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    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • Low calorie sweeteners provide an option for people who want to reduce energy intake and manage BW

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Do Artificial Sweeteners Lead to Decreased Energy Intake and Body Weight?

Do Artificial Sweeteners Lead to Decreased Energy Intake and Body Weight?

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Dr Kiel quickly reviews Do Artificial Sweeteners Lead to Decreased Energy Intake and Body Weight? (A systematic review and meta-analyses). MORE DIET AND NUTRITION RESEARCH https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt6puIp2CPGUQUOsj0_xpbe7IuImfg0fu READ MORE https://www.healthydocs.net/home/2017/do-artificial-sweeteners-lead-to-decreased-energy-intake-and-body-weight SUPPORT ME BY SHOPPING ON AMAZON (NO EXTRA COST) http://amzn.to/2xBnfFF Please like, subscribe, comment and share! Follow me: SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelifestyle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/drjohnkiel/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/jkielmph/ WEBSITE: http://healthydocs.net/ Low energy sweeteners are consumed worldwide. Examples include: Acesulfame-k (Sunett, Sweet One) Aspartame (Nutrasweet, Equal) Saccharin (Sweet’N Low) Stevia Sucralose (Splenda) The nutritional impact of artificial sweeteners is controversial. Many of the results evaluating health benefits are inconclusive and have often revealed mixed and inconsistent findings. As a result, researchers, dietitians, and consumers have a very difficult time determining which, if any, artificial sweeteners are acceptable alternatives to table sugar. It remains unclear whether artificial sweeteners decrease or increase your risk of becoming overweight or obese. Although consumption of low energy sweeteners should reduce overall energy intake when compared to equivalent intake of normal energy foods, this too remains an area of controversy. One area of concern is that artificial sweeteners will artificially suppress appetite, leading to individuals eating more net calories. It’s also unclear how beverages with artificial sweeteners compare to water. The authors wanted to look at the entirety of research on the subject and attempt to draw some larger conclusions. In the broadest strokes, the evidence is convincing that consumption of artificial or low energy sweeteners in place of sugar is helpful in reducing energy intake and body weight. Surprisingly, consumption of artificially sweetened beverages on body weight was neutral compared to water. These findings suggest, to me at least, that artificial sweetened beverages could be used to help aid in body weight management and weight loss. How to best do that remains unclear. I would be more guarded with conclusions about water and not ditch H2O just yet.
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6 Pack Diet Plan Disaster (CALORIE CUTTING!)

6 Pack Diet Plan Disaster (CALORIE CUTTING!)

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Stop starving yourself and build ripped lean muscle here http://athleanx.com/x/meal-plan-for-abs-and-muscle The biggest mistake one can make when trying to diet for a 6 pack is creating their caloric deficit through reduced food intake alone. You simply cannot look at your nutrition that simply. Food provides so much more than just calories and energy. The right types of food can trigger a hormonal cascade that can not only tip the scales of protein synthesis but can set the stage for whether you can continue to stick to your hypo caloric diet long term. Eating for a six pack is one of the most overcomplicated things that lifters will do. They attempt to cut fast by eating far fewer calories than they normally take in. All this does is cause reflexive hunger and cravings that wind up catching up to you sooner or later and preventing you from sticking to your weight loss plan long term. The proper way to achieve a state of hypo caloric deficit is to focus more on creating the deficit through training and not diet. If you are eating a clean diet and just can’t seem to lose those last levels of body fat, you likely are suffering from this phenomenon first hand. The key is to actually increase the calories that you are eating and aim towards creating more of a calorie burn through training instead. The burst training workouts that ATHLEAN-X is known for are a great way to start doing that and they won’t take you very long to do this. In just 20 minutes or less, you can start burning hundreds of calories while allowing you to resume eating more calories and still lose body fat. The increased food intake will carry along with it, important micronutrients and macronutrients that are necessary for stimulating muscle growth. Over time, the more muscle that you accumulate the more metabolically active tissue you have which itself will require a higher set point of daily caloric intake. This is why athletes can eat much more throughout the day and still be ripped. The amount of calories they burn training or playing allows them to increase their food intake which helps them to provide their muscles with the nutrition and quality foods needed to support muscle growth. If you keep making the abs diet mistake of cutting calories alone, you will find that your metabolism will slow and your fat burning efforts will come to a halt. For a complete program that helps you to make nutrition simple, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. See exactly how to eat to get a ripped six pack while building all new lean athletic muscle at the same time. For more ab workouts and nutrition videos as well as diets for six pack abs, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Control Hunger & Lose Weight | Easy Food Tips, How to, Empty Calories | Psychetruth Diet Info

Control Hunger & Lose Weight | Easy Food Tips, How to, Empty Calories | Psychetruth Diet Info

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What 2000 Calories Looks Like

What 2000 Calories Looks Like

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Here's what your daily allowance actually looks like. Inspired by this post: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-does-200-calories-look-like.htm Check out more videos at: http://www.youtube.com/BuzzFeedVideo 10 Amazing Things Made With Pizza Boxes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nq_ZI_rDwQ The Most Trivial Mind Blowing Things You Never Thought Of Before http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIy4aUw1cXQ Music: http://soundcloud.com/botwin Among the foods featured in this video: doughnuts, carrots, Cinnabons, Big Macs, McNuggets, fries, Olive Garden fettucini alfredo, beer, bananas, bagels, bread
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How to Lower Your BMI

