Wednesday, June 14, 2017

How to lose weight living healthy

Knowing what's matter for healthy living and how to achieve it, is the best way to lose weight, and have healthy and fitted body.
If you look at the most common factors that contribute to well being of our body, committed to healthy lifestyle is not that difficult.

Here, let's see what are the common factors that play important roles in human's well being.
They are - nutritious diet, active lifestyle and better sleep.

Read Mary's success weight loss story.

What's healthy living means to you?
To some people, healthy living means; eat less fatty foods and more veges, exercise more, no cigarette and don't do drugs.

Well...that's maybe true!
A non-smoker and not a drug user tend to be healthier and live longer compare to apposite individual.

1. Our body needs nutritious diet.
Twenty years ago, when my friend says, "I'm on diet", I used to think she's turning to vegetarian. LOL...
I used to think healthy diet is all about eating fresh vegetable, vegetable suppose to be healthy and eat less meat, because meat makes you fat. And, there's a saying, "Don't eat meat if you want to lose weight fast."

Some times ago there was a poster, eating healthy campaign, "You are what you eat", with an over-weight boy eating a huge hamburger, to some people that's totally give the impression, eating hamburger would make you fat.
Yes! That's got to me too.

Our body needs nutritious diet in order to be healthy, but what does "nutritious diet" mean?
Nutritious diet means eating healthy, so to say, you may eat what ever you want provided that foods give you the nutrients you need to maintain your health, feel good, and have energy.
These nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, fat, water, vitamins, and minerals.

Nutritious diet when combined with being physically active play an important role for a healthy and strong body, and surely help you lose weight fast. What you eat can affect your immune system, your mood, and your energy level.


If you want to know more about nutritious diet and what's best, talk to your doctor or a dietitian for personalized dietary advice that takes into account your health status, lifestyle, and food likes and dislikes.

How to lose weight living healthy will continue.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Success Weight Loss Story For Real!

This is the story of Mary Gould's weight-loss story.

Mary Gould start gaining weight rapidly in 2010, that time she weighed 150 pounds, already experiencing some health issues, and when she turned 39 in 2015 her weight increased to 225 pounds.

In 2012, Mary got married and was ready to embrace her new life-partner. At that time she already had two sons of her own.

After few months of her new life, Mary becoming ill, and as it continued become worse, she constantly made a trip to the hospital.
That time her doctor could not explained what the real causes that had her health to deteriorate much, until it was almost too late. In the end, her health issues had become major contributor to her great weight gain.

Adding to the pain, during all of her health crises and the weight gain, Mary's husband left and she became homeless.
She was at very bad spot, and realized she has to do major change for the sake of her children.

Here more reads about Mary's weight loss journey...

Mary Gould's success weight-loss story
The Changes

Because I was in such poor health by this point, I had to start my journey very slowly. I was able to find temporary housing, but it had very little space or kitchen facilities, so I had to get creative if I planned on losing the weight. I started with a Crock-Pot, a small tabletop grill, and a tiny fridge. I would get meats and fresh veggies and I would stretch them for several meals. I cut out all sugars, pastas, and breads. I didn’t count calories or use a specific plan because I had few available resources, but I knew I had to make a change to reclaim my health.

I had very little space in the housing, but I had to find ways to exercise. Because I was in so much pain, it was a slow process. Each day, I would take a few steps around the parking lot of the place I was staying, and each day I would feel like taking more steps and it progressed from there. I got an exercise DVD and started increasing my efforts to have more physical activity in my life.

At first, I saw little change in the way that I was feeling but I saw my son’s face each day and I knew he needed a healthy mom and I wanted so much to keep going for him. Even on the days I felt I couldn’t take another step, I would tell myself, “Mary, the rest of your life will be the best of your life,” and it helped me push through the darkest days.

The After

I started feeling amazing and began to celebrate the non-scale victories along the way. I was able to do things with my son that I previously could not accomplish. For several years, I had put a “do not disturb” sign on my heart and was focused solely on my wellness journey, so I had put my dating life on pause. Last year, though, I met a wonderful man who was on his own health journey, and I was now emotionally ready to pursue dating.

