What's your Body Mass Index? by Adam Waxler
... The table for determining risk factors associated with obesity is: Below 18.5 - Underweight
18.5 - 24.9 - Normal
25.0 - 29.9 - Overweight
30.0 and up - Obese If your body mass index is above 25.0, your doctor or other medical professional can advise you on the best weight loss plan for you. You should know that there are great benefits to losing even a moderate amount of weight. Some of those include: * Lowering your risk of diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, a ...
How Can I Get Some Good Weight Loss Help? by Dr. Alan Jenks
... How to keep yourself in shape, walking and types of aerobic exercises, nutrition for weight loss, and losing 10 pounds in two months are some of the hot topics that you can find in these discussion forums. Opinions about the different diet programs and other issues related to weight loss programs can be found in websites like Low-carb diet programs like Atkins are available on the Internet. Information on other programs like Protein Power are also available in these discussion forums.
Are Weight Loss Supplements Right For You? by Tom Worsley
... So are weight loss nutrition supplements right for you? When my wife lost 40 pounds using supplements she felt great. She was happy and gained allot of self esteem back. Not to mention that she had allot more energy. If you have a hectic schedule and cannot find enough time in the day to prepare proper nutritional meals and get regular daily exercise then I suggest you give supplements a try. My opinion is that if they help you to lose weight and make you feel good about yourself again then ...
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. Ř Questions to ask about different Weight Loss Programs. Ř A Body Mass Index chart (BMI) Ř A Personal Health Profile Evaluation checklist Ř A checklist for evaluating weight loss products and services.
Weight Loss: FAQ by Adam Waxler
... As my weight loss web sites gain more popularity, I find myself answering more and more emails with questions about various weight loss programs and other diet tips. I have noticed that many of these questions about weight loss are very similar to one another. Therefore, I have put together a list of the ten most frequently asked questions about diets and weight loss 1. What is the best diet plan or weight loss program? My answer to this is simple…any diet that provides all the nutrition ...
Aren't You Tired Of Being Fat? by Dan Curtis
... Understand nutrition If you really want to lose weight you have to know something about nutrition. Nutrition really just means what you are putting into your mouth. It is not enough to follow the latest diet fad. You have to know what you are eating. If not, you can be fooled. How do you really know what is right for you and what isn't? How do you figure out why a new diet failed? Or what worked that you need to continue? It all starts with learning something about nutrition, what you are ...
Weight Loss: FAQ by Goran Maksic
... What because my weight loss web sites gain other esteem, I espy myself answering more and more emails with questions about various weight loss programs and spare diet tips. I have noticed that many of these questions about weight loss are very much the same to one another. Then, I have put together a list of the ten most frequently asked questions on diets and weight loss. 1. What is the best diet plan or weight loss program? My solution to this is simple…any diet that provides each and ...
Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... These calorie counters just display nutrition facts and are not going to help you lose weight. Nor is a simple calorie calculator that tries to calculate your calories burned solely based on your weight and average activity level. These are simple little gimmicks that are a waste of your time. Only when you seriously can track and correlate your calorie intake and calories burned over time, depending on your age, weight, gender, height and individual activity intensity levels can you ...