The Truth About The Hospital Three Day Diet

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet | Posted on 12-11-2012-05-2008

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If you have tried your share of diets over the years then you know how difficult it can be to lose weight, and keep it off once you lose it. There are all kinds of diets out there, and some work better than others. What it really comes down to is how well a diet will work for you. If you are ready to see results then the hospital three day diet (it gets its name because it was reportedly developed by a hospital to help cardiac patients who had to lose weight prior to undergoing surgery) may be just the weight loss solution you have been looking for.

The hospital three day diet has recently seen a surge in popularity. This is most likely due to the claims that you can lose up to ten pounds in three days. While the best method of weight loss is to lose one to two pounds per week, losing several pounds right away can be a great way to get motivated from the start.

When you are doing the hospital three day diet you have to stick to plan exactly. Food swaps are not allowed, but it’s only for three days so it shouldn’t be a major problem. You will also have to drink a lot of water. While some versions of the hospital diet say it’s acceptable to drink diet soda in place of some of the water, it’s better to stick to water where water is recommended. Diet soft drinks may not contain calories, but they do contain ingredients that can interfere with how the hospital three day diet works.

There is a pre-planned menu for three meals per day. Then you stick to the plan for three days, then eat however you wish (within reason) once the plan is done. If you would like to lose more weight, then you can do the hospital three day diet again. However, you shouldn’t do it for more than three days in a row as you will only be taking in about 1,000 calories per day.

So, why does that matter? Why can’t you just eat 1,000 per day for the rest of your life and lose all the weight you want? Those are fair questions, but to be blunt, 1,000 calories isn’t enough. In fact, the World Health Organization says that you should get at least 1,200 per day. Anything less than that can cause serious health risks. Furthermore, taking in too few calories on a long term basis can actually lead to gaining weight. This is because the body will go into starvation mode and start storing more of the calories you take in, and it stores calories as fat.

The hospital three day diet has a very limited selection of foods, is very low calorie and shouldn’t be used too many days in a row. It can make somebody wonder whether it was really developed by a hospital or not. But what really matters is whether or not you lose weight, so it’s definitely worth trying.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Lose Weight With The Cottage Cheese Diet

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet | Posted on 11-11-2012-05-2008

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Over the years there have been many fad diets. For the sake of this article, a fad diet is any diet that uses a gimmick or focuses too much on one specific food or technique. By that definition, the cottage cheese diet would certainly seem to be a fad diet, but is it? Just so you know, there isn’t really a diet plan that uses cottage cheese as the only food you can eat.

Let’s face it, there would be no way anybody could stick to a diet like that. Imagine eating nothing but the same food for all of your meals and snacks. You would get so bored that you would soon go off such a diet and binge on all of the foods you were craving. Besides, it wouldn’t be very healthy and could cause more problems than it fixes.

That being said, cottage cheese is a pretty good food to eat when you are on a diet; especially when compared to other cheeses. It contains a lot of protein, making it ideal for people who are on a low carbohydrate diet. However, it contains less fat and fewer calories than other cheeses. That doesn’t mean it’s fat free, but there are some varieties that are lower in fat than others, so be sure to check the label before you buy some.

Some studies have shown that dairy foods can help you feel more full than other foods. That’s one of the reasons why the cottage cheese diet works for some people. However, you have to eat slowly so your stomach has enough time to signal your brain that you are full. If you shovel in spoonful after spoonful of cottage cheese without giving it much thought, then you will not lose weight. Eat it in reasonable amounts and slow down. It will help you feel more full and that means you will be likely to lower how many calories you take in during the rest of your meal.

Adding cottage cheese to your diet makes a lot of sense, and it can help. But at the same time, it’s not a magic food that will make you shed those extra pounds. In fact, there isn’t any magic food out there, so you need to take other steps if you are serious about wanting to lose weight.

Generally speaking, weight loss comes down to one thing: you have to burn more calories than you take in. That means you have to eat fewer calories, and burn more off. This means you will have to exercise. However, you don’t have to workout at a gym for four hours a day, or jog ten miles. Instead, just work on adding more activity to your day and do things you enjoy.

