How Can I Get Some Good Weight Loss Help? by Dr. Alan Jenks
... Discussion forums are there to help filter the information on weight loss programs and other related queries to your weight loss questions. 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
10 Steps for Weight Loss by Russell Davies
... Drastically reducing your calories will result in muscle and water loss - not fat loss. 3)Divide you calories over 5 or 6 meals rather then 2 or 3. You should aim to eat every 3-4 hours. 4)Cut out all simple carbohydrates (except straight after exercise, eat whole grain, high fibre foods.) 5) Exercise at least 3 times a week, doing 30 minutes of cardio to a reasonable level of intensity. This will help to create the calorie defecit and encourage your body to lose fat.
Top 10 Holiday Weight Loss Tips by Mayur Vibhakar
... Food allergies disrupt metabolism and thus hinder weight loss. 8. Crash DietsAvoid them. They are mostly self-defeating and serve only as a temporary band-Aid solution. 9. Drink plenty of waterTo flush out the toxins from your body. 10. Tips for Eating OutChoose foods that are steamed, broiled, baked, roasted, poached or stir-fried. Share food, such as a main dish or dessert, with your dining partner. Take part of the food home with you, and refrigerate immediately.
Are you Bulking or Cutting by Zach Bashore
... Your calories need to be from healthy bodybuilding foods and not from junk foods like pizza, chips, and cookies. The other hard part of bulking is determining your BMR or basal metabolic Rate.(Your BMR is basically the number of calories you'd burn if you stayed in bed all day.) To start, you should eat 500 calories over maintanance everyday. If you your gaining to much fat after a week reduce that number to 300. If you seem to not be getting any bigger then you should increase that number ...
How Do You Take Advantage Of The Mayo Clinic Diet For Rapid And Sustainable Weight Loss? by Gary Holdon
... You can use this to help you plan an appropriate weight loss plan. For example, this is what a typical plan might look like: Subject: Female, 225 lbs, 5' 6" Recommendations (these are daily amounts): Sweets and candy: no more than 75 calories Fats: 3 servings Protein/ Dairy: 3 servings Carbohydrates: 4 servings Fruits: at least 3 servings (more is okay) Vegetables: at least 4 servings (more is okay) Vegetables: 4 or more servings On the site, you can also find sample menus that ...
Lose Weight & Keep It Off by Wade Thomas
... You should avoid any diet that suggests you eat a certain nutrient, food, or combination of foods to promote easy weight loss. When selecting a weight loss product or program, gather as much information as possible. Here are a couple of sites that will help you make an informed decision:
features tips, tricks, articles and topics for making an informed decision about a weight loss program. also is another great resource for getting started losing 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.
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 ...