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Coconut Oil Is Now Called a “Miracle” Dental Bacteria Killer #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 26, 2014


Searching for the right substitute for toothpastes which is also loaded with fluoride, sulfates, and other such bacteria killers? If yes, then scientific research has some great news for you: A natural ingredient can do wonders to your oral health. This natural ingredient is the coconut oil, better known as magical oil that is full of “miracle” powers. What makes it unique is that it is not only useful to fight tooth decay, but is known as a killer that crushes the yeast, candida albicans from your mouth. This yeast is said to be dangerous, and can cause deadly infections.

Though natural health professionals have been suggesting coconut oil since decades, there is enough of research that proves this natural tooth remedy well.

Treatment for Candida Albicans

Conducted in the Athlone Institute of Technology, some researchers from Ireland examined the after-effects of digested and natural coconut oil on some common bacteria strains existing in the mouth. They came up with some amazing findings: The coconut oil could effectively reduce the majority of bacteria strains, and was also proven to be a good source to eliminate candida albicans from the mouth. Since this harmful yeast, candida albicans comes into existence because of the intake of excessive sugar and processed foods, it is crucial to get a solid solution to get rid of this yeast. And yes, the coconut oil is proven to be the right solution to this.

A Remedy for the “Candy Disease”

Also known as the Candida overgrowth, this candy disease or the Candida infection can be related with various symptoms such as chronic tiredness, digestive issues, and frequent yeast infections. Though patients suffering from the candy disease may know about its treatment already, they can also look forward to using coconut oil for the same. Keeping this in consideration, researchers have been highlighting the usefulness of coconut oil as the alternative for medicines related to dental treatments.

In the report, scientists have reported that this natural oil can be one of the best alternatives to chemical dental products that include added fluoride and different sulfate chemicals.

What to Consider When Buying the Best Coconut Oil

Now that you know about the potential contribution of using coconut oil as natural cure to various dental diseases, it is essential to ensure that you have purchased the right coconut oil. You have two choices, i.e. to buy high-quality, 100% organic coconut oil online, or from a reputable local store. Though the choice is yours, you need to make sure that you buy the right one.

Here are some useful tips to get the most from the purchase of coconut oil:

1. Check the labeling of the coconut oil brand. Is it USDA certified? If yes, then this indicates that it is a reliable brand.

2. It should be cold-pressed, unrefined, and 100% organic.

Many people are still not aware of the use of coconut oil as a dental treatment. However, there is still a lot to research on this interesting finding.

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“Root Canals – Facts vs. Fictions” The Cover up….

January 8, 2014


Root Canals – Facts vs. Fictions

If one of your teeth begins to hurt, your dentist may suggest that you have a “root canal.” This is accomplished by drilling a hole on the top of your tooth, inserting an auger, and ripping out the artery and nerve. The root canal area is cleaned, sterilized, and disinfected. Then the inside of the tooth is filled, and the hole is typically sealed with a crown. Each year, millions of root canals are done with an apparent success rate of over 90%. In other words, there is no pain, and the X-rays indicate that the tooth has been “healed.” Unfortunately, this masks a problem which can still be occurring.

You see, there are over 3 miles of tubules (tiny channels) in every tooth, and only an insane (or delusional) dentist would claim to be able to clean or sterilize 100% of the 3 miles of tubules. This then leaves areas of necrotic (dead) tissue in the tooth to continue decomposing and being infected. Our immune system’s white blood cells don’t travel into tubules nor do antibiotics filter into these areas. Thus, the tubules become a “safe haven” for microbes (viruses, yeasts, fungi, molds, bacteria, etc). And since the nerve tissue, blood vessels, and living tissue inside the tooth have been removed, it is now dead.

If you went to the doctor and told him that your appendix hurts and he told you that he was going to cut the nerve to the appendix so you won’t feel the pain and then rip the artery off the appendix so it will die, I think you would probably find another doctor. To my knowledge, dentists are the only physicians that purposely leave *DEAD* tissue in the body. Dentist Frank Jerome stated: “The idea of keeping a dead, infected organ in the body is only thought to be a good idea by dentists. A root canal-treated tooth always negatively affects your immune system.” Using the example above, if your appendix dies and you don’t remove it, you will die from peritonitis. The medical fact is this: ALL DEAD TISSUE GETS INFECTED.

