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The "Emergency" Diet by Alan Rosca
... or two slices of bread, and two glasses of water. A slice of bread along with a small and fat-free yogurt is indicated for a snack. Dinner consists of one glass of water and two portions of rice with vegetables. A small cup of ice cream is allowed. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information. (c) ProjectWeightLoss.com 2007.

On-line Weight Watchers Diet Helper for Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and Mobile Phones by Laura Ciocan
... The application is a carbohydrate counter to help dieters track the carbohydrate contents of foods, as well as their own daily carb intake. The application is a further step within the firm's marketing policy of finding new market segments for the product -- the Atkins diet -- by diversifying the means of popularizing it. In this way it also diversifies the target audience. An Atkins diet DVD was put on the market and sold during the 2004-2005 holiday season.

Lose Weight Fast With The Red Tea Diet by Alan Rosca
... The red tea also interfere with iron absorption so the body`s capacity to absorb iron is limited. The red tea diet should not be followed by pregnant women, children, people who are under medical treatment, or suffer from ulcer, insomnia, or anemia. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information. (c) ProjectWeightLoss.com 2007.

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 ...

How Can I Get Some Good Weight Loss Help? by Dr. Alan Jenks
... You might require tools such as BMI calculator, Nutrition calculator, and Calorie Calculator. These tools help you to track your progress in weight loss when you are using a rapid weight loss program. You can find these tools at websites like Nutrition facts, articles, and tips on weight loss are also available at these websites. Whether you are looking for information, the proper tools or just a place to start. Using the Internet to do your research on losing weight can be very beneficial.

Proven Ways to Lose Weight Before Your Wedding by Kathleen Terrana
... sized plate, and your salad on a dinner plate. If you absolutely must have ice cream, try serving it in a small desert bowl instead of a cereal bowl. · Cut back drastically on these food items: Bacon Butter Cream cheese Margarine Mayonnaise Salad dressing Shortening Sour Cream Vegetable Oil The Calorie Control Council at , has information on cutting calories and fat in your diet. You will find an online calorie counter, an Exercise Calculator, and a Body Mass Index Calculator.

The Diet Demons by Deborah Caruana
... Nutritional insight will help you balance protein, fats, and carbohydrates for each meal based on your current body weight, exercise habits, and desired body weight goals. Realistically we’re all just trying to stay trim and healthy which means a balanced diet, small meals, not letting yourself get too hungry or too full. The more we learn and understand about the interrelationship between food, exercise the more empowered and capable of rational decision making we will be for our ...

Buying Low Fat Foods by Glen D. Williams
... Instead of that stuff, look at "calories" and "calories from fat." With a pocket calculator (or cell phone) divide the smaller number by the larger. This should result in a number that looks like "0.35xx." The first two digits after the decimal point is the percentage of calories from fat, or 35% in this example. Depending on who you listen to, to be healthy, your menu should contain around 30% fat. Don't freak out on me, now! This doesn't mean you can't have anything over a balancing act.

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