Lose Weight with Ruth: Hollywood Producer Gil Adler
It was a pleasure to ...: Hollywood Producer Gil Adler It was a pleasure to meet top Hollywood producer Gil Adler who was a speaker at a Book Publicists of So...
Monday, November 23, 2015
|Hollywood Producer Gil Adler|
Did you know.....
Gil's favorite physical activity is boxing. What a great way to stay in shape!
His favorite food is dark chocolate. He's not alone!
Looking forward to seeing many more future projects.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Lose Weight with Ruth: Lose Weight with my FREE ebook Today!: Lose Weight & Feel Great Do you want to lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle? My multi-award winning ebook The Food Is ...
|Lose Weight & Feel Great|
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Have a nutritious day!
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Lose Weight with Ruth: Happy October 20th World Osteoporsis Day!: Milk, yogurt & cheese for calcium Did you know that 99% of the body’s calcium is stored in the skeleton? Out of 6,9...
Did you know that 99% of the body’s calcium is stored in the skeleton?
Out of 6,908 people, who used the International Osteoporosis Foundation’s Calcium Calculator, 89% of them were deficient in calcium. Breaks down to: 91% Europe; 94% Middle East; 87% Asia-Pacific; 87% Latin America; 85% North America - not consuming enough calcium. The average intake was 594 mg/day. That’s not surprising. Dairy gets a bad rap. People aren’t consuming enough milk, yogurt and cheese.
To get enough calcium, you need:
- · 1,300 mg a day for young people 9-18 years
- · 1,000 mg a day for adults
- · 1,200 mg a day for women over 50 and men over 70
Calcium, along with vitamin D, protein and other nutrients, are necessary to build, maintain and sustain good bone health. If you are not getting enough calcium in your diet, consider taking a calcium supplement.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Lose Weight with Ruth: Appearing Now - Marianne Muellerleile!: Marianne Muellerleile It was a pleasure to meet and talk to the talented and super nice actress, Marianne Muellerleile at CBS Studi...