Your weight loss story is soo interesting. I also lost some wieght 4 years ago with UN diet , but as u said it was much harder to maintain this weight then loosing it. Now I need to start again some diet and I found this Keto diet. I think its interesting , but anyway wish me luck.. đź™‚ And if someone is interested in KETO diet I found this amazing guide that can be helpful to u too. U can check it out on this link :http://bit.ly/2sekQmx
Read something more about this amazing woman. Her name is Jen, she is a stay at home mom, happily married and has three beautiful young children. After giving birth to her second child, Jen went into a big depression, leading up to her gaining a bunch of weight. But, after she gave birth to her third child, a friend introduced her to an amazing workout which she could do from home and the process of change began. Within only a period of three months, Jen went from size 16 to size 4 â€“ incredible, right? The pounds simply slipped away from her body. She loved the exercises, and changed her life completely through them. Furthermore, when she lost all that weight, she wanted to make some abs. The best way for her to do it was her kitchen, so she started exploring new meal options and created a dieting plan for herself that helped her achieve her goal. If you are interested in her story, her results and how to accomplish your goal, go to her site, she has all the answers for you!
Youâ€™ve likely heard that â€śin order to lose a pound of fat, you have to burn 3500 calories more than you consume. One pound of fat is 16 ounces, or 454 grams. According to the table above, 448 grams of fat equals 4086 calories. How do we get 3500 instead of 4086? In the body, fat, or adipose tissue, is not 100% fat the way youâ€™d expect a bottle of olive oil to be 100% fat. It is about 87% fat (another estimate), so 87% of 4086 is 3554.86. Rounding to a simpler number, 54.86 calories are dropped from the â€ś3500 Calorie Ruleâ€ť to land at 3500 calories.
A few years ago, I embarked on a personal weight loss journey. I had had two pregnancies back-to-back, and had gained considerable weight, to the point where my own body mass index was over 30 (obesity range). I was many months postpartum, and realized that the â€śbaby weightâ€ť wasnâ€™t going anywhere. As a matter of fact, I had gained even more weight since my daughter was born.
Our gut microbiome controls far more than we give it credit for, which is why having your gut colonized with beneficial types of bacteria is so important.Â One way to do this is by taking a probiotic supplement. You can also make these 12 foods that boost good gut bacteria part of your everyday diet. Not only will thisÂ help you get sick less, feel happier, and ease digestion but it can also help you de-bloat, flattening out your tummy in the process.Â Try these home remedies to lose belly fat.
â€śThe alkaline diet often has a focus on eating lots of fresh produce and unprocessed foods, which could be a good thing,â€ť says Hultin. â€śHowever, keep in mind that this is not an evidence-based therapeutic diet. When people take it too far â€” for instance, drinking baking soda â€” or become too restrictive or obsessive over food choices, it can definitely turn negative.â€ť
Christina Russell is a Celebrity Trainer, author, and the writer behind the healthy living blog, Body Rebooted. Christina lost over 60 pounds in just 5 months incorporating a gluten-free diet and fitness routine and created her blog as a place to share her gluten-free recipes along with the ins and outs of her weight loss journey. Her blog has since evolved into a full-blown healthy living website that provides resources for you to reach your goals.
Another win for your morning cup of joe: Caffeinated coffee keeps things moving through the digestive tract. Since staying regular is key to a tighter-looking tummy, drinking about 8 to 16 ounces of java at the same time every day can help you stay on schedule. Remember: Sugary drinks can lead to weight gain, so skip fancy flavorings and synthetic sweeteners containing sugar alcohols, which can cause bloating.
Beckyâ€“this is a great quick start plan. I want to lose 5 pounds I put on after a recent weight loss. Itâ€™s very balanced with lots of plant protein as well as animal protein. My only comment is that itâ€™s a lot of fiber very quickly, and I know that this would cause me intestinal pain, especially from raw veggies. Itâ€™s so advantageous to have these available by prepping, so I will eat smaller portions (1cup carrots is too much for me at 120 lbs), chew them well and eat slowly and save the rest in case I am still hungry before the next meal! For people who are used to eating more food, Iâ€™m wondering if they are able to handle the fiber better than someone like me who has already learned to cut way back on portion sizes!
Brit is an amazing woman, and her blog is even more amazing that you could possibly imagine. She is a health and workout instructor, and the main reason she created this blog is because she is eager to help you restore your hope, health and self-confidence through a provision of free and high-quality fitness and a good nutritious meal. Also, she named her blog GRIT because she will help you achieve it, and grit stands for perseverence and passion for long term goals. She constantly posts authentic personal accounts, healthy diet tips and plans, and custom designed workouts. She believes in being free to be as healthy as you want to be, be fierce, because the workouts she would have prepared are extremely effective but intense, and finally, she believes in fitness, and that is the physical activity and a lot of exercising. If you are ready to make a change on your body through exercising, try her methods, they are amazing.
Shelley started her blog on the same day she decided to start what she believes will be her final diet. That day, she weighed 256 poundsâ€”two years later she lost over 110 pounds and was her lowest weight in over 20 years, 146 pounds! Shelley uses her blog as a way to remember all of her successes, failures, plateaus and everything else in between. Sheâ€™s found tremendous support through the blogging community throughout her weight loss journey and continues to share it all on her blog.
Cassey Ho, award-winning fitness instructor and Pilates teacher, is the creator behind Blogilates. Itâ€™s now the No. 1 fitness channel on YouTube. Her blog is an extension of that channel, where Casseyâ€™s aim is to motivate and inspire readers. She does this by sharing monthly workout calendars and posts about clean eating and getting fit in a way thatâ€™s actually enjoyable. Visit the blog.