May 26, 2017


Top 10 Fat Loss Hacks to Achieve Your Goal Weight


  1. Out with the Junk

Toss out any junk food that is in the house and keep your pantry and refrigerator stocked with healthy choices. Make sure you have a colorful assortment of vegetables and fruits in the frig and plenty of nuts, seeds, and healthy snacks on the shelves.

  1. Shop Satisfied

Speaking of going food shopping, it’s important to make sure you eat BEFORE you go. This will help you avoid temptations while shopping.

  1. Crank Up the Heat

Thermogenic supplements are an extremely popular way to trigger more fat loss. Proven ingredients like Green Tea Extract and L-Carnitine can amp up your metabolism to increase fat burning.

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  1. Intermittent Fasting

This extremely popular dieting time management method has the scientific backing to prove it is an amazing way to burn more fat. Stop eating the night before at 8 p.m. and eat nothing until 12 p.m. the following day. Stop eating again at 8 p.m.

  1. Meal Prep

Pick a day where you can dedicate one to two hours in the kitchen (Sunday seems to work best for most people). Cook bulk meals that you can store and put in the refrigerator. This will save you time and help you avoid fast food temptations.

  1. Focus on Eating

Most of us never pay attention to the act of eating. As a result, we don’t really taste our food and we eat more than we need to. Put the phone down and focus on the process of eating.

  1. Hit the Weights

Sure, resistance training is the best way to build lean muscle tissue but it’s also a great way to burn more fat. Resistance training skyrockets your EPOC levels or the amount of calories you burn AFTER the workout. It will also help boost lean tissue, which consumes more calories for energy.

  1. Consider a Detox

This doesn’t mean drink nothing but lemon water for 7 days. A proper detox depends on you. It could mean consuming raw vegetables and super foods for a few days. Or it could mean doing a juice detox. Either way, a well monitored detox can help boost fat loss.

  1. Eat More Protein

Muscles love protein and it helps keep you feeling fuller for a longer period of time. Increase your protein intake and decrease your carbohydrate intake, especially those simple carbs.

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  1. Wear a Sauna Suit

Studies show that wearing a sauna suit on its own or as a part of your exercise program can dramatically increase fat burning and support long term weight loss. A ground-breaking study from Dr. Lance Dalleck demonstrated that subjects wearing the sauna suit burned up to 13% more calories and had a greater overall weight loss by up to 40%.

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What were your results?

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  1. Dalleck, Lance. (2015) “Acute Benefits of Exercise with the Kutting Weight® Sauna Suit: Technical Report” Gunnison, CO. Western State Colorado University.
  1. Dalleck, Lance. (2015) “Chronic Health and Performance Benefits of Exercise with the Kutting Weight® Sauna Suit: Technical Report” Gunnison, CO. Western State Colorado University.
May 25, 2017


What is the Best Time to Weight Yourself? Here’s What Science Says

If you have ever visited with a personal trainer or fitness expert, there’s a good chance you’ve been told to keep track of your progress. The best ways to do this are with picture taking, tape measurements, and weighing yourself.

Do you know when you should check your weight?

More importantly, do you know how often you should weigh yourself?

Does that age-old rule of once a week still apply nowadays? Let’s take a look at a few recent studies to discover the ideal way to weigh yourself to ensure fitness success.

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Morning, Afternoon, or Night

Let’s start with the question:

“What time of the day should I be weighing yourself?”

The answer is first thing in the morning after you have gone to the bathroom. This has remained consistent for many years and it’s still the golden rule. Before jumping on the scale, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Make sure you are wearing little to no clothing
  • Keep the scale in the same spot for each weigh-in
  • Do not drink any liquids before getting on the scale

Those who have successfully lost weight and kept it off followed the routine of getting out of bed, using the restroom, then hopping on the scale, which is conveniently in the bathroom. The way to success is consistency and this includes your weigh-ins.

Now what about the frequency of your weigh-ins?

Weekly vs. Daily

For many years, experts have warned against daily weigh-ins, citing once a week to be more advantageous because it would provide a more accurate readout of weight and it would help the individual not to become obsessed with daily fluctuations. New studies are saying just the opposite.

Two studies from the Journal of Obesity and the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, respectively, demonstrated that those subjects who weighed themselves every single morning saw better results and, more importantly, maintained those results for a longer period of time.

