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Saturday
May182013

15 Favorite Blog Posts, 1 Final Message

One of the most satisfying parts of my week for the past few years has been my Saturday morning routine. Most Saturday mornings, I sit down with a cup of coffee and my laptop to begin writing a post or two for the Life Time Weight Loss blog. I’ve always enjoyed this time because it required me to eliminate other distractions and really consider what I wanted to share with the goal of helping others shape their personal nutrition, metabolism, health, fitness, stress, sleep and other lifestyle choices.

While I’ll likely continue my Saturday morning ritual, I’m writing today’s blog post as a final sign-off from the Life Time Weight Loss blog and Flourish newsletter. For the past 12 years, I’ve been blessed with many roles at Life Time. The past few years were particularly satisfying. We’ve been able to develop some of our most cutting-edge programs and best-in-the-market products, many of which are featured here on the Life Time Weight Loss site.

Together, we’ve also chipped away at the many myths and misunderstandings of what is required to live a healthy way of life, all while upholding a commitment to offer relevant, scientifically-supported, consumer friendly content for more than four years – and counting.

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this movement and am truly excited about all that the team will continue to deliver. As for me, after a LOT of thought, I have decided to move on to pursue a new chapter of my career.

Ralph Waldo Emerson is quoted as saying:

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”

What a great concept to live by. It is with this in mind that, as of May 17, 2013, I’ve concluded my time with Life Time.

If you’ve been following our blog, I hope I’ve been able to share some thoughts and insights that have helped you along your journey toward a healthier way of life.

Over the past several years, we’ve grown our Flourish subscribers from 2,500 to more than 170,000 strong. Thank you for being one of them.  Moving forward, Life Time Weight Loss and the Flourish newsletter objectives will not change.  You should expect that the same great team will carry on with the weekly education provided on our blog, while managing our great programs and products.

Because we add new readers daily, as my final blog post, I thought I’d simply share 15 favorites over the years in no particular order. I hope these posts and the many others written by our Life Time experts help you stay properly informed and sufficiently motivated to achieve your health, performance and/or weight management goals.

  1. 10 Mistakes Exercise Enthusiasts Make
  2. The Healthy Way of Eating
  3. How Moving More May Save Your Life
  4. Why Tracking and Counting Calories Does Not Work - Part 1
  5. Saturated Fat: Wrongfully Accused?
  6. 200 Health and Fitness Tips for Our 200th Issue of Flourish
  7. Eggs, Cigarettes, and More Nutrition Confusion
  8. Why You Should Avoid Orange Juice
  9. Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat — What Does Research Show?
  10. Insulin and Fat Storage
  11. 14 Ways to Get Fatter
  12. 6 Reasons You're Not Losing Body Fat
  13. 6 Healthy High-Fat Foods
  14. What Kind of Stressed Are You?
  15. Life Time Weight Loss Interview | Dr. William Davis - Wheat Belly

Thanks, as always, for reading, sharing the content and continuing the conversations through your comments on the blog posts.

Written by Tom Nikkola – Former Sr. Director of Nutrition and Weight Management

This article is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations in this and other articles is at the choice and risk of the reader. 

 

 

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