Estimate your body fat percentage:This is the amount of lean tissue vs. fat you have on your body.You can use the picture above for reference.If you weigh 250lbs and have body-fat of 25%, you will have 62.5lbs of fat and 187lbs of lean tissue (muscle, bones, organs, etc).Your body composition is directly related to how many calories you burn at rest, so knowing this will indicate what your daily calorie intake should be.Here is a link to our free calorie calculator tool for fat loss.
Most of the bacteria that dwell in your gut are pretty useful. They produce hormones, regulate your immune system, digest food, extract nutrients, control your mood, manage your appetite, and much more besides. That obese people tend to have higher numbers of Firmicutes bacteria is no coincidence – according to research published in the online journal Nature, these bacteria increase the number of calories your body absorbs from food.
And that’s why only tea makes sense as the basis of a cleanse that you can revisit over and over again. You don’t have to order it from a fancy delivery service, spend oodles of your hard-earned dough on proprietary concoctions, or become a monk who can’t join in social events because there’s none of your magic elixir on hand. If you have a few dimes and access to hot water, you’ve got it made.
Sorry, kitchen’s closed (for 12 to 15 hours since you last ate). Nighttime fasting—or reducing your “eating window”—may help to reset your metabolism and burn the extra glucose in your system after a period of overindulgence, according to researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. The scientists fed adult mice one of four diets—some high in sugar, some high in fat, some both. And each of the four diets contained the same number of calories. From there, mice in each diet group were then given set times to eat. Some could eat whenever they wanted, others were restricted to feeding times of 9, 12 or 15 hours a day. Regardless of what kind of diet they ate, and regardless of the fact that they ate the same number of calories, mice in the 9-hour and 12-hour groups remained healthy, while all of the mice in the 15-hour group became obese.
According to Health.com, excess abdominal fat, or what others call “unwanted belly fat,” is a predictor of heart diseases, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, and even several cancers. Each of those diseases and conditions affects your health in a negative way and can also become fatal if you don’t take care of that excess belly fat. But in order to take care of it, you must first figure out what type of belly you have. Once you identify that, you can take the next steps to getting rid of it. Below you will find the most common types of bellies and how you can get rid of them.
Feeling bloated and puffy around the middle? This ginger, cucumber and lemon detox drink will help you feel leaner, and will aid in reducing the bloat. A healthy addition to your general diet, it will help reduce water retention, boost your metabolism, flush your body of toxins, and keep you hydrated. You’ll also benefit from added vitamins, minerals and enzymes, as well as an extra kick of energy.
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In one of the greatest feats of marketing ever, Vitaminwater produces products that sound a lot like health drinks but are nothing more than straight-up sugar. Its Power-C Dragonfruit flavored water has 120 calories and 31 grams of sugar—that’s the equivalent of drinking 13 Jolly Ranchers. You would lose more than a pound a month just by making this one swap each day.
Say good riddance to the summers filled with unhealthy lemonade. Kiss the bellyaches goodbye by switching to the joy of this stunningly sweet strawberry detox water. A rich lemon core purifies the entire digestive arena, and it masks most of the complex flavor with a brilliant spectacle of sour. Scrunched basil leaves really amplify the tang, and strawberries bring endless antioxidants to the table. Overall, this is not a drink to be trifled with; however, it can be enjoyed during all occasions. As a bonus, it offers a great method to show off a gardeners grand harvest each coming year.
I've had every tea that is listed in this book and never noticed any of the results that are claimed. Hell, I even went pretty deep into Puer tea and bought a few hundred dollars of the stuff, then spent months drinking it and noticed nothing at all by way of results. Over a year ago I came across information that explained that the difference between people who get results from drinking tea, whether green tea or white tea, oolong, or puer tea, is that those who got results were drinking between ...more
Many people have a tendency to overeat carbohydrates- especially the processed carbs like white pastas, breads, many cereals, and pastries. Though tasty, these foods pack on the lower belly fat. Studies show that diets full of these over-processed carbohydrates contribute to weight gain and cardiovascular problems and Type 2 diabetes. These quick to digest products do not leave you feeling full for very long.(9) In contrast, whole grains are rich in fiber and essential minerals. Food full of fiber satisfies your hunger for a longer period of time than foods lower in fiber. Additionally, whole grains can help lower cholesterol levels. And in some cases, whole grains can help protect you against certain cancer types. If that’s not enough, whole grains can:
Belly fat has gotten a mostly deserved reputation as an unhealthy fat. "Understand that belly fat is both visceral and subcutaneous," says Kristen Gill Hairston, MD, MPH, an assistant professor of medicine at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, N.C. "We don't have a perfect way yet to determine which [of belly fat] is subcutaneous or visceral, except by CT scan, but that's not cost-effective."