Sunday, October 27, 2019

BE A SLIM AND LIVE HEALTHY

slim body
Slim Body
Do you have the problem of tight clothes? Feeling hard to breath? Backpain? Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally, with at least 2.8 million people dying each year as a result of being overweight. It frequently results in significant health problems. How it’s happen? Obesity is caused by an accumulation of fat cells. However, when the fat cells that accumulates more and more, there will be anatomical changes. Someone is diagnosed obese if their weight exceeds 20% of the ideal weight is calculated based on the Body Mass Index, body weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared (m²). Obesity can be handled by the discipline of implementing a healthy diet such as eating foods low in fat and sugar, and exercising regularly. Finding help is so very important because obesity is associated with more than thirty medical conditions. To get slim body is an urgent.

Good runners are generally thin people who have well-built legs which can support them for a faster run. Slim does don’t even breathe hard when engaging in physical activity. A low-fat-content body allows for free expansion of the rib cage and leaves space for the diaphragm to move downward as it should. When you slim, relieving the feet of extra weight renders pain-free movement and helps prevent the breakdown of arches. Thus make the cartilage in their feet last longer.

THE BENEFITS OF BEING SLIM

Easy to do exercises will improve your immune system. Exercising subjects you to stress and your immune system will keep you going during this point. This then means that as well as your heart and your lungs, and this can help you to get fewer illnesses. What else’s?

LESS COMMON HEART DISEASE

Leanness relieves pressure on the heart, lungs, and other internal organs. Slim folks have fewer incidences of heart disease and strokes than their overweight contemporaries. Weight loss diet results in a healthier body and a happier life.

UNCOMMON BACK PAIN

Few slim people suffer from chronic back pain. Losing weight relieves stress on the back muscles, and the result is pain-free movement.

IMPROVES THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

The blood on slim people is pumped more efficiently around their body. Thus can help to overcome problems such as those which caused by cholesterol.
Researchers caution that the recent study does not show that being overweight is healthy; in fact, fat people had twice the heart risk as slim people.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Is your food making you FAT or burn MORE fat?



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Healthy Food
If you've tried fat loss diets before and have used a variety of weight loss cookbooks to try to lose body fat, then you very likely know by now that those fat loss diets and the "healthy" cookbooks that go with them don't work. 


What is it about them that makes successful weight loss so difficult to achieve? 

Well for starters, most "healthy" cookbooks are NOT designed with high Metabolic Thermo Charge ingredients. They are not using the metabolic powers that certain foods have to make your body burn more body fat. Instead, they use ingredients with very low thermogenic effect. 

Why does this matter? Because the Metabolic Thermo Charge of food stands for how many calories your body will burn just by breaking down the nutrients each time you consume a certain food. 

Most people have absolutely no idea of the power some of these foods have over the fat burning processes that go on inside the body, and so they never really think twice about them. BIG MISTAKE. 

For example, simply consuming high-quality protein with most meals will naturally burn off more calories and move you closer to your target weight. Lean protein has a very high "Metabolic Thermo Charge". Spices also have a strong thermogenic effect on your body. Combining certain foods together, such as chicken and turmeric, with help you burn more fat after you eat it. 

Interesting, right? 

But that's not all. Another thing to consider is whether or not your so-called “healthy” cookbook has a real structure. Too often, cookbooks are just a bunch of recipes thrown together at random – you pick and choose what you feel like eating at that point in the day. That is NOT going to make you burn fat faster! 

Having a structure is mandatory if you want to rid yourself of stubborn fat. That's why we developed a quick and easy "Metabolic Nutri-Profile" system for all our recipes, so you can see precisely what nutrients you're taking in, which ensures that each meal makes the most of your metabolic rate. 

Don't make the mistake of venturing into the food jungle without your compass!
So we’ve talked about the food and the structure of your eating plan. Sounds like we’ve got it covered, right? NO! 

Ever followed a diet to a “T” and all of a sudden noticed that you stopped losing fat?
This is called the Metabolic Adaptation Phenomenon. It occurs at that point in your diet when your body knows precisely what it's getting in terms of food and has fully adapted to it. When it reaches this state, your metabolism slows down and fat loss screeches to a halt.
In order to avoid the Metabolic Adaptation Phenomenon, you have to vary your nutrient intake regularly, shocking your body as time goes on. This keeps it guessing and ensures your metabolism stays on high at all times. Having a wide range of fat loss recipes at your fingertips makes avoiding this frustrating condition a breeze! 

Now you know the REAL score when it comes to fat loss and dieting! Be sure to watch out for these three sneaky saboteurs next time you make the decision to lose fat! 


I told you this was great info, right? 

Dave and Karine know everything it takes to be successful when it comes to burning fat faster. And in Metabolic Cooking, they provide you with a huge collection of awesome fat torching recipes that will: 

1. Help you burn fat faster with the help of specific Metabolic Thermo Charged ingredients
2. Efficiently structure your meal plan with their simple and effective "Metabolic Nutri-Profile"
3. Fight the Metabolic Adaptation Phenomenon. 