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What the Science Says

In the first study, subjects were monitored over a two-year period. The subjects were considered medically overweight and were asked to weigh themselves each morning followed by writing down their number. Researchers say that the correlation between eating extra calories and the increase on the scale quickly became evident to the subjects, allowing them to properly manage their diets to reach and maintain their goals weight.

These results were duplicated in the second study, which focused on medically obese subjects. The group of subjects were all provided the same diet plan but the difference was that one group was assigned to weigh themselves weekly and the other to weigh themselves daily. At the end of the study, the group who weighed themselves daily experienced a greater weight loss by an average of 13 pounds.

Tell Us What You Think!

How often do you weigh yourself?

If you have switched to daily weighing-in, have you noticed any improvements?

Let us know in the comments below!

May 23, 2017


Get That Summer Six-Pack with These 5 Proven Tips and Tricks

With summer finally here, everyone will be hitting the pool or heading to the beach for a much-needed day in the sun. What is that one thing that most people start working towards in January? The summer six-pack.

Shredded abs are the defining muscle for attention grabbing. If you’ve been hitting the gym and eating a healthy diet but you aren’t quite where you want to be, don’t worry. Let’s take a look at the top 5 tips and tricks for achieving that summer six-pack.

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  1. Use the Best Exercises

When your goal is to show off a six-pack, you first need to build up the muscles that will be key for turning heads. If your abdominal program consists of only crunches, then you are short changing yourself big time.

Your core-focused exercises should include a variety of movements that target the lower, middle, and upper abdominal wall as well as obliques and lower back.

Give these exercises a try and let us know what you think:

  • Spiderman Plank
  • Captain’s Chair
  • Bicycle
  • Cable Crunch
  • Side Plank
  • Superman
  1. Step Up Your EPOC

EPOC stands for Excess Post Oxygen Consumption and this provides a huge boost to calorie burning. EPOC levels are highest when your body is trying to compensate for oxygen levels after a workout or excessive activity. The best ways to boost your EPOC levels? You can try a High Intensity Interval Training workout or simply step into a sauna for approximately 15 minutes.

  1. Supplement Your Results

Supplements can provide some much-needed assistance, especially when it comes to fat burning. Try adding one of the following to your daily dietary program to help upgrade your body’s fat burning.

  • Yohimbe
  • Green tea extract
  • L-Carnitine
  • Raspberry ketones

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  1. Boost Your Protein

Dietary protein is the key for unlocking muscle building potential while keeping you feeling fuller longer. Protein contains amino acids that are very important for promoting muscle growth and recovery. Increasing your protein intake while decreasing your carbohydrate intake will help boost muscle building and fat burning. One simple way to boost protein intake is to supplement with a high quality whey protein.

  1. Increase High Intensity Cardio

Once you have built a solid foundation of muscle, it will be time to start chiseling away at that belly fat to make those abs pop. By increasing your high intensity cardiovascular exercise WHILE eating more high quality protein, you can burn away body fat and protect your muscle tissue.

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Have you used these tips?

What were your results?

Let us know in the comments below!

May 22, 2017


Top 4 Pre-Workout Meals to Boost Performance, Results

When people think about boosting their performance during a workout, they typically will think of caffeine-loaded supplements. Sure, pre-workout supplements can play a helpful role in finding that extra push to conquer your workout but there is also the healthier and more effective option of pre-workout meals.

Your body needs real, wholefood-based fuel in order to perform at optimal levels. Supplements are just that: supplementary. They shouldn’t be the only thing you use to fuel your workouts.

Let’s take a look at the top 4 pre-workout meals you can whip up in no time that will help boost performance and your results.

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Benefits of Pre-Workout Meals

First, it’s important to understand the “why” behind pre-workout meals.

The right pre-workout meals are packed with macronutrients that promote intra-workout performance and post-workout recovery. Macros like protein, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates will help prepare the body to execute exercises without the worry of fatigue mid-workout.

In other words, from healthy pre-workout meals, you’ll get more energy, better performance, and enhanced recovery.

Meal #1: Keep it Simple

One of the most effective pre-workout meals is also the easiest to make. Take a blender and combine two scoops of protein powder, one cup of uncooked, instant oatmeal, and one serving of peanut butter. Mix in almond milk (or whole milk if you want the extra calories and protein) and blend for 30 seconds. Drink this an hour before you head to the gym.

