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Try Egg Whites To Lose Weight

Posted by : DrDivad | In : Nutrition, Weight Loss

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Egg Whites Valuable Weight Loss Food

eggsMany people are looking to find new ways to get essential nutrients while consuming less fat and calories. One simple way to achieve this is to incorporate more egg white dishes into our diet.

Although egg yolks contain important nutrients and are found to be beneficial to our health in moderation, the egg white is still a healthier choice for muscle development and weight loss. Why egg whites?

Egg whites have no fat, no cholesterol, no trans fats, and no carbohydrates.
It’s a fact, by removing the egg yolk and using only the egg whites you will reduce the amount of fat and calories in your diet. Using egg whites can also help lower your cholesterol. The cholesterol that is found in eggs resides in the yolk.

Studies have shown that egg whites are an excellent source of pure natural protein.
The natural proteins found in egg whites are ideal to build the supply of amino acids to build muscle. The egg white contains close to 40 types of proteins and other essential nutrients including- potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. In fact, the protein found in egg whites, called albumen, is recognized as the singular standard food scientists still strive to duplicate in their food, drinks, and meal replacement bar creations.

Eating egg whites for breakfast is an effective weight loss strategy.
Because egg whites are such an excellent source of premium protein without the calories, consuming egg whites in the morning will give your body the fuel it needs to burn fat and calories while building muscle. Studies conducted at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center found that participants eating two eggs for breakfast lost 65% more weight and felt more energetic than those who had a bagel containing the same amount of calories.

Try to use farm fresh eggs or at least eggs from organically raised chickens.  Another choice is to use non fat pasteurized high quality liquid egg whites if you can find them.

You can find more healthy tips for weight Loss at www.doctorweightlossprogram.com

Weight Loss After Baby

Posted by : DrDivad | In : Weight Loss

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Want To Get Rid Of Baby Fat After Pregnancy?

  • Your Sure Fire Option – Breast Feeding – This is Breast_FeedingGod’s gift to you. By choosing to breast feed you gain a number of advantages. First your baby is receiving the best nutrition possible; your baby is also receiving natural immunity to infections, and viruses directly from you. Secondly you will enjoy better health and a natural fat burner. The benefit of eating properly and breast feeding is your body will take the fat from your body and place it into the breast milk. Your baby needs the fat to stay warm and grow. Keep in mind your new baby’s metabolism is very high compared to yours.
  • Auto Abs from the Doctor Directed Weight Loss Program is an excellent way for you to get your stomach into its pre-baby form. You can perform the Auto Abs when you sit, when you stand in line, when you are on the phone or driving on the highway, yes even when you breast feed if you wish.
  • DO NOT Take any kind of  Metabolism Booster, Appetite Suppressants, Fat Burners, while you are breast feeding. These will pass directly to your baby and you do not want that.

Five Additional Tips: 1. Skip All Soda Soda contains zero nutrients. Water is the best alternative as it aids in digestion. 2. Eat Breakfast, even if you’re not hungry You’ll teach your body to adjust to A.M. calories, so you’ll need fewer later in the day. *250-500 calorie per morning. 3. Banish Trigger Foods From Your Home If you keep treats in the house, opt for the single-serve portions many are only 100 calories. 4.Eat smaller meals throughout the day. 4 – 6 meals through the day. 5.High energy, metabolism boosting exercises – 1 – 3 minutes 3 times per day. This kind of exercise will increase your “after burn” causing your body to burn fat for hours after you exercise. For effective weight loss investigate – Doctor Directed 14 day Weight Loss Program. DD box

For Your Health Avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup

Posted by : DrDivad | In : Nutrition

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Whats Wrong With High Fructose Corn Syrup?

popA new study in mice sheds light on at least part of the reason for the insulin resistance that can come from diets high in high-fructose corn syrup, a sweetener found in most sodas and many other processed foods.

Fructose is much more readily metabolized to fat in the liver than glucose, and in the process can lead to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. NAFLD in turn leads to hepatic insulin resistance and type II diabetes.

According to the latest statistics, new cases of diabetes have increased by 90 percent in the last 10 years, and diabetes or pre-diabetes now strikes one in four Americans. Those are absolutely astounding statistics to say the least.

There’s no doubt in my mind that one of the primary fuels for this epidemic is the excess consumption of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). Several studies over the past few years have also come to this conclusion, including this latest study in Cell Metabolism, in which the researchers note:

“Insulin resistance is a common feature of the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Both have reached epidemic proportions worldwide with the global adoption of the westernized diet along with increased consumption of fructose, stemming from the wide and increasing use of high-fructose corn syrup sweeteners.

It is well established that fructose is more lipogenic than glucose, and high-fructose diets have been linked to hypertriglyceridemia, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and insulin resistance.”

The answer is clearly not to create more drugs to combat the problem of diabetes, but rather to educate the public about healthier eating habits – which includes AVOIDING high fructose corn syrup as much as possible.

Scientists have clearly linked the rising HFCS consumption to the epidemics of obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome in the U.S., and medical researchers have pinpointed various health dangers associated with the consumption of HFCS compared to regular sugar.

Despite all the evidence, the industry persists in claiming these findings are untrue, arguing that HFCS is the same as sugar. Their campaign also relies on nutritional research, but it should be noted that the funding for many of the major studies in question came from companies with a financial stake in the outcome.

Reminds me quite a bit of the tobacco lobby’s consistent denial that smoking causes lung cancer until they had no choice but to admit it.

How Much High Fructose Corn Syrup is in Your Diet?