Taking a sensible approach to weight loss is what will give you the best chance of getting rid of those extra pounds, keeping them off. The cottage cheese diet may be just the thing you are looking for. Just be sure to approach your diet plan (whatever it is) with the right attitude and you’ll be down to your target weight in no time.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Does The Fat Smash Diet Plan Really Work

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet | Posted on 07-11-2012-05-2008

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“The Fat Smash Diet Plan” is a fairly popular diet book that was written by Ian Smith. The book took off in popularity at the same time Celebrity Fit Club was soaring in the television ratings. The Fat Smash Diet claims to be a 90 day program that doesn’t require you to count calories, and further promises that you won’t feel hungry while on the plan. Now that’s the kind of plan that most dieters are looking for!

That all sounds great, but what is the diet all about, and does it really work? Those are the questions that should be asked before you decide to start any diet program. Fortunately, the Fat Smash Diet Plan has all of the elements of a sound program. It doesn’t make a lot of outrageous claims that can’t be backed up. It’s also missing some of the elements that are so prevalent in fad diets, such as forbidding whole groups of food.

The basis of Smith’s approach is sensible eating and moderate exercise. On top of that, he strongly suggests people on the Fat Smash Diet Plan to get as much support from their friends and family as they can. This can help a lot if you normally struggle with weight loss. Plus, if you can get the support of the people who are close to you, they can encourage you and help you stick to your plan. This makes it that much easier to get rid of those extra pounds.

It’s all too common for a weight loss regimen to focus on just the food, or just the exercise, but you need to work on both if you want to lose weight. The first step of the Fat Smash Diet Plan is to detoxify your system. There isn’t any solid medical proof that this works, but it may help in some cases. If nothing else, it sends the signal to your subconscious that you are making a change for the better. This stage of the plan takes nine days. Some people experience mild side effects, so you may want to do it at a time when you aren’t too busy.

The full Fat Smash Diet Plan is comprised of four different stages. We mentioned the detox stage, here are the others:

Stage 2 starts adding new foods that were introduced during the detoxification process. These include shellfish, eggs, lean meat, and other foods high in protein.

Stage 3 adds carbohydrates in the form of wheat, pasta, bread and even some desserts (thank goodness).

Stage 4, the final stage lets you eat pizza and some other comfort foods.

Regardless of the stage, Fat Smash Diet Plan recommends that you eat smaller meals, more often, as opposed to eating three large meals during the day. This helps to keep your metabolism at a higher level, which leads to more calories burned, and that means more weight lost. Stick to the Fat Smash diet and you can be sure that you will like the results.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Cardio Workouts For Weight Loss – Simple And Enjoyable

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 17-10-2012-05-2008

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If you are interested in losing some of the extra pounds you have been carrying around then cardio workouts for weight loss are just what you need to help you achieve your goals. Let us be honest for a moment, shall we? Most people don’t like to engage in exercise. However, the combination of regular exercise and healthy eating is the best way to lose weight. You should be aware that your cardio workouts need to be done on a consistent basis. Therefore, if you are able to find exercises you enjoy, you will have an easier time sticking with your weight loss plan.

That raises the question of what the best way is of making a workable weight loss and cardio workout plan that fits in with your lifestyle. Here are some things to consider as you develop your plan:

1. Time. I understand that you are very busy, but everybody is busy. Perhaps you feel that you don’t even have a spare minute to spend on exercising. If so, then I have a question. How much time do you spend watching television or mindlessly surfing the internet? Would you be willing to give up 15 to 30 minutes a day, most days of the week, if it meant you would lose weight and feel better than ever before?

2. Ability. You are reading this, so I will assume you want to know about weight loss. In turn, it’s probably a safe assumption that you are not in peak physical condition. When you first start doing cardio workouts, select exercises that are within your level of ability. It’s okay to push yourself to some extent, but you don’t want to injure yourself either. Be sure to check with your personal doctor before starting a new eating plan or exercise regimen. They will most likely be thrilled that you want to be healthier, but they can also alert you to any underlying medical problems you have, and how best to deal with them.

3. Enjoyment. Generally speaking, exercise doesn’t sound all that enjoyable to most people. They only think of it as work, but it doesn’t have to be if you select activities that you enjoy. It stands to reason that the more you look forward to your exercise, the more likely you will be to stick with it. Here is a short list of some of the best exercises for cardio workouts for weight loss.

Handball
Running
Swimming
Cross-country skiing
Walking
Rock climbing
Aerobics
Boxing
Elliptical trainers
Bicycling

You should now have a good idea of what type of exercises you will be doing and when you will do them, but that’s only part of the picture. You also need to have an end goal in mind. If you don’t, you won’t know when you get there, and it will be easier to get discouraged when you don’t see results right away.

