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Become a Trainer

Becoming a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) is the first step towards a career in the Fitness Industry.

Not all certifications are the same and not all fitness schools provide Elite Level Education.

Infofit offers group based classroom, as well as private and distance based online learning. Fill out this form and one of our counselors will schedule a call to answer all your questions.

The Skinny on Obesity - Series

sugar can take a serious toll on your health

We posted an article with CBS News 60 minutes reporter Dr. Sanjay Gupta together with Dr. Robert Lustig shared the latest research that backs up old research kept in the dark due to the American Sugar Lobby, showing that beyond obesity and weight gain, sugar can take a serious toll on your health.   Dr. Robert Lustig’s argument made in “Sugar: The Bitter Truth,” a 2009 UCTV video has since gone viral and sparked a national dialogue.  In “The Skinny on Obesity,” a 7-part series from UCTV Prime, Dr. Lustig and two of his UCSF colleagues tease out the science behind this alarming claim and the dire threat it poses to global public health.

How did we get so fat, so fast?

Part (1) How did we get so fat, so fast? The debut episode of this 7-part series debunks the theory that obesity only affects the “gluttons and sloths” among us and is, in fact, a public health problem that impacts everyone.

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overabundance of sugar

Part(2) Dr. Robert Lustig illustrates the over abundance of sugar in today’s processed convenience foods and explains how our bodies metabolize these sugars in the same way as alcohol or other toxins, causing damage to the liver and other organs.

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Sugar impacts the brain just as much as the waistline

Part(3) Sugar impacts the brain just as much as the waistline. In this episode, Dr. Robert Lustig explains the biochemical shifts that sugar causes, making us store fat and feel hungry at the same time.

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cycle of addiction

Part(4) Sugar isn’t just sweet, it’s addictive. This episode explores the cycle of addiction that sugar causes in the brain, much in the same way as drugs and alcohol.

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obesity can be passed on from mother to fetus

Part (5) An unnerving trend of obese infants is just one indication that obesity can be passed on from mother to fetus. This instalment looks towards the next generation, with an emphasis on preventive care and pre-natal health.

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the stress connection

Part (6) The pace of modern life is a key contributor to today’s obesity epidemic. UCSF’s Elissa Epel and Barbara Laraia explain the stress connection and offer practical and effective solutions that don’t involve dieting and exercise.

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nearly impossible to avoid sugar

Part (7) UCSF experts offer a frank indictment of the country’s agricultural policy and food industry, which have made it nearly impossible to avoid sugar in our daily diet, and suggestions for possible remedies.

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