I am honestly amazed when I look at life now and see how far I have come. Before, I had little self-confidence and hated taking pictures of myself, but after the weight loss I was surprised at how much confidence I was gaining.

The Maintenance

I do affirmations that help me stay focused and positive. I strive to eat healthy each day and keep fresh vegetables around for snacks. I drink water equal to half of my body weight in ounces.
I am part of a wonderful accountability group on social media that is very helpful. When I first started my journey, I was completely alone, but now I have people who I can check in with who understand.

I was introduced to some amazing health products that have helped me daily to get the vitamins and enzymes I need, which I lacked after the previous mold exposure. I have continued my healthy cooking and now incorporate portion control containers so I can see how much I am consuming daily. I have continued my exercise, starting each day with an hour-long walk.

It inspires me to have people message me and let me know that they have made a healthy change in their own lives or lost weight because of something I have shared with them. I have wonderful sons and a supportive significant other, and I want to live a long life for them, so that really keeps me motivated.

I have now became a health and wellness coach to help others along in their own journeys. I am just starting out, but I want others to see firsthand that if someone like me, who had so many challenges to overcome can do it, then they can too.

The Struggles

I think the main struggle is in my mind. When I don’t see the progress right away, I have to remind myself of how far I have come. When I struggle, I have to remember I am still progressing in the right direction.

Advice

My best advice is don’t give up when you have bad days. Push through the pain. Don’t think of reasons that it won’t work, just focus on why you started and why you are not going to give up!

source:https://www.yahoo.com/beauty/mary-gould-lost-245-pounds-decided-time-reclaim-life-become-best-version-163738677.html 

Friday, July 18, 2014

You Need Fat Burning Diet to Loose stubborn Belly Fat

"Help me loose my belly fat! Fat is bad!"

Discover 7 "FATTY" Foods that Can Help You to Get a Flat Stomach

Knowing what belly fat is and how it is accumulated in daily life is the first step to lose in it.
Here is an article that should help you understand some facts about belly fat.

Article: What is belly fat and why is it such a problem?
By Chris Reichert and Joey Cardillo

Fat has been vilified!

And to be completely honest, “fat” is actually not a bad thing – we need it! But too much of it can most definitely put a burden on the body in many ways.

Let’s start with some basic facts…

The human body actually has two different types of fat…

The first is often referred to as subcutaneous fat. It is found just under the skin and is fairly easy to spot – cellulite or those infamous “love handles” are both good examples.

Subcutaneous fat is typically considered “easier to access” and this is why it is often targeted for cosmetic surgery, as it’s the type that liposuction can extract from the body.

Doctors can basically suck it right out!

The second type of fat we’d like to discuss is visceral fat.

Visceral fat is also known as “abdominal fat,” as it’s located deep under the skin in what’s referred to as the “peritoneal cavity.” This type of fat is theorized to be more of an issue because it surrounds very important organs like the liver and the heart.

Visceral fat is there for a reason, but too much of it can set off a chain of events in the body that nobody should really want to deal with, and we’ll be getting into all of that very soon.

An overabundance of visceral fat is linked up with some pretty dangerous health conditions, and science has proven that its development must be regulated if people are to lead healthier lifestyles.

But this isn’t what’s currently happening…

Millions of people today are struggling to get their abdominal fat under control, but very few are actually having the success that they so truly deserve.

Yes, it’s tough to get rid of, but it’s definitely not impossible…

We’d also like to point out that both forms of fat (subcutaneous and visceral) seem to play into the whole “big belly” look, so it’s important that both are watched and controlled accordingly.

Letting either spiral out of control can come with a host of problems, so people need to start seeing this issue for what it truly is – a massive health epidemic!

Let’s look at some facts so that we can put a little more clarity to all of this “fat madness.”

Visceral fat facts:

Too much visceral fat has been proven to be associated with varying degrees of heart disease, as many studies have confirmed such claims.

Visceral fat can influence the progression and development of diabetes, and the occurrence of strokes. Being that both states of health can lead to many other complications, overweight individuals should be more aware of their abdominal fat development.