How to Lower Your BMI

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Watch more How to Be Healthy videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/418806-How-to-Lower-Your-BMI The body mass index, or BMI, is a tool used to assess your weight status based on your height. Use these tips to lower your BMI. Step 1: Decrease calorie intake Decrease your calorie intake by decreasing the amount of high fat foods you eat, and eating small amounts of unsaturated fats, which are good for your heart and help you to absorb fat-soluble vitamins. In order to create a calorie deficit, you have to eat fewer calories than your body uses. Step 2: Exercise portion control Exercise portion control. Too many calories from any source will be stored as body fat, so adjust your portion sizes so that you get an appropriate number of calories. Step 3: Eat fruits, vegetables, and whole grains Eat at least five servings a day of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. These foods are loaded with healthy vitamins, and packed with fiber to keep you feeling full. Tip Pace yourself and eat slowly. It takes 10 to 20 minutes for your brain to get the message from your stomach that you've had enough to eat. Step 4: Eat a variety of foods Eat a variety of foods daily. Consult the Food Guide Pyramid at MyPyramid.gov to find and choose different foods within the various food groups multiple times each day. Step 5: Limit sugars and alcohol Limit your consumption of food with added sugar, such as soda, candy, and alcoholic beverages. They provide almost no necessary nutrients and are just empty calories. Tip Alcohol slows down the body's use of fat for fuel by as much as 1/3, which means fat is more likely to be stored in your body. Step 6: Exercise Make exercise a priority. Get at least 30 minutes of light exercise every day. You'll have more energy and you'll be burning calories. Step 7: Develop a positive attitude Develop a positive attitude by setting realistic goals and focusing on fitness instead of weight. Pay attention to your body's hunger and fullness cues, and only eat when you're hungry -- not when you're bored or stressed. If your weight is a major concern, consult a doctor. Did You Know? To lose one pound of fat, you need to create a deficit of 3,500 calories.
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Energy Intake and Exercise as Determinants of Brain Health and Vulnerability to... - Prof. Mattson

Energy Intake and Exercise as Determinants of Brain Health and Vulnerability to... - Prof. Mattson

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Plenary Session "Exercise, Energy Intake, Brain Health and Well Being" at ECSS Malmö 2015 Energy Intake and Exercise as Determinants of Brain Health and Vulnerability to Injury and Disease Mattson, M. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Humans evolved in environments where food was not continuously available, and so possess robust adaptive physiological and behavioral responses to periods of food scarcity. Emerging research in this Laboratory and elsewhere has shown that intermittent energy restriction (IER; for example fasting for a period of 24 hours several times each week) and vigorous exercise can increase numbers and strength of synapses and can enhance brain function (cognitive and sensory – motor performance) and mood. We find that the general mechanism by which IER and exercise benefit neurons is by challenging them by increasing their activation state and energy demand, which results in a coordinated engagement of signaling pathways that promote neuroplasticity and cellular stress resistance. The pathways activated by exercise and IF include those involving brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), mitochondrial biogenesis, DNA repair and removal of oxidatively damaged proteins and organelles (autophagy). Peripheral changes in energy metabolism that occur during fasting and exercise may also contribute to their beneficial effects on the brain. In this regard, the depletion of glycogen stores in the liver triggers the mobilization of fatty acids from fat cells and the production of ketone bodies. Ketone bodies such as beta-hydroxybutyrate provide an alternative energy source for neurons and may also activate signaling pathways that enhance the ability of the brain to cope with stress. Our studies in animal models of chronic neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases) and acute brain injury (stroke and severe epileptic seizures) demonstrate robust neuroprotective and neurorestorative effects of IER. IER protects the brain by bolstering antioxidant defenses and protein chaperone levels, and by suppressing inflammation. The implications of these findings for strategies for optimizing brain function and reducing the risk of neurodegenerative disorders will be described. Acknowledgement: Supported by the intramural research program of the National Institute on Aging.
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How to Lose 2 Pounds Per Week

How to Lose 2 Pounds Per Week

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Watch more Weight Loss Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/218396-How-to-Lose-2-Pounds-Per-Week Warning Always consult a physician before attempting to do any exercise or diet plan. Step 1: Reduce calorie intake Reduce your calorie intake. One pound of fat contains approximately 3,500 calories. To lose two pounds per week, you will have to burn or decrease your daily calorie intake by 1,000 calories. Step 2: Exercise Exercise for 30 minutes a day to burn calories and build muscle. The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn. Step 3: Drink water Drink plenty of cold water. It helps increase your metabolism. Six to eight glasses a day is recommended. Tip Avoid drinking high-calorie sugary beverages such as sodas, juice, sports drinks, and alcoholic beverages, which contribute to weight gain. Step 4: Eat fruits and vegetables Eat a low-calorie, low-fat diet. Choose foods high in fiber such as fruits, vegetables, and grains to help you feel full longer. Step 5: Limit portions Watch your food portions, especially with foods high in calories and fat. Tip When dining out, ask your server to portion half your meal in a to-go container so you’re not tempted to overeat. Step 6: Eat breakfast Eat breakfast. It gives you energy, jumpstarts your metabolism, and helps keep you from overeating later in the day. Did You Know? Being overweight puts you at a higher risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
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Intermittent Fasting: Top 5 Mistakes- Thomas DeLauer

