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What is your Metabolic Rate? It is important... by Robinsgothealth Posted Thu 21 Jan 2010 6:34am I am back from the ski trip that I took to Breckenridge! Wow do I have a lot of catching up to do. From all of the questions I have had over the past week regarding the mid-section, I have decided to dedicate the rest of my post for this month on just that... our core and how to get it looking and feeling strong and beautiful like Jessice ... Read on »
Metabolism Matters by Brittany Posted Fri 03 Dec 2010 9:18am I get a lot of questions about what it is that I do for a living.  Well I am finally ready to talk about it because I think it is such an important topic.  For the past couple years I’ve been doing nutritional counseling/ health coaching.  Can I first say how excited I am to be able to work in a field I love? I am not a RD, but I contracted wit ... Read on »
Weight Training Burns More Fat Than Cardio by The Healthy Boy Posted Wed 05 May 2010 12:00am So you have decided that you want to lose some weight. You have replaced those twinkies with celery and carrot sticks, take a different route so you don't bypass your neighborhood Burger King on the way home from work, and have your ipod set to the repeat of "eye of the tiger" to try and give you the motivation you need when you realize you have ... Read on »
Skip Dieting – Increase Metabolism To Lose Weight by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jan 2014 7:00pm In a new video and article from Health Nutrition News they detail how dieting actually slows down the weight loss process and what steps to take to increase basal metabolic rate. In Health Nutrition News’ newest article and video the experts talk about dieters’ daily metabolic rate, the impact it has on daily caloric burn, and how dieting ... Read on »
Boost Your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) by Marta M. Posted Wed 10 Oct 2012 8:00am Women blame their metabolism for how easily they pack the pounds compared to men. Certainly, men’s metabolism is faster than theirs due to having more muscle mass and less fat. However, when looking at the basal metabolic rate (BMR)—the calories your body consumes at rest to keep up with vital functions—the difference between sexes can be less ... Read on »
Your Basal Metabolic Rate And Weight Gain by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 05 Feb 2011 3:19pm How does your basal metabolic rate figure into your weight gain? Your metabolic rate and your nutrition are the biggest determining factors in whether you will gain or lose weight. You can increase your metabolic rate with proper training and nutrition. Here is a question asked by a client: Client Q: What is my basal metabolic rate (B ... Read on »
Fitness By The Numbers: Part I by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 28 Aug 2008 4:18am Losing weight is all about creating a calorie deficit. There are approximately 3,500 calories in 1 pound. If you generate a 3,500 calorie deficit by eating less, exercising more or a combination of both, you will lose 1 pound of body weight. With that said, before you can start strategizing a game plan in regards to where to set your dai ... Read on »
How Many Calories Should I Eat To Lose Weight? | Ask The Fitness Nerd by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Dec 2008 8:53am Looking to lose weight, but not sure how many calories you should eat to achieve your goal? It’s actually not that hard if you know what to do. Dear Fitness Nerd, My New Year’s Resolution this year is to lose some weight. Not a lot — about 10-15 lbs. I don’t want to try diet pills or any thing like that. I’d prefer to do it by getting my d ... Read on »
Metabolism Is As Metabolism Does by WisdomThatHeals Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm The Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the rate at which energy is released from food when an individual is awake but resting. As food is broken down by each chemical process of digestion, heat is released. This heat is what allows our bodies to remain at a comfortable temperature in order to keep us alive. The BMR is different for everyone and wi ... Read on »
Metabolism Is As Metabolism Does by WisdomThatHeals Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:07pm The Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the rate at which energy is released from food when an individual is awake but resting. As food is broken down by each chemical process of digestion, heat is released. This heat is what allows our bodies to remain at a comfortable temperature in order to keep us alive. [...] Read on »