What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... 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, or if you increase your activity significantly). Dr. Phil doesn’t provide different plans based on your starting weight and activity level, and he is against counting calories (or exchanges or Points.) But without knowing your approximate AMR and ...
Do the Weight Loss Experts Actually Agree? by Adam Waxler
... This has set the stage for battles between the health industry and the weight loss industry with the only agreement between them seeming to be the need to lose weight. The problem is - both approaches to weight loss are wrong. And, both approaches to weight loss are both right. The most regularly leveled criticisms of each weight loss program seem legitimate - until you examine the recommended diets in depth. Sit down and look at the recommended menus.
Disability and Diet: How to Select the "RIGHT" one for you? by Carolyn Magura
... 3) Test your Knowledge about Nutrition 4) Weight loss: Finding a Weight Loss Program that Works for You (A pdf document published by The Partnership for Healthy Weight Management.) This site is a very valuable 12 page document that includes the following. Ø Questions to ask about different Weight Loss Programs. Ø A Body Mass Index chart (BMI) Ø A Personal Health Profile Evaluation checklist Ø A checklist for evaluating weight loss products and services.
What Does A Free Weight Loss Program Have To Offer by Douglas Taylor
... A good free weight loss program on the net will offer to provide you with details relating to the types of foods that you can eat as well as providing you with healthy recipes. They will often have a database that has been set up providing you with lots of different low fat recipes that you may well want to try. 4. Any good free weight loss program will have a professional at hand who will be able to answer any questions that you may have through their discussion groups that were previously ...
Weight Loss Using BMI And BMR by Glen D. Williams
... All you need to do is plug your height and weight into an online Calculator (see BMI Calculator link below) to find out if you're underweight, normal, overweight or obese. Then work the weight numbers backwards to find out what "normal" is for your height. Now, I strongly believe the person who invented this was anorexic, so, don't be surprised at how light "normal" is. I said it was an approximation! There are wide variations in healthy weight among humans of the same height, like sex and ...
Lose Weight & Keep It Off by Wade Thomas
... Healthy Weight Loss
For healthy weight loss, most experts recommend a combination of healthy eating patterns and regular physical exercise. A physician should be consulted to develop a weight loss plan that is tailored to the individual. No matter what the reason, successful weight loss and healthy weight management depend on sensible goals and expectations. For safe and healthy weight loss, try not to exceed a rate of two pounds per week. It's your complete roadmap to guaranteed permanent ...
Diet and Exercise Tips by Allison Burr-Miller
... The BMI Formula: weight X (height X height) X 704.55 To calculate your body index, you divide your weight by the product of your height squared. Then you multiply by 704.55. According to BMI medical guidelines, if the number you come up with is 25 or less, you are of normal weight (if it is 18 or less, you are underweight). Body Mass Index calculators, such as the one found at can perform these calculations for you. The only information you need to enter is your sex, height, weight, and ...
How To Determine Your Ideal Body Weight by Chris Stout
... Use the body mass index (BMI) to calculate your ideal healthy body weight. The BMI calculator is a method used to determine whether you are currently underweight, overweight or obese. This test works for all age groups, genders and body types. Here's how it works. Take your weight in pounds and divide by your height in inches squared. Weight in pounds / (Height in inches) x (Height in inches) Multiply this figure by 703 to calculate BMI Here's the scale to measure your results: -BMI ...