Intermittent Fasting: Top 5 Mistakes- Thomas DeLauer

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Please Be Sure to Subscribe for 3x Videos Per Week! http://www.thomasdelauer.com Intermittent Fasting: Top 5 Mistakes- Thomas DeLauer… No Healthy Foods: At the end of a fast people will be hungry and, as a result, will make poor decisions on what to eat. Your stomach is like a muscle. When it's filled with large meals three times a day, the dispensability (amount your stomach walls can stretch) increases. When you head in the other direction - eating many small meals throughout the day - your stomach's capacity goes down. Intermittent fasting will make you eat fewer meals, resulting in your stomach shrinking and less caloric intake. People will indulge in a less than healthy meal and feel overly full after – don’t have room for veggies as stomach shrinks. Less Calories: Most people who try intermittent fasting end up cutting weight. You might plan big meals, but consistently eating them is difficult in practice. Even if you tell people that they can eat two large meals at lunch and dinner, they typically end up eating fewer calories than they would at 3 or 4 normal meals. Most people lose weight while intermittent fasting because when they cut out meals, they don't make up for it with bigger meal sizes. Even if you tell people that they can eat two large meals at lunch and dinner, they typically end up eating fewer calories than they would at 3 or 4 normal meals. Creamer: A “fasted state” is merely a definition of a specific metabolic state — no food (calories) whatsoever in the gut. Any food or drink with a caloric value will cause a spike in insulin because insulin is the hormone that regulates whether you store fat or release it. In a fasting state, the metabolism draws a significant amount of its energy from stored fat, any small amount of calories coming in (cream in your coffee, for example) would nudge the body away from metabolizing fat until those calories are used up. Also breaking the long term effects of a fast. By maintaining low levels of insulin throughout your fast, you ensure that the body has a chance to release — and use — fat stores. Enough calories would elicit enough insulin that fat metabolism would diminish, since insulin discourages lipolysis (2) BCAAs: A 2011 study, from the Journal of Nutrition, looked at the effects of branched-chain amino acid supplementation on plasma concentrations of free amino acids, insulin, and energy substrates in a group of men aged 22-25. On the first day, the participants arrived at the laboratory after an overnight fast. A baseline blood samples was acquired and then the subjects consumed the beverage with 1 g of BCAAs. Seven additional blood samples were acquired during the subsequent 3 hrs. Five days later, the same participants repeated the procedure with a beverage containing 5 g BCAAs. Found that plasma insulin levels transiently spiked after BCAA ingestion and spikes in insulin can be detrimental when fasting – halts the fat burnings effect (1) Study Links: For BCAA study: Full Study (Journal of Nutrition): http://jn.nutrition.org/content/136/1/324S.full Summarized versions: http://easacademy.org/research-news/article/effects-of-branched-chain-amino-acid-supplementation-on-plasma-concentrations-of-free-amino-acids-i https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21512300 Drinking Enough Water: When fasting, your body goes through a process known as apoptosis where your body doesn’t have to digest food, so it begins getting rid of dead or broken cells. Without enough water, your body is unable to transport and excrete what it needs to. On top of that, the majority of your energy needs are being supplied by breaking down fat stores during the fast . Fat is the storage site for most toxins your body encounters, and releasing a bunch of this fat will also release a bunch of toxins in your bloodstream. Mineral Consumption: Adding the right kind of salt, in the form of sea salt, to your diet during your fasting eating period is important when reducing caloric intake because every structure and function of the body needs minerals to function properly. References: 1) Effects of branched-chain amino acid supplementation on plasma concentrations of free amino acids, i. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://easacademy.org/research-news/article/effects-of-branched-chain-amino-acid-supplementation-on-plasma-concentrations-of-free-amino-acids-i 2) Ketosis: Metabolic Flexibility in Action. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.ketogenic-diet-resource.com/ketosis.html 3) Salt and a Fasting Regime - dummies. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.dummies.com/health/nutrition/weight-loss/salt-and-a-fasting-regime/
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Low calorie sweeteners provide an option for people who want to reduce energy intake and manage BW

Low calorie sweeteners provide an option for people who want to reduce energy intake and manage BW

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An interview with Professor Peter Rogers, University of Bristol, UK - Prof Peter Rogers summarises in this 3-minute video the outcomes of his systematic review and meta-analysis showing that overall, the balance of evidence clearly indicates that the consumption of LCS in place of sugar, in children and adults, leads to reduced energy intake and body weight, and possibly also compared to water.
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Diet Secret for Living Past 100: What Does Science Know About Longevity and Nutrition?

Diet Secret for Living Past 100: What Does Science Know About Longevity and Nutrition?

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➔If you find this video helpful don't forget to hit Subscribe. In the video you'll discover what the latest scientific research says about dieting for longevity and long term health. Study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26187233 Special thanks to Danny Lennon for doing a podcast with Dr. eric Ravussin. Here's the link to that podcast: http://sigmanutrition.com/episode92/ Eric Ravussin, PhD – Calorie Restriction, Longevity & Hormesis Summary of the video Until 2 years ago, there almost hasn’t been any research about caloric restriction on humans. What Does Science Have to Say About It? Studies have shown that caloric restriction increased the average lifespan of these animals. With promising results from tests on animals, the National Institute on Aging considered it was time to start running studies on humans. Dr Eric Ravussin, PhD, and his team conducted 2 year old study including 220 healthy individuals and the results were published in September 2015. Before this study, most knowledge about the effects of caloric restriction on humans was on overweight or obese people, not on “normal” people. One group that followed a calorie-restricted diet, consuming 25% less calories than what they needed to maintain their weight. A control group who followed a regular diet to compare results. For every 2 people on calorie restriction, there was one 1 on the control group. The main purpose of this study was to see how a diet with calorie restriction affected the resting metabolic rate and the oxidative stress associated with it. When your body uses oxygen to oxidize carbs, fats and proteins in order to produce energy (ATP), this chemical process creates a byproduct called reactive oxygen species (ROS). Normally our body can handle these molecules, but if they are produced in excess, they can harm your cells and accelerate aging. This is called oxidative stress. On the other hand, if you have a slower metabolism, these molecules are produced in smaller quantities and you suffer less aging and cell damage. So basically, if you lower your metabolism, you could probably slow aging. The main question to answer was if with a calorie-restricted diet we can reduce the metabolic rate enough to lower the production of these ROS and slow the damage they make to our fats, proteins and particularly to our DNA and slow aging.. The Results The results showed that the metabolic rate decreased much more than what it could expected from all the weight they lost. The resting metabolism of the people in the study got much lower than expected. The medical tests run on these people showed signs of slower aging, a decrease of cellular damage and healthier values for risk factors, specially markers for insulin and IGF-1. These results validate the idea that we can extend our lifespan with caloric restriction. And it also opens up the possibility of delaying the presence of diseases in healthy people. For example: if, in average, most people get diabetes when they turn 55, we could delay it so diabetes appears when they turn 75 Practical Application Thanks to evolution our bodies have been adapting for thousands of years to an irregular supply of food. In the past, periods of abundance and feasting were combined with times of scarcity and even famine. Nowadays we have an oversupply of calorie-rich foods. If we reduce a lot our calorie intake we can benefit from the process of hormesis. Hormesis is a phenomenon in which the exposure to a mild stressor can give us beneficial effects. For example, when you have a cold shower, your immune system gets activated and becomes stronger. Following this example, a mild lack of food can help our bodies become healthier and stronger. In order to do it, we can try intermittent fasting. Studies have shown that IF helps upregulate biological processes like glucose metabolism and autophagy (a natural, destructive mechanism that disassembles unnecessary or dysfunctional cellular components). How to implement this: - Occasionally skip a meal - Try leangains Intermittent Fasting - Try Alternate day fasting However, this can also be a double-edged sword because extreme fasting can reduce levels of energy, muscle mass and bone mineral density. It's about finding a “happy middle” between benefits from fasting and a balance diet. Talk soon, Mario PS. Don't forget to get your Lean and Strong Natural Fitness Model Workout Guide for Free at http://shockingfit.com/lean-and-strong/ For more fitness, nutrition and personal development tips check out: Facebook: http://facebook.com/shockingfit Instagram: http://instagram.com/mariotomich Website: http://shockingfit.com Music: Different Heaven & EH!DE - My Heart [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jK2aIUmmdP4 Follow Different Heaven: https://soundcloud.com/different-heaven Follow EH!DE: https://soundcloud.com/ehide-dubstep
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Eat Oatmeal Everyday And See What Will Happens To Your Body - Benefits Of Oatmeal

