Three paths to complete weight loss nutrition

There is no one solution to keeping your weight at a healthy number. Everyone is looking for that one breakthrough to make every weight loss obstacle appear to melt away.  But one approach is not enough, and that’s actually good news. It’s far better to know you have lots of ways to achieve your nutritional goals. And combining them is the way to do it.

The first is a healthy diet of mostly plant-based foods. Eat the foods you know are healthy for you and choose foods you like to eat: fruit, vegetables, omega-rich nuts, chocolate (yes! but in moderation).  It’s amazing how delicious and healthy foods are when you cook with olive oil or coconut oil. Think of your healthy diet as treating yourself to foods you can feel good about eating and that will do your body the most good. Think of it not as a diet that restricts you but frees you up. If you can get to a place where you enjoy preparing food for yourself, that’s total freedom.

The second is regular exercise. And it really is true that, no matter how tired or unmotivated you may be, working out feels so great you’ll wonder what was keeping you from it. Make a playlist of your favorite tunes. They don’t all have to be upbeat; throw in a few slower songs to vary your pace. As your body adjusts to the tempo of each song you’ll be surprised how it changes up what you can do. Exercising to a slower tune brings just as many benefits.

The third is supplementing with products that can help make the most of your healthy diet and exercise, but also help clear away some of those obstacles like food cravings. Fembody makes it easy to lose weight with Slim Select GT300™ with EGCG Green Tea Extract and Raspberry Ketones and reduce your urge to snack with Appetite Control 100™ with Satiereal® Saffron Extract, also available in a gum. EGCG Green Tea Extract and Raspberry Ketones have been shown to help burn fat and Satiereal effectively reduces the desire to snack between meals. Combine the two of them with your healthy diet and exercise and you’ve created a powerful force for losing pounds.

Can supplementing help me burn fat?

Hello, Gorgeous. Do you see it? When someone tells you how beautiful you are, do you accept it? And do you love yourself enough to take care of yourself first?

We now live in a time when feeling beautiful starts with feeling healthy.

You may be asking, “Can supplementing actually help me burn fat? Can a gum or capsule help me control my appetite so I can lose weight? Can taking supplements make my hair radiant, my nails stronger, my skin softer?  Can a supplement naturally help me to relax?”

There are at least four answers to those questions:

Yes, yes, yes and yes.

When you look for science-based supplements that work because of clinically researched ingredients, for supplements especially designed for women, you will discover Fembody.

You’ll discover an easy way to know the nutrients you need to lose the pounds, control your appetite, nurture your beauty from within so that you can look and feel your best. All results you will notice!

Women tend to notice changes in your belly, your hair, your nails and your skin. As your body changes, there’s a science you can turn to that can ease any doubts you may have about how beautiful you are. Change can be beautiful. You just need to tap into it.

 

 

 

 

How to burn 100 calories with music: Dance away !

Burning 100 calories sounds good, right?

Burning them to your favorite music sounds even better, right?

You can burn 100 calories in a surprising number of ways. And we mean really surprising. Like the 40 minutes it takes you to chop your vegetables and prepare your dinner. Twenty-five minutes to scrub your bathroom. Thirty-five minutes to vacuum your rugs. The best ways to burn calories can be activities you do around the house.

But what if in a moment of pure abandon, or planned spontaneity, you just started dancing? Alongside the Sharks and the Jets on a DVD of “West Side Story.” In tandem with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John singing “You’re the One that I Want” in the movie “Grease.” To your favorite oldies or Top 40 station. Or to a playlist you’ve made of your perfect songs to work out to. More about your playlist in a moment.

Just 20 minutes of moderately paced dancing is all it takes to burn 100 calories.

Dancing is so much fun it hardly feels like exercising. But when you’re done, you’ll know you’ve had a workout.

You don’t have to be especially coordinated, and if you’re dancing alone, no one’s watching anyway. All you need to do is move, and you can make up your own moves as you’re burning calories.

Whether you’re dancing, walking on a treadmill or working your arms and legs on an elliptical, you’ll have the most fun and burn more calories by choosing songs you can groove to. Really get into their rhythm and tempo.

And here’s another surprise. You can get just as many benefits out of a slower or sadder song. Just let your body go with the flow of the music. A great example is Stevie Wonder’s ethereal “Heaven is 10 Zillion Light Years Away.” It’s amazing what you can do with this song’s meaning.

