Resolution: Eat Healthier
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Resolution: Eat Healthier
How Dehydrated Are You?
Water is a 70% of our organism. And by now I hope you understand that is the number #1 nutrient of our body and the #1 nutrient for permanent weight loss. Water is vital as when it comes to lose weight, water metabolizes fat into energy like no other nutrient.
Let me ask you a couple of questions:
- Are you drinking at least between 8-10 large glasses of water each day?
- Are you drinking too much coffee on a daily basis, let’s say between 2-3 cups a day?
- Do you feel most of the times like with no energy at all?
- Do you crave for a cup a coffee to boost your spirit up?
If you have answered yes to most of these questions is because you’re simply suffering from a dehydration
Now, let me give you a few tips on how to keep you hydrated and make water a consistent ally in your weight loss:
1. Make a habit of drinking at least 8-10 large glasses of water each day. Don’t fool yourself
2. Drink some water, not too cold, 5 minutes before you are going to drink your coffee-routine.
3. Drink water, but not immediately after you have your coffee ‘rituals’. This way you may minimize your ‘coffee-crash’.
4. Carry on with you all the time a water container and drink water on a regular basis while you are shopping,taking your kids to school, watching TV or preparing dinner.
5. Wait at least between one hour or two after meals to drink water. This is because water, specially in large amounts, can upset and delay your regular digestion process causing you to feel bloated and tired. Although some Doctors do not agree with this as they claim is not harmful in any way, people with low levels of hydrochloric acid in their digestion process may encounter upsetting symptoms as described before. Again, there is no or little scientific evidence in the common belief of drinking water with meals or after meals, can cause you trouble. For your own good, make yourself the test and decide what’s best for you.
6. Drink some water before meals. That will help you feel less hungry when you start to eat. And will make you eat less!
I hope these few tips will help you to lose weight and to keep your body hydrated. Your body will reward you for that. I hope you can enjoy these solutions for your permanent weight loss.
Yours in permanent weight loss,
Michael Lopez is an Internet Marketer, author and expert in Finance and Management fields. Michael found a lot of people need information and help to get solutions for their daily-life problems and challenges. That’s why he likes to help people. He’s the author of several blogs that leads people towards solutions for their already too complicated lives and need to find help, ideas, and tips ASAP.
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People have been claiming for decades that HCG has become the new treatment for obesity and weight loss by physicians around the world. What is the reasoning behind this? In combination with a very low calorie diet, HCG is believed to help safely speed up weight loss by slightly raising hormone levels in the body, such as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. This hormone boost not only will increase the body’s metabolism and promote weight loss, it will also target the stored fat and spare lean muscle mass. It is believed to protect your body’s good fat and muscle from depleting. That means you could go on a low calorie food plan and lose weight, and may not experience typical problems such as muscle loss and sagging skin.
The HCG diet is especially successful for women entering menopause that complain of the 30 extra pounds out of nowhere over the past 5 years , but interestingly…… they have never increased their caloric daily intake!!! This phenomenon is often referred to as the” menopausal 30 pound slump”. What is the reason for this, you ask? Declining hormones due to the aging process!!! Balanced hormones are what we experience in our 20’s and early 30’s where are bodies are like a machine. After the age of 35, our hormones start to decline, taking our metabolism right with it. Thus, weight gain and fatigue become a part of life, but it doesn’t have to be. Aging is optional. You can stop the aging process and stay lean by balancing your hormones, exercising regularly and eating healthy. Read more here—>>
Jay Cutler won the 2010 Mr. Olympia bodybuilding competition on Saturday, September 25. Cutler’s fourth win of the world’s most prestigious bodybuilding title.
The top 4, including Cutler, were Phil Heath, Branch Warren and Dexter Jackson. Competition was fierce, the contenstants were in top form. not to confused with the Chicago Bears quarterback of the same name, beat out Phil Heath, who came in second. Branch Warren and Dexter Jackson rounded out the top four at 2010 Mr. Olympia.
Little background on 37 year old Jay Cutler. A resident of Las Vegas, this is Cutlers second consecutive victory. Not surprisingly, Cutler works hard on his 5’9″, 270-pound physique. Consuming 6,500-calories a day, none of those calories come from red meat or chicken. Instead, Cutler eats five pounds of fish daily.
Here are full 2010 Mr. Olympia results.
Here is a complete list of Mr. Olympia winners dating back to 1965.
Andropause, the male equivalent of menopause is real, although more subtle than menopause. According to dictionary.com, andropause is: a gradual and highly variable decline in the production of androgenic hormones and especially testosterone in the human male together with its associated effects that is held to occur during and after middle age but is often difficult to discriminate from the effects of confounding factors (as chronic illness, stress, or medication use) that can depress testosterone levels called also male climacteric male menopause viropause
Symptoms: Pot belly, fatigue, depression, irritability, decreased sex drive, aches and pains
While estrogen levels in women decline abruptly after menopause, there is a gradual decline in androgens, the male sex hormones, starting in the late 40s to early 50s, along with a rise in SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin)- literally, antibodies to testosterone which limit the amount and effectiveness of this hormone as men age. As with the age-related decline of HGH, the loss of testosterone contributes to the familiar “pot belly”; and declining muscle tone in middle-aged men. The symptoms of the male menopause include a waning interest in sex, difficulty in having and maintaining an erection, and decreased sexual satisfaction, as well as fatigue, depression, irritability, aches and pains, and stiffness.
For more information on how to counteract the symptoms of andropuase, click here.