Fat Burners: The Biggest Rip-Off of the Weight Loss Industry? by Nathan Latvitis
... If you eat the same amount of calories as your TDEE, your weight stays the same So, in order to lose fat, you must create some sort of calorie deficit between your TDEE and the number of calories you eat. However, the deficit cannot be too large – otherwise your body will go into starvation mode. For more information on this topic you can check out Back to fat burners. --Increased Thermogenesis Thermogenesis is essentially a fancy word for TDEE.
Can Fast-Food really be Healthy Food? by Jack Prime
... To work out this percentage, multiply the fat grams by nine (the total fat calories) and divide the result by the total calories. Now, so you don't have to bring a calculator with you every time you eat, you can quickly become used to recognizing the types of foods and methods of preparation which should be avoided. If the food has been breaded, fried or grilled many times then it's a safe bet that it's likely high in fat. Be aware that it's not only burgers, but chicken and fish as well.
How to Burn Fat by Jeff Baker
... Many treadmills and other machines have caloric calculators that tell you how many calories that you have burnt. This information is interesting but ultimately misleading. You see, your body will continue to burn more fat even after you get off of the machine or stop walking while your metabolic cycle and heart are trying to recover from the added fatigue you have just placed on them. Also, your body will be burning more calories trying to build muscle mass and tone for hours and, in some ...
Do the Weight Loss Experts Actually Agree? by Adam Waxler
... Take them to the calorie calculators and compare ingredients and nutrients. I did, and what I found was quite interesting. In the most practical sense, all of these weight loss programs are talking about the same diet. Oh, there are minor variations that have been grossly blown out of proportion by the advertising hype created by the weight loss industry. And, of course, there are misinterpretations that have been stated as fact. However, the bottom line of each and every one of the Atkins ...
Gaining Weight After Quitting Smoking? by Alan Rosca
... Some of the following ideas can make you become more active: go for a walk more often, park the car further, get off the bus before it reaches your destination, use the stairs if they are well lit, or take some dance classes. 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 Do You Take Advantage Of The Mayo Clinic Diet For Rapid And Sustainable Weight Loss? by Gary Holdon
... On their website, they provide the Daily Calorie Calculator. You can use this to help you plan an appropriate weight loss plan. For example, this is what a typical plan might look like: Subject: Female, 225 lbs, 5' 6" Recommendations (these are daily amounts): Sweets and candy: no more than 75 calories Fats: 3 servings Protein/ Dairy: 3 servings Carbohydrates: 4 servings Fruits: at least 3 servings (more is okay) Vegetables: at least 4 servings (more is okay) Vegetables: 4 or more ...
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.
Tips for an Active Life by Alan Rosca
... You may discover that dancing is a good way to burn calories. Join a dance club, dance alone, or with someone on your favorite music. When you feel the need for sightseeing, do it by foot, ride a bike, or run. 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.