In the image below, you can see a study published in the Endodontists Journal. (Endodontists are root canal specialists.) In the study, they took people that were going to have wisdom teeth removed and performed a root canal on one side and then removed both wisdom teeth in three months. As you can see, the tooth that didn’t have anything done had only 1.1% of the tubules infected (i.e. 98.9% healthy). However, the tooth that had a root canal three months earlier had 39% of the tubules infected and only 61% healthy.

Way back in the 1920’s, Dr. Weston A. Price performed experiments which at first were hailed by the American Dental Association, but which were later ignored. Dr. Price suspected that bacterial infection accompanied many degenerative diseases, and he suspected that these infections arose from the teeth. He decided to implant an extracted root-filled tooth under the skin of an animal. He found that by implanting the root-filled tooth, the disease of the patient was transferred to animals. Whatever disease the patient had, the animal with the extracted tooth under its skin developed the same disease as the patient. He also observed that when root-filled teeth were taken out using correct techniques then a variety of health problems improved, from arthritis to kidney problems to cancer. This was done with hundreds of patients.

What Dr. Price reported and what he found with the tests which involved some 5,000 animals over the 25-year period was that “root canal teeth,” no matter how good they looked, or how free they were from symptoms, always remained infected. Dr. Price documented his findings in two monumental volumes entitled Dental Infections Oral & Systemic and Dental Infections and the Degenerative Diseases. Not surprisingly, the books were effectively suppressed for 50 years until Dr. George Meinig, a retired endodontist discovered these books and republished a shortened version of these books called Root Canal Cover-up. Meinig, who actually invented the root canal procedure, spent the last years of his career trying to get dentists to stop doing the procedure which he invented.

Obviously, many people appear to be able to handle root canals with no ill effects. The problem is that we have no way of knowing if or when our toxic threshold will be reached or how much it will damage the immune system. Without question, root canals are a burden to our bodies, and especially to our immune systems. When our immune systems are at a low point, the microorganisms or toxins produced by the bacteria more readily move toward a target organ in the body based on acupuncture meridians. If you are healthy and strong, the better the odds that the toxins from the root canal will be quarantined and not have a systemic effect. Based on my research, the safest action is extraction of the tooth.

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Identify low progesterone and raise low levels naturally #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 7, 2014

Did you know that charting two signs your body gives you will give you a good estimation of your progesterone levels and there are some simple things you can try to do to raise those levels if they are low?

Unfortunately, low progesterone is really common. Though this is often not severe enough to affect fertility, there are many other things that can be affected, as seen in my post about why to work on your hormonal health even if you aren’t trying to get pregnant.

So how might you discover that your progesterone is low? While charting, there are a few things that you can see that may point to low progesterone, without having to get blood or saliva tests! These include:

  • Temperatures on or below the cover line.

  • A slow temperature rise at ovulation.

  • Temperatures falling multiple days before the onset of menstruation.

  • Spotting multiple days before the onset of menstruation.

  • A short luteal phase (it’s ideal if your luteal phase is 12-16 days, but 10 might not be a problem).

  • Fertile type cervical fluid during most of your luteal phase.

  • PMS.

  • Tender breasts.

Alone, any of these happening may not mean much, but if you have a few of these symptoms there is a good chance your progesterone levels are low.

If you don’t know what any of that means, you may want to learn the sympto-thermal method of fertility awareness. If you do know what that means, and think you have a few of those symptoms, here are some ideas for healthier progesterone levels.

How to increase progesterone levels naturally

De-stress. If you are chronically stressed and have your cortisol going in overdrive your progesterone levels are at stake. Cortisol production competes with progesterone production.

How is your cholesterol? Nope, I’m not wondering if your cholesterol is too high. If your cholesterol levels are too low you may not be making enough pregnenolone, which is used to make progesterone. Try eating farm eggs and grass-fed butter.

Healthy adrenals help. They house a steroid DHEA, that is essential in the production of progesterone. One way to help foster adrenal health is by working with natural circadian rhythms. Try to get to sleep earlier (like by 10 at the latest) and get up earlier.

Vitamins and minerals. Vitamin B6 is essential to forming a good corpus luteum, which is your big progesterone producer. Magnesium is important to break down excess estrogens, so making sure you have good levels of magnesium can help the balance of estrogen and progesterone. Keep in mind that the first way to get in the nutrition you need is through good food, not supplements.