Eat Oatmeal Everyday And See What Will Happens To Your Body - Benefits Of Oatmeal

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Eat Oatmeal Everyday And See What Will Happens To Your Body - Benefits Of Oatmeal !! We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast which includes oatmeal can do wonders for your health. Oats have been cultivated and used as a source of food and medicine for more than two thousand years. Moreover, oatmeal has been used for treating a number of conditions, including skin problems, intestinal disorders, nerve problems, and uterine issues. Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Oatmeal Everyday: Consult your doctor before making a change to your daily diet. Nutritional Benefits Of Eating Oatmeal Everyday: A half-cup of oatmeal contains 13 grams of protein and one small quarter-cup of oatmeal provides you with almost 100% of the recommended daily intake of manganese. Furthermore, oatmeal is rich in numerous antioxidants, including tocotrienols, vitamin E, phenolic acids, and phytic acid. Other nutrients it contains: vitamin B1, biotin, copper, phosphorus, molybdenum, and magnesium among other phytonutrients. Changes You Can See In Your Body When You Eat Oatmeal Everyday: Regular consumption of oatmeal can prevent obesity and weight gain since it has the ability to keep you full for longer and curb food cravings. You will notice positive changes in your body in a couple of ways. It will boost your energy and provides fiber that will keep you full longer. A bowl of oatmeal has a low-glycemic impact when consumed in the morning and it will provide you with a good source of energy throughout the morning hours, without a dramatic increase or drop in blood sugar levels. Oatmeal can help you reduce your total calorie intake by 81 percent. A study on high-GI breakfasts versus low-GI breakfasts and the later caloric intake in the day found that oatmeal has the ability to prevent people from over-consuming calories at later meals. Generally, most low calorie, low fat diets do not keep us full for longer. On the other hand, oatmeal helps you eat less throughout the rest of the day. This will result in weight loss and fat loss changes in the body. Other Health Benefits Of Eating Oatmeal Everyday:  Reduced cholesterol  Lower risk of cardiovascular disease  Lower risk of heart failure  Strong immune system  Controlled blood sugar levels and reduced risk of type2 diabetes  Prevent cancer due to its high fiber content  Whole grains protect from childhood asthma  Excellent grain alternative for people with celiac disease and for those who avoid gluten  Extend life expectancy What You Need To Know About Oat Processing: Oat groats: unflattened kernels that are good for using as a breakfast cereal or for stuffing. Steel-cut oats: featuring a dense and chewy texture, they are produced by running the grain through steel blades that thinly slices them. Old-fashioned oats: are flatter since they are steamed and then rolled. Quick-cooking oats: processed like old-fashioned oats, but they are cut finely before rolling. Instant oatmeal: produced by partially cooking the grains and then rolling them very thin. Oat bran: just the outer layer of the oat grain that resides under the hull. All of these choices can be your perfect and favorite meal. However, the less processed your meal is, the higher nutritional value it has. Choose steel-cut oats for your oatmeal breakfast. You can consume oatmeal as a grain alternative for each meal. For example, you can find a quinoa recipe and replace oatmeal as the grain.
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Fasting vs. Eating Less: What's the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

Fasting vs. Eating Less: What's the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

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This is about the drastic physiological differences between fasting and eating less ▲Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WILearned ▲Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeverettlearned *NOTE* One of the key things in being able to fast in a healthy matter is entering the state of ketosis - that is, switching your metabolism from burning carbohydrate to burning fat. *Considering most people have been burning carbohydrate their whole lives* this can make fasting a challenge. Upton Sinclair recommends doing quite long fasts - 12 days, but you may want to work your way up to longer fasts. Unless you are relatively keto adapted (or have experience with fasting of course), it's important that you take precautions while doing a fast. Fasting isn't inherently dangerous, *but diving into fasting when your body is in no way geared for it can be.* I recommend doing more research before doing longer fasts. "The Complete Guide to Fasting" (http://amzn.to/2tQjxXa) is a good book to start with. As Tim Ferriss puts it: Please don't do anything stupid and kill yourself. It would make us both quite unhappy. Just in case I should also say that of course you need to balance fasting with eating - You need to survive off of something. I have been doing intermittent fasting the past year (22 hours fasted, 2 hours eating - you can widen it to 16/8, which still provides great benefits) and will fast for a couple days every other month or so. Several other people have recommend a routine like this - Tim Ferriss recommends doing a 3 day fast once per month and a 7 day fast once per year. Also make sure you're getting enough fat, protein, micronutrients and fiber to maintain a healthy weight and healthy body - *excessive* fasting can be very dangerous. Books Mentioned: "The Obesity Code" by Dr. Jason Fung - http://amzn.to/2rXtalh "The Fasting Cure" by Upton Sinclair - (If you google the title you can find the full book online) "Tools of Titans" by Tim Ferriss - http://amzn.to/2rX6P7E [BLINKIST] Blinkist is an app I've been using lately to discover new books and review the ones I've already read. It gives you the key points in text or audio form from tons of different non-fiction books. Since I'm always going through so many books to get these done, it's very useful to get me exposed to more concepts beforehand to know if it's worth my time to buy and read through that particular book. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2sbegMN For business inquiries: joseph.everett.wil@gmail.com
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3 Foods to Reduce Estrogen to Lose Weight- Thomas DeLauer