The obesity and diabetes epidemics are no surprise when you consider the fact that the number one source of calories in America is high fructose corn syrup in soda.

There are about 40 grams of HFCS per can – more than the American Medical Association’s recommended daily maximum for ALL caloric sweeteners. And that’s without adding in all the corn syrup now found in every type of processed, pre-packaged food you can think of.

In fact, the use of high fructose corn syrup in the U.S. diet increased a staggering 10,673 percent between 1970 and 2005, according to the latest USDA Dietary Assessment of Major Trends in U.S. Food Consumption report. That too is no major surprise considering that processed foods account for more than 90 percent of the money Americans spend on their meals.

All in all, according to the USDA’s report, about one-quarter of the calories consumed by the average American is in the form of added sugars – the majority of which comes from high fructose corn syrup.

Folks, this is an absolute prescription for disaster. Is it any wonder that we are suffering epidemics of chronic diseases that are contributing to the economic collapse, as they require expensive drug and surgical solutions that only treat the symptoms, but do nothing to address the cause of the disease?

Why High Fructose Corn Syrup IS Worse For You than Sugar

If you need to lose weight, or if you want to avoid diabetes and heart disease, fructose is one type of sugar you’ll want to avoid, particularly in the form of high-fructose corn syrup.

Part of what makes HFCS such a dangerous sweetener is that it is metabolized to fat in your body far more rapidly than any other sugar.

According to Dr. Elizabeth Parks, associate professor of clinical nutrition at UT Southwestern Medical Center and lead author of a study on fructose, published in the Journal of Nutrition just last year:

“Our study shows for the first time the surprising speed with which humans make body fat from fructose. Once you start the process of fat synthesis from fructose, it’s hard to slow it down. The bottom line of this study is that fructose very quickly gets made into fat in your body.”

This occurs because most fats are formed in your liver, and when sugar enters your liver, it decides whether to store it, burn it or turn it into fat. Fructose, however, bypasses this process and simply turns into fat.

Additionally, there’s hard empirical evidence showing that refined man-made fructose like HFCS metabolizes to triglycerides and adipose tissue, not blood glucose. And one of the most thorough scientific analyses published to date on this topic found that fructose consumption leads to decreased signaling to your central nervous system from the hormones leptin and insulin.

Because insulin and leptin act as key signals in regulating how much food you eat, as well as your body weight, this suggests that dietary fructose may contribute to increased food intake and weight gain.

Decreased insulin and leptin signaling is also a main cause of diabetes and a host of other obesity-related conditions.

How You Can Drastically Improve Your Overall Health

If you want to drastically improve your health, the answer is quite simple. To lose weight and reduce your risk of developing metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and heart disease, STOP drinking soda and processed fruit juices. Switch to pure water as your beverage of choice and you will be well on your way to better health.

To preserve your health you also need to focus your diet on whole foods, and, if you do purchase packaged foods, become an avid label reader and avoid foods that contain corn syrup as a main ingredient.

Sources:
Science Daily March 3, 2009
Cell Metabolism March 2009; 9(3):252-64

How Fast Can I Lose Weight?

Posted by : DrDivad | In : Weight Loss

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Looking for some help with your weight loss?

Help For Weight Loss

One of the most common questions regarding weight loss is: How fast can I lose weight? There are many weight loss options and ideas that promise the earth but actually deliver nothing! Men and women get tempted by the promises and gimmicks of help for losing weight quickly! There are very few options that actually guide a person to lose weight systematically for long term results.

Just remember!
There is no shortcut to success! Regarding weight loss people who lose weight suddenly, tend to gain the same back equally fast and possibly more.  Key:  to lose weight for the long term you need a simple step by step program that can help you fire up your fat burning process and at the same time provides the encouragement, training and tools to make sure your weight stays off.

Often men and women find it tough to lose weight!  It’s not surprising that people look for the quick fixes and miracle cures. Look at the world in which we live everything has to be fast.  But to understand metabolism means you understand it is the one with a steady plan who wins the race.  This is the key to burning fat as fast as possible and with the least amount of effort.

Recommendation:
The most recommended doctor approved weight loss program is the Doctor Directed 14 Day Weight Loss Program. When I am asked; “How fast can I lose weight?  I quickly respond – as fast as you implement the steps to increase your metabolism and get your head on straight.

Doctor Directed Weight Loss is a complete doctor approved program including appropriate workouts, grocery lists, recipes, secret formulas,  and everything you need to lose weight quick and fast.  It only takes 7-15 minutes of  daily and you will be burning fat quickly, and these can all be done in the privacy of your own home, no gym memberships required.

Please Understand:
Longer workout routines do not mean you burn more fat! In fact You can burn more fat by adopting these specialized workouts that take less time get your body into oxygen debt demanding your body respond by increasing your metabolism. Get Ready for Faster Results!

Healthy weight loss means:

  • No drugs
  • No crazy fad diets
  • No artificial sweeteners
  • No starvation

But to completely answer the question, how fast can I lose weight? I would have to say it depends on how many of the steps you implement. None of the steps are hard, they just take commitment.

  • Full range of nutritional food recommendations that boost metabolism and rate well with the glycemic index.
  • Proper exercise to burn fat
  • Good encouragement
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Water recommendations
  • Sleep recommendations
  • Ways to reduce stress
  • Recommendations to give added willpower and the edge to succeed.
Doctor Directed 14 Day Weight Loss Program is the only complete weight loss program to be endorsed by the Natural Health Research Institute.
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