Eat organically. This is to help minimize exposure to estrogen, which, if out of balance with progesterone, will give you the same symptoms as a progesterone deficiency. Particularly make sure your animal products are organic.

Herbs. Turmeric, thyme, and oregano are all thought to help raise progesterone levels. Vitex (chasteberry) is known to help balance hormones overall. Though, this reportedly kills libido in some women and would be the last on the list of things to try!

These are some ideas to get you started. As with any healing you do, what you choose to use is going to be dependent on what has caused the issue and what you seem to do best on. The above listed methods are things that should help your health overall and are quite benign. If you do not want to wait or have not had luck with anything holistic, you may want to consult your doctor or other health care practitioner for synthetic or natural progesterone sources.

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Seaweed the Super food health benefits #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 7, 2014

Perhaps you are looking for something new to eat. One of the most amazing things about food is that they are found in all shapes and sizes. And oftentimes, it’s all about trying to discover more of them. One of the best foods you can try out today is seaweed. A staple food in places such as Japan, seaweed has different properties that make it a great eat.

This article will provide you with everything you need to know about eating seaweed

Seaweed for food explained

There are all kinds of seaweed that can be consumed as food. All of them are harvested from the sea floor and are usually dried to be made ready for consumption. The most popular form of edible seaweed is called nori. Derived from red Japanese seaweed, it gets its trademark black/green color from drying. But other types of seaweed, such as kelp, are also consumed as food.

The consumption of seaweed worldwide

You may first associate the consumption of seaweed with Japan. Not only is this popularly used as an ingredient for local dishes such as sushi, but it can also be eaten like chips. But other countries, such as Korea, also consider seaweed as a staple food. In fact, in Korea, it is even served as a traditional dish. Not only is it served during birthdays, but it is also served for women who just gave birth. This is due to the belief that seaweed has rejuvenating properties.

The health benefits of seaweed explained

At first, you may think that the health benefits of seaweed are only superstitious beliefs and have no solid scientific basis. But as various researches would later prove, this product actually has legitimate health benefits. Scientific research has revealed that seaweed actually contains a high amount of nutrients that help in preventing diseases. Not only are is it found to be rich in protein, but it’s also renowned for its ability to reduce blood pressure.

Benefits of Seaweeds

  • Blood Purifying: The chemical composition of seaweeds is so close to human blood plasma, that they are excellent at regulating and purifying our blood.
  • High in Calcium: They can contain up to 10 times more calcium than milk and 8 times as much as beef.
  • Alkalizing:They help to alkalize our blood, neutralizing the over-acidic effects of our modern diet.
  • Have Powerful Chelating Properties: They offer protection from a wide array of environmental toxins, including heavy metals, pollutants and radiation by-products, by converting them to harmless salts that the body can eliminate easily.
  • Contain Anti-oxidants: Seaweeds contain lignans (naturally occurring chemical compounds) which have anti cancer properties.
  • Detoxifying: They are rich in chlorophyll (the pigment that makes some seaweeds green) which is a powerful, natural detoxifier that helps to draw out waste products.
  • Boost Weight loss: Seaweeds play a role in boosting weight loss and deterring cellulite build-up. Their naturally high concentration of iodine, helps to stimulate the thyroid gland, which is responsible for maintaining a healthy metabolism. At the same time, its’ minerals act like electrolytes to break the chemical bonds that seal the fat cells, allowing trapped wastes to escape.

Ways to consume seaweed

There are different ways to eat seaweed, and virtually all of them allow you to savor its unique taste and health benefits. It is usually prepared by boiling raw seaweed in water containing salt, pepper and olive oil. It can also be used as a wrap for dishes such as sushi. Other preparations include dried strips that resemble chips and noodles. It has a unique flavor, though some might need to get used to its somewhat salty taste.

Where to buy seaweed

One great thing about this product is that it not only contains a lot of nutrients but also involves minimal processing. This makes seaweed a uniquely healthy product. The best place to buy them is at Asian markets and specialty sections at your local supermarket.

Seaweeds That You Can Enjoy Everyday


Nori is best known as the seaweed used to make sushi rolls. You can make your own at home, but make sure you use the untoasted nori sheets for maximum nutrient content.


Kelp, also known as brown algae, is the most common seaweed found along the ocean shores. Due to its thick leaves it is perfect for a hot seaweed bath. It is also available in supplement form.


