from the use of Far Infrared technology as a heat source renders the use of "hot air" obsolete, especially in the context of Flexibility and Physical Fitness.

Research has also shown that any Flexibility work done just after a Far Infrared Sauna session produces much better (document-able) results than Flexibility work done without the use of Far Infrared Heat. This is because of the way that Far Infrared Heat affects the Myofascial Web, which has everything to do with how a muscle responds to physical manipulation; including stretching/Release, and hands-on Release work.


So at the end of this treatise, I implore you to find out everything you can about Therapy and how it can positively impact and affect your Health and Well-Being.

I hope I've shown you, or at least piqued your interest about this incredible technology, which I've found to be one of the most amazing and effective passive technologies available to the Sincere Health-Seeker.

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Friday, March 30, 2012

How To Lose Back Fat - Get Rid Of That Muffin-Top And Those Love Handles Once And For All Ladies!

Saran Wrap Weight Loss How To Lose Back Fat - Get Rid Of That Muffin-Top And Those Love Handles Once And For All Ladies!.

One of the worst feelings in the world is to finally get your favorite skinny jeans buttoned and see those gross rolls hanging out over the top of the waist. We've all been there ladies, myself included, and it's a horrible experience for sure.

Learning how to lose back fat is something every woman needs to add to her bag of weight loss tricks, and you can learn some easy tips and methods to do exactly that from Asian women who manage to get and stay skinny even just after having a baby!

Today we're going to look at a few ways you can learn how to lose back fat from Asian women to get rid of that spare tire around your waist without starving or doing insane workouts... for good!

How To Lose Back Fat - The Skinny Asian Way

First, there are a few things I want to warn you against doing no matter how desperate you are to lose weight. Things like wrapping up your mid-section in plastic saran wrap... or taking double-doses of diet pills that are sold at a local store to try and pull water out of your body to reduce puffiness and bloating.

These things are NOT going to give you the answer to the question of how to lose back fat.

Instead focus on the fundamentals to lose back fat, which actually help your body fight off the effects of aging, disease, and even extend your life several years while still getting a great waistline with no muffin-top!

And while you're not going to learn ALL of the ways Asian women know how to lose back fat from just a short article online, you CAN pick up some tips that will allow you to get started on the road to a lean, defined back:

1. Add natural high-fiber into your diet the RIGHT way - One of the best sources of natural fiber isn't going to be found on a store shelf as powder in a can. Instead nature provides the best high-fiber content in the great-tasting form of apples, oranges, bananas, and other organic fruits.

Fiber is critical in the battle of how to lose back fat because it forces a very specific reaction within our digestive tract that not only blocks the formation of new fat cells within our bodies abut also leads to existing fat deposits being eliminated as that fat is transformed into energy used to break down fiber.

Try having an apple or orange or other favorite fruit between breakfast and lunch and also between lunch and dinner.

2. Add probiotic yogurt to your meal plans - Yogurt with probiotic active cultures in it (good bacteria) can now be found at almost every major market or grocery store, and it's something that Asian women have been using to teach their daughters how to lose back fat for generations.

Probiotics allow bad bacteria to be eliminated all through our stomach and intestinal tract, which are a leading cause of not only bloating and stomach aches, but also toxins that keep us from losing weight by blocking fat deposits from being burned up during exercises.

Have a probiotic-rich yogurt for breakfast and you'll immediately answer the question of how to lose back fat with one of the most powerful solutions available.

3. What if you just CAN'T lose back fat - I know it can be depressing, but if you're upset because nothing has worked you need to learn one of the most powerful secret free methods that Asian women do to force fat off of their back and waist in less than a month...WITHOUT starving or doing crazy workouts.

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