Why Americans are Fat

Based on data from 2008, Americans consume over 60 pounds of added sugar per year. According to the American Heart Associate, the acceptable allowance of daily sugar intake for men is 150 calories or 9 teaspoons per day. For women, it’s 100 calories or 6 teaspoons per day. Our current daily average is 306 calories

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From Student to Teacher

Thursday, June 19, 2008 Dominic brought a friend of his to workout with us. Preston looked like what I did about a year ago: overweight, but not obese. The first question I asked him was if he’d ever worked out before. He said he used go to the gym. Right then and there I knew

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