Meal #2: Wrap it Up

A wrap is one of the tastiest ways to get all of your macros for the upcoming workout. Take a whole-wheat tortilla and toss in some cooked chicken, peppers, onions, tomatoes, and a serving of your favorite hummus. Fold the edges and roll the tortilla up to enjoy one to two hours before your workout.

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Meal #3: Nothing Beats Breakfast

Eggs are hands-down one of the best muscle building foods out there. So consider having breakfast… even if it’s 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Take 4 to 6 eggs and scramble them in a bowl. Dice up onions, peppers, spinach, or any combination of your favorite veggies. Mix the egg batter with the vegetables then pour into a frying pan. Scramble them or fold one side over to make an omelet an hour or two before you work out.

Meal #4: Turkey Before Thanksgiving

Just like chicken, turkey is one of the best ways to get pre-workout protein (and it’s tastier too). Whether you choose a turkey leg or turkey breast, consider grilling or baking it. Make a side of diced sweet potatoes and a salad to get in your complex carbs and greens.

Tell Us What You Think!

What benefits have you noticed from eating a pre-workout meal?

Do you use your own pre-workout meal?

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May 19, 2017


7 Summer Destinations for Every Fit Person

The gorgeous weather has finally returned (unless you live in Florida then it’s just another Tuesday). With the warmer temperatures, bright sunshine, and cloudless skies, it’s time to get back outside. Why not combine exercise with incredible sightseeing?

Let’s take a look at 7 destinations that every fitness junkie needs to check out this year.

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  1. Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia

Suit up and jump in the water to look upon one of the most spectacular natural formations in the entire world. The Great Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s home to amazing tropical fish, turtles, and sharks.

  1. Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA

Nothing will make you feel smaller than looking into the mouth of the Grand Canyon. Spend the weekend there, hike to the bottom, camp out and make the trek back up. Get ready to feel your legs burn.

  1. Harbor of Rio de Janeiro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, this is the longest bay in the entire world. It’s surrounded by beautiful lakes, mountains, and valleys, giving you a chance to hike for days.

  1. Machu Pichu in Aguas Calientes, Peru

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an amazing place to see; it’s also one way to challenge your body. Sitting at 2,000 meters above sea level, Machu Pichu is breath taking and the hikes nearby will literally take your breath away.

  1. Ha Long Bay in Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam

Get ready to be blown away by this ancient landscape from the far east. Sure, it’s popular with tourists but it’s absolutely worth it. Hop in a kayak and explore the waters and caves of this majestic scene.

  1. Victoria Falls at the Zambezi River in Zambia

Waterfalls are incredible no matter where you see them but nothing is going to beat Victoria Falls, which is also the largest waterfall in the world. Located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is 360 feet tall and over a mile across. You won’t believe your eyes when you see this thing.

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  1. Fox Glacier in Westland Tai Poutini National Park, New Zealand

Finally, jet set over to New Zealand, put on your hiking boots, and get ready to check out Fox Glacier. Located in Westland Tai Poutini National Park, this 8-mile-long glacier goes directly into a rain-forest. How many of your friends can say they were on a glacier and in a rain-forest in the same day?

Tell Us What You Think!

Have you been to any of these places?

Which one was your favorite?

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May 19, 2017


3 Ways to Kick Your Weight Loss into Overdrive for Summer

Summer is officially here. That means long weekends at the beach, lounging by the pool, and swatting away the mosquitoes at bonfires. 

The undeniably most popular piece of summer clothing is a swim suit. This is the what you’ve been working so hard towards since January: that lean beach body you can show off in a swim suit.

If you are currently shy of your weight loss goal by 10 pounds or less, don’t worry! You’re not alone here. Most people are just within grasp of their fat loss goal right around this time of the year.

Let’s take a look at 3 ways you can send your weight loss into overdrive to blast away fat and achieve your fitness goal.

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  1. Try Fasting

Intermittent Fasting is insanely popular right now and with good reason: it is scientifically proven to promote fat loss.

Intermittent Fasting is all about fasting for a bit every day. The most used method of is the 16 / 8. This is where you fast for 16 hours and eat for 8 hours. Many people stop eating the night before at 8 p.m. and begin eating the next day at 12 p.m.

