Stop Sabotaging Your Own Health

Stop Sabotaging Your Own Health By Chef K.T. Murphy We’re so used to things not going our way that we protect ourselves by ruining things for ourselves before they get ruined by others. Many times those who sabotage their health are driven by unconscious reasons but justify it via mindful means. Simply put, we screw…

Why Probiotics Don’t Actually Reduce Belly Fat

Why Probiotics Don’t Actually Reduce Belly Fat By Chef K.T. Murphy Chances are you’ve seen the advertisements for a probiotic product that promises you a flatter belly in no time. These probiotic-filled products may make your belly appear flattered, but it isn’t because they have reduced your body fat. Probiotics are a key element in…

Sleep May Help You Blast Belly Fat

Sleep May Help You Blast Belly Fat By Chef K.T. Murphy What if I told you one of the biggest things stopping you from losing your unsightly belly bulge is your inability to put yourself on a good sleep schedule? Now, let me change how I word that. If you sleep more, you will lose…

Stress And Belly Fat

Stress And Belly Fat By Chef K.T. Murphy Close your eyes and think about the last time you were stressed out. Chances are you didn’t think about the traffic jam that made you really angry and late for work, or the rush to get the kids fed and to soccer. Generally, people only focus on…

Appetite vs Exercise???

Appetite vs Exercise??? By Chef K.T. Murphy It is the start of a New Year, and as we make our resolutions, losing weight or getting in shape will invariably be one of the most popular goals of 2018. Many people will turn to diets or fads for a miracle cure, however, the time-tested method of…

Stop Eating White Bread

By Chef K.T. Murphy There’s nothing wrong with including bread in your diet, right? Well, it turns out it depends on the type of bread it is you’re eating. Whole grain breads provide you with vitamin, minerals, and fiber – they’re a great addition to your diet. Unfortunately, white bread isn’t just unhealthy, there’s more…

Starving Yourself – Never Healthy

By Chef K.T. Murphy Before we start this journey into why you should never starve yourself: let’s discuss some guidelines.Very low-calorie diets are defined as diets where patients consume fewer than 800 calories per day over the span of weeks or months. Even under medical supervision very low-calorie diets, are usually not designed to last…

Have A Better Relationship With Food

By Chef K.T. Murphy How is your relationship with food? While you may not have anxiety over breakfast or constantly think about what you’ll be enjoying for dinner, there are people who seriously struggle with their food relationship.  Whether it means they break their diet by eating junk food in private, or they eat their…

Are Your Eating Habits Healthy

By Chef K.T. Murphy What we eat affects not only our bodies, but our mental health as well. If you constantly eat foods that are high in sugar, salt, processed ingredients, as well as saturated and trans fats, your physical and psychological states aren’t going to be too happy about it. And they’ll let you…

Early Death Due to Obesity (FAT)

By Chef K.T. Murphy As I fight with my own weight issues,  I have been educating myself with a Master Studies in Obesity. The same things keep coming Diabetes, Process foods, More veggies and Exercise. So, with over fifty percent of the American population is clinically obese with thirty-nine percent being adult and eighteen percent…

Horrific Consequences Of Obesity

By Chef Murph Obesity is a serious condition with many negative effects in the whole body. The excess weight puts your organs under more pressure and it may cause them to work less efficiently. Over time, these conditions may significantly affect your quality of life and even cause death. According to the British organization More…

Diabeties Comes With Obesity, 3 Related Conditions That Are Preventable

By Chef MurphK.T. Obesity is one of the most prevalent conditions in many countries. As a chef and a person that has problem managing weight. My schedules and dealing with food including medical conditions and sleep habits. I play the line consistently just trying to help. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, in…