Search Weight Loss Topics:


Page 4«..3456..1020..»


May 13

Sixteen Best Exercises for Weight Loss – MyDiet

Theres no getting around the fact that in order to lose weight safely and permanently, you need to eat healthy food and get plenty of exercise.

Exercising burns calories and builds muscle, which is essential for increasing your metabolism so that you can burn even more calories and lose more weight.

So dust off those workout clothes and pick one of these nine best exercises for weight loss to get started today on your path to a slimmer, healthier you.

Walking is an ideal exercise for weight loss: It doesnt require any equipment, other than a decent pair of walking shoes, and you dont need a gym membership to do it.

Its a low-impact exercise, which means it wont blow out your knees or cause other stress injuries that can leave you on the sidelines for weeks or even months.

Depending on how much you weigh, walking at a pace of four miles per hour will burn between 5 and 8 calories every minute, or between 225 and 360 calories for a 45-minute walk.

At this pace, walking 45 minutes a day most days, you can lose up to a pound a week without changing any other habits.

So put on your walking shoes, turn on your iPod and go for a brisk stroll through the neighborhood.

If you live close to where you work or shop, make walking your primary mode of transportation most days, and watch the pounds melt away. When the weather is bad, take to the local track or indoor mall, or hop on the treadmill.

Link:
Sixteen Best Exercises for Weight Loss - MyDiet

Read More..

May 13

Calorie Calculator

The Calorie Calculator can be used to estimate the number of calories a person needs to consume each day. This calculator can also provide some simple guidelines for gaining or losing weight. Use the "metric units" tab if the International System of Units (SI) is preferred.

The following converter can be used to convert between Calories and other common food energy units.

This Calorie Calculator is based on several equations, and the results of the calculator are based on an estimated average. The Harris-Benedict Equation was one of the earliest equations used to calculate basal metabolic rate (BMR), which is the amount of energy expended per day at rest. It was revised in 1984 to be more accurate and was used up until 1990, when the Mifflin-St Jeor Equation was introduced. The Mifflin-St Jeor Equation also calculates BMR, and has been shown to be more accurate than the revised Harris-Benedict Equation. The Katch-McArdle Formula is slightly different in that it calculates resting daily energy expenditure (RDEE), which takes lean body mass into account, something that neither the Mifflin-St Jeor nor the Harris-Benedict Equation do. Of these equations, the Mifflin-St Jeor Equation is considered the most accurate equation for calculating BMR with the exception that the Katch-McArdle Formula can be more accurate for people who are leaner and know their body fat percentage. The three equations used by the calculator are listed below:

Mifflin-St Jeor Equation:

For men:

BMR = 10W + 6.25H - 5A + 5

For women:

BMR = 10W + 6.25H - 5A - 161

Revised Harris-Benedict Equation:

For men:

BMR = 13.397W + 4.799H - 5.677A + 88.362

For women:

BMR = 9.247W + 3.098H - 4.330A + 447.593

Katch-McArdle Formula:

BMR = 370 + 21.6(1 - F)W

where:

W is body weight in kgH is body height in cmA is ageF is body fat in percentage

The value obtained from these equations is the estimated number of calories a person can consume in a day to maintain their body-weight, assuming they remain at rest. This value is multiplied by an activity factor (generally 1.2-1.95), dependent on a person's typical levels of exercise, in order to obtain a more realistic value for maintaining body-weight (since people are less likely to be at rest throughout the course of an entire day). 1 pound, or approximately 0.45 kg, equates to about 3,500 calories. As such, in order to lose 1 pound per week, it is recommended that 500 calories be shaved off the estimate of calories necessary for weight maintenance per day. For example, if a person has an estimated allotment of 2,500 calories per day to maintain body-weight, consuming 2,000 calories per day for one week would theoretically result in 3,500 calories (or 1 pound) lost during the period.

