Of course there are people who claim that since following the “eat-right-4-your-type” they had lost some weight, or otherwise felt better, however they only made lifestyle changes that are universally considered to be beneficial – regardless of someone’s blood type – such as cutting out junk food, and/or eliminating foods. The decision to increase certain…Details
Bodies By Design helps clients shed their unsightly holiday fat and stick to their New Years Resolutions of getting fit and staying healthy. Those wanting to lose weight must have patience, commitment and incorporate functional and core training.
These are 20 practical weight loss tips you can use today to achieve your weight loss goals. They are simple and effective. Read through each of them — it will take less than 5 minutes. Choose your top 5 tips and apply them for 10 days… Weight loss tips — #1 Do not eat late at…Details
What has more caffeine – Espresso, Coffee or Tea? If you guessed espresso, you’re wrong. Brewed coffee contains on average 100-135 mgs of caffeine, whereas espresso on average only contains 40 mgs of caffeine. Brewed tea averages 60 mgs per serving. For the person who is fond of energy drinks, you’ll still beat out…Details
Fat Has 9 Calories Per Gram More than you think. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram compared to carbs and proteins, which yield 4 calories per gram. Moreover, they are considered empty calories in the sense that they’re not used as a direct energy source and are therefore more likely to be converted to body…Details
More than you think. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram compared to carbs and proteins, which yield 4 calories per gram. Moreover, they are considered empty calories in the sense that they’re not used as a direct energy source and are therefore more likely to be converted to body fat. …Details
This has to be one of the biggest misconceptions. The answer is simply NO! This myth started when carrots were measured for their glycemic index. They needed to use 11 pounds of carrots for this experiment to compare carrots with other carb-based foods. So unless you have a great appetite for carrots (by the bushels!)…Details
This is a large misconception. Although turkey does contain tryptophan, an amino acid that is a precursor for serotonin production and is associated with causing sleepiness, it is more about the heavy meal and excessive carbs then the turkey that causes sleepiness. Speaking of which, did the scale go up for you this weekend? Happy…Details