In Uncategorized On 05 June 2017
This website provides Loss Weight information and is only intended to assist users in their personal Loss Weight efforts. Nothing contained in this website is medical advice or diagnosis nor should any information in this website be construed as such. While the Loss Weight results shown on this site are typical, they are not guaranteed results. Individual Loss Weight results, amount and time duration will vary. You are urged and advised to seek the advice of a physician before beginning any Loss Weight effort or program. Pregnant woman or individuals with certain health condition are specifically warned to seek professional medical advice prior to initiating any type of Loss Weight effort. Loss of Weight can create physical changes that should be professionally monitored. Medical monitoring is especially important for people with a known medical condition. If you are currently being treated for an illness, taking any prescription medications, following a specialized diet plan to treat a disease or have a known medical condition, it's especially important to show the planed diet chart to your physician. Any plan modifications by your physician should be followed. All before and after photos on our website show real patients who have lost weight through the Loss Weight program special designed by us as per there requirement. These results are typical but not guaranteed. Your individual results will vary in terms of Loss Weight amount and duration to achieve the Loss Weight
In Meal tips On 12 February 2013
The color of fruits and vegetables tell us a lot about their nutrition value and benefits. Learn to understand the language of color and how we can make our meal complete and colorful! Orange and Yellow fruits and vegetable. They reduce age-related macula degeneration and reduce cancer risks, lower blood pressure, promote collagen formation and healthy joints, fight harmful free radicals, encourage alkaline balance, and work with magnesium and calcium to build healthy bones. Fruits include apricots, cantaloupe, grapefruit, yellow apples, mangoes, papaya, kiwifruit, peaches and pineapples. Vegetables include carrots, yellow pepper, yellow corn and sweet potatoes. Blue and purple fruits and vegetables Purple and blue options have antioxidant, anti-aging benefits & fiber. They support a healthy memory, prevent early aging in a person and may help urinary tract health means good for healthier functioning of kidneys.They also improve calcium and other mineral absorption, fight inflammation, reduce tumor growth. Fruits include blackberries, blueberries, purple grapes plums black currents and raisins. Vegetables include eggplant, purple cabbage and purple-fleshed potatoes......... Red Fruits and Vegetables, They support a healthy memory, improve the urinary tract health, reduce the risk of prostate cancer, lower blood pressure, reduce tumor growth and support join tissue in arthritis cases Fruits include cherries, cranberries, pomegranate, red/pink grapefruit, red apples, red grapes and watermelon. Vegetables include beets, red onions, red peppers, red potatoes, and tomatoes. Green vegetables and Fruit Green vegetables provide human body with the strength to maintain healthy vision and strong teeth They also reduce cancer risks, lower LDL cholesterol levels, normalize digestion time. Green Fruits include avocados, apples, grapes, honeydew, kiwis and limes. Vegetables include artichoke, asparagus, broccoli, green beans, green peppers and leafy greens such as spinach. White Fruits and Vegetables - White tan and brown provide powerful immune boosting activity, reduce the risk of colon, breast, prostate cancers & hormone-related cancers, balance hormone levels, & keeping the cholesterol levels low. Fruits include bananas, brown pears, dates and white peaches. Vegetables include cauliflower, mushrooms, onions, ginger, turnips, white-fleshed potatoes and white corn.
In Uncategorized On 17 November 2012
Is skipping meals good for weight loss? No!!!!!!! Skipping meals does not help weight loss or dieting! Many people think that by skipping a meal, they will be eating less food and therefore lose weight. Skipping meals is not a good way to lose weight because it create craving you\'ll simply overeat at the next meal. How Metabolism Works Your metabolism is the process that is responsible for burning fuel, and keeping the body in proper working order. When your body gets food, it typically digests it rapidly. This time is coveted by many people who are trying to lose weight, because the body is using fat stores to burn the food that has been digested. However, after the food has been digested, the metabolism goes into a kind of \"sleep mode.\" This means that the body is not burning as many calories. The longer you wait between meals, the more time your body will be in this sleep mode, and the fewer calories you will burn. You then tend to overeat at the next meal Often, skipping a meal and then eating too much at the next one means that you have a higher total caloric intake than if you just ate more frequently throughout the day. A better approach is to eat smaller frequent healthy meals and snacks to keep your blood sugar balanced. How Your Body Reacts to Skipping Meals Any time you skip a meal, your body goes into “fasting mode”. During this fasting, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are all used for energy. Carbohydrates are the number one source of fuel, followed by protein and then fat. As the fasting continues, the following steps will occur: The glycogen storage deposits found in the liver and muscle become depleted. As the glucose levels drop, the body looks for other sources of fuel. Since the brain and nerves prefer energy from glucose, protein tissues (muscle and liver) are broken down. In efforts to preserve the remaining protein, the body starts to metabolize fat for energy in the form of ketone bodies (acetoacetic acid). The process of using ketone bodies as fuel is called ketosis. This process can cause the following negative effects on the body: Nausea Fatigue Constipation Lowered blood pressure Elevated uric acid (kidney disease) Stale taste in mouth Fetal harm/stillbirth in pregnant women As the body switches to the use of ketone bodies, it begins to reduce energy output in an effort to protect both fat and lean tissue. In addition, as the lean tissues begin to shrink, they become weaker and perform less metabolic work, reducing energy expenditure even more. Hormones also slow down the metabolism to conserve lean body tissue. This is also known as “starvation mode”. This mechanism is thought to have evolved as a defense against starvation. The body uses its calories efficiently in order to protect its fat stores, using lean tissue and muscle instead. A lowered metabolic rate is a direct result of muscle loss. Accordingly, fewer calories are needed and weight loss slows down. How Weight Loss Works In order to lose one pound (i.e. 0.454 kg) of weight, you must eliminate 3,500 calories. This can be done a variety of ways, the most common of which is by dieting. If you want to lose one pound a week, you must cut 500 calories from your diet every day. 500 calories is a lot of calories! Most of us only eat between 1,500 and 2,500 calories per day. However, by skipping meals, many women are so hungry by the time that dinner rolls around that they eat everything they can get their hands on! This not only prevents weight loss, but can in fact lead to weight gain. Women are so starved that they mindlessly eat whatever is placed in front of them, and end up eating more calories by the end of the day than if they had not skipped one of the meals to begin with. Effects of Skipping Meals · Decreased energy expenditure · Weight gain · Decreased metabolic rate · Increased preference of fat in the diet · Decreased strength · Increased injury rates · Decreased bone density · Impaired Thermal regulation · Decreased body temperature · Mood swings · Decreased performance · Menstrual dysfunction · Decreased resistance to disease · Decreased Testosterone level · Renal regulation and Electrolyte imbalance To summarize :- Skipping meals leads to low blood sugar. This can cause sudden hunger pangs which can cause bingeing and/or food cravings. Either way, it\'s bad for weight loss.For example, diet-research indicates that people who skip breakfast are more likely to be overweight than those who eat a proper breakfast. A good way of dieting, is to eat 4-5 smaller meals rather than 2 or 3 big ones. Why? It helps stabilize blood sugar and helps control your appetite.