It is important to remember that proper diet and exercise is largely accepted as the best way to lose weight. It is inadvisable to lower calorie intake by more than 1,000 calories per day, as losing more than 2 pounds per week can be unhealthy, and can result in the opposite effect in the near future by reducing metabolism. Losing more than 2 pounds a week will likely involve muscle loss, which in turn lowers BMR, since more muscle mass results in higher BMR. Excessive weight loss can also be due to dehydration, which is unhealthy. Furthermore, particularly when exercising in conjunction with dieting, maintaining a good diet is important, since the body needs to be able to support its metabolic processes and replenish itself. Depriving the body of the nutrients it requires as part of heavily unhealthy diets can have serious detrimental effects, and weight lost in this manner has been shown in some studies to be unsustainable, since the weight is often regained in the form of fat (putting the participant in a worse state than when beginning the diet). As such, in addition to monitoring calorie intake, it is important to maintain levels of fiber intake as well as other nutritional necessities to balance the needs of the body.

Calorie counting with the intent of losing weight, on its simplest levels, can be broken down into a few general steps:

The above steps are an attempt at the most basic form of calorie counting. Calorie counting is not an exact science, and can be as complex as you want to make it. The above does not consider proportions of macronutrients consumed. While there is no exactly known, ideal proportion of macronutrients (fats, proteins, carbohydrates) some balance is certainly advisable, and different foods have been found to have different effects on health, feelings of hunger, and number of calories burned. Generally, minimally processed plant and animal foods tend to be more conducive to healthy weight loss and maintenance.

There are many approaches to weight loss and there is no set ideal method that works for all people, which is why so many different diets and exercise regimens exist. While some methods are more effective for each individual person, not all weight loss methods are equivalent, and studies suggest that some approaches are healthier than others. That being said, one of the most commonly effective weight loss methods is counting calories. In its most basic form, calories consumed minus calories expended will result in weight gain if the result is positive, or weight loss if the result is negative. However, this is far from a comprehensive picture, and many other factors play a role in affecting healthy, sustainable weight loss. For example, there exist conflicting studies addressing whether or not the type of calories or foods consumed, or how they are consumed, affects weight loss. Studies have shown that foods that require a person to chew more and are more difficult to digest result in the body burning more calories, sometimes referred to as the thermic effect of food. While the increase in burned calories may be marginal, foods that are more difficult to digest such as vegetables generally tend to be healthier and provide more nutrients for fewer calories than many processed foods.

Consistent with the view that in regards to weight loss, only net calories are important and not their source, there exist cases such as the Twinkie diet, where a person that solely counted calories while eating a variety of cake snacks managed to lose 27 pounds over two months. As effective as this can be, it is certainly not suggested. While the participant did not seem to suffer any noticeable health detriments in this particular case, there are other less measurable factors that should be considered such as long-term effects of such a diet on potential for developing cancers, heart disease, and diabetes. However, ignoring efficiency and health, sustained, significant reduction of caloric intake or increase of physical activity should result in weight loss, and counting calories can be an effective way to achieve this sole result.

Aside from being one viable method for facilitating weight loss, calorie counting has other somewhat less quantifiable advantages including helping to increase nutritional awareness. Many people are completely unaware of, or grossly underestimate their daily caloric intake. Counting calories can help raise an awareness of different types of foods, the number of calories they contain, and how these calories have a different effect on a person's feelings of satiety. Once a person has a better understanding of how many calories are actually in that bag of chips that they can so easily inhale within minutes, how much of their daily caloric intake it consumes, and how little the chips do to satiate their hunger, portion control and avoidance of foods with empty calories tends to become easier.

Having actual caloric measurements can also assist in weight loss, since tangible calorie goals can be set, rather than simply trying to eat less. Also, although this is not necessarily directly related to calorie counting, studies have shown that portion control by simply eating from a smaller plate can help reduce calorie intake, since people tend to fill their plates and eat everything on their plates. Many people do not realize that they are overeating, since they have become accustomed to restaurant-sized portions being the norm, when said portions can be up to three or more times larger than necessary for a typical meal.