For example, your new eating schedule would look like this:


  • 8 p.m. – Stop eating

  • Water, tea, and black coffee are okay


  • 12 p.m. – Begin eating

  • 8 p.m. – Stop eating

  1. Consider Cycling Your Carbs

Low carbohydrate diets are a proven way to support fat loss but if you are a very active person, especially if you are a weight lifter, you may need your occasional heavy carbohydrates days.

Consider cycling your carbohydrate consumption to match your most brutal training days. On those days you are going all out, eat more carbohydrates. On your rest days, focus on protein and healthy fats with no to minimal carbohydrates.

  1. Wear a Sauna Suit

Neoprene-based sauna suits provide you with the exact environment you’d find in a real sauna at a fraction of the cost. These suits are tough and ready to help you take your workouts to the next level. Even if you only wear the sauna suit around the house, you’re still triggering a number of weight loss benefits including the following:

  • Increases the number of calories you burn by up to 13%
  • Boosts the amount of calories you burn AFTER your workout by up to 22%
  • Results in a better overall weight loss of up to 40%

Choosing one of these methods and sticking to it is key. Even better if you combine all of these hacks for quicker results.

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Tell Us What You Think!

Have you tried any of these methods?

Did you reach your goal?

Let us know in the comments below!

May 18, 2017


Are You Getting Enough Sleep? Here's What Science Says

As kids, we hated the idea of taking a nap. As adults, we fantasize about being able to get in just a 10-minute nap. 

Our relationship with sleep changes drastically as we age and this continues well into our elder years. We may not have the luxury of taking naps anymore (so instead we are cursing our younger selves) but what we can do is get a restful night’s sleep. The question is:

“How much sleep do I need?”

We know it’s vital for overall health but is there an exact amount of sleep we should all be getting each night? Let’s take a look at some recent studies to hear what science has to say about the ideal amount of sleep.

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Why We Need Sleep

Before we jump into how much you should be getting, it’s important to review the reasons behind why our bodies need sleep so badly.

Think of sleep as repair time. Your body shuts down and gets to work with repair and recovery down to a cellular level. Here are some of the most important highlighted benefits:

  • Boosts cognitive ability
  • Guards against depression
  • Decreases risk of injury from over training
  • Promotes a healthy weight
  • Supports immune system

The Magic Number

You’re convinced you need more sleep but just how much more? That magic number is still eight.

Although there are many skeptics out there, mainstream researchers are still pushing for the idea that as adults we need eight hours per night. The problem with living in 2017 is that many of us are sleep deprived and we don’t even realize it. How’s that possible?

One word: Caffeine.

We are hot wiring our nervous system to kick into overdrive for most of the day to get done everything we need. Not only are many of us sleep deprived but many of us are also dealing with adrenal fatigue syndrome.

So is there a way to get rid of sleep deprivation AND adrenal fatigue syndrome simultaneously. Of course, it’s all about getting eight hours of sleep every night and kicking your over indulgence habit of caffeine.

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What Science Says About the Amount of Sleep

Is eight hours really valid?

Or just a false fact that won’t go away.

Well, according to recent studies, it’s a fact.

Multiple studies have demonstrated that when subjects get seven hours or less of sleep on a consistent basis, their cognitive ability starts to decline. This isn’t a long-term decline. Once sleeping patterns were reestablished at eight to nine hours of sleep each night for a few weeks, cognitive testing significantly improved.

If this seems like wishful thinking, the idea is to attempt to get eight hours of sleep. If you only get seven and a half hours, you’re still getting the rest you need for ideal functioning. Seven flat isn’t great but it sure beats six.

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Do you agree with the research?

How much sleep do you get each night?
Let us know in the comments below!



Belenky G, Wesensten NJ, Thorne DR, Thomas ML, Sing HC, Redmond DP, Russo MB, Balkin TJ. Patterns of performance degradation and restoration during sleep restriction and subsequent recovery: a sleep dose-response study. J Sleep Res. 2003 Mar;12(1):1-12.

Van Dongen HP, Maislin G, Mullington JM, Dinges DF. The cumulative cost of additional wakefulness: dose-response effects on neurobehavioral functions and sleep physiology from chronic sleep restriction and total sleep deprivation. Sleep. 2003 Mar 15;26(2):117-26.

