We are inundated these days with resources and commercials about clinics and programs all geared to help you lose weight. They can be VERY expensive and there is no guarantee that it will work for you.
You need proven resources that will motivate and share real data to keep you on track.
Resources can be valuable tools when you are trying to succeed at something.
They can aid in helping you understand the full spectrum of your goals so that you can succeed.
We all know knowledge is power, right?
I believe the resources I am about to share are great tools to help you succeed!
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What is health weight loss?
It's normal for anyone who wants to lose weight to want to lose it very rapidly. Evidence shows that people who lose weight more gradually ( 1-2 pounds a week) are more successful at keeping the weight off.
Losing weight is not easy, and it takes commitment. Life long commitment. If you are serious about getting off the yo-yo diet hamster wheel and are sick and tired of being sick and tired then you are in the right place.
We've got Free resources to help get you on the road to weight loss and better health.
A calorie counter is a way to count your daily caloric intake using our easy to use caloric counter. Calorie counting is an easy way for you to manage your weight. If you have a daily caloric requirement that you want to meet, or you need to monitor your caloric intake, our calorie counting technique is for you. Our calorie chart is easy to read, and you can easily count the calories in food that you eat.
A food diary is great tool for anyone and this one-page chart is a convenient way to track what you eat for seven days. Keep it in the kitchen or in your purse or briefcase and use it to write down everything that you eat and drink throughout the day.
The Calorie Calculator can be used to estimate the calories you need to consume each day. This calculator can also provide some simple guideline if you want to gain or lose weight. Use the "metric units" tab if you are more comfortable with the international standard metric units.
The Body Fat Calculator can be used to estimate your total body fat based on your size. Use the "metric units" tab if you are more comfortable with the international standard metric units. To get the best results, measure to the nearest 1/4 inch (0.5cm). This calculation is based on the U.S. Navy method.
The Weight Watchers Points System is one of the useful tools for those who want to lose or control weight. With this system, foods were assigned points. You count and control the total points of the food you take per day.
The Carbohydrate Calculator estimates the percentage of carbohydrates you will need each day. Carbohydrates are not essential nutrients – the human body can obtain all its energy from protein and fats. However, the brain and its neurons generally cannot burn fat and need glucose for energy. The Institute of Medicine recommends a minimum of 130 grams of carbohydrates per day, which is the average minimal usage of glucose that the brain uses on a daily basis.
The Ideal Weight Calculator computes the ideal body weight as well as a healthy body weight range based on height, gender, and age. People have pursued an ideal weight formula for centuries, and hundreds of formulas and tables have been created. However, there is still no definite answer regarding the "best" weight for a person. However, the results obtained by most formulas are very good. The Ideal Weight Calculator provides the results of all the popular formulas for comparison purposes.
The Body Type Calculator can be used for females to check their body shape based on their BWH (bust, waist, and hip) measurements.
If you want to lose weight you need to exercise
According to the Jama Network 300 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise a week. This equals to 5 hours per week , about 42 minutes a day.
Vigorous exercise includes:
- Speed walking, Jogging or running
- Swimming laps
- Tennis (singles)
- Aerobic Dancing (Zumba)
- Cycling (10 mph or faster)
- Jumping rope
- Heavy gardening (continuous hoeing or shoveling)
- Hiking uphill with heavy backpack
Moderate exercises includes:
- Brisk Walking (Not speed walking)
- Water aerobics
- Cycling (less then 10 mph)
- Tennis (doubles)
- Ballroom dancing (Dancing)
- General gardening
You can measure your physical activity with the Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE)
As defined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this is a way of measuring physical activity intensity level. Perceived exertion is how hard you feel like your body is working.
The RPE is based on the physical sensations you experience during physical activity.
- increased heart rate
- increased respiration or breathing rate
- increased sweating, and
- muscle fatigue.
Commit to your weight loss journey. Make lifestyle changes. Utilize the tools and resources to understand where you need to be and how you can achieve your goal.
Don't think of it as a punishment instead think about how good you will feel when you start to shed the pounds.
Your future self will thank you for it.