Tracking calories also puts exercise in a quantifiable perspective, increasing a person's awareness regarding how much exercise is really required to counteract a 220-calorie bag of M&M's. Once a link is made between the amount of exercise that some snack equates to, many people find abstaining from that bag of chips to be the preferred option rather than performing an equivalent amount of exercise which can lead to healthier eating habits.

In the end however, what's important is picking a strategy that works for you. Calorie counting is only one method used to achieve weight loss amongst many, and even within this method, there are many possible approaches a person can take. Finding an approach that fits within your lifestyle that you think you would be able to adhere to is likely going to provide the most sustainable option and desirable result.

Zigzag calorie cycling is a weight loss approach that aims to counteract the human body's natural adaptive tendencies. Counting and restricting calories, as described above, is a viable method to lose weight, but over a period of time, it is possible for the body to adapt to the lower number of calories consumed. In cases where this happens, a plateau in weight loss that can be difficult to surmount can result. This is where zigzag calorie cycling can help, by not allowing the body to adapt to the lower calorie environment.

Zigzag calorie cycling involves alternating the number of calories consumed on a given day. A person on a zigzag diet should have a combination of high-calorie and low-calorie days to meet the same overall weekly calorie target. For example, if your target calorie intake is 14,000 calories per week, you could consume 2,300 calories three days a week, and 1,775 the other four days of the week, or you could consume 2,000 calories each day. In both cases, 14,000 calories would be consumed over the week, but the body wouldn't adapt and compensate for a 2,000-calorie diet. This also allows a person more flexibility in their diet, allowing them to plan around occasions, such as work or family gatherings, where a person may consume more calories. Consuming a lower number of calories on other days can allow a person to enjoy these gatherings or even have a "cheat day" where they eat whatever they want without feeling guilty, since they can make up for the excess calories on their low-calorie days.

There is no concrete rule or study that dictates the most effective way to alternate or spread out calorie consumption. How to vary calorie intake is largely up to personal discretion. Depending on a person's activity, it is generally recommended that the high-calorie and low-calorie days vary by approximately 200-300 calories, where the high-calorie day is often the number of calories a person needs to consume to maintain their current weight. For a person with a higher activity level, the calorie difference should be larger. The calculator presents two zigzag diet schedules. The first schedule has two higher calorie days, and 5 lower calorie days. The second schedule increase and reduces calories gradually. In either case, the total weekly calorie consumption is the same.

In the end, regardless what method you choose to use when approaching weight loss, what's important is picking a strategy that works for you. Calorie counting and zigzag calorie cycling are only two methods (that are fairly interrelated) used to achieve weight loss among many, and even within these methods, there are many possible approaches a person can take. Finding an approach that fits within your lifestyle that you think you would be able to adhere to is likely going to provide the most sustainable and desirable result.

Many people seek to lose weight, and often the easiest way to do this is to consume fewer calories each day. But how many calories does the body actually need in order to be healthy? This largely depends on the amount of physical activity a person performs each day, and regardless of this, is different for all people there are many different factors involved, not all of which are well-understood or known.

Some factors that influence the number of calories a person needs to remain healthy include age, weight, height, sex, levels of physical activity, and overall general health. For example, a physically active 25-year-old male that is 6 feet in height requires considerably higher calorie intake than a 5-foot-tall, sedentary 70-year-old woman. Though it differs depending on age and activity level, adult males generally require 2,000-3000 calories per day to maintain weight while adult females need around 1,600-2,400 according to the U.S Department of Health.

The body does not require many calories to simply survive. However, consuming too few calories results in the body functioning poorly, since it will only use calories for functions essential to survival, and ignore those necessary for general health and well-being. Harvard Health Publications suggests women get at least 1,200 calories and men get at least 1,500 calories a day unless supervised by doctors. As such, it is highly recommended that a person attempting to lose weight monitors their body's caloric necessities and adjusts it as necessary to maintain its nutritional needs.

