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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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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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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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Exclusive Content!! http://www.patreon.com/psychetruth ↓ Follow Me! Social Media Links BelowEasy Weight Loss Tips, How to Control Hunger, Empty Calories | Psychetruth Diet Info Follow our Social Media https://www.instagram.com/psychetruth http://www.facebook.com/psychetruthvideos http://www.pinterest.com/psychetruth http://www.twitter.com/psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.psychetruth.net Related Videos: Why is Junk Food Junk & Superfoods Super? PsycheTruth Nutrition, Diet & Weight Loss http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLFWiL-phT4 Top 10 Super Foods - Psychetruth Nutrition, Whole Food, Corrina http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmKL3MBdK8E Don't Eat This High Calorie Food, How Many Calories In...? Psychetruth Nutrition Information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2aHAq_uGL0 How to Beat Sugar & Fast Food Craving & Lose Weight | Psychetruth Health, Diet & Nutrition Info http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ8cXnBmLJM What Are Whole Foods vs Processed Foods, Nutrition, Wellness, Weight Loss http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkzmNVF7fc4 Fast Food = Fat You. Why Junk Foods Suck. Psychetruth Weight Loss Diet Nutrition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUE_YJQpm8c Top Ten Obesity Causing Foods -- Psychetruth Nutrition & Weight Loss http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jCd6vIF8Co Official Corrina Rachel Psychetruth Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDF033982F291462D Featuring Corrina Rachel http://www.corrinarachel.com http://www.youtube.com/corrinalovesjazz http://www.Facebook.com/CorrinaRachel Music By Scotty B http://www.ScottyBMusic.com © Copyright 2012 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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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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जानिए आपको दिन में कितना खाना चाहिए | Calculate Your Daily Calories Intake

जानिए आपको दिन में कितना खाना चाहिए | Calculate Your Daily Calories Intake

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Ask any question directly from Anurag Sharma http://www.fjunction.com/ask For Whiteboard Image, download here http://www.fjunction.com/youtube/thumbnail.png Buy INTERNATIONALL CHEST DAY TSHIRT http://www.fjunction.com/product-details/international-chest-day-red-performance-tshirt Shop Workout Wear http://www.fjunction.com/store/gym Fitness Services & Personal Training http://www.fjunction.com/fservices.php Read Fitness Blogs & Clear your myths http://www.fjunction.com/blogs/ Detailed Calculation for Men & Women Step 1 - Calculate the STARTING POINT(SP) Your body weight in kgs.......... For eg. 75 kg If you are a MALE SP = 75*24*1 = 1800 calories If you are a FEMALE SP = 75*24*0.90 = 1620 calories Step 2 - Calculate your BMR Estimate your body fat percentage Gender Percent Body Fat Multiplier Men 10 to 14% 1.0 Women 14 to 18% 1.0 Men 14 to 20% 0.95 Women 18 to 28% 0.95 Men 20 to 28% 0.9 Women 28 to 38% 0.9 Men 28% & above 0.85 Women 38% & above 0.85 So if you are a male who weighs around 75 kgs with Body Fat percentage of around 15 BMR = 1800(SP)*0.95 = 1710 calories If you are a female who weighs around 75 kgs with a Body fat percentage of around 20 BMR = 1620(SP)*.95 = 1539 calories Step 3 Factor in the activity level Sedentary 1.25 = Very Light: Sitting, studying, talking, little walking or other activities through out the day THE AVERAGE FITNESS BUFF RANGE: 1.3 = Light walking 1.5 = Walking, jogging, gardening type job with activities such as cycling, tennis, dancing, skiing or weight training 1-2 hours per day THE AVERAGE ATHLETE OR HARD DAILY TRAINING RANGE: 1.80 = Heavy: Heavy manual labor such as digging, tree felling, climbing, with activities such as football, soccer or body building 2-4 hours per day 2.00 = Very Heavy: A combination of moderate and heavy activity 8 or more hours per day, plus 2-4 hours of intense training per day So final maintenance calories for 75 kg male (15 % BF) = BMR * Activity level multiplier ; 1710 * 1.5 = 2565 calories 75 kg female (20 % BF) = BMR * Activity level multiplier ; 1620 * 1.5 = 2430 calories Macro-nutrient Breakdown 50 % carbohydrates , 25 % protein and 25 % fats . This is a good macro-nutrient breakdown. So a 2565 calories would have Carbohydrates (50 %) which means around 1282 calories should come from carbohydrates. 4 calories = 1 gm of carbohydrates ; So 1282 calories = Almost 320 grams of carbs Fats (25 %) which means around 641 calories should come from fats. 9 calories = 1 gm of fats ; So 641 calories = Almost 71 grams of fats. Protein (25 %) which means around 641 calories should come from carbohydrates. 4 calories = 1 gm of protein ; So 641 calories = Almost 160 grams of protein. Stay Fit & Awesome
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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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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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How to Calculate How Many Calories You Need