May 18, 2017


5 Tips for Getting Better at Logging Your Meals

No matter which diet expert you chat with or which nutrition blog you read, you can’t escape those two dreaded words: calorie counting.

Who wouldn’t be turned off by the idea of sitting down and writing every little thing that you ate along with the calories and macronutrients. No one has time for that. Lucky for you, there’s an app for that. Let technology do the work for you with one of several incredible caloric tracking tools like MyFitnessPal.

Armed with your new app, it’s going to be important to make meal logging a habit. Let’s review 5 quick tips for helping you get better at typing in those meals.

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Importance of Counting Calories

Yes, we know that it’s not the most glamourous or the sexiest part of striving after your goal weight. However, it is absolutely one of the most important steps. Why?

If you are striving to burn body fat, you need to be expending more calories than you’re consuming. For example, if you are eating a standard diet of 2,000 calories, then you need to be consistently burning around 2,100 calories to start moving toward successful fat loss.

Want fat burning success with your food logger? Try these action steps:

  1. Keep Your Phone Near You When Eating

This shouldn’t be too hard, right? It’s already attached to your hip. The important thing is that when your phone is near you, the app is also open to help you remember to log your next meal.

  1. Log While Eating

Since you’ll be on your phone anyway, this is the perfect time to log your food. As mentioned above, while you’re cooking or preparing your meal, keep the phone near you and the app open. Once you sit down with your plate, immediately start punching in the meal you have in front of you.

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  1. Set Reminders

All of the caloric counting apps that you’ll find on your phone come with daily reminders that you can set so take advantage of them. Set a few throughout the day around the time you normally eat.

  1. Pre-set Your Most Common Meals

One of the greatest things about food logging apps is that they allow you to save your most common items and meals. This will drastically reduce the amount of time you spend logging food.

  1. Go Easy on Yourself

Yes, life is going to happen and you may miss a few meal logging opportunities. It’s okay, don’t beat yourself up over it. This is a long-term process so the important thing here is consistency, not perfection.

Tell Us What You Think!

Do you use a food logging app?

What benefits have you noticed since you started using it?

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May 12, 2017


Nitric Oxide Boosters for Exercise? Here's What You Need to Know

The term “nitric oxide” has become a hot button topic in the world of health and fitness. This unique compound in the body is said to be able to increase intra-workout performance while supporting repair and recovery. As a response, the industry has gone N.O. boosting crazy, placing popular nitric oxide support ingredients into pre, intra, and post-workout supplements.

Are N.O. boosters all that they are cracked up to be? Or is it just more hype from an industry that’s worried about making a profit more than your fitness goals? Let’s take a look at what nitric oxide supplements are and whether or not you should be buying them.

Nitric Oxide Supplements: What are They?

Here’s the thing: Your body makes nitric oxide BUT it only makes so much. Your body isn’t creating nitric oxide specifically to support your workouts. Rather, it’s creating nitric oxide to promote a number of bodily processes.

So why the sudden interest in boosting nitric oxide levels in the body?

Studies suggest that by increasing nitric oxide levels via natural methods or supplementation, you will be able to support blood flow, anti-inflammatory response, and recovery. This is where supplements come into play. They are an easy way to spike nitric oxide production. Is it really worth it though?

What the Science Says About N.O.

When you increase the levels of nitric oxide in the blood, even if for a short awhile, you may experience several different benefits.

Blood Flow

  • This is a big benefit. The better your blood flow, the better your nutrient delivery. Also, the more efficiently your body can wipe away lactic acid build-up. Increased levels of nitric oxide may support increased blood flow.


  • If you’ve ever been in a weight room, you know that feeling when you do too many repetitions and you can feel the blood pooling into the muscle. It’s called “the pump” and if you want to see results, that’s what you should be aiming for with every set. Nitric oxide helps to promote and amplify that pump, which may support your fitness goals.


  • Studies show that nitric oxide provides anti-inflammatory benefits, which will help with recovery and muscle soreness.


  • Speaking of recovery, nitric oxide is very helpful post-workout. As mentioned above, it increases blood flow to enhance nutrient delivery while it quickens the removal of lactic acid build-up, which is responsible for muscle soreness.