The main sources of calories in a typical person's diet are carbohydrates, proteins, and fat, with alcohol also being a significant portion of calorie intake for many people (though ideally this should be limited since alcohol contains many empty calories). Some studies have shown that the calories displayed on nutrition labels and the calories actually consumed and retained can vary significantly. This hints at the complex nature of calories and nutrition and is why many conflicting points of view on the "best" methodology for losing weight exist. For example, how a person chews their food has been shown to affect weight loss to some degree; generally speaking, chewing food more increases the number of calories that the body burns during digestion. People that chew more also tend to eat less, since the longer period of time necessary to chew their food allows more time to reach a state of satiety, which results in eating less. However, the effects of how food is chewed and digestion of different foods are not completely understood and it is possible that other factors exist, and thus this information should be taken with a grain of salt (in moderation if weight loss is the goal).

Generally, foods that take more effort to chew fruit, vegetables, lean meats, whole grains, etc. require the body to burn more calories since more calories are required to digest them. It also results in the feeling of satiety for longer periods of time. Furthermore, certain foods like coffee, tea, chilies, cinnamon, and ginger have been found to increase the rate of calories burned, due to the ingredients they contain.

The "quality" of calories consumed is also important. There are different classifications of foods in terms of calories. This includes high-calorie foods, low-calorie foods, and empty calories. Consistent with their naming, high-calorie foods are foods that are calorically dense, meaning that there are a high number of calories relative to serving size, while low-calorie foods have fewer calories relative to serving size. Foods such as fat, oils, fried foods, and sugary foods are examples of high-calorie foods. Being a high-calorie food does not inherently mean that the food is unhealthy however avocados, quinoa, nuts, and whole grains are all high-calorie foods that are considered healthful in moderation. Low calorie foods include vegetables and certain fruits, among other things, while empty calories, such as those in added sugars and solid fats, are calories that contain few to no nutrients. Studies have shown that there is a measurable difference between consuming 500 calories of carrots compared to 500 calories of popcorn. As previously mentioned, this in part can be attributed to differences in how the foods are consumed and processed. Carrots require far more chewing and can result in more calories burned during digestion. Again, the mechanism for these differences is not fully defined, but simply note that for weight loss purposes, the general formula of calories in minus calories out determining weight gain or loss does hold, but that the number of calories on a nutrition label is not necessarily indicative of how many calories the body actually retains. While there is no clear-cut or ideal amount of macronutrient proportions a person should consume to maintain a healthy diet or lose weight, eating a "healthy" diet replete with a variety of unprocessed foods such as vegetables, fruits, and lean meats is correlated with being healthier, and is more likely to result in sustainable weight loss. Also, remember that calories from drinks comprise an estimated 21% of a typical person's diet. Many of these calories fall under the category of empty calories. While sodas are an obvious culprit, drinks such as juices and even milk have large amounts of sugar and should be consumed in moderation to avoid negating their nutritional benefits. Ideally a person should drink water, tea, and coffee without adding sugar in order to reduce calories gained from drinks.

Remember: All foods, including "healthful foods," should be consumed in moderation, and distinctions can often be misleading since even natural foods like fruits can have large amounts of sugar, and foods labeled as "health foods" such as low-calorie foods, reduced-fat foods, etc. can potentially replace one unhealthy component with another. Many reduced-fat foods have large amounts of added sugar to compensate for taste lost through fat reduction. It is important to pay attention to, and consider the different components in a food product in order to determine whether said food should have a place within your diet.

* 1 cup = ~250 milliliters, 1 table spoon = 14.2 gram

Read the rest here:
Calorie Calculator

Read More..

May 12

Massachusetts’ Weight Loss Program

I have always loved FOOD! The sweeter it is, the more I like it! Over the years, I have tried to lose weight by tying things here and there; working out as much as I could as well. The final straw came just before the Christmas holiday. I looked like a big, fat mess!

Every week that I would walk in to the Peabody office, I felt like a celebrity! I was always greeted by smiles from everybody! It began to be my favorite part of the week. They were all so profession, and yet, so friendly. Every week they had wisdom on how to get through week by week. I couldnt have done what I have done without each of them.

