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Whole foods: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. Eat a rainbow of organic vegetables and just enough protein.
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Many options!: If you want a program that works and has meals pre-made for you so you don't have to measure and track calories, I would try Take Shape for Life. I, myself, used this program and lost 60 lb which has stayed off for 5 years. If that's not appealing, then look at www. Myfitnesspal. Com for ideas. A great book to read on permanent weight control: Dr. A's Habits of Health by Dr. Wayne Scott AndersonSee 1 more doctor answer
No such thing: I'm afraid no diet program promotes rapid or good weight loss. The best weapons to use in losing weight are healthy, balanced meals and regular exercise. There are several commercials on tv that promote success stories with weight loss, but to be honest, no program is successful unless you change your eating habits for the rest of your life, vs. Just a short term diet.See 1 more doctor answer
No such thing: I'm afraid no diet program promotes rapid or good weight loss. The best weapons to use in losing weight are healthy, balanced meals and regular exercise. There are several commercials on tv that promote success stories with weight loss, but to be honest, no program is successful unless you change your eating habits for the rest of your life, vs. Just a short term diet.
Eat less + exercise: There are a huge number of diet programs. Most emphasize high quality foods like vegetables. Any diet that actually reduces your caloric intake to less than you burn in a day will work. It's not the diets that are in question, it's our ability to follow them long enough to get results. Weight watchers has a nice online program that my patients like, but do any diet that you feel good on and can do.
Easy: No diet works if it is not balanced and combined with exercising. Eat less walk more!
YES: 3 questions: What do you eat? - fresh meat, fish, poultry, fruit and vegetables (5-6 small portions/day) plus fiber. Drink 8-10 glasses of water/day What you do? - cross train with high and low impact aerobics mixed with free weights, (consult a trainer) Who you are? - a photo of yourself in a bathing suit or naked, posted to your dressing room mirror. Lastly: lose the junk food!
How often should you add more to your diet if you're doing a strength training program and how much weight?
Eat better not more: Strength doesn't come from carbo loading, high calories, protein packing or other fads & trends. Improve your diet, try eating smaller meals more frequently, and balance activities to reduce injury risks and overuse. Sleep, breathe, enjoy! Push yourself enough to feel aching without ripping or residual pain. Focus on form so your strength is more functional. Target a healthy life-long weight goal.
What to do if I'm trying to lose some weight, can you guys give me a good diet program or some tips and advises?
Losing weight: Eat healthfully. Try to eat at least 5 servings of vegetables & 4 of fruit per day. Increase nutritional fiber. Avoid refined sugar & junk carbohydrates. Avoid alcohol, sweetened juices, soda & caffeinated beverages. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio & weight training.
Consider: Either a formal consultation through HealthTap Prime or review this with a certified personal trainer. This can't readily be answered in this short 400 character format.
Diet exercise advice: First, a discussion with your physician as to your goals. Supervised physician programs are more successful. Some patients are candidates for specific medications that can help with blocking fat absorption, metabolism or appetite. Second, a app and/or device to help you like myfitnesspal and/or a fitbit. Third, a discussion with a dietician to follow your progress. Lastly, through away the scale.
1200 calories a day: It is hard to give an answer without knowing more about the individual patient's weight, height, and activity levels. In our research trials, we advise women to eat a 1200 calorie diet and then adjust the diet based on weight loss and exercise. This should cause weight loss of about 2-3 lb per week.
Behavior /exercise: Behavior modification to healthy choices, good decision making and increased activity is the healthiest way. Moderation, variety, balance, portion control. It has to be a program you can follow that allows you to eat the foods you enjoy in moderation. There is no one food you can not have. Try lean proteins, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and poly and monounsaturated foods.
Please tell me how long it takes for to get noticeable results when starting a diet/exercise program?
It depends: On the program. The more carefully you eat, the more consistently (not vigorously) you train, the more rested you are the quicker results will begin to show. Remember, results will show more quickly for people who (1) don't have a lot of weight to lose, (2) eat healthfully, (3) and are in better general shape initially. That said, dramatic results can occur in a matter of weeks!