3 Foods to Reduce Estrogen to Lose Weight- Thomas DeLauer

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3 Foods to Reduce Estrogen to Lose Weight is an effective segment on the effects of estrogen on dieting and fitness. Learn More Ways to Boost Your Brain and Improve Your Body at http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com One of the worst enemies for men is high levels of estrogen. Period. In this video I’m going to give you my three foods to avoid at all costs if you’re trying to have the energy to stay focused in the office, and in the gym. And at the end, I’m going to give you a food that you can eat to help GET RID of the extra estrogen When we have high levels of estrogen, it generally means that we have lower levels of testosterone and higher levels of what is called aromatase activity. This aromatase activity is the enzymatic conversion of androsterone and testosterone into estradiol, more commonly known as E2 or estrogen. For what it is worth, high levels of estrogen cause excess belly fat, increased levels of the stress hormone cortisol, and also fatigue and a serious lack of drive and motivation. 1) The first food, is simply put, refined sugar and excess carbohydrates. The simplest way to put it is that when you eat carbohydrates and spike your insulin, you lower an important hormone called Sex hormone binding globulin, this hormone is responsible for binding testosterone and estrogen and when the hormone is too low, it leaves you with too much estrogen floating around in the bloodstream, leading to the myriad of effects. Replace the carbs with healthy fats to stimulate testosterone production rather than killing it off. Fat = Conversion to testosterone, sugar = no binding and more estrogen! 2) The next food to avoid is non-organic dairy products. Now, I am not one that is against dairy; I think that it has it’s place in moderation, but for the person that is trying to be as productive as possible, consuming too much dairy is flat out going to slow you down. But conventional milks and other dairy products have so much in the way of medications it wreaks havoc on the system. Research Bomb – In a study from the Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Engineering in Japan it was found that conventional milk contains large amounts of estrogen and progesterone and is shown to suppress gonadotropin, which suppresses testosterone. The solution is to opt for Organic Milk or even goat’s milk when given the opportunity. 3) The last food to avoid is one you’ve probably heard talks about… and that is SOY. Soy contains something called xenoestrogens. Xenoestrogens mimic estrogen in the body, but aren’t real estrogen. This throws off your body and causes you to sometimes produce even more. This happens because we are not consuming true soy. So much of the soy that we eat is genetically modified that it doesn’t have the natural benefits of some of the other potentially healthy soy out there. I work with a lot of clients that are vegetarians and they need a solution for a vegetarian protein powder, in this case I recommend pea protein. 4) Now lastly, as promised I want to give you a way that you can reduce estrogen in your body and help your body get rid of it easier… Cruciferous veggies – things like broccoli and cauliflower… Why? Because they have a component called indole-3-carbinole that is being shown time and time again to reduce levels of estrogen in the body, but they also have levels of sulfur in them which detoxify the body quite well too. So not only do you reduce serum levels of estrogen within the body, but you also help the body eliminate them easier. Since estrogen levels are actually highest at night and lower during the day, it’s most important to eat your big bowl of broccoli before bed. As always, nourish your brain, your body, and your business and I’ll see you in the next video! Del Fabbro E, Garcia JM, Dev R, Hui D, Williams J, Engineer D, Palmer JL, Schover L, Bruera E. Testosterone replacement for fatigue in hypogonadal ambulatory males with advanced cancer: a preliminary double-blind placebo-controlled trial. Support Care Cancer. 2013 Sep;21(9):2599-607. doi: 10.1007/s00520-013-1832-5. Epub 2013 May 8. Maruyama K, Oshima T, Ohyama K. Exposure to exogenous estrogen through intake of commercial milk produced from pregnant cows. Pediatr Int. 2010 Feb;52(1):33-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1442-200X.2009.02890.x. Epub 2009 May 22 Auborn KJ, Fan S, Rosen EM, Goodwin L, Chandraskaren A, Williams DE, Chen D, Carter TH. Indole-3-carbinol is a negative regulator of estrogen. J Nutr. 2003 Jul;133(7 Suppl):2470S-2475S Subscribe to the Thomas DeLauer Channel Here: http://www.youtube.com/user/thetdelauer?sub_confirmation=1
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How Does Exercise Impact Weight Loss?

How Does Exercise Impact Weight Loss?