Dulse is a red seaweed and can be bought either whole or as flakes. Dulse sold as flakes does not need to be soaked and can be added straight to any meal. Whole dulse is better soaked, drained of water, and sliced before adding to your dish. It is great to use as seasoning on salads, vegetables and soups.


Arame is a ‘black’ stringy looking seaweed. It needs to be soaked for a few minutes before it is added to cooking, where it will double in size.  It can be added to any grain dishes, stir fries, soups, salads and curries.


A deep green seaweed, wakame is sold fresh or dehydrated. It tastes best when hydrated in water for a few minutes before being used. Sprinkle in soups, stocks, stews, stir fries or savory dishes.


Used in Japan for centuries as a mineral rich flavour enhancer. Add a strip of kombu when cooking beans to make them more digestible and to reduce gas. Add a strip of kombu to your sprouts when soaking them to allow them to soak up the minerals.

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Natural remedies for constipation #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 7, 2014

Long before Big Pharma, people used a variety of natural remedies to ease digestive woes. Now that modern medicines are available to treat everything from indigestion to constipation, however, many people still prefer to seek relief from natural products that have stood the test of time. But do they work, and are they safe?

Here is the lowdown on a few of the ones I regularly encounter:

• Aloe Vera: commonly used to treat constipation

Aloe supplements come in two forms: capsules and juice. They typically contain one of two compounds – aloe latex or aloe gel. Aloe latex is extracted from underneath the skin of the aloe leaf. Its active ingredient – aloin – is a stimulant that may increase contractions in the colon. It also decreases reabsorption of water in the colon, leading to softer, more easily passed stools.

Aloe gel is taken from the inner part of the aloe leaf and is generally less effective than latex as a laxative. Bottled aloe juice typically contains Aloe gel. Capsules may be formulated with crushed whole aloe leaves, which contain both latex and gel, or with the gel only.

There are multiple safety and efficacy concerns related to regular aloe vera supplementation, particularly of latex-containing products. For starters, once people begin taking aloe supplements regularly, they tend to develop a tolerance, requiring increased doses to maintain the effect. As the dose increases, safety is of increasing concern: case reports of fatalities and severe kidney dysfunction have been reported with high doses (1 gram per day) of aloe latex.

Aloe latex was once sold as an over-the-counter laxative medication but was banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2002 because of these safety concerns; however, the ingredient remains in circulation when sold as a dietary supplement. Products derived from crushed whole aloe leaf will contain some latex naturally; other products that list aloe “inner leaf” as an ingredient will also have it.


Aloe gel appears to be safe. Aloe can also interact with several types of medications – including certain diuretics, heart drugs, steroids and oral hypoglycemic agents for diabetes – causing dangerous electrolyte imbalances or hypoglycemia. Ingesting aloe as a laxative during pregnancy is of particular concern as it may cause birth defects or be toxic to the fetus.

Bottom line: It may work for a period of time, but it’s not recommended for long-term use since the risks seem to outweigh the benefits. There are several safer natural laxatives out there. (Prunes, anyone?)

• Licorice Root: commonly used to treat heartburn and stomach ulcers.

Licorice root contains multiple compounds thought to benefit digestive ailments. In test tubes, licorice-derived compounds have been shown to inhibit the activity of Helicobacter pylori, a species of bacteria linked to gastric ulcers and gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining); whether this effect would occur in the human body remains to be established. An active compound in licorice called glycyrrhizic acid that – in addition to its utility as a Scrabble word when you run out of vowels – may help ulcers heal by increasing mucous cell secretion and cell growth.

Glycyrrhizic acid, however, has a potentially dangerous side effect. It can severely alter blood pressure and potassium levels – particularly with prolonged use of high doses. As a safety precaution, many licorice supplements contain “deglycyrrhizinated” (“or deglycerized”) licorice – abbreviated as DGL. Unfortunately, human studies generally have not supported a benefit of deglycerized licorice in helping gastric ulcers heal more quickly. Note that many “licorice” products are actually made with anise oil, which smells and tastes like licorice but doesn’t contain the real thing.

Bottom line: It may help calm mild cases of gastritis but isn’t likely to help heal an ulcer. Choose deglycyrrhizinated (deglycerized) licorice products only, and check with your doctor if you use any other medications to prevent harmful interactions. Pregnant women should avoid all forms of it because of a possible increased risk of pre-term labor.