Visceral fat can be a predictor of death in men. In other words, measuring one’s visceral fat composition can more accurately depict their mortality timeline.

Regular exercise is proven to help in ridding the body of excess visceral fat, but it’s NOT the sole answer to regulating its development. As you will see in this book, we’ll be going over many ways to combat its takeover.

Diet alone can address a large portion of the abdominal fat epidemic that millions of people are facing today. Cleaner eating often assists those who are trying to address these very common belly fat issues. For some reason, over the years, people have been led to believe that “exercising” is the only answer to getting a flatter midsection, and this is completely incorrect. Exercise is definitely part of the equation, but in general, it’s only a small piece of the puzzle.

Visceral fat puts massive amounts of stress on the body’s internal organs, and as you will see shortly, this effect can play out in a variety of different ways.

So as you can see, there are some dangers that are worthy of noting here.

And trust us when we say that millions of people today are battling these very issues.

Something needs to change, because to be honest, it doesn’t look as if society is getting anywhere in regards to slimming down.

Check out an article on fat burning foods here.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Top 55 Muscle Building & Fat Burning Foods

We are what we eat!
Eating right not only improve healthy but best way to lose fat too.

If your fridge or food cabinets don't have junk stored in its, you are less likely to eat junk. Healthy nutritious foods are the best way to improve health for life.
Making smart choices and avoiding temptations each time you shopping for groceries is a simple way to start. Some of these choices not only focusing on fruits and vegetables, some will surprise you.

Now, let's see some of these smart choices.

Each week, be sure to stuffed your fridge with lots of varieties of fresh vegetables like onions, zucchini, spinach, fresh mushrooms, red peppers and broccoli. If you love having eggs for breakfast but still cautious of the cholesterol, no worry. Eggs are good, I'm not just referring to egg whites but whole eggs. Egg yolk is the nutritious part of the egg but many people avoiding it for the sake of the cholesterol.
Wrong! Whole eggs actually raise your good cholesterol.

For more of these 55 muscle building and fat burning foods, read the original article here.

Friday, October 4, 2013

10 Minute Tone-Up Workouts To Burn Fat Fast

Here is 10 minute tone-up workouts that help to boost your metabolism and burn more fat.

Start with warming up with 2 minutes of jogging on the spot and leg swings.
Do each exercise for 45 seconds followed by 15 seconds' rest, then repeat the circuit.

1. The reverse lunge -45 seconds
Works: upper back, core, glutes, legs and calves


  • Start with your hands on your hips, back straight and your legs together (A).
  • Step back with your left leg, taking a large step so your front leg is at a 90 degree angle.
  • Hold at the bottom of the lunge for one second (B), and then step your back leg back in. 
  • Repeat on your right leg, making sure both knees hit a 90 degree angle and your front knee doesn't go over your toe.

2. The single leg glute bridge - 45 seconds
Works: core, lower back, glutes and hamstrings


  • Start by lying on your back, with your knees bent and your arms by your sides, palm facing down.
  • Squeeze your bottom and raise your hips, so your body is in a bridge position.
  • Hold for a second, then raise your right leg (A), keeping your thighs in line. Hold this position for 5 seconds before lowering it.
  • Repeat on your left leg (B).

3. The deadlift into bicep curl - 45 seconds
Works: hamstrings, glutes, lower back, abs, biceps and forearms


  • Hold a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing your legs (A). Hinge forward from the waist with a slight bend in your legs so your arms are hanging down towards the ground (B).
  • Lower until you feel a good strecth innyour hamstrings and glutes, then slowly return to standing. Pull your arms up and bent your elbows to perform a bicep curl, taking your hands to your shoulders.

4. The rotating plank - Repaeats 5 each arm
Works: back, obliques, abs and core


  • Hold a light dumbbell in each hand and hold yourself in a plank position while gripping your weights (A).
  • keeping your body in a straight form head to heels and your abs tight (no sagging), twist your body to one side and raise your upper arm straight up in the air(B).
  • hold this position for one second and lower, then repeat on the other side.


Tips:
Don't forget to cool down with a strecth to stop your muscles aching the next day


There you have it, 10 minute tone-up workouts to burn fat fast.
Try it at home.