Weight Loss for Beginners by David Mcevoy
... Sticking to 500 calories a day less than what you normally eat, ensures a regular, steady weight loss that will leave you feeling empowered, more energetic, healthier and indeed, happier. An average adult male needs around 2500 calories a day just to live, and the average woman, 2000, but what about you? How do you work out how many calories your body needs each day? You can visit where you will find a very simple, calories per day calculator for adults.
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.
Are Weight Loss Supplements Right For You? by Tom Worsley
... The debate about whether supplements for weight loss are healthy or not will go on and on for years to come. There are good and bad points to using weight loss supplements. One of the bad points is that once you stop taking them you gain everything back that you lost to begin with. Most doctors will tell you that weight loss supplements are not necessary and that only a good controlled diet along with daily exercise is the only thing one needs to lose weight.
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.
Spare Change and Calories - They All Add Up! by Sherry Frewerd
... Food journaling has opened my eyes not only to how my choices were preventing weight loss, but how easy it is to just pop quick snacks into my mouth rather than planning my meals for the day. I’ve also taken up another foreign concept…the art of exercise. Just like emptying the pig when it gets too full, I’m depositing extra calories everyday with some very much needed walking. At the end of your day, are you just dumping your spare change on the dresser, or do you keep count of how much ...
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 ...
How To Determine Your Ideal Body Weight by Chris Stout
... solution that'll allow you to be flexible, consider the UnDiet weight control system. UnDiet is a system of supplements designed to improve your metabolic rate and control bouts of hunger. UnDiet is an effective, convenient and unrestrictive way to jumpstart a long-term weight loss strategy. Once you've identified your strengths, weaknesses and ideal body weight, you can then begin to craft a strategy for long-term weight loss. This strategy will be based on healthy eating and exercise.
Weight Loss Using BMI And BMR by Glen D. Williams
... Using The BMI And BMR For Weight Loss: Now, here's where BMI and BMR can be powerful weight loss tools. The BMI Calculator page instructs you how to adjust the BMI for the two most common and frame size. 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 ...