• Peppermint: commonly used to treat abdominal pain in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Peppermint oil contains menthol, a smooth muscle relaxant that can also desensitize pain receptors in the gut when used regularly. Used supplementally in the form of capsules or herbal tea, peppermint oil has been shown to relieve stomach pain, flatulence and mild gastrointestinal spasms. These spasms are often responsible for IBS symptoms like urgent, frequent bowel movements and borborygmi – gurgling or rumbling sensations in the bowels.

A review of 16 clinical trials found that enteric-coated peppermint oil capsules were significantly more effective in treating IBS symptoms or abdominal pain compared to a placebo. Peppermint oil was also found to be equally effective as certain anticholinergic drugs – prescription medications that inhibit smooth muscle contraction.

Since peppermint oil relaxes smooth muscle along the entire length of the digestive tract, however, it may worsen reflux in people with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) – or in pregnant women prone to heartburn. This is because it relaxes the opening between the stomach and esophagus, giving excess stomach acid the opportunity to creep into the esophagus. Inexplicably, several brands of over-the-counter antacidsfor heartburn are offered in mint flavor; I advise my patients to avoid these!

Bottom line: It works! But avoid it if you are prone to heartburn.

• Activated Charcoal: commonly used to treat stinky gas

Activated charcoal is regular charcoal that has been specially treated to bind to organic molecules of all kinds – including smelly, sulfur-containing ones, thereby neutralizing their odor. For oral use, activated charcoal is sold as capsules, a powder or in biscuits. Activated charcoal is often used in external devices like briefs, pads, seat cushions and filters placed on colostomy bags.

In theory, ingesting activated charcoal might also reduce these odors in the colon before gas even leaves the body. But evidence of activated charcoal’s effectiveness has been mixed, and studies have generally been too small to be generalizable. A study conducted on British dogsshowed that activated charcoal supplements significantly reduced episodes of flatulence with “bad or unbearable odor” (I’m not making this up), though it’s unclear whether these findings can be extrapolated to American dogs – or humans, for that matter.

Despite its promise as Febreeze for flatulence, activated charcoal is not without its adverse effects. For one, it can be incredibly constipating, which is why many products are formulated with sorbitol, a sugar alcohol with laxative effects. Secondly, activated charcoal binds to all organic molecules – including those in medications you may be taking – inhibiting their absorption. Therefore, it’s important to dose medications – particularly thyroid medications – and active charcoal supplements several hours apart.

Bottom line: It may minimize the odor of foul-smelling intestinal gas, but it won’t reduce the amount of gas you produce. Use with caution if you’re prone to constipation or take other medications.

A little water with unfiltered, non-pasteurized apple cider vinegar or a betaine HCL (hydrochloric) just before each meal is often recommended to boost stomach acids that begin the first major step of digestion, especially for older folks.

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Top natural antibiotics and anti-virals #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 7, 2014

Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibacterial power of the mold Penicillium notatum in 1928. Even though it was a natural healing agent effective in destroying Staphylococcus aureus and other noxious bacteria, the pharmaceutical industry got hold of nature’s bounty and it became — along with multiple other Big Pharma inventions — the nightmare of modern antibiotics, causing as many problems for mankind as they were supposed to help. Because of the overuse of antibiotics, super-bugs have developed that are resistant to all but the most powerful drugs, whose side effects are often dangerous.

In nature’s infinite wisdom, several other highly effective substances exist with antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties, all able to protect the human body safely and with deep healing powers. You don’t have to go much farther than the refrigerator or your pantry cupboard to find safe, delicious foods and herbs to eradicate the most virulent bacteria and viruses.


Garlic has been used worldwide for thousands of years for medicinal purposes. This wonder plant treats everything from a simple earache to pneumonia, MRSA, Helicobacter pylori, the flu and even the black plague. Contemporary research has confirmed that garlic possesses numerous antioxidants that kill bacteria and free radicals in the blood protecting the immune system and making it stronger. Garlic’s active ingredient allicin can also attack and destroy a variety of viruses — unlike modern antibiotics — as well as fugal infections, such as candida. Taking garlic supplements as a prophylactic may help to protect against various pathogens and prevent the onset of disease.


Echinacea has been used for hundreds of years to strengthen the immune system and fight a variety of infections. Traditionally, echinacea was used to treat open wounds, diptheria, cellulitis, blood poisoning, syphilitic lesions and other bacterial-related diseases. Although it’s mostly used today for fighting colds and flu, this potent herb possesses the ability to destroy the most virulent bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus which causes deadly MRSA.

