Fat Burning, Diet, Weight Loss & Sugar, Austin Wellness

Be My Friend – www.myspace.com Fat Burning, Diet, Weight Loss & Sugar, Austin Wellness Tired? No Energy? Need to lose some weight? Dr.Vincent Bellonzi is a chiropractor and is certified in Clinical Nutrition. He has been in practice for over 12 years. He received his Doctorate from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1991. Since 1998, Dr. Bellonzi has practiced in the Austin area. He works with athletes at every level to provide sports conditioning and rehabilitation. Visit Dr. Bellonzi’s …

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  1. trivvie2004 says:

    i only drink one cup of cofee everyday and eat healthing and well when i drink ocfee it birns my fat cause im very skinny im 85 pounds and i drink only once cup of cofee everyday and well i loose one pound everyday 🙂

    Peace and Love


  2. JLeeMagnetic says:

    the best health/ anti aging product I have used is actually Alex Chiu’s Magnetic Discovery. It’s amazing. all the other people are just nonsense.

  3. Something about this guy just makes me laugh, hes got very good information, just seems a little sarcastic, i get a good laugh out of it.

  4. goldlmine007 says:

    Check my page!

  5. purelyphysical says:

    i have the problem of medication weight. I take a med that helps you eat when you can’t. Ive noticed I gain a good bit of weight from this too. How hard is it to take off this weight?

  6. I had the same problem, just don’t take it home and try to avoid any place where they sell it, in a matter of a month you will be recovered.

  7. greggb777 says:

    This is so true. I’ve recently let sugar creep back into my diet and sure enough the weight has started going back in the wrong direction again! So hard to not snack on sugary things when your feeling low though, because it’s a tempting shortcut to masking your pain.

  8. ErinHuggins says:

    this is great!

  9. Denisehealthnut says:

    Try bikram yoga or going for a long hike. I live in LA and have access to hiking trails that go for an hour and even longer if I choose. That keeps fat off of my body.
    You can purchase pilates DVD’s that last about an hour long and get yourself a yoga mat and do it at home. I rotate between long hikes, yoga and pilates.
    One hour a day that keeps fat away but I’m also naturally thin but I think it’ll work for you.

  10. LifeInFastLane101 says:

    I have a problem giving up chocolate. Call me a “choco-holic” lol. I think once I give that up, I’ll be okay.

  11. I have a coffee with sugar during my mid morning break, need to cut that out! I usually feel ok in the mornings and a bit grumpy and tired by late evening.. thought this was maybe a serotonin issue as this is replaced during sleep is it not?

  12. HaematoxylinEosin says:

    thanks a lot – increadibly motivating! now I know what was wrong with me! I tried it for 3 days now – it really works!

  13. psychetruth says:

    Zoe means “life”

    Zoe Sofia “Life Wisdom”

  14. diomedes39 says:

    does anyone know what the zoe means in zoe sophia? i know that sophia is wisdom

  15. diomedes39 says:

    however shorter intense cardio ups metabolism by a larger coefficient and that boost is maintained for longer in the day resulting in more fat being burned through High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) that its name so that you can search if you don’t believe me

  16. crayonsiheart says:

    yikes! I’ve been running for about 30 mins each day and I can’t handle much more…Once you become a fat-burner, can you have intense shorter workouts?

  17. Nolimit75 says:

    muscle is only broken down for energy(catabolism) when there is to little carbs or fat in your diet. If you are trying to gain muscle I suggest cutting carbs, raising your fat intake as well as your protein and doing low intensity cardio such as jogging at low speeds or doing a treadclimber or something. Low intensity cardio does not burn glycogen but rather fat and pumps more oxygen into your muscles which is crucial for muscle growth(hypertrophy). Just keep eating and lifting and youll be fine

  18. Nolimit75 says:

    wrong, carbs, which are turned into glycogen for energy, is a powerful energy source which is primarily used for high intensity exercise, power/olympic lifting, sprinting, intense sports etc. For a normal semi-active person most of the glycogen goes unused and is stored as fat. The second source of energy is fat, while inefficient for high instensity exercise, it is the most efficient for anything else and due to its low glycemic effect, is not stored as fat nearly as much as carbs

  19. fastthingsaresweet says:

    From what Ive read about nutrition and working out. Your body uses carbs/sugar for energy, when depleted since in a high metabolism mode it takes the energy from the next fastest source, not fat but muscle.Muscle is hard to gain so when I do cardio I make sure im being fed sufficient carbs….. How is this notion wrong?

  20. There is NO REASON not to get some exercise unless you are a quadriplegic. You should just get a physiotherapist or a personal trainer to help you exercise and find exercises that will not stress your lower back as much until it is strong enough to handle it.

  21. BigBodyBenz says:

    Great words Doc. Helps for a good jump start. I just recently started working out 2 times a week for up to 2 hours at a time. I’ve also already started canceling out a lot of sugars in my diet. Absolutely no fast food or soda is essential. I’m paying close attention to what I eat now. It’s great to have a journal and log everything in. Right now I’m at 2 to 3 meals a day with maybe 1 or 2 small things in between. I also take in 2 to 3 liters of water a day. I’m on my way to a better me. I hope!

  22. danger0usknowledge says:

    Check out the CD set “The Tao of Letting Go”
    by Bruce Frantzis. He is one of the best
    because he had a shattered spine early in
    life and had to fight his way back to normal
    functioning. From the cover: “Release
    stress, pain and negative emotions from
    your life”.

  23. psychetruth says:

    Yea, I’m not trying to sell anything in my channel so the information tends to be more solid and not slanted because of a profit motive.

    I personally think most of the diet systems out there are scams. People need to learn the basics of nutrition and take better care of themselves. The weight will just start to come off afterwards.

  24. danger0usknowledge says:

    Lays it right out for you. Great video as
    usual. I remember a guy who said he wanted to “lose weight for my kid and start living healthy”. His radical plan? Low calorie Aspartame, diet soda and Weight Watchers.
    The result? You guessed it, he is fatter
    than ever. Is this what the average American thinks is radically healthy? No, this guy
    had above average intelligence.

  25. What if you can’t exercise because of a medical condition like Degenerative disc disease, and my pscychologist told me to learn how to relax?

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