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.
Is Your Goal Really Weight Loss? by Nathan Latvitis
... loss and want to use a scale, try to weigh yourself at the same time everyday. Probably the best time would be right when you wake up in the morning and before you do anything. So, your new goal should be to shoot for fat loss and not weight loss. Donít necessarily trust the scale all the time as it can be deceiving - your weight is affected by more than just how much fat you have gained or lost. In addition, it is almost physiologically impossible to gain or lose a pound of fat in one day.
Are you Bulking or Cutting by Zach Bashore
... On the flip side, you may know how to gain muscle, but you need to learn how to gain this muscle without the fear of fat gain. I am going to discuss the basics of bulking and cutting and hopefully give you the knowledge needed to complete your next bulking or cutting diet. Bulking is simply eating more calories than what you are used to eating, but it`s not as simple as it seems. Your calories need to be from healthy bodybuilding foods and not from junk foods like pizza, chips, and cookies.
Fat Burners: The Biggest Rip-Off of the Weight Loss Industry? by Nathan Latvitis
... If you eat more calories than your TDEE, you gain weight (this weight can be muscle or fat or a number of other things, but thatís for another article) 2. If you eat less calories than your TDEE, you lose weight (once again, this can really be anything) 3. If you eat the same amount of calories as your TDEE, your weight stays the same So, in order to lose fat, you must create some sort of calorie deficit between your TDEE and the number of calories you eat.
A Diet Isn't Forever by Ken Bendor
... weight by doing an extra amount of cardio everyday, you can cut back on that exercising. Because there a lot of health benefits that come from doing cardio, completely eliminating it from your routine is a bad idea. Maintaining weight by adding calories is a better option. Remember that even though you are ending your diet, you are still committing yourself to a healthy lifestyle. Adding unhealthy foods to your everyday eating habits isn't healthy even if you don't gain weight from them.
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.
Gaining Weight After Quitting Smoking? by Alan Rosca
... Some of the following ideas can make you become more active: go for a walk more often, park the car further, get off the bus before it reaches your destination, use the stairs if they are well lit, or take some dance classes. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information. (c) ProjectWeightLoss.com 2007.
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... One thing all schools of thought seemed to agree on (once youíve managed to read between the lines) was that if you are taking in more than you are getting rid of you are likely to gain weight. Turn it around, and you are likely to lose weight. So, what it basically boils down to is calories in versus calories out. Calories in is simple. It is the food that you consume. Calories out is a little bit more complex. It will depend on the individualís ability to process food and how active he or ...