Nutrition

A variety of articles about weight loss nutrition
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Supplement your Program with Healthy Snacks For Diet

Many have reported that the judicious use of healthy snacks for diet is a good strategy for fighting hunger and losing weight. Any diet program hoping to be successful must deal with the aspect of hunger. One of the most difficult features of staying on a diet is the issue of hunger. Certainly diets can be difficult and hunger can make it more difficult, but the fact is that hunger is not necessary. A well designed weight loss program will include snacks which will prevent between meal hunger and craving.

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Drinking Alcohol On A Diet Is No Longer A Weight Loss Crime.

The word diet for many of us implies deprivation of things we enjoy. Chocolate, carbs, candies, alcohol, the list goes on. Hang on, let's rewind here. While drinking alcohol on a diet may have been frowned upon in the past, an Indiana winery has released a wine sure to thrill all dieters who enjoy a tipple.

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An Easy To Follow Food Guide For Weight Loss

No matter how many weights you lift or how much cardio or aerobic exercises you perform on a daily basis, you’re not going to see significant improvement until you put together a meal plan that promotes weight loss, which is why I’ve put together this easy to follow food guide for weight loss.

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Drinking Water To Lose Weight - How And Why It Works

Counter-intuitive as it seems, one of the best fitness strategies out there – not to mention one of the cheapest – is drinking water to lose weight. Lots of it. Water is one of the heaviest non-metallic substances on the planet, and though we’ve all heard that we need to gulp down at least eight tall glasses of the stuff every day, nobody does this right before a weigh-in. But the truth is, if we’re trying to lose a few pounds, we need that much water, and more.

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A Successful Weight Loss Meal Plan: You Plan To Fail, If You Fail To Plan

As a rule of thumb, you lose weight when you consume fewer calories than you expend. You can do this in two ways; reduce your calorie “input” or / and increase your calorie “output”. Making and implementing a suitable weight loss meal plan can help reduce your calorie “input”. Likewise, increasing your calorie output can be achieved by increasing your physical activity or adopting some good exercise plan.

 

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