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Jackie Wicks
co-founder of PEERtrainer
Interests: skiing, - tennis, roller blading but tennis comes first these days. i love it! - the autobots and decepticons and of course dora.
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We have put together a new (and free) program to teach you how to train your body to burn visceral fat. The course teaches you the specific exercises and exercise types that will help you use fat as an energy... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2016 at PEERtrainer
We just created an email list for people looking for deals on High Quality Breakfast Shakes. When you sign up you will get instant access to a ONE TIME 35% coupon for a 1 month supply of breakfast protein. You... Continue reading
Posted Sep 22, 2015 at PEERtrainer
Since the launch of The Cheat System Diet in May of 2014- we have seen people have a lot of success with the 21 day program. But the MOST interesting result has been that people feel a ton better- physically,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2014 at PEERtrainer
By Jackie Wicks PEERtrainer Founder The PEERtrainer Cheat System is a simple to follow diet, that makes weight loss easier and less frustrating. The objective is to help guide you towards a way of eating that will make it easier to lose weight, give you more energy and help you feel better. When you enter your email below you will be sent a free copy of the diet! The PEERtrainer Cheat System is an advanced weight loss and health plan, made super easy, and designed to work with, not against how the brain actually works. Here are some leading doctors... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2014 at PEERtrainer Diet
The idea that yeast is a common allergen is a misinterpretation of some blood tests that often get run in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) like Crohn's, ulcerative colitis (UC), and celiac. When someone suffers from these diseases, they frequently also have compromised integrity of the intestinal lining. This allows more potential antigens to enter the blood, which will stimulate an immune reaction. Anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies (ASCA) can be used as a diagnostic tool for IBD, because people with IBD can be expected to frequently have compromised linings compared to healthy controls. Thus, people with IBD tend to produce ASCA when... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2014 at PEERtrainer Diet
Hi There- We are starting something new and fun, and something that EVERYONE should be able to easily do. We are creating a 14 day challenge, where the objective is to complete a "daily one thing." This DAILY ONE THING... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2014 at PEERtrainer
Jackie Wicks has shared their blog PEERtrainer Recipes
Feb 17, 2014
Jackie Wicks has shared their blog PEERtrainer Health
Feb 17, 2014
Jackie Wicks has shared their blog PEERtrainer Fitness
Feb 17, 2014
Jackie Wicks has shared their blog PEERtrainer
Feb 17, 2014
This is a recipe that will help anyone following the PEERtrainer Cheat System or doing the cleanse. It is a yummy, nutrient dense, detoxifying powerhouse of a recipe that will fill you up and make you feel great!!! What I like about this recipe is that it uses just one spice/herb in addition to salt and pepper. This makes it easy! Cauliflower with sweet onion and bacon Inspired by COOKFRESH 2 slices of Bacon (feel free to rock your inner bacon if need be) 1/2 pound of fresh spinach leaves 1 lb of chopped cauliflower. Usually a large head, chopped... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2013 at PEERtrainer Recipes
This breakfast shake success formula helps you burn fat by taking sugar and bad carbs OUT of the equation for you at breakfast time. Breakfast is the meal that sets your metabolic tone for the day, and you literally can... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2013 at PEERtrainer
If you are looking to get back on track with your weight loss, fitness and health efforts, one of the most helpful tips we can give you is to go easy on yourself and embrace imperfection. When you give yourself... Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2012 at PEERtrainer
This is a variation of the PEERtrainer Energy Soup that we have been making for years. This variation takes less time, and I find it very easy to make in the morning, and it lasts 2 days usually. It also has a very different taste and color. Ingredients 1 box (32 fl oz (1 quart) 946 ml of PACIFIC organic soup starter: Chicken Pho Soup Base 3 large heads of organic fresh broccoli (only 1/2 the stems) 1/2 of a large head of organic fresh cauliflower 10 shitake mushrooms (or 1 box of regular button mushrooms, washed) 1 can of... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2012 at PEERtrainer Recipes
This is the first half of notes from the latest Q and A. People had asked us for an easier way to digest the calls, so we are experimenting with this. We are also publishing this for the whole PEERtrainer community to see. We have a lot of people who are successful right away- and some for whom it takes some more effort. We are making a big effort to paint as realistic picture as possible, to show you the full range of results. The rest of the notes will be published tommorrow on this same post. Question 1: A... Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