How to Calculate How Many Calories You Need

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Watch more Diet Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/310931-How-to-Calculate-How-Many-Calories-You-Need Whether you are looking to lose a few pounds or simply maintain your current weight, determining how many calories you need every day is important but simple. Step 1: Get your weight in pounds and height in inches Weigh yourself and note your weight in pounds. Then use the yardstick to measure your height in inches. Step 2: Calculate basal metabolic rate for women Calculate your basal metabolic rate if you're a woman. Multiply your weight by 4.35. Then multiply your height by 4.7. Add the two products. Then subtract the product of your age in years multiplied by 4.7 and add 655. Tip For example, a 150-pound woman who is 65 inches tall and 30 years old would have a basal metabolic rate of 1,472. Step 3: Calculate basal metabolic rate for men Calculate your basal metabolic rate if you're a man by multiplying your weight by 6.23. Add the product of your height in inches multiplied by 12.7. Subtract your age in years multiplied by 6.8 and then add 66. Tip A 180 pound man who is 70 inches tall and 40 years old would have a basal metabolic rate of 1,804.4. Step 4: Determine your activity level Determine your daily activity level. Sedentary people get little to no activity. Light levels include activity a few days a week, moderate includes activity three to five days a week, and very active individuals play sports daily. Step 5: Multiply BMR times appropriate activity factor Multiply your basal metabolic rate by an activity factor of 1.2 for sedentary, 1.375 for light, 1.55 for moderate, and 1.725 for very active. Tip If the 150-pound woman is active four days a week, her activity level would be moderate. Multiplying her basal metabolic rate of 1,472 by 1.55 gives her a calculation of 2,281.6. Step 6: Calculation equals the total calories to maintain weight Factor the basal metabolic rate by the activity factor to give you the number of calories per day you can eat to maintain your current weight. Step 7: Subtract 500 calories per day to lose a pound a week Subtract 500 calories per day to lose 1 pound each week. Keep tabs on your caloric intake and you'll stay fit and strong. Did You Know? By walking an additional 10,000 steps each day, the average adult can burn an extra 500 calories – giving you a 1 pound loss in a week without cutting calories.
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How to Set Calories and Macros for Fat Loss

