Eating Basics of Gaining Weight by Ken Bendor
... As with losing weight, gaining weight can be achieved by adhering to a simple equation: to gain weight you need to eat more calories than you burn. While you have to get your calories up, this shouldn't be thought of as a prescription to eat anything you see. Gaining weight is more than eating everything in sight. Assuming your goal is to gain lean boy mass (muscle), then eating everything regardless of its nutritional content isn't the best idea.
Are Weight Loss Supplements Right For You? by Tom Worsley
... 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 go for it. What do you have to lose except a few pounds. There are hundreds of products on the internet you can try. A couple of my wife's favorites can be found at the following web page. You can also get good information on dieting and weight loss at this site along with a very handy calorie calculator.
Healthy Body Weight by Rex Ng
... The unit of weight is lbs, which the unit of height is inches. If I applied this equation using my weight (170lbs) and height (5í10Ē = 70 inches), will yield a BMI of 24.39 (170/(70*70)*703. This site provides a simple to use BMI calculator. Below is a breakdown of the obesity level base on the BMI score. Underweight - BMI less than 18.5 Ideal - BMI 18.5-25 Overweight - BMI 25-30 Obese - BMI 30-40 Very obese - BMI greater than 40 Finally, one last index to gauge healthy body weight is ...
Burn Carbs Doing Housework and Chores by Patricia Zelkovsky
... to 400 calories which is roughly the same as doing an hour of aqua aerobics or an hour of playing table tennis. Vacuuming for half an hour is also equal to doing fifteen minutes on a step stair machine or fifteen minutes of circuit training. The benefits of doing housework and chores to lose weight are obvious. Not only will you achieve a slimmer, sleeker body you will have a super clean and well organized house! If you have kids you are even more blessed in the weight loss department.
Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... 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 precisely measure your calorie balance. Seeing visually that your weight loss program works is a big ...
Obesity and Health by Joseph Then
... Extreme obesity can cause many health issues relating to your weight because the body has to be able to carry the weight. With weight problems, you will most likely experience high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. The weight that surrounds your heart makes the heart have to function at a more difficult pace. The heart will begin to strain trying to provide the brain blood and oxygen. Itís also the reason for high blood pressure. Many people who are over weight tend to develop ...
Is Body Mass Index or BMI a Real Measure of Obesity or is It Flawed? by Armand Dupuis
... Secondly , it allows weight loss clinics to sell a lot of memberships, and allows even non professionals to sell a lot of weight loss products. So bmi charts make it real easy to fool a lot of people, so itís important you understand how it works. What is Body Mass Index (bmi)? Quite simply body mass index, is an index of your body mass relative to your height. The bmi is calculated by taking your weight (in Kilograms) divided by your Height (in meters) squared.
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 doesnít 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 ...