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Lipitrex works in harmony with your body's natural fat-burning processes; helping you lose those unwanted pounds! by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm The all-natural way to feel good about your body once again Safe weight loss with proven, time-tested ingredients No adverse side effects, like shakiness or nausea Curb your appetite while inhibiting fat absorption Have you been longing to improve your self-image? Maybe you want to shed those few stubborn and unwanted pounds? Would ... Read on »
Body fat chart troubles by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 22 May 2012 10:20am I don’t get it.  On Saturday I weighed myself…194.  Then on Sunday I was 193.  Yesterday I stepped on the scale and clocked in at a solid 199.  What happened?  Did I suddenly pick up 6 pounds of body fat?  How is it that my weight can fluctuate by 6 pounds in a single day?  The most troubling part of it all is that my BMI puts me in ... Read on »
Body Fat Calipers | Fitness and Exercise Gadget Reviews by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 3:40pm When It Comes to Measuring Body Fat, Forget The Fancy Electronic Scales and Instead Reach for The Body Fat Calipers In my mind, there is no single piece of fitness, bodybuilding or health equipment that more useful than a good pair of body fat calipers. Yes, they are made out of plastic. Yes, they take a little bit of practice to get right ... Read on »
March Madness: 53 Fat Loss Tips For Women! by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 4:27pm     Philip McCluskey from www.LovingRaw.com Tip 1 -Keep it simple. The more food we combine together in one meal, generally, the more calories we pack on.  Also, the body operates the best on breaking down a small handful of ingredients, rather than processed foods, which may contain 30+. Tip 2 - Find Your Exercise. So many people sk ... Read on »
Weight Loss Tip: Body Fat Checks by Chris .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 08 Oct 2012 12:00pm You will likely find conflicting views on how often to weigh in. A study by the University of Minnesota found daily weigh-ins best to ensure accountability. I question these findings. Your weight fluctuates often. Women are well aware of this at certain times of the month. Rather than encouraging weight loss , I’d wonder if it won’t disc ... Read on »
Body Fat Loss - How To Achieve? by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 25 Dec 2008 2:06pm In body fat loss measurements, the term “body fat” refers to the percentage of body mass that is only fat. The amount of body fat that’s acceptable for women is unhealthy for men. For example, a 30 year old woman with 22% body fat is considered fit. However, a 30 year old man with 22% body fat is considered unhealthy. That shows that based on the ... Read on »
My New Body Fat Gadget by Pam Tremble Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:20pm A few weeks ago I bought the Omron Body Fat Analyzer.  It wason saleand I couldn't resist a cool gadget.   By knowing my actual body fat percentage, I have a more scientific basis to gage my progress in weight loss and also a new way to establish a goal weight.  You know me... I like my facts based in science.   Using the BMI scale ... Read on »
Single-digit body fat, ALREADY?! - Workout Recap (March 22-29, 2009) by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:53pm You can follow my weekly recaps right here every Sunday, but you can follow me every day as I post daily updates of my journey from GeekLand to FreakVille at Geek2Freak.com. Current Stats and Measurements (March 29, 2009) Height - 6'3" Weight - 190.2 lb. Bodyfat - 9.63% (Skinfolds in mm - Chest:6, Abs:16, Thigh:12) Biceps - 1 ... Read on »
Lose Fat Weight, Not Muscle Weight! by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:31pm Burning more calories every day will help you reach your fitness goals sooner. Body composition is the key to physical fitness. Stated another way, how much lean muscle mass does your body have in relation to fat mass. One major fitness goal should always be to decrease fat mass to an acceptable level . Building muscle while simultaneously ... Read on »
Is Diet or Exercise More Effective For Fat Loss and Muscle Tone? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 5:27pm So when it comes to losing unwanted body fat, is diet or exercise more important? If you were to ask me 20 years ago, I would have told you that exercise was the key to a sexy body. While exercise is important, I think the real key to burning body fat and looking great is the result of a clean diet. If people ate properly, there would be many mor ... Read on »