How to Set Calories and Macros for Fat Loss

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FREE Master of Macros: http://www.thinkeatlift.com/master/ My Fat Loss Diet: http://www.thinkeatlift.com/afl/ Music: TromosOne - Uso Libre Pa' los Cabros Above it all - Chill Mac Miller Type Beat Calories are the key to fat loss. You'll find a lot of morons online saying that no, it's not calories, it's cutting carbs, eating more fat, eating clean, not eating in the evening and so on. In my opinion taking the time to explain why these stupid myths floating around online are stupid is a waste of time. So in this fat loss series we're going to focus only on what to do, not what not to do. If you've seen my last video you know that I've just finished lean bulking, I'm around 12-13% body fat and I want to go down to around 8% over the next few weeks. I'm going to show you how I do it so you can do it too. We start with setting calories and macros. The first step to fat loss: Setting the deficit. An energy deficit will produce weight loss no matter what you eat. And to lose fat quickly without affecting your muscle mass, testosterone, or gym performance, you need to have a deficit that is only 20-25% of your maintenance. Maintenance is the number of calories you need to eat daily to maintain your weight as it is now. It differs a lot between people based on their activity level and bodyweight. But for most of us, estimating maintenance calories is pretty simple. If you workout 3-4 times a week, are active 1-2 hours a day, and the rest of the time you sit, your maintenance is probably this: your bodyweight in pounds times 15. Or your bodyweight in kilograms times 33. For me that would be 79 x 33 = 2600 calories To set a 20% deficit I do 2600 x 0.8 = 2100. If I eat this, I'm going to lose around one pound or half a kilogram of fat every week. Key point: If you're interested in losing fat, not just weight, you also need to pay attention to the amounts of protein, fats and carbs you get in those calories. Protein intake is the most important because it's what maintains your muscle mass. One author compared a calorie deficit to a lion that wants to eat you. When you're in a deficit your body burns more amino-acids than usual. So if you can give the lion another piece of meat to eat you'll get away without any bites. Now the amount of protein you need to maintain your muscles in a deficit has been grossly exaggerated in the fitness community. The truth is you need around 0.9 to one gram of protein per pound of bodyweight, not more. Protein requirements probably increase with the level of leanness, but we don't want to get stage shredded. To go down to around 8% body fat, 0.9g per pound is more than enough. Next we have fat intake. Fats are essential for hormonal balance. A lot of guys like to cut fat really hard when they diet because fats are the most energy dense - 9 calories per gram. But they soon find out that they suffer on another level, their testosterone goes down, they lose sex drive and can't maintain erections. Not worth it. Carbs are equally important for testosterone production but they have many other roles as well. Carbs fuel exercise performance. Your ability to maintain strength in a deficit is highly dependent on your carb intake and muscle glycogen levels. You want to diet eating as many carbs as you can. Here's something important. You don't need to track fat and carb intake closely as long as they are balanced. Getting down to 8-10% body fat is not a big deal, you can get there tracking only calories and protein. That's what I'm going to do. Just make sure your fat intake is around 20-30% of your total calorie intake and carbs fill up the rest. So this is your basic fat loss plan: Have a 20-25% calorie deficit Get around 1 grams of protein per pound of BW or 2 grams per kg Fill the rest of the calories with fats and carbs
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WHO Sugar Guideline

WHO Sugar Guideline

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is launching a public consultation on its draft guideline on sugars intake, recommending that sugars should be less than 10% of total energy intake per day. It further suggests that a reduction to below 5% of total energy intake per day would have additional benefits. Five per cent of total energy intake is equivalent to around 25 grams (around 6 teaspoons) of sugar per day for an average adult. The suggested limits on intake of sugars in the draft guideline apply to all monosaccharides (such as glucose, fructose) and disaccharides (such as sucrose or table sugar) that are added to food by the manufacturer, the cook or the consumer, as well as sugars that are naturally present in honey, syrups, fruit juices and fruit concentrates. "I brought here some examples of food that has a high content of free sugar. You see, this is an average soft drink, it's a soda, and an average serving contains up to 35, this particular one contains 35 grams of sugar, so its equivalent of 35 grams of sucrose." - said Branca. When finalized, the guideline will provide countries with recommendations on limiting the consumption of sugars to reduce public health problems like obesity and dental caries commonly referred to as tooth decay. "We know that dietary risk factors are very important factors for the risk of non communicable diseases. We have an epidemic of non communicable diseases, we have at the moment 36 million people dying from non communicable diseases, most of them in the developing world, 80%. We have a projection of 50 million for 2030. So it's huge and the dietary risk factors as well as tobacco are one of the main determinants of those diseases. I mean if you remove the risk factors then a lot of those deaths can be preventable." -- said Branca. Comments on the draft guideline will be accepted via the WHO web site from 5 through 31 March 2014. Anyone who wishes to comment must submit a declaration of interests. An expert peer-review process will happen over the same period. Once the peer-review and public consultation are completed, all comments will be reviewed, the draft guidelines will be revised if necessary and cleared by WHO's Guidelines Review Committee before being finalized. The draft guideline was formulated based on analyses of all published scientific studies on the consumption of sugars and how that relates to excess weight gain and tooth decay in adults and children.
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Reduce Sodium Intake

Reduce Sodium Intake

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Save your health from the dangers of sodium
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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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Your Brain On Coffee

Your Brain On Coffee

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"Should I Eat Back My Exercise Calories?"

