Wednesday, April 11, 2018 by: Jessica Dolores Tags: Eating, eating habits, food habits, good diets, good nutrition, healthy eating, healthy food choices, healthy habits, healthy lifestyle, healthy snacks, high-fat food, losing weight, obesity, overeating, proper diet, proper exercise, unhealthy food, weight loss, weight loss tips (Natural News) Home is where the heart is. Sadly, it can also be the reason why we gain more weight. The way appliances, the sofa, and other items at home are positioned plays a big role in making us lose or gain weight. Take it from global obesity expert Dr Brian Wansink, author of the book Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life. “It’s easy for our environment to influence us without us knowing it. We can make subtle changes to our homes to make this work in our favor and encourage healthier habits,” he says. Here’s how: In the kitchen — Out of sight, out of mind. Wansink advises keeping … [Read more...] about Simple changes you can make at home to help you lose weight
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Calorie counting? Out. Macro counting? In. But...uh...what *are* macros? Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Macros, a.k.a. macronutrients, are the nutrients your bod can't live without: carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Each macro plays its own role—and each has its own weight-loss superpowers.Macro #1: CarbsRepeat after me: Carbs are not the enemy—even if you're trying to lose weight. “Carbohydrates are the most important energy source for almost all human cells,” explains registered dietitian Mascha Davis, M.P.H., R.D.N., a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Your body digests them quickly and turns them into sugar, or blood glucose, which you then store in your liver and muscles as glycogen. Together, blood glucose and glycogen fuel high-intensity exercise—the kind you need to burn fat and build metabolism-boosting muscle. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Carbs may also help you lose more weight by preventing stress … [Read more...] about How To Count Macros To Lose Weight
Healthy eating may not lead to healthy weight loss In an effort to shape up and lose weight many people begin to eat more healthily. Plans like the Joe Wicks body coach encourage us to include lean protein, lots of vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds salads and wholefood grains in our diet. Although swapping the big mac for a big portion of vegetables is undoubtedly healthy, it may not be right if you are looking to lose weight. In fact if you are eating too many of the wrong healthy foods, you may actually start to gain weight. Overall calorie deficit paramount for weight loss Regardless of how you are eating, overall calories remain the most important factor for weight loss. Keeping in mind that the maximum sustainable weekly weight loss is 0.9kg a week (or 2lbs), the mathematics becomes clearer. As we are only looking to lose fat – losing muscle mass really slows the metabolic rate, making weight loss harder – that is the best place to start. Remembering that … [Read more...] about Diets don’t work: Healthy eating and weight loss eating
"Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian" trainers are known for helping contestants achieve dramatic transformations.These trainers say most of their clients make at least one of seven common mistakes that prevent weight loss. Jumping into too many healthy habits too quickly, cutting too many calories, and getting discouraged by the number on the scale can all sabotage results. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below You don't need to be getting over a douche-y ex to be obsessed with E!'s "Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian"—the transformations on the show are "holy shit"-worthy, regardless of your relationship status. If a stint on reality TV isn't in your future, you can still get a little help from "Revenge Body" trainers—WomensHealthMag.com pumped Latreal Mitchell, Nicole Winhoffer, and Ashley Borden for the major missteps that keep people from seeing results. Avoid these pitfalls, and you'll be well on your way to scoring your own "revenge body."Mistake #1: Going From Zero … [Read more...] about ‘Revenge Body’ Trainers: Going Too Low-Cal Can Actually Keep You From Losing Weight
Eat plenty of food—as much as you’re eating now, or even more—and still shed pounds. Seems like an unlikely weight-loss plan, right?Luckily, it’s not too good to be true: Developed by Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., a professor of nutritional sciences and obesity researcher at Penn State, the well-researched Volumetrics diet was named the number-two best diet for weight loss and tied for the number-five best diet overall (out of 40 diets) in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Diet Rankings. It received high scores from nutrition experts for being safe, effective, and sustainable in the long run.And, yes, it centers on one fairly simple idea: filling up on fewer calories. “The main claim, and premise by which the Volumetrics diet works, is the satiety claim,” says Lisa Davis, Ph.D., chief nutrition officer at Terra’s Kitchen.The primary focus is filling up on foods that are naturally low in calories and high in fiber or water—think … [Read more...] about What Is The Volumetrics Diet—And Can It Help You Lose Weight?