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Developed and produced by http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation description: In this animation, we discuss the concept of physical activity and exercise as they relate to obesity. In humans there is a fine balance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Energy intake is in the form of food, and energy expenditure is in the form of the basal metabolic rate and physical activity. The difference between energy intake and energy expenditure is the net energy balance. If intake exceeds expenditure, then a net positive energy balance occurs. Energy expenditure depends on a number of factors. This includes the starting body weight, the basal metabolic rate and physical activity. With regards to physical activity, there are several key variables including the frequency, intensity, duration and type of activity done. Let us now examine energy consumption. One honey glazed donut is shown which has approximately 300 kilocalories. The energy intake from the consumed donut is equal to the energy consumed by moderate walking for 30-60 minutes, at 3.0 miles per hour. If an individual walks for an hour at 3 miles per hour. They will expend approximately 300 kilocalories, the same as what was contained in the consumed donut. If an individual walks daily for one hour at approximately 3 miles per hour. This type of activity would lead to weight loss. This assumes that the individual does not consume any extra calories and has a net negative energy expenditure. If this activity continues for a period of two to four months, body weight is reduced as depicted. The initial weight loss is the result of a negative net energy balance. The negative energy balance is because energy expenditure exceeds energy intake. After the initial weight loss, the individual continues to do the same type of exercise, that is, 1 hour of moderate walking daily. The chart depicts changes in body weight over time. Individuals are surprised and frustrated that his weight is not continuing to decrease despite regular walking. They have reached a plateau. The reason behind the weight loss pleateau is that with decreased body weight, the basal metabolic rate also decreases. When the basal metabolic rate decreases, there is a decrease in total energy expenditure. If the discouraged individual quits his daily walking exercise. The weight is gained again, at a quicker pace. The weight is re-gained as a result of a positive energy balance being created. Energy expenditure is now less since the physical activity has been stopped. By keeping the same intensity and duration of walking without making any changes in the diet (energy intake) the man would enter a weight maintenance phase. This is characterised by gaining a small amount of weight. The weight maintenance is the result of an energy balance being established within the body, where energy intake essentially equals energy expenditure. If there is no change in energy balance, there will not be any further change in weight. What must be done to end the weight loss plateau? Several options exist to maintain a negative net energy balance. These involve either decreasing energy intake or increasing energy expenditure. Options include: restricting calories further or increasing the frequency, or the intensity or the duration of the exercise. In summary then, weight loss plateau's are expected and can only end with continued exercise and a net negative energy balance. Stopping exercise or increasing calories will lead to weight gain. If one continues to exercise to maintain a net negative energy balance weight loss will be promoted.
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Rotating Caloric Intake For Efficient Fat Loss

Rotating Caloric Intake For Efficient Fat Loss

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Dr. Eric Serrano MD explains the importance of changing the caloric intake on certain days of the week to prevent metabolic staleness. Accelerate Body Fat Loss and Increase Energy Levels with macronutrient cycling. Consuming the same amount of calories for seven to ten days in a row will stall fat burning. The body will reach a homeostatic status to maintain instead of improving body composition. Change the caloric intake every 4 days by using carbohydrate loading or dietary fat loading. Female patients in many cases consume less calories than needed to support fat burning. The female menstrual cycle impacts how the nutrition plan is structured to maximize body fat burning. InfinityFitness.com © 2015 Individual result may vary. Do not make changes to your exercise or nutrition program without consulting your doctor. Please read our legal disclaimer. https://www.infinityfitness.com/discl...
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Shakeology Can Help Boost Your Energy & Reduce Coffee Intake

Shakeology Can Help Boost Your Energy & Reduce Coffee Intake

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How to reduce your caffeine intake

How to reduce your caffeine intake

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Barleycup has put together a handy guide to help you cut your caffeine intake and reveals some unlikely caffeinated products to watch out for
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"Should I Eat Back My Exercise Calories?"

"Should I Eat Back My Exercise Calories?"

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Training While Fasting: How to Avoid Insulin Resistance- Thomas DeLauer

Training While Fasting: How to Avoid Insulin Resistance- Thomas DeLauer

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Average Calorie Intake For Women to lose weight

Average Calorie Intake For Women to lose weight

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Average Calorie Intake For Women http://averagecalorieintakeforwomen.blogspot.com/ What is the average calorie intake for women to lose weight, the normal weight for women, the healthy nutrition for women, how to successfully reduce calorie intake to lose weight and more http://averagecalorieintakeforwomen.blogspot.com/
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Natural Ways To Reduce Appetite And Calorie Intake For He

Natural Ways To Reduce Appetite And Calorie Intake For He

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This video describes about natural ways to reduce appetite and calorie intake for healthy weight loss. You can find more details about Slim-N-Trim Capsules at http://www.dharmanis.com
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How to Drink Water to Lose Weight: 4 Scientific Reasons it Works

How to Drink Water to Lose Weight: 4 Scientific Reasons it Works

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To support our channel and level up your health, check out: Our Fast Weight Loss Course: http://thehealthnerds.com/the-science-of-fast-weight-loss-course Our Better Health Basics Course: http://thehealthnerds.com/food-health-happiness Today we’re going to be talking about how to drink water to lose weight, the scientific benefits of drinking more water, and how much you should be drinking. BPA FREE water bottle (affiliate link): http://amzn.to/2dEZurX The human body on average can survive 3 weeks without food but only 3 days without water. http://www.livescience.com/32320-how-long-can-a-person-survive-without-water.html Here’s exactly why drinking water helps us lose weight. #1. It Increases Resting Calorie Expenditure In a study of overweight women, increasing one’s daily water intake over a 12 month period helped them lose an average of 4.4 pounds. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18787524 This was impressive because these women made no other alterations to their lives other than an increasing their water. In fact, people’s resting energy expenditure has been shown to increase by 24–30% within 10 minutes of drinking water. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14671205 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17519319 So drinking water naturally increases resting calorie burn. #2. People naturally eat less when they drink water. In one study, 2 groups of dieters were separated. One group drinking water before meals and one not drinking water before meals. The one’s who drank water before they ate lost 44% more weight than the group who did not. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19661958 Another study also showed that drinking water before breakfast reduced the amount of calories consumed during the meal by 13%. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18589036 #3. Water Replaces Calorie Filled Drinks Since water is free of calories, it is generally linked with reduced calorie intake. Studies have shown that people who drink mostly water in their day consume 200 less calories per day than those who do not. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16421349 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20796216 #4. Water is Muscle Fuel Your muscles are about 80% water and not surprisingly, optimal hydration is key for lean muscle growth. Seeing as the more lean muscle you have on your body, the higher your resting metabolism will be, this is another way water helps you lose weight. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3661116/ There are also other health benefits of proper water intake. Mental Alertness – One of the most common symptoms of dehydration is mental exhaustion. Proper hydration has been shown to improve brain performance. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15210289 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167876001001428 Improved Digestion – High water intake ensures the, uh, bowels move smoothly. http://www.nature.com/ejcn/journal/v61/n5/abs/1602573a.html Pain Prevention – Cartilage, the rubbery material coating our bones, is 85% water, and staying properly hydrated makes sure our joints move smoothly. So getting in the right amount of water is key for being healthy as well as losing weight. The best times to drink water for weight loss #1. Right when you wake up – A warm glass of lemon water in the morning helps to build a healthy habit and boost the metabolism. #2. 30 minutes before meals. This will help you naturally eat less calories and consume the proper amount of food. #3. When you are getting hungry. Our brain often confuses being hungry for being thirsty. So next time those midday cravings hit, try a glass of water before eating a snack. You’ll be surprised how often you’re not actually hungry and the brain is simply bored. How much to drink per day? You’ve probably heard the saying of drink 8 cups of a water a day, However, this number is completely random. It’s a good place to start, but water requirements depend entirely on the individual. http://ajpregu.physiology.org/content/ajpregu/early/2002/08/08/ajpregu.00365.2002.full.pdf A quick check to see how hydrated you are is to look at your urine as it should be mostly clear with a tinge or yellow and no real smell. A strong yellow color indicates you’re not hydrated enough and need more. Also be aware that drinking liquids like tea does count to your daily total. Let’s finish with a few strategies to get in more water! Buy a big BPA Free Water Bottle - This is the easier way to keep track, and I will link a good brand in the description. Rubber Bands - Wrap a rubber band around your bottle every time you drink a cup of water to keep track Add some fruit – Water can get boring for some people, and adding cucumber or other fruits helps to add some flavor to your water. Finally, if you’re still forgetting, set a reminder on your smart phone. You can do this yourself or use an app to keep track of your daily intake.
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The Essential Guide To Macros For Intermittent Fasting: Using I.F. For Weight Loss & Muscle Gains

