Your Way out of the Obesity Epidemic by Dave Pal
... The formula for the body fat calculator is BMI = kg/m2. The weight in kilograms is divided by the square of the height (in meters). If you have your height in inches, then multiply it with 0.00254. Similarly weight in pounds if multiplied by 0.45 is converted to kilograms. • A BMI of 19 to 24.9 is considered normal weight • A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is consideredover weight• A BMI of 30 and above is considered obese Factors that influence obesity are many and can include genetic, environmental, ...
Is Zone Diet a Fad? by Lulia Pascanu
... It makes miraculous claims The Zone will help you to: * lose up to 1.5 lbs body fat per week * improve your insulin level (which should particulary be "not too high not too low") * fight against "modern diseases" such as type II diabetes and blood vessel affections * fight against "mental illnesses" such as depresion and alcoholism * prevent "certain" cancers * "restore energy", says Dr. Sears in his book, Enter the Zone, "especially if you have CMS, PMS or even HIV infection" and
Top 10 Holiday Weight Loss Tips by Mayur Vibhakar
... BMI describes body weight relative to height and is correlated with total body fat content in most adults. To get your approximate BMI, multiply your weight in pounds by 703, then divide the result by your height in inches, and divide that result by your height in inches a second time. (Or you can use the interactive BMI calculator at A BMI from 18.5 up to 25 is considered in the healthy range, from 25 up to 30 is overweight and 30 or higher is obese.
Is A Premium Dog Food Really That Much Better For Your Dog? by Carolyn Schweitzer
... Just like us, dogs will begin to accumulate more body fat as they age even as they consume fewer calories. (At least we're not alone!). Muscle mass will tend to decrease, but this doesn't mean you should lower your older dog's protein intake. If anything, protein is more important than ever to help maintain muscle mass, so avoid senior dog food formulas with reduced protein. One thing you will want to feed him less of is calories. Obesity is a real problem with adult dogs , and many owners ...
How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon by Ben Greenfield
... Do not estimate your fuel and hydration needs, or take into consideration the fact that your body can assimilate 4.1-4.6 calories of carbohydrate per minute, and needs the equivalent of approximately 1 water bottle per hour, not to mention regular electrolyte dosing, and small amounts of protein and fats, as well as a pre-race meal with low-glycemic index carbohydrates and minimal fat and fiber. It is a pain to do, often requires a calculator, and may even necessitate a bit of pre-race ...
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Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... Increases lean body mass (muscle) while reducing body fat - improving body composition and therefore improving physical appearance. 12. Improves self esteem. 13. Causes a natural tendency to be more conscious about eating healthier and therefore may improve a person’s diet. 14. Strengthens the musculoskeletal system protecting the body from unexpected physical shock. 15. Strengthens the body’s immune system and therefore slows down the aging process.