The diet itself is not all that difficult. For me, I started feeling better and having more energy after week 2. With the help of that new energy feeling, that made each week easier and easier to get through. At one time, I thought exercise was the only way to lose poundage. NOT TRUE FOLKS! It is all about nutrition!

On my first weigh-in, I came in at a disgusting 231lbs. Today, my final weigh-in, I was 190. I have lost 41lbs in 10 weeks! Folks, if I can do this, anybody can!!! I mean that from the bottom of my heart! You will feel better, certainly look better and I love all the compliments from my family and peers! Thank You Awaken 180 and Kathryn, Catherin, Elazabeth and Ramon for changing my life around. I look forward to seeing you guys in the Maintenance section of your sensational program. Even though I have not met you; but Thanks to Awaken 180 creator, Paige, for creating this wonderful diet plan that REALLY works!

Read the original:
Massachusetts' Weight Loss Program

Read More..

May 12

Best Gym in St. Cloud | Fitness CF Gym | (407) 957-2622

When youre committed to getting your body into the best shape ever, Fitness CF is the place you want to be. Our gym in St. Cloud has the same goal: to help you achieve the highest level of fitness, health, and wellness.

How do we do it?

We offer the ultimate best in program and services. Youll find the latest equipment, the most skilled instructors, and the most energizing group classes anywhere; and amazing amenities that include onsite childcare, a womens only gym area, Silver Sneakers senior fitness, massage and tanning, a Cardio Cinema, and more!

Find out for yourself why Fitness CF St. Cloud FL is the best. Check us out with a free 7-day pass today!

NEW at Fitness CF gyms, track your body progress in 3D with our Fit3D Pro Body Scanner! All new and current members are eligible for one complimentary scan. Ask one of our fitness professionals on how you can get started today!

Read the rest here:
Best Gym in St. Cloud | Fitness CF Gym | (407) 957-2622

Read More..

May 11

How to Lose Weight Fast! Step-by-Step Guide CheetaTHIN

Ok, so you realized that you don't feel comfortable with the way you are for whatever reason. Maybe you want to stay healthier for your kids or maybe there is a wedding around the corner, bottom line is you decided to take action and learn how to lose weight fast.

Before we begin, congratulate yourself for taking action by reading this article, it takes a lot of courage to begin a weight loss journey, so give yourself a pat on the back!

Lets get to it.

Once you have decided you want to lose weight fast, your first question will most likely be;

"Where in the hell do I even start?"

There are literally millions of articles online on how to lose weight. It's mind boggling, read all you want but without direction you'll simply feel lost and frustrated and you will give up.

What they don't do online is organize all that information in a logical order to effortlessly produce the most effective weight loss results possible. This is where we come in.

Here's the deal.

The Information I'm about to share with you comes from decades of experience in the weight loss Industry and is extremely valuable, so please treat it that way.

This is how you can Lose Weight Fast, STEP-BY-STEP!

Did you know that losing weight is 80% Diet and 20% Exercise?!Since Diet makes up 70% of your weight loss efforts, this is the most obvious place to start.

We have found that Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) diets are the most effective in terms of being the easiest to follow, and producing the best results.

While being on a LCHF Diet, people have reported losing around 2kgs in their very first week.

Recommended LCHF Diet Plans:

When starting a diet you'll realize carb cravings make it almost impossible to stick to the diet after a few days.

Dieting during the day is easy peasy! But as soon as the sun sets it's like our inner cave woman comes out. We literally want to eat everything in sight.

Am I right?!

This is where appetite suppressants come in.

We won't beat around the bush with this,CheetaThin is the most effective appetite suppressant, and since it's made from 100% natural ingredients it has very few side effects.

Plus,CheetaThin has some amazing weight loss properties.

With an appetite suppressant on board, dieting will be as easy as eating cake!

You got through steps 1&2 and you have lost a ton of weight (believe me if you do it properly you will, our past customers have reportedlosing around2-3kgs in their first week,) but now you want to speed things up a bit further.

