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10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« on: March 05, 2010, 10:50:56 PM »
10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
 
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There's nothing like a weight loss strategy that takes almost no time or effort--but still works like a charm! Here are 10 successful strategies to cut calories and burn fat that literally take 60 seconds or less.

1. Mix a juice spritzer
Combine your favorite juice (half of your usual amount) with plain or sparkling water. You can cut up to 85 calories per glass--and lose 5 pounds or more a year.

2. Walk while you talk
Burn calories while you talk on the phone: Do the laundry (68 calories), set the table (85), or water plants (102).

3. Study the wrapper
At a quick glance, that candy bar appears to contain 220 calories. But a closer look may reveal that it (or a bottle of juice, bag of crackers, or bag of nuts) provides two or more servings--which more than doubles those calories.

4. Sip green tea before a walk
The caffeine frees fatty acids so that you burn fat more easily. And the polyphenols (antioxidant compounds) in green tea appear to work with caffeine to increase calorie burn. (If you have high blood pressure, skip this tip.)

5. Pack a lunch
Dining out more than 5 times a week may make you eat more--nearly 300 calories a day--than if you dine out less frequently.

6. Dip your bread
Use olive oil in place of butter. It's healthier and may also help you eat less. In a recent study, dippers ate a total of 52 fewer calories, on average, than those who used butter.

7. Sprinkle flax on cereal
High-fiber ground flaxseed can help curb your appetite and eliminate calories. Add it to yogurt or muffin and bread mixes--it's available in health food stores.

8. Schedule a blood test
About 1 in every 12 women (most of whom don't know it) has an underactive thyroid, which can slow down her metabolism.

9. Supersize your H2O
Buy the big bottle when it comes to good-for-you stuff such as water: You'll drink more.

10. Eat a chunky salad
Chop carrots, celery, sweet potatoes, zucchini, or other veggies instead of shredding or slicing. It takes more effort to munch bigger pieces; you'll do more chewing and eat less during the main course.

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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2010, 04:17:16 PM »
If we really want to lose our weight, first and foremost task is to change our food habit.

We have to eat vegetables and low calorie food.

We should take supper or dinner at an early time at night. 7pm or 8 pm would be appropriate time because it needs to digest our food before we go to sleep.

We should never eat food and go to sleep after that. Otherwise, it will help to store fat in our body.

Let us do exercise 20 to 30 minutes everyday. It can be free hand exercise.

 
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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2010, 03:50:22 PM »
Thank you for your valuable advice for weight loss tips. Who have gained over wight he/she should follow these tips.
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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2010, 04:56:03 PM »
Assalamualikum
i think that this is very helpful us for weight loos tips.
we are wanted to control our weight.
that's why this is grate tips for us.
thanks sir giving this types of tips.
we hope that next time we are get more helpful tips too.
thanks
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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #4 on: May 21, 2010, 09:39:21 PM »
ধূমপান ও মদ্যপানের কুফলের দীর্ঘ তালিকায় আরেকটি সংযোজন আলঝেইমারসের ঝুঁকি। যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের একদল গবেষক জানিয়েছেন, ধূমপায়ী ও মদ্যপায়ীদের স্মৃতিবিনাশী রোগ আলঝেইমারসে দ্রুত আক্রান্ত হওয়ার ঝুঁকি বেশি। আলঝেইমারস রোগে আক্রান্ত ষাটোর্ধ্ব ব্যক্তিদের ওপর পরিচালিত এক সমীক্ষায় দেখা গেছে, যারা দিনে দুই পেগের বেশি মদ খায়, তারা অন্যদের তুলনায় গড়ে পাঁচ বছর আগে আলঝেইমারসে আক্রান্ত হয়। অন্যদিকে, যারা দৈনিক ২০টির বেশি সিগারেট খায়, তারাও অধূমপায়ীদের চেয়ে বছর দুয়েক আগে এ রোগে আক্রান্ত হয়। গবেষকেরা বলেছেন, যারা একই সঙ্গে ধূমপায়ী ও মদ্যপায়ী, তাদের অধূমপায়ী ও অমদ্যপায়ীদের তুলনায় ছয়-সাত বছর আগে অ্যালঝেইমারস রোগের লক্ষণ দেখা দিতে শুরু করে। এই দলের প্রধান গবেষক ফ্লোরিডার মাউন্ট সিনাই মেডিকেল সেন্টারের ডা· রঞ্জন দুয়ারা বলেন, আলঝেইমারস রোগের জিনবাহী বা ঝুঁকিপূর্ণ ব্যক্তিদের ধূমপান ও মদ্যপান ত্যাগ করে এ রোগে আক্রান্ত হওয়া বিলম্বিত করা সম্ভব।

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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2010, 03:23:21 PM »
The Effect of Our Surroundings on Body Weight

Researchers point to external causes of--and fixes for--the obesity pandemic
By Hal Arkowitz and Scott O. Lilienfeld   

Obesity is a “global epidemic,” according to the World Health Organization. Two thirds of American adults and one third of school-age children are either overweight or obese (defined as extremely overweight). These proportions have been rising steeply, report the latest surveys. From 1960 to 2002 the population of overweight and obese adults increased by roughly 50 percent, and the corresponding increase for children was 300 percent. Compounding the problem, obesity rates in other countries are rapidly approaching those in the U.S.

