Enjoy Weight Loss This Holiday

Written by Chris Read

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•Make a scheduler for your daily workouts. Always use a daily calendar or other inventory to set-aside time to complete them. Keep on regular update on your fitness calendar. Never skip a single day’s workout. Stick torepparttar timetable just like any other important business appointment.

•At holiday dinners, skiprepparttar 137628 gravy, dressings, and high-calorie condiments.

•There can be days when you may feel real lack of motivation. There can be time when you seriously find it hard to devote even 15 minute for daily workout. Even on these instances, do just 10 minutes of exercise. Try not to break this habit and go full throttle religiously.

•Health clubs can be good to follow a strict discipline and regular exercise. But at they same time, you end up coughing lots of money. If feasible, try to exercise at home. You’ll find yourself more committed and inclined at to do workouts at your own pace and confidence. Atrepparttar 137629 same time, you will be saving time on driving, parking,repparttar 137630 locker room or waiting to use equipment.

•Drink less alcoholic beverages. The average alcoholic drink contains 150-200 calories per glass. Even if you indulge in these, try mixing half try mixing half a glass of wine with sparkling water or with a diet soda. This will help cut your calories in half.

•During socializing, focus on sharing time with your friends and relatives other than sharing desserts and hot chocolates. During get-togethers spendrepparttar 137631 majority of time talking and discussing events and interesting topics with your dear ones.

The above-mentioned tips must come handy to you when you are honestly on a path to weight loss program. Always find a balance between staying fit and also enjoyingrepparttar 137632 fun ofrepparttar 137633 season. Last but notrepparttar 137634 least; never forget that moderation isrepparttar 137635 magic mantra to weight loss key. Enjoy a great holiday season ahead!

Chris Read, is a an associated

Low GI Diet Or Low Carb Diet – Which One Is Best?

Written by Lee Dobbins

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While we all know that meats and fats are no carb and green leafy vegetables are low carb, some may not be aware of what foods have a low glycemic index. Most vegetables (except potatoes, beets, pumpkin) have a very low GI. Some fruits that have a low GI include citrus fruits, apples, plums and peaches while most other fruits have a medium GI value. Oatmeal, most pasta and whole wheat bread also have a low gi.

So which diet is best?

Where many people inrepparttar health and nutrition profession consider a low carb diet to be unhealthy, most everyone would consider a gi diet to be very healthy. Studies have shown that eating lots of fruits and vegetables can help to bolster your immune system thus allowing you to fight disease and eating high fat meats may adversely affect your health and help contribute to heart disease. That being said, it has also been shown that being overweight is a major health risk for many diseases sorepparttar 137627 best diet is probably one that works for you! Some folks might respond better to a low carb, others to a low gi. Either way, it makes sense to make healthy food choices, limit food intake and exercise for your good health.

Lee Dobbins is contributing writer at http://www.lowcarb-resource.com where you can find out more about low carb and low gi eating. View our handy list of the glycemic value of foods at: http://www.lowcarb-resource.com/foods-low-in-glycemic-index.html

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