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Which Ingredients Boost Nitric Oxide Levels?

If you step foot into a supplement store, you’re going to be swarmed by employees who are paid to push certain products on you. Do your research before you buy. If you take a look at the popular studies, you’ll notice that the most commonly used ingredients for nitric oxide boosting are as follows:

  • AAKG (Arginine Alpha-ketoglutarate)
  • L-Norvaline
  • L-Arginine
  • L-Citrulline

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Steven B Abramson. Nitric oxide in inflammation and pain associated with osteoarthritis. Arthritis Res Ther. 2008; 10(Suppl 2): S2. Published online 2008 Oct 17. doi:  10.1186/ar2463.


Bescós R, Sureda A, Tur JA, Pons A. The effect of nitric-oxide-related supplements on human performance. Sports Med. 2012 Feb 1;42(2):99-117.


Álvares TS, Meirelles CM, Bhambhani YN, Paschoalin VM, Gomes PS. L-Arginine as a potential ergogenic aid in healthy subjects. Sports Med. 2011 Mar 1;41(3):233-48.

May 12, 2017


Saunas and Your Health: How Using a Sauna Suit May Save Your Life


If you’re like most people, when you hear the word “sauna”, you immediately think of a relaxing spa environment complete with scented oils and calming music. In other words, you only associate a sauna with giving yourself a much-needed break from time to time. A ground breaking recent study has demonstrated why using a sauna, or exposing yourself to a controlled heat environment, may be the best thing you can do for your health.


Let’s review what science says about sauna usage and your health. We’ll also tell you how you can get these benefits from the comfort your own home without the price tag of a spa membership.

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Saunas Around the World

Sauna usage has been around for thousands of years. Today, saunas are just a normal part of the daily routine in many parts of the world. Countries in Europe and Asia visit the sauna on a daily basis. In fact, many have saunas in their homes.


The view of the sauna in these parts of the world is different from that of the United States. Other countries see sauna use as mandatory for good health, the same way we look at exercise. This view isn’t baseless. Science has shown over and over again just how beneficial using a sauna can be for your health.


One of the most important long term studies on sauna use was recently published and the results are incredible.


The Latest Study: What’s So Special About It?

This study was conducted over a 20-year period with a sample size of 2,315 middle-aged men with an age range of 42 to 60 years old. This is extremely important as it shows the results of a large population over an extended period of time. Most studies last a year, at best. The goal of the study was to monitor the health of these men in relation to the one thing they all had in common: using a sauna.


What Were the Variables of the Study?

The men were divided up into three groups based on weekly sauna usage:


  • Group 1: Visited the sauna 1x per week
  • Group 2: 2 – 3x per week
  • Group 3: 4 – 7x per week


The average amount of time spent in the sauna was 14 minutes and it’s important to note that the average temperature was 175 degrees Fahrenheit / 79.4 degrees Celsius.


What Were the Results of the Study?

Within the 20-year span of the study, naturally subjects began to pass away. The factor that is getting a lot of attention is the “who” when it comes to mortality.


From Group 1, 49% of the men passed away. Remember that this group only visited the sauna once per week.


From Group 2, 38% of the subjects passed away.


Finally, in Group 3, only 31% of the men died.

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The Lesson of the Study

Researchers concluded that the more you use a sauna, the lower your risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD), fatal coronary heart disease (CHD), fatal cardiovascular disease (CVD), and all-cause mortality.


How You Can Get Those Benefits Without Leaving Home

Sounds great, right?

You can easily improve your health and chances of living longer simply by sitting in a hot room.

The problem is price.

There has to be cost effective and convenient way to tap into these benefits.


The Kutting Weight sauna suit is designed to provide the identical conditions that you’d find inside a sauna. It provides the same controlled high heat environment at a fraction of the cost. Best of all, you can enjoy these benefits from the comfort of your own home.


Tell Us What You Think!

Do you use a sauna?

Have you tried the Kutting Weight sauna suit?

What benefits have you noticed?

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Tanjaniina Laukkanen, MSc; Hassan Khan, MD, PhD; Francesco Zaccardi, MD; et al. Association Between Sauna Bathing and Fatal Cardiovascular and All-Cause Mortality Events. JAMA Intern Med. 2015;175(4):542-548. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.8187.

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