This is where step 03 comes in.

The biggest point I want to make clear about training is that you only need 15min a day, and you don't need to go to gym.

Consistency is the key here!

Recommended Training Program:

You've managed to lose weight fast and you're feeling on top of the world. You feel like anything is possible, you finally feel like you are in full control of your weight.

Until...

...one morning you wake up and your clothes feel a bit tighter, your confidence takes a plunge! What now?

Seems a life change is in order!

This is the most important simply because you are at a cross road with 2 paths. You can either fall back into your old ways and end up back at step 01 in a few years, or you can change your life, and live it feeling comfortable and in control of your weight forever.

The Best information we have on how to keep the weight off:

There you have it, the 4 steps you need to follow with tons of free information to get you started. We will updating this post weekly with links to new content we publish, so make sure you come back regularly.

If you liked this article please share it by clicking on one of the social icons on your screen, it's literally the only way these articles get out.

*Please note results may vary from person to person.

Read more:
How to Lose Weight Fast! Step-by-Step Guide CheetaTHIN

Read More..

May 10

Opinion | The Myth of Testosterone – The New York Times

These complexities hold in track and field events, too. Even the International Association of Athletics Federations own analysis of testosterone and performance, involving more than 1,100 women competing in track and field events, shows that for six of the 11 running events, women with lower testosterone actually did better than those with higher levels.

In other words, for most sports, testosterone levels do not correlate with superior performance. And yet even in the face of overwhelming evidence, the myths are so deeply ingrained in our assumptions about gender and athletics that the highest governing body in sports believes otherwise.

The obvious result is discrimination against female athletes such as Semenya who have naturally high levels of testosterone. But the harm doesnt stop there.

The athletics association insists that Semenya can still compete, as long as she undergoes medically unnecessary interventions to lower her testosterone level. (Because the testosterone rules have not yet gone into effect, she was able to run and win the womens 800-meter race at a meet in Doha on Friday.) The association underplays the risk of such measures, saying women with high testosterone can lower their levels dramatically by taking an oral contraceptive.

But hormonal contraceptives are often not enough to get testosterone down to the arbitrary permissible level. This means athletes must take stronger drugs, and endure chronic, significant side effects.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport expressed concern about these side effects, saying they could make compliance a practical impossibility for athletes. In fact, for that reason the court said its decision was provisional, and that the harms would need to be tracked.

Nevertheless, the International Association of Athletics Federations president, Seb Coe, gave reason for worry when asked whether he would delay the regulations for the 1,500-meter and the mile races regulated events for which the court said there was no evidence of a difference in performance among athletes with different testosterone levels. Showing a blatant disregard for caution, Coe simply replied, No, leaving us to wonder who will monitor the degree of harm, and how will problems be reported and recorded as they arise. How much harm will be acceptable to the court before it reconsiders its position?

Read the original here:
Opinion | The Myth of Testosterone - The New York Times

Read More..

May 9

How to lose weight and keep it off, according to science …

One reason many dieters curb their fat intake besides the lingering influence of the low-fat dieting trend of the 1990s is that it's an easy way to cut calories. Fat is high in calories. Trim the fat, trim the calories.

But research is starting to show that eating fat does not necessarily lead us to put on pounds. Instead, it may help people lose weight, perhaps by making us feel full and curbing our sugar consumption. This appears to be especially true for fats from sources like nuts, olive oil, avocados, and fish.

"There is one thing we know about fats. Fat consumption does not cause weight gain. To the contrary, it might actually help us shed a few pounds," Aaron Carroll, a professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine, wrote in his book, "The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully."

Here's what that means for people who are counting their calories: Fatty foods are higher in calories than their low-fat equivalents, so to account for that and cut back on carbs and sugar instead.

Read more from the original source:
How to lose weight and keep it off, according to science ...

Read More..

May 3

Diets Dont Work – Active Lifestyles Sefton

Diets Dont Work

Diets Don`t Work is a free 8 week weight management and nutrition programme.As a team we encourage weight loss at a steady pace and include different aspects of nutrition to enable you to choose a healthy lifestyle.

