Tag: weight loss
Our nation has become one of the most obese countries on earth. We wonder why and how this has happened. The lack of education from our school system on the benefits of good nutrition is a major contributing factor. We make our food choices based on what looks good and how it tastes. That particular method of assessment is not conducive to meeting the nutritional needs of our bodies. The result is being overweight and out of shape.
In one of the richest countries in the world, there are Americans who are starving simply because the body is so lacking the level of nutrition it needs to work. This is why we lead the world in preventable diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. These things can be prevented if we just make our food – our medicine and our medicine – our food!
How would you like to super charge your metabolism and lose fat from your belly, butt and thighs’ for good? If so, the follow the five fat loss tips below. If you follow these tips, we guarantee you will be able to fit into your favorite pair of ‘skinny jeans in no time.
1. Perform full body workouts
Using free weights instead of machines requires your body to use more muscle and to work harder which will speed your metabolism and increase fat burning. Here’s why, when you use a seated chest press machine you’re body does not have to worry about stabilizing itself. But when you use dumbbells your body has to call upon many more muscles to help stabilize and balance the dumbbells resulting in more muscles being worked.
Watermelon is sweet and juicy, so it is very suitable to eat in summer. Many ladies think of eating watermelons to lose weight, however, they have some misunderstandings in it. If they could not correct these misunderstandings, they will achieve the opposite results.
Watermelons cannot be regarded as meals. Although more than 94% of watermelon is water, its sugar content is also quite high. Watermelon with normal sweetness contains 5% of sugar, so it will bring higher calories and its calorie is 250 kcal / kg. That’s to say, if you eat a very big watermelon about four to five kilograms every day, it equals that you take in 1000 to 1250 kcal. The common rice calories we take in every meal are about 200 kcal. Eating one watermelon equals to eating five to six bowls of rice.