Barriers to Healthy Diets -- Removing them is not as hard as you think by Michael Smith, MD
... Until we restore things to the pre-TV Dinner diet, we will continue to suffer heart attacks and weight gain. It's really stuff ourselves with heavy fat and then starve for vitamins and minerals. Removing Physical Barriers to Healthy Diets
Physically, our lack of exercise is the greatest barrier to healthy diets. Start exercising! Walk. Jog. Swim. Lift weights. Sweat. Move. Breath. Live. Removing Psychological Barriers to Healthy Diets
The mind can be tough to control, especially when it ...
Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... If the chart shows that the intake calories are lower than the burned calories, I will lose weight and vice versa I will gain weight. Correlate that with a chart that shows your weight or BMI (Body Mass Index) over time and I have the tool that helps me regulate my food consumption versus my daily activities. If I add my hunger levels before and after the meals, I can fine tune my meal plans and daily activities. In this way I can sustain my dieting for a long time and preferably it will ...
The Fail-Safe Weight Loss Formula by Valerie Mills
... If your goal is to simply reverse the 30-pound weight gain, you need to reduce your daily caloric intake by 200 calories. Do ONE of the following: 1. Eat 200 calories LESS a day. 2. Burn 200 calories MORE a day. 3. Combine eating less and increasing your activity level for a total of 200 calories, for example, eat 100 less and burn 100 more. Gradually Lose Those Extra Pounds You could lose the 30 pounds by changing a few habits. First, eat half the usual muffin a day.
10 Steps for Weight Loss by Russell Davies
... calories you are consuming - it is very easy to over eat. 10) Supplementing you diet can make fat loss easier. A diet high in protein can help preserve muscle (more muscle means an increase in metabolism). There are also some fat loss supplements available which help boost your metabolism, this is useful as your metabolism may slow during extended periods of dieting. This article is written from my own experiences. I have lost 20lbs of fat and gained 20lbs of muscle. My body fat is 11%.
On-line Weight Watchers Diet Helper for Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and Mobile Phones by Laura Ciocan
... The application has already gained huge popularity. Over 400,000 buyers have downloaded the application from a popular Web site selling cell-phone applications. As the popularity of low-carb diets has lost ground throughout 2004 and sales have dropped, the company behind the Atkins Diet is planning to launch a similar product for mobile phones and handheld computers on the market. The product, available at the beginning of 2005, will be so affordable that it will be within the reach ...
Aren't You Tired Of Being Fat? by Dan Curtis
... But remember, any weight you take off, even if you don’t get quite to your “ideal weight” is going to have tremendous benefits for your overall health and for your mental outlook. You are probably going to have some ups and downs; most people do. But don't let them throw you off. Learn what you need to know about what you eat, make a plan, and then keep your mind on your goal. The little slips, the little backslides, don't worry about these things.
Weight Loss Using BMI And BMR by Glen D. Williams
... Once you've taken the BMI normal weight and adjusted it for sex and frame size, you have your "goal" weight. Instead of your current weight, enter this "goal" along with your sex and age into the BMR Calorie Burning Calculator . The new number of calories are the daily amount you need to slowly lose weight down to your goal and maintain it (optimum calories). Of course, check all of this with your doctor before making any changes because certain medical conditions require special ...
What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... We all know that if we eat too much, we gain weight. We also all know that if we eat way too little, we can starve to death. But somewhere in between, we can lose weight healthfully. Our bodies are smart enough to know where that range is and to protect us if we eat too little. (It also tries to protect us from eating too much. That’s what feeling uncomfortably stuffed is all about!) If you eat a little below your AMR, you can lose weight healthfully.