The Essential Guide To Macros For Intermittent Fasting: Using I.F. For Weight Loss & Muscle Gains

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Lose Weight For The Six Pack Abs You Deserve: http://go.sixpackabs.com/leptia7ef Subscribe to Tom's Channel - http://www.YouTube.com/TheTDeLauer Macros for Intermittent Fasting I.F. Benefits Overview: HGH - Studies show that the blood levels of growth hormone may increase as much as 5-fold when intermittent fasting as opposed to a regular diet. Higher levels of this hormone facilitate fat burning and muscle gain and help your stomach shrink. Many of those who try intermittent fasting are doing it in order to lose weight. Generally speaking, intermittent fasting will make you eat fewer meals, which results in you consuming fewer calories. Energy - I.F. results in lower insulin levels, higher growth hormone levels and increased amounts of norepinephrine (noradrenaline), all of which increase the breakdown of body fat and facilitate its use for energy. Leptin - Low leptin leads to an increase in hunger and a decrease in metabolic rate, much like high leptin leads to a decrease in hunger and an increase in metabolic rate. People can lose leptin sensitivity, ignore signals, and begin to overeat. Leptin levels also drop during short term fasting and return to normal after eating – good way to retain leptin sensitivity. http://authoritynutrition.com/10-health-benefits-of-intermittent-fasting/ How Many Meals Per Day? There is no set amount of meals you “should” be eating. Many different ways to intermittent fast, the following is the most common and most convenient. Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting It doesn’t instruct you on which or how much food(s) to eat, but rather when you should eat them - sticking to a concept of 2 meals per day. The 16/8 Method involves fasting every day for around 16 hours, and restricting your daily “eating window” to around 8 hours. Within the eating window, you can fit in 2 meals. Doing this method of fasting can actually be as simple as not eating anything after dinner, and skipping breakfast. For example, if you finish your last meal at 8 pm and then don’t eat until 12 noon the next day, then you are technically fasting for 16 hours between meals. You can drink water, coffee and other non-caloric beverages during the fast, and this can help reduce hunger levels. When fasting blood levels of insulin drop significantly, which facilitates fat burning – you should avoid breaking fast with a high carb meal, as it will cause an insulin spike, harming the fat burning process. https://authoritynutrition.com/what-is-intermittent-fasting/ Main BenefitLess Caloric Intake. Your stomach is like a muscle. When it's filled with large meals three times a day, the distensibility (the amount your stomach walls can stretch) increases. When you head in the other direction - eating many small meals throughout the day - your stomach's capacity goes down. By eating smaller meals more frequently, you'll naturally feel full with less food, and your body will send signals to stop eating sooner. Intermittent fasting will make you eat fewer meals, resulting in your stomach shrinking and less caloric intake. Additionally, this causes an increase in your metabolic rate by 3.6-14%, helping you burn even more calories. In other words, it boosts your metabolic rate (increases calories out) and reduces the amount of food you eat (reduces calories in). Foods to Break Your Fast With - The protective mucus lining of the stomach may be temporarily diminished after a fast, making the stomach walls more vulnerable to irritation until it returns to normal - Make note of coffee and acidity during the fast. http://greatist.com/grow/stomach-size-eating-habits Gentle reintroduction of foods, beginning with the simplest and easiest-to-digest foods, supports this process. Foods known to be irritating to the system, such as coffee and spicy foods, must be avoided during the breaking process. The most nutritious and easy-to-digest foods should be used to break a fast: fruit and vegetable juices, raw fruits (berries, but avoid fruits with heavy skins/pectin), vegetable or bone broths, yogurt, cooked/uncooked vegetables, and eggs. http://www.allaboutfasting.com/breaking-a-fast.html Fructose may only be good if you’re going to workout after breaking your fast. How many Fats/Carbs/Proteins? 30% Carb, 40% Protein, 30% Fat To help burn more Fat - 20% Carb, 50% Protein, 30% fat As always, keep it locked in here on the channel and: Like, Share, & Subscribe to SixPackAbs.com Train Smart, -Thomas P.S. Make sure to like and share this video on Facebook: http://sixpackabs.com/the-essential-guide-to-macros-for-intermittent-fasting-using-i-f-for-weight-loss-muscle-gains/ Help Your Master Fat-Burning Hormone - Leptin: http://go.sixpackabs.com/leptia7ef
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How to Count Your Calories to Lose Weight Fast and See Results! No More Excuses!

