ONE STEP WEIGHT LOSS!

Written by Pete Shilling


Continued from page 1

All right, lets get to The One Step Secret to Weight Loss! You are going to love this even more after I tell you that it doesnít involve you doing ANYTHING! What? How can I lose weight, for free, and without putting out any effort? Sorry, but this sounds far too good to be true! It does sound too good to be true, but sometimesrepparttar most simple and effective things in life are most easily overlooked.

The One Step Secret to Weight Loss: Do not eat three hours before you go to bed. Thatís it! No fancy pills, no excruciating workouts. Simply stop eating three hours before you retire forrepparttar 131370 night. This means that if you plan on going to bed at 11pm,repparttar 131371 last item of food that you will eat that night will be no later than 8pm. To help you in this process try brushing your teeth at 8pm to remind yourself that you are done eating forrepparttar 131372 day. I know this sounds too easy to result in major weight loss, but after doing this for 30 days you will find yourself laughing atrepparttar 131373 diet pill commercials as you celebrate your newfound weight loss!

Pete Shilling, author and owner of Arnold Store wants to see you meet your fitness and weight loss goals! Are you a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger? Visit http://arnoldstore.com/ today for fun t-shirts and fitness products!


"Cookie Cutter" Low Carb Diet Plans Explained

Written by Jenny Mathers


Continued from page 1

To be fair, there are significant and many research papers that support and argue againstrepparttar low carb revolution, as yetrepparttar 131368 wider medical community has not fully made itís mind up as to whetherrepparttar 131369 diets are something that is favourable inrepparttar 131370 long term.

Recent research by Layman et. al., and Saris have found thatrepparttar 131371 low carb and high protein diets provide little benefit to dieters. Researchers found that when protein was moderately increased and carbohydrates proportionately decreased, insulin levels stabilised but no significant weight was lost. Saris in his review concluded that it is probable that a low carb, high fat diet will increaserepparttar 131372 likelihood of weight gain.

While there is a lot of evidence againstrepparttar 131373 low carb philosophy, there is also a lot of evidence to support it. Research published in May, 2004, found that when patients on a low carb diet were compared with patients on a low fat diet, those patients who had consumed a low carb diet had a greater weight loss, decreased triglyceride levels and increased levels of HDL's - in other words their cholesterol levels had improved. To putrepparttar 131374 icing onrepparttar 131375 cake research has just been published to supportrepparttar 131376 long term efficacy of eating a low carb diet.

Despiterepparttar 131377 evidence to support low carb diet plans, mainstream medicine still does not recommend them. The main points of contention withrepparttar 131378 low carb, high protein diets is that they donít offer balance and variety and could prove dangerous for people at risk of heart disease. Particularly with low carb diet plans such asrepparttar 131379 scarsdale diet, they are not realistic and cannot be maintained inrepparttar 131380 long term causing yo-yo dieting and no one wants that !

References:

Wim HM Saris Sugars, energy metabolism, and body weight control Am J Clin Nutr 78: 850S-857S

Donald K. Layman, Harn Shiue, Carl Sather, Donna J. Erickson and Jamie Baum Increased Dietary Protein Modifies Glucose and Insulin Homeostasis in Adult Women during Weight Loss Nutrition.org

Yamashita T, Sasahara T, Pomeroy SE, Collier G, Nestel PJ. Arterial compliance, blood pressure, plasma leptin, and plasma lipids in women are improved with weight reduction equally with a meat-based diet and a plant-based diet. Metabolism. 1998 Nov;47(11):1308-14.

Yancy WS Jr, Olsen MK, Guyton JR, Bakst RP, Westman EC. A low-carbohydrate, ketogenic diet versus a low-fat diet to treat obesity and hyperlipidemia: a randomized, controlled trial. Ann Intern Med. 2004 May 18;140(10):769-77.

Copyright © 2004 Jenny Mathers. All Rights Reserved.

Want more great ideas about which foods to eat and which to avoid ? Research fat burning foods at Savvy Fat Burning Foods


    <Back to Page 1
 
ImproveHomeLife.com © 2005
Terms of Use