Doing cardio workouts for weight loss is one of the best ways to take of extra pounds. Now that you have a better idea of how best to do it, it’s up to you to follow through. You’ll be glad you did.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Foods To Eat To Lose Weight – Make A Difference

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet | Posted on 16-10-2012-05-2008

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Have you been trying to find information on what foods to eat to lose weight? I think I can help you out. There are whole categories of foods available to help you lose weight.

Lean meats like chicken and turkey, fish, whole grains like oatmeal or cereal, fresh fruits and lots of fresh vegetables are the key to losing weight. The chicken, turkey, and fish give you the protein you need, the whole grains give you the fiber and the fresh fruits and vegetable give you the rest of the vitamins and nutrients you need for healthy living.

Processed foods are loaded with bad carbohydrates and should be avoided at all costs. Sugar and anything sweetened with sugar should be avoided also. Basically anything white, white sugar, white flour, white rice should not be included in your healthy diet plan.

How many of us would rather have a meal of steak and baked potato than a just a measly old salad? Yeah, me too. But there are many ways to dress up your salad. Go ahead and cook that steak but, instead of eating it with that baked potato, slice it up and put about three ounces on your salad. You can do the same thing with a chicken breast or a small can of tuna.

Do not worry, you will not have to eat salads for the rest of your life. There are so many foods to eat to lose weight you will not get bored with the same old thing all the time.

I know for most of us portion control can be a real problem. To get around this check what the serving size is on the package and eat only what is recommended. measure it out so you know you are doing it right and stop with the one serving, don’t go back for seconds.

When you go out to eat the portions they serve you are absolutely huge. Do not eat all the food they bring you! Only eat 1/3 to 1/2 of what they serve you and take the rest home. Skip the bread and dessert. If you find you cannot skip the dessert then ask your dinner companion would like to split a dessert with you. That one little move saves you half the calories. Awesome, now you’re getting it.

If you are overweight and change your habits to making sure you eat only the recommended portion sizes you can lose a good 25 pounds in 6 months. I know this because I have done it myself. I just decided one day that I was eating too much at one sitting and started cutting my portions in half and the weight came off almost without my knowing it. It was incredible.

If you make sure that every meal has a serving of lean meat, vegetables and a whole grain with a side of fruit, or have the fruit for dessert, you should have no problems when it comes to knowing what foods to eat to lose weight.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Fast Diets When You Want To Lose Weight Fast

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 01-10-2012-05-2008

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There are any number of “fast diets” out there for when you want to lose weight fast, but as you’ve probably already learned, most (if not all) of them are unhealthy and possibly even dangerous. Further, when you lose a few pounds using them (instead of a healthy, moderately paced weight loss plan) you almost always tend to put the weight back on. There’s nothing “long term” about a fast weight loss diet. These type diets aren’t meant to be used for long-haul fat loss maintenance. They are simply “quick fixes” intended for those who only need to lose a few pounds.

This is why you will often hear these types of diets referred to as “fad diets.” A few examples of fad diets are: the Cabbage Soup diet, the 3-Day diet, the 7-Day diet, the Grapefruit diet, the Atkins diet, and there are many, many more. None of these, however, are meant to be used long-term for losing weight. In fact, continuing either of them could produce serious health problems later on, like: dehydration and loss of muscle. There are more possible risks, but this article isn’t about scaring anyone. Instead, we’ll talk about when using a “fast diet” can be okay.

Before we get to it, however, let me say that using fast diets to lose weight fast should be undertaken for short-term quick weight loss only under the guidance of a qualified physician – of which I am not. Always consult with your doctor first. Now, with that said, the only time a fast diet might be okay is when you’ve got less than ten pounds to lose (preferably no more than 5 to 7 pounds) – and you’ll be going back to a nutritionally sound, healthy diet and exercise plan immediately after losing the weight.

Here are some tips for staying healthy while dieting:

1. Drink lots of water. There are no calories in water, and your body needs plenty of fluids to properly burn off fat anyway, so you’ll agree this kinda makes sense.