If you struggle with food or nutrition, Metabolic Cooking is your knight in shining armour. 


Friday, September 27, 2013

started

It's started. I think I'll blog about health. That's it.


Reading a weight loss blog filled with lots of useful tips to shed excess pounds, written by a dieter who has succeeded in attaining a trimmer body, can be empowering. By reading about other people's experiences - including why they became overweight, the challenges or setbacks they hurdled, their day-to-day activities and thoughts while losing (or gaining back) weight, the mindset and techniques that worked for them - you can pick up insights to get slimmer and healthier.


Blogs definitely help people who are trying to lose weight, since they present concrete ways and steps to take in order to hurdle problems like looking fat and feeling bloated. Blog readers that post their comments in some blog sites, sharing their own thoughts and experiences, may also present a handful of interesting ideas or some newfound discoveries.


Some blogs are written by regular individuals just sharing thoughts that come to mind. Others are written by wellness experts or medical practitioners who give good advice. Both types of blogs can be beneficial, depending on the type of readers and what their needs are. There are readers who want to lose weight naturally and turn to naturopathic doctors or other credible blog writers sharing natural weight loss techniques and products. Most readers just stumble into blogs while doing online research on how to blast away fat, and end up gaining valuable information.


There are also blogs elaborating the dos and don'ts in dealing with unsightly flab to the more dangerous visceral fat that can lead to lots of other health complications. One of the great things about reading a weight loss blog is that it brings home the point that other dieters do fail, but undertake other measures to get back on track to attain their get-trim-and-healthy goal.


Indeed, weight loss and health blogs can offer tons of ideas and inspiration for people intent on winning the battle of the bulge. There are blogs that share recipes, and how certain exercises, activities or habits help people lose weight. Most blogs (including comments posted on the blog sites) cite product brands and other weight loss aids. There are also highly informative blogs that go into the nitty-gritty on how certain ingredients in weight loss products work or affect the body.


Fitness experts or exercise buffs who write blogs, on the other hand, share how to go about with certain activities (like yoga, Pilates or exercising with kettle bells, among other effective fat busters) to aid in weight loss and overall wellness. Featured health experts are sometimes also invited as guest bloggers to shed light on issues like weight loss myths and facts (and present studies to prove their point), or how sleep & other factors (like what types of foods are ideal to eat during certain times of the day or before & after a workout), plus many others.


Is It For Dollar $$$?


Well no! People tend to engage in blogging either for fun or for profit. Of course, people who blog for fun often make money from it, and people who blog for income have to enjoy what they do, or they will give it up pretty quickly.


There are millions of blogs on the internet, because people want to share their thoughts, and since the internet came along, that's easier than ever.


Some things that people share on their blogs can include:


        Opinions. Have you figured out what we should be doing about the economy? Do you have thoughts about how a certain vote or election should go? Are there education policies that you support or oppose? Do corporations exploit their customers? If you have an opinion about these things or any others, you can post it on your blog.
        Experiences. Are you struggling with a disease? Did you go to a certain university? Are you a parent, trying to become one, or determined never to have children? A blog is the perfect place to share your experiences. Many people will appreciate your thoughts on the things you have been through.
        Personal expression. This can include news about your family, your poetry, your artwork, random thoughts, plans for the future or reflections on the past. These blogs are about you, not you plus something else, so just say what's on your mind.
        Expertise. These kinds of blogs are often connected to your job or education. There are health blogs, education blogs, construction blogs, dry cleaning blogs, publishing blogs, and blogs focusing on any aspect of any industry you can think of. But you are part of one of those industries, and you have some skills to offer, too. A blog is a perfect place to do that.

People tend to engage in blogging either for fun or for profit. Of course, people who blog for fun often make money from it, and people who blog for income have to enjoy what they do, or they will give it up pretty quickly.

There are millions of blogs on the internet, because people want to share their thoughts, and since the internet came along, that's easier than ever.

Some things that people share on their blogs can include:

  •     Opinions. Have you figured out what we should be doing about the economy? Do you have thoughts about how a certain vote or election should go? Are there education policies that you support or oppose? Do corporations exploit their customers? If you have an opinion about these things or any others, you can post it on your blog.
  •     Experiences. Are you struggling with a disease? Did you go to a certain university? Are you a parent, trying to become one, or determined never to have children? A blog is the perfect place to share your experiences. Many people will appreciate your thoughts on the things you have been through.
  •     Personal expression. This can include news about your family, your poetry, your artwork, random thoughts, plans for the future or reflections on the past. These blogs are about you, not you plus something else, so just say what's on your mind.
  •     Expertise. These kinds of blogs are often connected to your job or education. There are health blogs, education blogs, construction blogs, dry cleaning blogs, publishing blogs, and blogs focusing on any aspect of any industry you can think of. But you are part of one of those industries, and you have some skills to offer, too. A blog is a perfect place to do that.