"Should I Eat Back My Exercise Calories?"

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► THE BODY TRANSFORMATION BLUEPRINT - http://www.BodyTransformationTruth.com ► GET YOUR FREE CUSTOM MEAL PLAN - http://www.SeanNal.com/free-meal-plan.php ► TAKE MY ONLINE FITNESS QUIZ - http://www.SeanNal.com/quiz-questions.php [OFFICIAL WEBSITE] http://www.SeanNal.com [CONNECT WITH ME] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SeanNalewanyjOfficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeanNalewanyj Instagram: https://instagram.com/Sean_Nalewanyj/ Snapchat: http://www.seannal.com/snapchat.html Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/102525881371598129847 [RECOMMENDED STUFF] http://www.SeanNal.com/recommended.php -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Video Summary: "Should I Eat Back My Exercise Calories?" http://seannal.com/articles/nutrition/eat-back-exercise-calories.php Should you eat back the calories burned from exercise? This is a question I receive fairly often, and quite honestly it's a bit of a confusing one that seems to stem from a basic misunderstanding of how fat loss works. The basic principle of losing fat is to create an ongoing "calorie deficit" by burning more calories than you consume on a consistent basis. This is accomplished by taking in fewer calories through your diet, as well as burning more calories through exercise. The combination of both ensures that your total caloric expenditure exceeds your total caloric consumption, and as a result the body will turn to its excess fat stores to correct the deficit. So the question of "eating back calories burned" shouldn't even really come into play. Burning calories through exercise is one of the ways that you create your calorie deficit in the first place, so intentionally "eating back" those calories wouldn't make any sense. Just find the right combination for yourself between reducing caloric intake and increasing your exercise frequency until you're landing somewhere in that standard 1-2 pound per week fat loss range. Some people prefer to eat a bit less and do a bit less cardio, while others prefer to eat more and do more cardio; either one is acceptable and you just have to find the right balance for yourself since they'll both create the same bottom line result. At the end of the day though, all that fat loss comes down to is managing energy input/output so that a NET calorie deficit is maintained in the big picture. Asking the question "should I eat back burned calories" doesn't really make any sense in the first place. If your primary goal is to gain muscle then the same logic applies here, except that your goal will be to maintain a net calorie surplus (calories in should exceed calories out) and aim for around half a pound per week gained rather than 1-2 pounds per week lost.
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How To Trick Your Brain To Eat Less (Sensory-Specific Satiety)

How To Trick Your Brain To Eat Less (Sensory-Specific Satiety)

