A Diet Isn't Forever by Ken Bendor
... weight by doing an extra amount of cardio everyday, you can cut back on that exercising. Because there a lot of health benefits that come from doing cardio, completely eliminating it from your routine is a bad idea. Maintaining weight by adding calories is a better option. Remember that even though you are ending your diet, you are still committing yourself to a healthy lifestyle. Adding unhealthy foods to your everyday eating habits isn't healthy even if you don't gain weight from them.
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 ...
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.
What is Your Healthy Body Weight by Kim Beardsmore
... your risk of other health related problems
- improve self confidence and self esteem
- make it easier to be physically active. If you are obese or overweight…try not to gain additional weight. This will help you in years to come as people tend to increase weight with age. Better still look after your body and follow a healthy lifestyle incorporating a nutritious, delicious, health enhancing weight loss program. Just by losing 10 pounds you can significantly improve your overall health.
Weight Loss for Beginners by David Mcevoy
... Similarly, if you put yourself into a positive calorie balance by consuming more calories than your body needs to use, then you will gain weight. It's really very simple. So you have made the decision to lose weight. You have set yourself a realistic target of around 2 lbs per week. You have worked out how many calories you need to maintain your current weight and subtracted 500 from that in order to find out how many calories you need to eat each day.
How to Calculate Your BMI by Ken Wilssens
... If you apply the BMI formula to calculate your body mass index and then measure the circumference of your waist, you will have a better indication of whether or not you need to lose weight. When you start to diet and lose weight, instead of constantly weighing yourself on the scales, you should take a measurement of your waist at regular intervals. When you lose weight through diet and exercise you will gain muscle, which will not produce any measurable changes in the BMI.
How to Count Calories With Your Eyes by Marc David
... And at some point, you’ve been told or heard that eating 5-6 frequent small meals a day is the way to go for weight gain or weight loss. After running a fitness site and bodybuilding forum, I see a lot of confused individuals who ask this very question below about the 5-6 meal deal. They have heard about it and want to do it but when it comes to counting calories, they are not willing to measure each grain of rice. And can you blame them? Many times people will ask, “I know all that stuff ...
Healthy Body Weight by Rex Ng
... One of them is the amount of weight gained since mid-twenties. For majority of people, metabolism started to slow down during mid to late twenties, which implies we might be absorbing more calories than we are used to. Studies have indicated the amount of weight put on since mid-twenties have proportional effect on the chances of developing heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, gallstones, snoring, and sleeping disorder. Another metric often use by the medical community to gauge ...