2. Drink an 8 ounce glass of water before you eat. You’ll feel full faster, and won’t want to eat as much food.

3. Use a small plate and eat slowly. You’ll feel full faster and won’t eat as much.

4. Be active. Inactivity doesn’t help burn fat or calories, so get up off the couch and go outside for a walk, or jog. It doesn’t take a lot of stressful exercise to burn extra calories, but activity is required.

A final bit of advice before you go: remember that fast diets are not meant to be used for a long time. It’s better to eat right and exercise than put yourself in a position of wanting or needing to lose weight fast. If you need to lose three pounds before prom, or your brother’s niece’s wedding, maybe. But for long term weight loss (if you plan to keep off the weight you lose) fast weight loss diets are too stressful on the body to keep up – and may seriously jeopardize your health.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Really Easy Weight Loss

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Fitness | Posted on 12-09-2012-05-2008

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You know, it may not be fair that society and advertises perpetuate an unreasonable ideal for what people should look like. Nobody’s perfect. On the other hand, there is also a point when it’s a good idea to lose weight. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be healthy, or to look your best. Losing weight isn’t always easy, but what follows will make it much, much easier. Nothing complicated, just stuff that actually works.

Building muscle burns calories even when you’re at rest. Wait! While that may be true, the calorie-burning effect of extra muscle tends to be exaggerated. The one thing that is not in dispute is that muscle does burn more calories, pound for pound, than fat does. The only question is how much, but in the battle of the bulging waistline we’ll use every trick in the book.

Write a plan to lose weight. Even if you’re writing down somebody else’s plan. The sheer act of writing it down increases the odds of your success. What foods will you be adding or reducing? What new habits will you encourage? What about exercise? There are no right or wrong answers, you know yourself better than anybody, so only you can make the best plan for you. The more specific your plan, the better.

Be ready for the inevitable roadblocks and setbacks. Yeah, I’m human, too. There will be times when you veer from your plan. It may be a moment of weakness, or it could be due to an unforeseen circumstance. The trick is to not let it get to you. All too often we make one slip and use that as an excuse for letting our plan slide for the day. Don’t let that happen. Forgive and forget and get back to your plan.

Make the better choice. This ranks right up there as an easy way to lose weight. For example, let’s say you are buying a bag of potato chips (yes, you can eat chips), compare it to another bag and see which has the fewest calories. Or, even better, compare the chips to another snack food, or something from the produce department. You always have a choice. How much weight loss you experience will correspond directly to how good your exercise and food choices are.

Perhaps you noticed that we actually said you can eat potato chips earlier. Yes! Chips. It’s silly to think you will really be able to swear off the foods you truly love for the rest of your life (barring serious health reasons for doing so). So, instead of fighting it, you’re going to control it. How? By eating smaller portions of the foods that do the most damage to your waistline.

None of the things we just covered are complicated. Start incorporating them into your daily routine now. The best part is that you can keep eating all of the foods you love if you’re willing to build a little extra muscle, have a plan, be prepared, make better choices and keep portions in check.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

–Nigel

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Motivational Tips For Losing Weight

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 21-08-2012-05-2008

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If you have been attempting to lose weight for a while, you know how difficult it can be to maintain motivation. Motivation is extremely important to continued consistent weight loss. Without keeping your weight loss motivation, it will almost be impossible to reach your fat loss goal; be it 10 pounds or a 100 pounds.

If your positive attitude has been lagging behind lately, try these motivational tips:

Use Inspirational Quotes – Find a moving quote or inspiring phrase. Choose something that inspires you and guides you towards healthy lifestyle choices. Print it up on nice paper and post it on your refrigerator. Be sure that it is something that will motivate you each time you reach for a snack. This will enable you to choose healthy options, and keep your weight loss goals at the front of your mind.

Keep a Journal – Keep a journal from the day you begin your weight loss program. This will help you to see progress each day. Write about your feelings towards weight loss, your motivational goals, and any setbacks or plateaus that you are experiencing. Once you reach your goal weight, you’ll be pleased to look back at how far you’ve come.

Plan for Busy Days – The first step off the weight loss wagon often occurs when life gets busy. Plan for distractions and busy days. Keep work out videos at home for those days when you just don’t make it to the gym.

Keep pre-prepared meals or frozen diet dinners handy for days when you don’t have time to cook. Remember, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail! Stay on track with preparation for days when life gets in the way.

Mix Up Your Weight Loss – Constantly doing the same exercises and eating the same food can get old. Take the time to develop several exercise routines to avoid boredom. Add a new vegetable, fruit, or salad dressing to your normal diet rut. These small changes can make a world of difference.