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This is Part 1 of a series on how to trick your brain to eat less and feel fuller on a diet. The first video is about sensory-specific satiety. ►If you found this video helpful hit Subscribe to support the channel and share the video with your friends to spread the word◄ Online Coaching: http://shockingfit.com/coaching/ Our ability to stick to a diet, and adhere to eating less greatly depends on satiety and hunger signaling. And in our modern environment, we're facing a situation where there are many different elements that can trigger overeating. These elements were once an evolutionary advantage, but today they're leading to obesity and health problems. So what is sensory-specific satiety? There are 2 components to it: 1- Declining satisfaction generated by the consumption of a certain type of food 2- Renewal in appetite resulting from the exposure to a new flavor or food In a classic study from 1984 they looked at people and how exposing them to a variety of foods at a buffer changed their eating behaviors. They had some people eat 4 meals that included sausages, bread and butter, chocolate dessert, and bananas. And then they had some people eat 4 courses of just one of these foods. Results were fascinating. There was a 44% increase in overall food consumption when exposed to the variety of foods. And in a 2001 Review Paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11393299) researchers looked at a total of 39 studies examining dietary variety, energy intake, and body composition. And they've found that increased variety in today's food environment could be one of the factors in the development and maintenance of obesity. If a variety of foods are present on the table, people tend to eat more food before feeling satisfied. A simple example is when we all gather with our family for holidays and there's a lot of different types of foods we can see a lot of overeating taking place. We can have enough of one sort of food, but still have an appetite for something else. In makes sense, as humans are omnivores, and we must eat a variety of foods to survive. So we evolved this mechanism to keep us from sticking just one food. Even eating something tasty as chocolate will get boring after a while. This happens subconsciously. As a meal progresses, we get tired of eating the specific food. Interestingly even people with amnesia who not only forget what they've just eaten, have no idea whether they've eaten at all, still express sensory-specific satiety. Served repeated, identical meals, they will continue to eat them, but they find them increasingly unpleasant. How can we use this to our advantage when designing diets? 1 - We can ensure a lot of variety in vegetables and fruits to make sure there's an adequate amount of micronutrients in the diet. 2 - At the same time we can reduce variety in energy dense, hyper-palatable foods and thus reduce our calorie intake. To simplify things you wanna make the very calorie dense foods less palatable by reducing variety and make the "healthy" choices more interesting by adding a lot of variety. Vegetables and fruits are specifically an area where I see a lot of people not getting in adequate amounts on a daily basis. And it has been shown in research that higher fiber diets promote satiety and fullness for the same daily calorie intake. Another important thing with sensory-specific satiety is to become aware of it. A lot of restaurants and food manufacturers exploit that phenomena to make us consume more of their food. Just by being aware of this we can have more control over our diets and double down o n healthy choices instead of overeating. Hope you enjoyed, and I'll see you in the next part! Studies and Resources: http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2013/04/food-variety-calorie-intake-and-weight.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensory-specific_satiety http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195666308005746 https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:05aad5a6-3aec-43dd-a8e6-bf63ef64b7a9 http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/80/4/823.full http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18951934 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8622817 Talk soon, Mario Online Coaching: http://shockingfit.com/coaching/ Free Workout Plans: Beginner Routine ➤ http://shockingfit.com/workout-routine-for-newbies/ Intermediate - Advanced ➤ http://shockingfit.com/lean-and-strong/ Home & Travel ➤ http://shockingfit.com/full-body-no-equipment-routine For more fitness, nutrition, and personal development tips check out: Facebook: http://facebook.com/shockingfit Instagram: http://instagram.com/mariotomich Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/mariotomich Website: http://shockingfit.com Music: DEAF KEV - Invincible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2X5mJ3HDYE Follow DEAF KEV: SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/atm-dubstep Facebook https://www.facebook.com/officialDEAFKEV YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/ATMDubstep
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10 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Sugar Intake

10 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Sugar Intake

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Ten Easy Ways to Reduce Your Sugar Intake. We all enjoy sweets and how much energy we have after eating a sugar coated foods. The only bad thing this after time makes your health worst, because of high insulin and can lead to diabetes, obesity, mood swings and even a tooth problems. Here is our list of ten easy ways to reduce your sugar intake to improve your health.
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Calorie Intake And Energy Balance

Calorie Intake And Energy Balance

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http://www.neustrength.com - What is energy balance? ANSWER: Energy balance is the relationship between energy in (food calories taken into the body through food and drink) and energy out (calories being used in the body for our daily energy requirements). This relationship, which is defined by the laws of thermodynamics, dictates whether weight is lost, gained, or remains the same. I hope this helps. Contact: Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NeuStrength
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8 Testosterone-Lowering Foods That Are Killing Your Manhood

