You know you need to eat “right” to lose weight, but what does that mean? There are so many diets and “experts” telling you what to do, it can be overwhelming!
Meal timing is just as important as proper food choices. If your body goes too long with out some fuel, it goes into the starvation mode and holds onto fat. As if that wasn’t bad enough, it’s not the only bad thing that happens if you miss a Read More…
The amount of calories you burn while exercising depends on your body weight, exertion and type of exercise. Weight loss isn’t only calories in vs calories out, or we’d all be in shape! But it is interesting to know approximately how many calories you do burn when exercising. What is a good way to determine[…]
Your weight problem is not an accident. All of your diet and exercise attempts fail as soon as you stop working them precisely because neither diet nor exercise programs address the underlying cause, and that cause is based in how you feel about yourself. Either you want to punish yourself or protect yourself, so let[…]
Myth: Beer is a good carbohydrate source. Truth: Beer is NOT a good carbohydrate source. Beer, and all alcohols, dehydrate the body and should not be used as a post workout drink since it will not replenish vital fluids. Stick with water! Myth: Fast food is “bad.” Truth: You can have fast food and lose[…]
Guest author: Michael Lee Exercise and fat loss may not be as easy as some advertisements claim it to be; oftentimes, you don’t reap the fruits of your labor until much time and effort has been exerted. However, by knowing and applying a few simple exercise and fat loss principles, you will not only lose[…]
Guest author: Subasree Achieving weight loss is not that easy. It needs a good strategy, planning and motivation to lose weight. Some of the weight loss tips, which can be followed at ease, are listed here to stay healthy as well as to stay fit with a perfect body figure. Eating the right way helps[…]
Eat to lose weight! Have more energy and feel great! The key to weight loss is eating the right foods at regular intervals. Diets do more harm than good! When you diet, your body responds by holding on to fat because it thinks you are starving it. Even worse, it stores calories for future needs[…]