Our sessions include topics on behaviour change, goal setting, portion size, food labels and physical activity plus other areas to promote a healthier choice. The sessions are delivered in a friendly professional manner within a group setting that offers support throughout the course and afterwards (beyond).

Come along and join our course. This is the session where we provide an overview of the course. Complete a small amount of paperwork and inform everyone on the course and of the leaders contact names and telephone numbers. We also take measurements of weight and waist circumference though this is not compulsory. BMI may also be calculated at this stage. All sensitive data is recorded and stored in a confidential manner.

Here we encourage the Eatwell Guide approach to a healthy balanced eating pattern. Answer any queries and hopefully debunk any myths regarding certain food groups.

In this session we offer realistic advice on how to understand portion sizes. Including tips on how to reduce portion sizes of various foods without losing taste or flavour and increasing other food groups to achieve a healthy balanced diet.

This is our halfway stage and where we deliver knowledge, understanding and practical advice on Fats, Sugars and Salt. We discuss the practicalities with regards to fat in the diet, too much hidden sugar and salt. Visual aids are used to portray the various amounts of hidden fats, sugars and salt in a wide range of foods and offer information on the labelling of certain food items including Diet, Reduced Fat/Sugar, No Added Sugar plus others.

Physical activity is an essential part of weight management Energy In vs Energy Out. We discuss the health benefits of physical activity and offer a practical taster session free of charge on how to incorporate movement into a busy daily routine. We use visual aids to discover how much physical activity is required to burn off the calories in every day foods.

Ever stood trying to work out what all those figures and colours mean on a food label? Let us help you work them out. We will show you how to make sense of all the information displayed on a food label and help you understand how to read the traffic light system to make a healthier choice.

In this session we discuss the practicalities of eating out and alcoholic calories. We encourage you to make a healthier choice whilst dining out, visiting a coffee shop or the up and coming Baltic Triangle by showing the various healthier choices available.

We do not tell you what you can or not drink in the way of alcohol but we do advise on just how calorific some drinks may be.

The catch up and final session here we see how far the group has come over the 8 weeks. It is also an opportunity to cover any of the topics that anybody wishes to go back through. We also retake your measurements and compare them to the initial measurements in a sensitive manner. We discuss how to further and maintain your weight loss and give the opportunity for ongoing and further support.

Diets Dont Work is run across Sefton in a number of venues at varying times during the day. If your would like to book a place or need further advise on Diets dont work please call Active Lifestyles on 0151 934 2352 or email us on active.lifestyles@sefton.gov.uk

Original post:
Diets Dont Work - Active Lifestyles Sefton

Read More..

May 3

Home – HGH Foundation : HGH Foundation

November 22, 2018

Come join me on Sunday December 2nd, 2018 in Casselman for the 6th Annual Santa Walk & Run! The Santa...

Hear all about what we have been up to since last summer at the HGH Foundation. Read the story of...

On October 27, 2018, prepare to be immersed in an evening of treachery, murder, blackmail, intrigue and backstabbing. Inspired by...

In July 2018, Tina Desabrais will be making a trip to Peru. Her goal is to achieve an ascent of...

The HGH Foundation is pleased to announce the 38th edition of the Golf Classic to be held on Wednesday, July...

The Hawkesbury and District General Hospital Foundation would like to thank all the volunteers for their hard work and dedication...

The Hawkesbury and District General Foundation is moving on April 11, 2018. Drop by for a visit at our new...

Break the stigma: A fundraiser benefiting the HGH Mental Health and Addiction Regional Centre. Presented by artist VooV in collaboration...

Read all about what we have been up to since last fall and whats coming up this summer in the...

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of a dear friend and long-time dedicated volunteer, Mrs...

See the original post here:
Home - HGH Foundation : HGH Foundation

Read More..