8 Testosterone-Lowering Foods That Are Killing Your Manhood

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Your favorite “health” foods might actually be biologically castrating you. And if this is the case, you should turn back now. Stop consuming these foods! Right the ship as soon as possible, or risk sailing straight into the estrogenic glacier of low testosterone misery. Are you consuming any of these foods? I guarantee you, these will surprise you...Health” Foods That Lower Testosterone Flax Seeds Protein Mint Licorice Vegetable Oils Soy Wine Nuts Flax Seeds Lower Testosterone Flax seeds are terrible for you. Stop eating them. Why? Because they’re extremely rich in lignans. Lignans are highly estrogenic. They also have evidence of reducing testosterone and DHT activity, which is not surprising. In one study, researchers actually used lignans to drive estrogen higher and to purposefully lower testosterone levels - and they showed how brutally effective it really is, by lowering testosterone levels by 70% and free testosterone levels by 89%!! Protein Intake Is Inversely Correlated With Lower Testosterone In studying the manipulation of macronutrients (protein, carbs, and fats) in relation to androgen levels, researchers have found some disturbing - yet logical - correlations, the most important being the inverse correlation between protein consumption and serum testosterone levels. The higher percentage of protein a subject consumed as part of his daily caloric intake, the lower his testosterone levels were. Mint Lowers Testosterone In Men This one always comes as a major shock to people: mint, specifically spearmint and peppermint (the two most common types) have been found to completely obliterate testosterone levels, even in rather normal dosages. One study found that in groups of rats, the subjects that had consumed: 20g/L peppermint tea decreased testosterone by 23% 20g/L spearmint tea decreased testosterone by 51% Massive decreases. ➢ Download My Top 30 Testosterone Food Grocery List: https://www.truthnutra.com/30foods ➢ Shop Truth Nutra For Natural Supplements: https://www.truthnutra.com/yt 10% code "YOUTUBE" ➢Get Testro-X To Naturally Boost Testosterone: goo.gl/4Qz6Nt ➢ Learn How to Slow Down Your Aging: https://www.truthnutra.com/stay-young ➢ Watch My Free "Hemp Healing Secrets" Presentation Here: https://theuniversalplant.com/freepresentation
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Healthy Eating : How to Calculate Your Caloric Intake

Healthy Eating : How to Calculate Your Caloric Intake

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Calculating calories intake is useful, but it also helps to examine the calorie density of foods. Discover why fruits and vegetables have lower calorie density than sugary snacks with help from a holistic health counselor in this free video on healthy eating and calories. Expert: Cortney Shallow Contact: www.naturaltherapiesinstitute.com. Bio: Cortney Shallow is a certified Holistic Health Counselor (HHC) at the Natural Therapies Institute in Wilmington, North Carolina. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications Series Description:
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Are you overdosing your kids on sugar? | Dan Sweeney

Are you overdosing your kids on sugar? | Dan Sweeney

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A new World Health Organisation (WHO) guideline recommends adults and children reduce their daily intake of free sugars to 5% of our total dietary energy intake. This applies to all age groups from two years upwards. This halves the old recommendations, which used to advise 10%. In real terms, this means: - maximum of 19g a day for children aged four to six - maximum of 24g a day for seven to 10-year-olds - maximum of 30g a day for children from aged 11 and adults Exceeding your recommended sugar intake could lead to obesity, tooth problems, heart disease, and unhealthy eating habits. "Together we can make a difference. Together we can give our children the best possible future" Dan Sweeney is a nutritionist and personal trainer passionate about creating a better future through healthy eating. http://dansweeneypt.ie/ https://www.facebook.com/DanSweeneyPersonalTraining/ Video produced by EPIC Productions Ireland http://www.EPICproductionsIreland.com http://www.facebook.com/EPICproductionsireland
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5 Tips for Reducing Fat Intake

5 Tips for Reducing Fat Intake

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Five ways to lower your daily calorie consumption. Do you want to cut down on your fat intake? Fats are very concentrated sources of calories – so cutting back will help when battling weight. Save your calories for healthy savory foods instead of dessert & you may find you snack less often.For more info about Herbalife visit www.healthylifenow.com
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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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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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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 ( Bitcoin Donations: 1G8K61AS6bytBUcqNzzag7xuo6XJ6SCU7J ) *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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