What is causing this pandemic, and what can we do about it? Researchers have provided some tentative answers that fly in the face of commonly held beliefs. They suggest that the increase in obesity may be a result of environmental changes that tempt us into unhealthy habits and tend to overwhelm our psychological defenses against consuming too much and succumbing to fattening fare. In fact, environmental cues can exacerbate any innate tendency to use food as a balm for jittery nerves or sadness. Thus, many health experts advocate legislation—for instance, a tax on junk food—that promotes healthy eating. Others are trying to help individuals change their immediate eating milieu in ways that discourage overeating.

Obesity Myths
Many people, including health care professionals, believe that obesity can be attributed simply to a lack of self-control or willpower. It is true that obese people are often unable to adequately control their eating. But lack of self-control is merely a description, not an explanation. What remains to be explained is why they cannot exercise self-control.

Nevertheless, doctors routinely tell their obese patients to restrict what they eat. Diet books, articles in health magazines and on Web sites, and commercial weight-loss programs also encourage people to eat less and exercise more. Unfortunately, approaches based on self-control do not seem to work very well. As sales of weight-loss books have climbed recently—from 3.6 million copies in 2005 to 4.8 million in 2007—so has obesity. Further, two thirds of those who slim down in weight-loss programs regain their weight within a year, and almost all have put back the pounds within five years.

Other explanations of the increase in obesity are based on genes and psychological factors. It is true that many people are predisposed to gain weight because of their genetic makeup. But genetic factors cannot account for the sharp increase in the prevalence of obesity in society. The genes within a population relevant to weight do not change appreciably in 50 years. Some psychological factors may also play a role in obesity, including impulsivity, anxiety and a tendency among some people to eat during negative emotional states. But here, too, there is no reason to believe that these characteristics have become more prevalent in recent decades. Therefore, genetic and psychological factors cannot account for the rise in obesity.

Toxic Environment
Results of a large number of studies support the conclusion that environmental cues exert a powerful influence on our eating behaviors. And unlike biological factors, our nutritional environment has changed radically in the past 50 years. In various publications, Yale University psychologist Kelly D. Brown­ell has used the term “toxic environment” to refer to this new dietary atmosphere, which is characterized by pervasive exposure to food that is energy-dense, heavily marketed, cheap and widely accessible, accompanied by a lack of physical activity.

A 1995 report by the Institute of Medicine set the stage for future work when it concluded that the root of the obesity problem “must lie in the powerful social and cultural forces that promote an energy-rich diet and a sedentary lifestyle.” More recent studies have borne out this statement. These forces, Brownell postulates, include the explosion of fast food outlets, increasingly large restaurant portion sizes, “all you can eat” buffets, the proliferation of mini markets that sell high-calorie snacks and drinks, contracts between schools and fast food and soft drink companies to sell their products in school cafeterias, and widespread powerful food advertising.

Given the importance of the environment on obesity, many researchers, including Brownell, argue that we need new laws and social policies to combat obesity. Brownell’s controversial proposals suggest, for example, regulating food advertising aimed at children, prohibiting fast foods and soft drinks in schools, and subsidizing healthy foods.

Taxation is another potentially effective means of reducing consumption of harmful products, as the tobacco tax has demonstrated. Brownell and Thomas Frieden, who now heads the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, have argued for a tax on one of the biggest contributors to obesity: sugar-sweetened beverages. Recently the U.S. Senate Finance Committee recommended such a tax to help combat obesity. Although major soft drink corporations vehemently oppose such a tax, the proposal is now on the national agenda.

Cornell University researcher Brian Wansink and his colleagues have found that cues in our personal eating environment also exert pressure on our tendencies to overeat. Based on these findings, they have suggested various ways of altering our environment to influence us to eat less. They advise, for instance, reducing portion sizes, keeping tempting food out of sight, never eating directly out of a package, and asking waiters to remove the chips or bread from the table.

Analyzing the power of environmental influences on obesity can lead to many practical suggestions for lessening their detrimental effects and encouraging lifelong healthy eating. And because obesity is a serious problem that has managed to spread to many corners of the globe, we must explore every possible avenue to reduce its prevalence.

Conspicuous Consumption
Studies show that our surroundings greatly influence how much and what we eat. In his book Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think (Bantam Dell, 2007), Brian Wansink, professor of consumer behavior and nutritional science at Cornell University, describes the environmental stimuli that numerous investigations have tied to overeating. Here are some of them:

The larger the amount of food on a plate, the more we eat. The bigger the food container, the more we eat. When the food we prepare comes in large packages, we prepare and eat more than if the food comes in smaller packages. We eat more when the food is visible and conveniently located. We eat more when the food has an appealing name (such as Succulent Italian Seafood Filet) than when the same food has an ordinary name (such as Seafood Filet). Schoolchildren who live close to fast food outlets have a 5 percent higher obesity rate than do students who attend schools farther away from such stores. People who move from less modernized countries to more modernized ones show increased rates of obesity as compared with individuals who stay in their less modernized country.
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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2010, 04:50:28 PM »
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I THINK THAT YOUR POST IS VERY HELPFUL FOR US BUT I HAVE NEED SUGASATION ON HOW TO CONTROL Toxic INCLUDED DISES?

I THINK THAT , MOST 0F HIGH WEIGHTED  PERSION HAVE GASRTOLOGY PROBLEM AND SESSIONAL PROBLEM.
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THATS WHY I HAVE NEED SOME INFORMATION HOW CAN CONTROL OUR GASTRIC AND STOMACK DISES?

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Re: 10 Weight Loss Tips That Work in One Minute or Less
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