May 1

Ridgefield Snap Fitness USA

SMS TEXT MESSAGE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

By checking the box and thereby accepting these terms, you are enrolling in SMS texting services from Snap Fitness ("Snap Fitness", "we", or "us"). You will receive an initial message confirming your enrollment, which will include instructions on how to opt out of SMS texting services. You will not receive more than six (6) marketing-related messages per month.

To understand how we use personal information you submit to us through these services, view a copy of our privacy policy, which is available on our website.

Your ability to enroll in the services is subject to the terms and conditions of your mobile carrier. Participation in the programs on this short code are standard rated (no premium content). This means that Snap Fitness does not have a separate charge for this service; however, message and data rates may apply from your mobile carrier. By providing your consent to participate in this program, you approve any such charges from your mobile carrier. Charges for text messages may appear on your mobile phone bill or be deducted from your prepaid balance. The information in any message may be subject to certain time lags and/or delays. You are responsible for managing the types of SMS texts you receive.

If you have any questions or need help, reply to any text message from us with the word HELP. To stop receiving text messages, reply to any text message from us with the any of the following words: STOP, STOP ALL, END, QUIT, CANCEL, UNSUBSCRIBE, or QUIT. By enrolling in the services, you consent that following such a request to unsubscribe, you will receive one (1) final message from Snap Fitness confirming that you have been inactivated in our system. Following such confirmation message, no additional text messages will be sent unless you re-activate your subscription. For other customer service inquiries please contact inquiries@snapfitness.com. You may also visithttps://www.liftbrands.com/email/unsubscribe/snapfitnessto manage your email and text message preferences. Snap Fitness may use an automatic telephone dialing system (as defined by the Federal Communications Commission) to deliver text messages to you. By enrolling in the services, you give your prior express written consent to Snap Fitness, its franchisees, and its affiliates to use an automatic telephone dialing system to deliver text messages to the telephone or cell phone number to which you have directed Snap Fitness to transmit these text messages.

United States Participating Carriers Include: AT&T, Advantage Cellular (DTC Wireless), Aio Wireless, Alaska Communications Systems (ACS), Appalachian Wireless (EKN), Bluegrass Cellular, Boost Mobile, Carolina West Wireless, CellCom, Cellular One of East Central IL (ECIT), Cellular One of Northeast Arizona, Cellular One of Northeast Pennsylvania, Chariton Valley Cellular, Cricket, Coral Wireless (Mobi PCS), Cross, C-Spire (CellSouth), Duet IP (Maximum Communications New Core Wireless), Element Mobile (Flat Wireless), Epic Touch (Elkhart Telephone), GCI, Golden State, Google Voice, Hawkeye (Chat Mobility), Hawkeye (NW Missouri), Illinois Valley Cellular, Inland Cellular, iWireless (Iowa Wireless), Keystone Wireless (Immix Wireless/PC Man), Metro PCS, Mosaic (Consolidated or CTC Telecom), MTA Communications, MTPCS (Cellular One Nation), Nex-Tech Wireless, NTelos, Panhandle Communications, Peoples Wireless, Pine Cellular, Pioneer, Plateau (Texas RSA 3 Ltd), RINA, Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont), SI Wireless/Mobile Nation, Simmetry (TMP Corporation), SouthernLinc, Sprint, SRT Wireless, T-Mobile USA, Thumb Cellular, Union Wireless, United Wireless, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, Viaero Wireless, Virgin Mobile, and West Central (WCC or 5 Star Wireless). Additional carriers may be added.

Canada Participating Carriers Include: Bell (including NorthernTel, Solo Mobile, and Telebec), Fido, MTS, Rogers, SaskTel, Telus (including Koodo Mobile and Public Mobile), Videotron, Virgin Mobile, and Wind. Additional carriers may be added.

More:
Ridgefield Snap Fitness USA

Read More..

Contact Us Today


Your Full Name
Your Email
Your Phone Number
Select your age (30+ only)
Select Your US State
Program Choice
Confirm over 30 years old Yes
Confirm that you resident in USA Yes
This is a Serious Inquiry Yes
Message:
captcha


Page 4«..3456..1020..»