Lose Weight & Keep It Off by Wade Thomas
... Do-it-yourself & Free Programs
There are TONS of free weight loss programs, recipes, over the counter herbal supplements, and huge resources of experts and articles about weight loss available on the internet!! Finding the right plan for you and then following it is the challenge. Also, experimenting with chinese herbs and over the counter supplements can be VERY DANGEROUS!! Extreme caution needs to be used when trying to design your own diet plan.
Weight Loss for Beginners by David Mcevoy
... A realistic, achievable and safe weight loss each week, for most people, is somewhere in the region of 1 to 2 lbs. Let us suppose that you want to lose 2 lbs a week. What we need to do now is work out how many calories you need each day in order to achieve this. You can do this by identifying how many calories you are using at the moment, and then make sure you get just 500 less than that. Do not guess. Your body is used to having a certain amount of energy every day so if you drastically ...
Is Body Mass Index or BMI a Real Measure of Obesity or is It Flawed? by Armand Dupuis
... You can actually build enough muscles that you start to look like “a Guy”, but you’ll still be fat , on the other hand, if you do the right kind of exercises like we teach in the free Slim America weight loss Project, then You can turn your body into a very efficient “fat burning machine”, lose all the excess fat, and still look slim and sexy. The choice is yours fat loss with this kind of simple system “is permanent”! So you can forget all about body mass index or bmi, because it’s ...
Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... Interrelating factors like diet, nutritional facts, meal plans, calorie balance, body reading measurements, supplement and medicine intake, exercise routines, daily activity intensity and costs will make it very difficult for you to see the forest for the trees. Well designed software that keeps track of all of the above factors and can correlate them will make it very easy to manage your health, fitness, weight loss, muscle mass gain or any goal you have set
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.
The "Emergency" Diet by Alan Rosca
... The “emergency” diet, with seven meals per day, is an easy diet that brings weight loss without starvation and may be followed for a week. The “emergency” diet also improves metabolism and eliminate fats easier. This diet is based mostly on carbohydrates, proteins, and low amounts of fats. During a day without too much physical activity, a woman can burn up to forty grams of fat, but the daily fat intake is of seventy percent or more. Monday: Breakfast includes a muffin and a glass of ...
How To Do Calorie Counting The Right Way by Jed Baguio
... This can determine the intake calories lower than the burned calories and I will lose weight or vice versa I will gain weight. Correlate that with your weight or BMI (Body Mass Index) over time and having the tool that helps regulate my food consumption versus my daily activities. I can fine tune my meal plans and daily activities if I add my hunger levels before and after the meals. This can sustain my dieting for a long time and it will become my way of life.
Dump All That Fat You're Lugging Around! by Mike Cuggy
... You've had a free fitness analysis and read all the daily tips about losing weight. Your kitchen has a bookshelf that’s sagging under the weight of all the slimming books you've bought. You understand about doing some kind of daily exercise (in theory, anyway). You've got a calorie counter and a protein counter. You've got a drawer that’s bulging with different calculators. Let’s see there’s a fatcalculator; a carbohydrate calculator; a fiber calculator; a heart rate calculator and a ...