We recently asked our friend Jonny Bowden the following question: "Can stress prevent you from burning fat-even when you exercise and eat right?" His answer is interesting because it is a component of something called 'Weight Loss Resistance"- that sense... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2012 at PEERtrainer
This is a segment from a larger guide to sweeteners: Do Artificial Sweeteners Promote Weight Gain? The biggest reason to avoid artificial sweeteners is not related to their potential toxicity, but is rather related to their purpose. The only reason to use a zero-calorie sweetener is to avoid... the excess calories one would ingest through the use of a real sugar, in an effort to reduce total daily caloric intake. While this goal is achieved in the very short-term, all evidence suggests the use of artificial sweeteners perpetually leads to increased daily caloric intake. Research shows that when we consume... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
This is a small excerpt from a new guide to protein on PEERtrainer. This section helps to shed light on an interesting subject. So often we hear that vegetables are not a complete protein. Here is what that really means: "One concept always brought up when debating animal versus plant protein is the completeness of the protein. Animal proteins offer a complete array of the amino acids our body needs, and has always been set as the golden standard of protein completeness. Vegetable proteins, on the other hand, are derided as being "incomplete", or lacking in certain essential amino acids.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
We just published a new article titled "Natural Weight Loss" and we go into the science of how people lose weight naturally. You might think that this article will go into all sorts of weird tips of how you go into a health food store and find some weird herbs and things. You would be wrong! Instead this article goes into some very simple suggestions that you need to take that will help you lose weight in a natural manner. Read the whole thing. Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
One of the biggest challenges we have at PEERtrainer is when we are introducing a new idea that contradicts a deeply held belief or thought. The areas of cleanses is a prime example. When most people think of cleanses, they think of things like The Master Cleanse, colonic cleanses, juice fasts or other things where there truly is a negative connotation. These cleanses feature water, sugar and juice and no other food. They are essentially liquid fasts. The most important concept to communicate here is that your body detoxes naturally. And there are two distinct phases of this process. Step... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
We recently conducted a survey of the PEERtrainer community, and asked people a simple question. Did you gain or lose weight in 2011? The wonderful thing is about half the people who responded did! For the people who lost weight,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2012 at PEERtrainer
By Habib Wicks, PEERtrainer co-founder At PEERtrainer we have been following Stephen Covey's advice, being very mindful of the space between stimulus and response, following the publication of an article on the difficulty of weight loss from a widely followed blogger at the New York Times. Many people have read the article and asked our opinion of it, because the conclusion it reaches is completely, 180 degrees opposite of everything we have learned running this company. We have talked to a lot of people in our industry, and also considered our own experience helping guide people toward healthy, long term... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2012 at PEERtrainer Diet
We are putting together a fun challenge for participants of the PEERtrainer Fresh Start Cleanse, to celebrate the best success stories of weight loss, health and personal habit change. We are not focusing just on the pounds. Rather the focus... Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2011 at PEERtrainer
Weight Watchers rolls out new changes to their core program every year around this time. Last year they introduced the Points Plus Program. This year they are rolling out some adjustments to the Points Plus Program, and are calling it Points Plus 2012. We have put together a quick look at the three most important changes to the program. Some Of The Changes: 1. Greater flexibility With Daily Points Plus Ranges. According to David Kirchhoff, Weight Watchers CEO, the company has adjusted its system to provide "a new level of flexibility to allow members and subscribers to fine-tune the program... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2011 at PEERtrainer Diet
There is always a gap between the things that people feel they should be doing, and the things they actually are doing. If you could, take a quick second and think about some new ideas to help your health and... Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2011 at PEERtrainer