How to Count Your Calories to Lose Weight Fast and See Results! No More Excuses!

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There is NO SECRET to LOSING WEIGHT. It's all about CALORIES CONSUMPTION. If you want to lose weight, the calories you burn per day needs to be more / greater than the calories you consume. If you can, grab a paper, pen and a calculator and this video will tell you EVERYTHING you need to know in regards to LOSING WEIGHT! You will discover how much your body needs a day in order to lose 5, 10, 15, or even 20 pounds and more! I have made this video as detailed and as simple to understand as possible in order for you to ACTUALLY START seeing RESULTS. Hence, the video is quite long because I want you to benefit from it. I have broken down the process into 5 SIMPLE STEPS or what I call 5As. 1) Attainable Goal - How much weight do you want to lose and by when? 2) Aware & Know Your BMR -- BMR is how many calories your body burns in a day at rest. There are 2 formulas to calculate your BMR: English BMR Formula Women: BMR = 655 + (4.35 x weight in pounds) + (4.7 x height in inches) -- (4.7 x age in years) Men: BMR = 66 + (6.23 x weight in pounds) + (12.7 x height in inches) -- (6.8 x age in year) Metric BMR Formula Women: BMR = 655 + (9.6 x weight in kilos) + (1.8 x height in cm) -- (4.7 x age in years) Men: BMR = 66 + (13.7 x weight in kilos) + (5 x height in cm) -- (6.8 x age in years) 3) Activity level - How active are you? Do you do any exercises? 4) Application -- NOW is the time to KNOW how much calories you need to eat/burn a day to lose weight. Please watch the video as I'll be guiding you through step by step. 5) Attitude -- Just like anything in life, have a POSITIVE attitude and be FOCUS. Take Action NOW towards your journey of losing weight. Don't give up and you will get there! Please also watch my other Nutritional Videos on my channel to help you towards to GOAL! Please like and share this video. Subscribe to my channel for new fitness and nutritional video: http://www.youtube.com/user/joannasohofficial Stay connected with me via: http://www.facebook.com/joannasohofficial http://instagram.com/jsoh7/ https://twitter.com/Joanna_Soh/ Subscribe to my website for daily inspiration, printable workouts & recipes: http://www.joannasoh.com Lots of Love xx how to lose weight fast lose weight fast lose weight fast diet diets to lose weight fast lose weight fast and easy how to lose weight fast in a week how do i lose weight fast diet to lose weight fast how can i lose weight fast to lose weight fast hot to lose weight fast lose weight fast free help me lose weight fast how to lose weight fast for women how to lose weight fast at home tips on how to lose weight fast ways to lose weight fast tips for losing weight fast need to lose weight fast how to lose weight fast and easy best diets to lose weight fast how to lose weight fast with exercise lose weight fast and safe easy ways to lose weight fast tips to lose weight fast best ways to lose weight fast what is the best way to lose weight fast losing weight fast what to eat to lose weight fast easy way to lose weight fast exercises to lose weight fast lose weight fast in a week
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Low calorie sweeteners provide an option for people who want to reduce energy intake and manage BW

Low calorie sweeteners provide an option for people who want to reduce energy intake and manage BW

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An interview with Professor Peter Rogers, University of Bristol, UK - Prof Peter Rogers summarises in this 3-minute video the outcomes of his systematic review and meta-analysis showing that overall, the balance of evidence clearly indicates that the consumption of LCS in place of sugar, in children and adults, leads to reduced energy intake and body weight, and possibly also compared to water.
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Shakeology Can Help Boost Your Energy & Reduce Coffee Intake

Shakeology Can Help Boost Your Energy & Reduce Coffee Intake

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Interview with Prof Rogers on review published in International Journal of Obesity

Interview with Prof Rogers on review published in International Journal of Obesity

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Prof Peter Rogers outlines the results of review published the International Journal of Obesity in November 2015, showing that the use of low calorie sweetened beverages leads to reduced energy intake and body weight.
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Jejum intermitente - O que é e para quem indicar?

Jejum intermitente - O que é e para quem indicar?

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Links dos estudos que citei: ESTUDO 01: Restricting night-time eating reduces daily energy intake in healthy young men: a short-term cross-over study. https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/3627087601F148E8D16163468FCB3F05/S0007114513001359a.pdf/restricting-night-time-eating-reduces-daily-energy-intake-in-healthy-young-men-a-short-term-cross-over-study.pdf ESTUDO 02: Practicality of intermittent fasting in humans and its effect on oxidative stress and genes related to aging and metabolism. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25546413 ESTUDO 03: Caloric restriction and intermittent fasting: two potential diets for successful brain aging. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16899414 ESTUDO 04: Intermittent Fasting and Human Metabolic Health. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4516560/
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Best Abdominal Muscle Women - Female bodybuilders Abs

Best Abdominal Muscle Women - Female bodybuilders Abs

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Abdominal exercises are those that affect the abdominal muscles (colloquially known as the stomach muscles or "abs"). Effects Abdominal exercises are useful for building the abdominal muscles. This is useful for improving performance with certain sports, back pain, and for withstanding abdominal impacts (e.g., taking punches). According to a 2011 study, abdominal muscle exercises are known to increase the strength and endurance of the abdominal muscles. It has been highly disputed whether or not abdominal exercises have any reducing effect on abdominal fat. The aforementioned 2011 study found that abdominal exercise does not reduce abdominal fat; to achieve that, a deficit in energy expenditure and caloric intake must be created—abdominal exercises alone are not enough to reduce abdominal fat and the girth of the abdomen. Early results from a 2006 study found that walking exercise (not abdominal exercise specifically) reduced the size of subcutaneous abdominal fat cells; cell size predicts type 2 diabetes according to a lead author. Moderate exercise reduced cell size by about 18% in 45 obese women over a 20-week period; diet alone did not appear to affect cell size
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