Many ‘recommended workout song’ playlists will direct you to newer hits, and that’s okay if that’s what you love listening to. But don’t overlook older tunes. Try a medley of favorite country or classic rock and folk tunes. Mix up your rockabilly songs with your ballads to help vary your pace. Be creative and make an eclectic compilation playlist. You’ll love the way one song seques to an unlikely successor, which will challenge you to adapt your moves. Any way you do it is going to make for a workout that will burn calories and leave you feeling so good.

Here are some of our suggestions for a playlist that plays with you:

Dance:

“I’m So Excited” by the Pointer Sisters

“This Could Be, an Everlasting Love” by Natalie Cole

“I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston

“The Golden Age” by The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

Intense:

“Oh Yeah” by Yello

“Low Rider” by War

 Country:

“On the Road Again” by Willie Nelson

“Gentle on My Mind” by Glen Campbell

“Get Rhythm” by Johnny Cash

Reggae:

Anything by Bob Marley and The Wailers

Rhythmic:

“Bodhisattva” by Steely Dan

“Kodachrome” by Paul Simon

Classic Rock:

“Twist and Shout” by the Beatles

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/Easy-Ways-to-Burn-100-Extra-Calories-Bob-Greene-Small-Changes#ixzz28BEZ9Vl4

http://www.healthkicker.com/751884779/4-easy-ways-to-burn-100-calories/

 

Does drinking juice help you lose weight or make you gain it?

A friend who has heart disease was downing a gallon of orange juice every couple of days. He was drinking it all day long, figuring it was healthy for his heart because he was getting plenty of Vitamin C and potassium. Plus, it was fortified with calcium and Vitamin D. But he developed a very large tummy, and decided OJ may have been the culprit. Now that he’s cut back to just one glass a day, he’s losing that belly and can zip his pants again.

One thing he was doing right was drinking only 100 percent orange juice, with no added sugar. But even 100 percent juice is high in natural sugar and calories. Some naysayers will tell you that sugar makes juice no healthier than soda, except for the antioxidants and nutrients. That’s a huge except, because juice has those going for it like few other drinks do. Soda, as you know, has no nutrients whatsoever.

Those who grew up on OJ for breakfast (and raised our kids on it) wouldn’t think of starting our day without it. This wake-up juice cuts through morning mouth like nothing else, and for many also serves as a morning laxative, LOL. Plus, it’s a convenient way to get at least one of your recommended four or five servings of fruit a day. But limiting yourself to a glass a day is the way to go and also helps keep your blood sugar in check.

Truthfully, whole fruits are healthier than juice. They haven’t lost their nutrients or their fiber during the juicing process.  And if you’re trying to lose weight, you can eat as many fruits and vegetables as you want and you’ll feel full.

Here are some ways you can still enjoy your juice without gaining weight needlessly:

- Drink only 100 percent juice with no added sugar.

- Limit your serving to one glass a day.

- If you or your kids crave more, water it down. Make fruit-infused water.

- Use whole fruits and vegetables to make your own fresh juices, keeping in mind you’re getting a better quality juice but still getting fewer nutrients and fiber than from the whole fruit or vegetable.

- For your best bets in high-nutrient juices, check out these recommendations from webmd.com. Interestingly, OJ is the lowest in antioxidants but is an awesome source of Vitamin C. The absolutely worst choice you can make is a fruit cocktail. You’ll want to skip any juice that contains any added sugar such as high-fructose corn syrup. Drink healthy!

http://www.webmd.com/diet/ss/slideshow-juice-wars

Sweet supplements

With thanks to Elizabeth Fries for this tweet:

“Hypothetically, I’m more than capable of polishing off a Panera iced pumpkin sugar cookie while waiting to be paged for my healthy salad.”

She speaks the truth. No matter how committed we are to eating healthy, we are more than willing to indulge our sweet tooth (or fat tooth, as the case may be) at the same time.

Those of us who take supplements and promote them can walk the talk, but we also love our sweets. We are soda and sweet tea drinkers. We are meat (even bacon) eaters. All things in moderation, of course.

So when a natural supplements company formulates an essential nutrient in something as delicious as a smoothie, or a chew, or a gum, well, you know that’s smart. Because that’s what you want.

Why give into that craving when you can chew an appetite control gum? Our Appetite Control 100 Gum is a healthy and delicious alternative to taking supplements by the capsule.

Isn’t it great that someone is looking out for our health and treating us at the same time?