Are you Bulking or Cutting by Zach Bashore
... That is why you don`t want to crash diet and try losing weight to fast or you`re most likely going to lose most of your hard earned muscle. To start, you should lower your calories from your BMR to roughly 300 fewer calories a day. You can change that number according to the results but 300 is a good number to start out at. You can either eat less food or do more cardiovascular exercise to burn these calories. How you do it will depend on the individual.
Eating Basics of Gaining Weight by Ken Bendor
... As with losing weight, gaining weight can be achieved by adhering to a simple equation: to gain weight you need to eat more calories than you burn. While you have to get your calories up, this shouldn't be thought of as a prescription to eat anything you see. Gaining weight is more than eating everything in sight. Assuming your goal is to gain lean boy mass (muscle), then eating everything regardless of its nutritional content isn't the best idea.
Gaining Weight After Quitting Smoking? by Alan Rosca
... Quitting smoking is a significant improvement to one’s health, but some people gain weight if they stop smoking, while others don't. A reason for that might be the fact that the body burns calories faster while smoking and returns to its normal calorie burning rate after quitting. That is not the only reason. People may feel hungrier than usual during that period and eat more high-fat snacks or drink more alcohol, but this feeling usually disappears after a while.
Fat Burners: The Biggest Rip-Off of the Weight Loss Industry? by Nathan Latvitis
... If you eat more calories than your TDEE, you gain weight (this weight can be muscle or fat or a number of other things, but that’s for another article) 2. If you eat less calories than your TDEE, you lose weight (once again, this can really be anything) 3. 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.
The 3-A-Day Dairy Diet – Another Diet Fad Flop by Alisa Fleming
... In fairness, here are three much larger studies on dairy and weight:Dairy and Weight Gain in Young Women:Researchers at Purdue University decided to put the dairy calcium versus weight theory to the test. They conducted a 1-year, randomized study and intervention on 155 young women, ranging in age from 18 to 30, who were judged to be healthy and of normal weight. These women had dietary calcium intakes of less than 800 mg per day, and energy intakes of 2200 kcal or less per day.
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... One thing all schools of thought seemed to agree on (once you’ve managed to read between the lines) was that if you are taking in more than you are getting rid of you are likely to gain weight. Turn it around, and you are likely to lose weight. So, what it basically boils down to is calories in versus calories out. Calories in is simple. It is the food that you consume. Calories out is a little bit more complex. It will depend on the individual’s ability to process food and how active he or ...
Eating Disorders and the Internet by Dr. Angela Lewis
... Sufferers of Bulimia are involved in repeated episodes of binge eating, followed by ways of trying to purge the food from the body to prevent expected weight gain by utilising methods such as self-induced vomiting, misuse of laxatives, enemas, or medications fasting, and/or excessive exercise to control weight (CEED 2006). Common Aspects of a Pro-Ana WebsiteIn order to research this article, I had to spend some time following dead links and doing diligent searching until I came across some ...
What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... If you eat too few calories, you’ll likely either get stuck on a plateau, or you’ll lose weight too fast with potential health consequences. A healthy rate of weight loss is no more than 2 pounds per week average, after the first 2-3 weeks on a plan. A good recommendation for healthy weight loss is to eat 500 calories under your AMR (not below your BMR!) and to remember to recalculate your needs as you lose weight (recalculate after every 25 pounds lost, if you get stuck and are not losing, ...