Colloidal Silver

The germicidal and antibacterial properties of colloidal silver were discovered almost a century ago. Numerous clinical cases and anecdotal evidence provides us with the knowledge of the power of colloidal silver to kill bacteria, fungal infections and viruses. Even though the FDA has tried to discredit the efficacy of this important healing substance, the effects of colloidal silver in the treatment of bacterial diseases such as MRSA, topical wounds, sores and infections speaks for itself.

Pau D’Arco

Pau d’Arco is an herb native to South America whose active ingredient lapachol, has been found to relieve a wide range of infections include those initiated by bacteria, viruses and fungus. Studies suggest that Pau d’arco may also have cancer-fighting properties, although more research is needed. Pau d’arco was used by the Indians of South America to strengthen the immune system and fight life-threatening diseases. It’s best consumed as a tea or decoction.

Manuka Honey

The most delicious and deadly agent that works to kill bacteria is Manuka honey, which comes from Australia and New Zealand. Researchers have discovered that Manuka honey applied topically can kill a wide range of pathogens, including MRSA and flesh-eating bacteria. Scientists were pleased by the fact that the treated bacteria didn’t build up any resistance, rendering the honey ineffective.


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The 3 Best Butt Transformation Exercises #Sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 6, 2014


Quick Tip: Try this mixture to help speed up the transformation this will help burn the fat cell faster to help shape those Thighs and muffin top

What are the best butt exercises for women? What about for men? To be honest there’s not much difference. If you want a butt you could bounce quarters off of you gotta build muscle and lose fat. Duh. So what are the best butt exercises?

1. Dumbbell Walking Lunge

1. Begin standing upright holding a dumbbell in each hand at your sides.

2. Keeping your abs tight, take a step forward with one leg. Focus on landing on the heel of your foot versus the ball.

3. Naturally lower your body until the knee of the opposite leg is almost touching the floor. The lower leg will provide assistance in moving forward as well the standing leg (you’ll feel it in your butt on the side of the standing leg.)

4. The lower leg makes the next move and becomes the standing leg, and so on. Think of a lunge as an exaggerated “walk.” If you’re new to the exercise it’ll be easier to try it without weights to begin.

Bench Butt Raises

1. Lie flat on the floor with your feet on a bench. They’re not going to be flat on the bench, you’re basically using it to push against.

2. With your arms by your side and abs tight, imagine a string attached to your bellybutton pulling your butt off the floor until your back is straight. Your pelvis should be “pointing” above your head at the top of the move versus straight to the ceiling at the beginning of the move.

3. Keeping your buttocks muscles contracted and abs tight, lower yourself back to the floor. Keep going for a full set before resting.

Pistol Squats – Notice – This is an advanced move that requires great balance and coordination. If you’ve never tried it before I suggest you hold onto the wall or a chair for support. Not only is it one of the best butt exercises, but it’s a great quad exercises as well.

1. Standing upright you’ll begin by simultaneously extending your arms and one leg in front of you as you squat to the floor.

2. Lower yourself until the extended leg is about parallel to the floor. Your arms are extended towards your extended leg. Imagine touching your toes.

3. Using the foot that is firmly on the floor, focus on pushing through your heel to an upright position as you bring the extended leg back in to an upright position.


Bouns exercises for A Perky Butt

Target: The latissimus dorsi

Why it works: The lats are big back muscles. They’re attached to your glutes (aka butt muscles) by deep tissue—right lat to left cheek and vice versa, in a crisscross. “They’re connected, so making your lats stronger will help your glutes engage more effectively,” says Abbie Appel, a master trainer in Boca Raton, Florida.

Why you care: Because engaged glutes mean you’ll turbocharge the tush-tightening powers of every lower-body exercise you do.


You Want: A Butt Dimple

Target: The gluteus medius

Why it works: You may think you’re defining your booty doing routine squats and lunges, but stronger muscles, like hamstrings, tend to take over.

Which stinks, because the medius—the fan-shaped muscle that creates the booty divot—gets no love, explains Brent Brookbush, a trainer in NYC and the author of Fitness or Fiction. Pay that medius attention: Toners that have you balance on one leg will zero in on the muscle and give it one big honing hug.

Try this mixture to help speed up the transformation this will help burn the fat cell faster to help shape those Thighs and muffin top

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