Category Archives: Health Care Plans

Meal plan for extreme weight loss

You need to have a concrete diet routine in place if you are to lose a great amount of weight fast. To help guide you along the hectic journey that weight loss can be, here is a meal plan for extreme weight loss to put you on your way to fitness in no time at […]

Health and Money: Disability Insurance

I asked Kristi (a 32 year old woman who suffers from an extremely rare, serious and disabling neuromuscular disease called Stiff-Person Syndrome (SPS), as well as Myasthenia Gravis and Gastroparesis) while I had her on the phone, “If she knew then, what she knows now, what would she do differently?” One of the first things […]

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How to Get Cheap Health Insurance – Do Your Research

We all want to know how to get cheap health insurance. Why? We all need at least a basic, high deductible policy that will protect our assets if we are hospitalized.   Think rotator cuff surgery isn’t a big deal…after all it is usually an outpatient procedure. I mean how much could it cost. Would […]

How Will The New Health Insurance Laws Affect You?

The new year is fast approaching and with it comes the necessity to make your health insurance selections for next year. What you and many others might not be aware of is the new changes in your current benefits and out of pocket expenses that these changes in the coming year will bring, depending on […]

Diet Plans And Menus – The Low Carb Diet

The Low Carb Diet makes you burn calories by exercising. Its program objectives include reinforcing your muscles and building your endurance. Eat according to your body’s needs. Your body requires water, fiber, proteins, essential fatty acids, natural glucides, and micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals. Because glucide abuse leads to weight gain, the Low Carb […]

Will Health Insurance Reform Improve U.S. Life Expectancy?

Since 1975, medical innovations have resulted in life expectancies rising in all developed countries. The United States is no different. However, in this respect, America is not number one. For example, 45-year-old men saw their 15-year survival rates drop to 12th place (from third) in 2005. Women of the same age also had significantly lower […]

Diet Plans And Menus – The Genotype Diet

The Genotype Diet was created by Peter J. d’Adamo. It centers on the interaction between genes and the environment. According to d’Adamo food may be used to change your genes’ behavior. He classifies people into six genotypes: hunters, gatherers, teachers, explorers, warriors, and nomads. The hunter’s diet is carnivorous and low in lectins and glutens. […]

Diet Plans And Menus – The Dissociated Diet

The Dissociated Diet is based on the theory of equilibrium between acids and bases. It works according to the laws of digestion. The main idea is to avoid eating the three major food groups at the same time, as this is said to wreak havoc on the digestive system. These three groups are glucides, proteins, […]

Diet Plans And Menus – The Cretan Diet

The Cretan Diet has been inspired by the traditional foods of Crete, which is one lovely Greek isle. This diet is based on a regime rich in vegetables, fruits, grains, olive oil, some dairy products, fish, and seafood. Foods rich in saturated fats such as red meat, cold cuts, sunflower seed oil, and butter and […]

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What Health Care Reform Could Mean For Your Clients Long Term Care Plan

If we are unclear about what the act offers and when help will arrive, imagine the confusion and uncertainty among our senior community regarding what this act really means to them. Early estimates suggest that willing participants will receive roughly $ 50 to $ 75 per day in benefits. Will that really be enough down […]