Forget All About That Calorie Counting Crap And Learn How To Lose Some Weight! by Gordon Black
... Well you can “chuck“ the calorie counter and forget the calculator and get back to just applying some common sense. Now let’s be honest here, do you really think you are going to benefit from eating French fries, potato chips, nachos, cakes, cookies, doughnuts, cheese burgers, etc.? (and what does "etc." mean, well just about any of the processed foods that are fried in their production). In fact if we avoided pretty much ALL the processed foods, you wouldn’t be far off a very good start to ...
How to Buy A Treadmill - Key Points by Keith Thompson
... Other features that you may want to consider include safety
features, shock absorption, variable speeds, calorie
counters (to tell you just how hard you've been working!)
time/distance calculators, and of course a reasonable
guarantee/warranty. The motor should be have a warranty of
at least 2 years, and the more the better. Some are as long
as ten years. Shop around. Buying a treadmill online can be very easy. Not only can it
save you money, but you can usually come up with good deals
Body Mass Index Chart Misleading by Jim O'Connor
... However, If your numbers are not in the zone mentioned above, it is time to take action and start exercising and cutting back on calories. Always consider your body fat percentage versus your lean muscle tissue. Keep the body fat as low as possible, preferably under 30% for both men and women. Don't rely on the body mass index charts to dictate your chance for disease. Use the multiple approach I have outlined above. It is an intelligent approach for aiding your health and well-being.
Lose Weight with 10,000 Steps A Day by Jakob Culver
... (A pedometer is a small box-shaped calculator that you can clip to your belt or pants pocket in the same way you would wear a beeper.) While purchasing for a pedometer, doubly ensure that you select a model that has both distance and well as individual step readings. This will be helpful for you to learn how many steps go into one mile. You can increase steps to your count choosing the stairs over the elevator or walking to your colleague's desk rather than sending an email.
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.
Mood, Emotions Play Key Role in Food Choice by Alan Rosca
... his or her worries, and may also feel guilty for overeating. Food cravings may be controlled, when one recognizes whether the hunger is physical or emotional. The craving will pass if the last meal was a few hours ago and the stomach does not rumble. 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.
What is Pellets Apart from Fuel for Pellet Stoves? by Kari Eriksson
... One Btu equals 252 calories, 778 foot-pounds, 1,055 joules or 0.293 watt hours. A question that might arise for you is where to buy pellet for your pellet stove? Pellets are readily available in 40-pound bags at several major home centers, feed stores, wood heater stores, and also at some supermarkets. You might also find a saw mill or two in your vincinity that will be able to provide you with pellet for your pellet stove. Pellet stove fuel for a pellet stove is normally sold in 40 pound ...
Body Mass Index (BMI): Are You at a Healthy Weight? by Dana E. Smith
... If you don't have a calculator handy, you can get the same result using the free interactive BMI calculator at If the above example sounds like you, you might be surprised to learn that you're ever so slightly heavier than your doctor might like. A BMI from 18.5 up to 25 is considered healthy, from 25 up to 30 is classified as overweight, and 30 or higher is obese. Generally, says the NHLBI, the higher a person's BMI, the greater the risk for health problems.