There is no doubt it can be difficult to maintain motivation throughout your weight loss program. Take the time to mix up routines and add inspiration to your daily life. Focus on your goals, and your reasons for wanting to lose weight in the first place.

Envision a slimmer, healthier you, and keep striving to reach your goal weight. If motivation becomes an issue, try some of the above tips to get you going again.

Here’s to a healthier you!

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–Nigel

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How To Lose Your Belly Fat

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Diet, Fitness | Posted on 20-08-2012-05-2008

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Many people struggle with stubborn belly fat. It can be difficult to figure out how to lose your belly fat; doing so takes time and effort. There is no easy solution – belly fat must be removed one pound at a time through exercise and diet.  There are three components to losing your belly fat: aerobic exercise, reduced calorie intake, and abdominal exercises. Combine these components for an effective weight loss plan by following these steps.

To begin to lose your belly fat, you should adjust your diet.  High fat, high calorie foods are a thing of the past. Take the time to clean out your cabinets and refrigerator – remove any of these types of foods from your home. If you keep them around, you’ll eat them. Consult your doctor or fitness trainer to determine an appropriate amount of calories for weight loss, and stick to this program. This reduced calorie diet will help prevent new belly fat from building up.

Next, you need to begin an aerobic exercise program. Find a heart -pumping exercise that you enjoy, and incorporate it on a daily basis. You can do different activities each day if you are easily bored. Be sure, however, to exercise for at least 30 minutes per day. Your body burns energy from sugar for the first 10-15 minutes that you exercise. Only after that does it begin burning the fat around your middle. The more cardio you do, the more fat you will burn; it’s a simple equation.

After you have begun to lose your belly fat, you’ll want to begin a series of abdominal exercises. These exercises will strengthen your muscles and lead to a lean, toned look. You can do these before you lose the fat, but you won’t see any real results until you’ve lost the necessary weight. Six pack abs do you no good if they’re buried under excess layers of fat!

If you dislike the way your body looks, you now know how to lose your belly fat. Take the time today to begin to work towards better health. Consult your doctor and develop a diet plan that works for you. Begin to incorporate aerobic exercise into your daily schedule. As you lose weight, add in some abdominal exercises. You’ll soon have a physique you can be proud of, and you’ll be able to kiss your belly fat goodbye!

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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Fitting Weight Loss Into Your Work Week

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Information | Posted on 03-08-2012-05-2008

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Losing weight can be difficult if you hold a full or part time job. Finding the time to exercise, as well as to eat properly, can be stressful. For working weight loss success, you must make time for yourself as much of a priority as possible.

Use these tips to fit weight loss into your busy work week:

Schedule Time for Working Out:

Make an appointment in your calendar, and stick to it. You’re meeting with your most important client, after all – yourself. If you struggle with being consistent, make an appointment at the gym with a trainer, or work out with a friend. This gives you a real deadline, and helps you to stick to your goal.

Plan Your Meals:

Take time once a week to plan your meals and snacks. Choose snacks that are both healthy and easy to pack. Pack your lunch instead of eating out for better control of your calorie intake. Fast food calories add up quickly, so if you must eat out choose a salad or grilled sandwich.

Cook Ahead:

Make time once a week, or even once a month, to cook large batches of food in advance. Brown ground turkey, chop lettuce and veggies for salads and snacks, grill chicken breast. Any preparation that you can do ahead of time will save you hours in the kitchen later in the week.

Exercise at Work: Many companies are beginning to offer fitness clubs on campus as an employee perk. If yours does, be sure to take advantage. If you’re not so lucky, take time to walk on your lunch break. Getting up and moving around will also help you to avoid that afternoon slump.

Keep an Exercise Video for Backup: We all have those super stressful days where there’s simply no time to squeeze in a trip to the gym. Keep an exercise tape or two that you enjoy at home – some are as short as 15 minutes. This will allow you to squeeze in your exercise before or after work, without setting foot outside your door.

Fitting weight loss into your work week can be accomplished with a bit of prior planning. Take the time to plan ways to reach your fitness goals this week. You’ll find that you’re more productive and feel better, because you’re doing something for yourself. After all, you will still be living in your body long after retirement – make sure it’s a healthy one!

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and we’ll get back to you. Thanks for reading.

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