Implement these 9 fat-burning tips that use exercise and diet and watch the body fat melt like the butter you're no longer using
The human body is a remarkably adaptable machine. Even if years and years of neglect have allowed pound after pound of fat to fill out your frame, you can rid yourself of that lard at a much faster rate than you brought it on board. In that sense, time is your side!
Take these nine easy-to-implement tips to heart, and progress will come in a hurry!
1. Stay Off The Scale
That you can gain muscle and lose fat is one of the reasons I stress to people not to follow the scale. Body composition and how you look in the mirror matters more than what the scale says.
You could train hard and eat right and build five pounds of muscle and lose five pounds of fat, and what will the scale say? That you still weigh the same.
Frustrating, even though you've made good progress. Use the scale as a guide, but how you look in the mirror, how you feel, and how your clothes fit are much better indicators of your progress.
2. Reduce Your Calories Gradually
If you're looking to lose fat, don't make huge calorie cuts. This will kick your body into starvation mode, reducing your metabolism and making it more difficult to burn off the fat.
To prevent this metabolic slowdown and allow your body to burn fat at an optimal rate, make smaller calorie reductions every week or two.
3. Vary Your Caloric Intake
This is another way to outsmart your body and continue to lose body fat without lowering your metabolism.
By varying your caloric intake every few days instead of eating the exact same amount of calories every day, keep the starvation mechanism in check and continue to burn fat.
Says Jim Stoppani, Ph.D:
"Although in today's society food tends to be accessible and abundant, our bodies are designed to store as much energy as possible to prepare for times of scarcity. One way the body does this is by adjusting its metabolic rate based on calorie intake.
If you stick with the same calories every single day while dieting, your body will adjust by lowering metabolic rate to prevent you from burning off too much body fat. It's all about hormones.
When leptin levels are high, your metabolic rate stays high; when leptin levels drop, so does your metabolic rate.
When calories are low and steady, leptin levels fall and so does metabolic rate. Eating higher calories on some days and lower calories on others helps to keep leptin levels up."
4. Train With Weights
Resistance training helps with fat loss in a number of ways. Weight training itself burns calories. Studies also show that, unlike aerobic exercise, weight training increases the calories you burn at rest for up to 39 hours after your workout.
Plus, the more muscle your body has, the more calories you burn each day.
Even if your goal is solely to lose body fat, you need to train with weights. This will help prevent any of the weight you lose from being muscle.
Were that to happen, your metabolism would slow, stalling your fat-loss efforts and turning you into a skinny-fat person.
Yes, even someone with anorexia can have a high body fat percentage.
5. Do High-Intensity Intervals (HIIT)
This means alternating a brief period of high-intensity exercise with brief rest periods.
The result: better results in less time.
One of my favorite interval methods is jumping rope. You may need to practice a bit on this one. After a brief warmup, I'll jump rope as fast as I can for 10-20 seconds, followed by a half a minute at a slower cadence.
Always warm up before intervals, by the way. If you're not in the best shape, start with cardio of low or moderate intensity. You might also want to check with your doctor.
6. Eat More Fat
Consuming enough of the good fats will help you lose fat, build muscle, and recover faster from your workouts. Healthy fats also have myriad health benefits, including being good for your heart.
So which fats are "good" fats? The polyunsaturated ones (especially omega-3s), such as those from fish and nuts, and the monounsaturated kind, such as those from peanut butter, olive oil, egg yolks, and fish oil.
7. Cut Carbs
The attention focused on low-carb diets has divided many people into "pro" and "anti" low-carb camps. Whichever side you're on, the bottom line is that reducing your carb intake—especially sugar and starches—when trying to lose fat will help.
Those carbs you do consume should come from sources such as oatmeal and vegetables.
The timing of your carb intake also affects fat-burning. "I recommend tapering down carbohydrates by 3 p.m.," saysTeam Bodybuilding.com member Ashley Johns, also known by the BodySpace handle Hottie-I-Am. "Consume most of your carbs in the morning and around your workouts."
8. Increase Your Protein
Increasing protein intake will increase your metabolism and help to maintain your muscle mass, all of which helps with fat-burning. In fact, your body burns more calories when you eat protein than when you digest either fats or carbs.
This may explain why the fat-burning effects of eating more protein were confirmed in a study published in the American Journal of Physiology. One group was fed a high-protein diet (just over 1 gram per pound of body weight per day) while the second group consumed an amount closer to the lower recommendation of the RDA (recommended dietary allowance). The group eating the higher-protein diet burned the most fat.
Yes, you read that right, Grasshopper: Many dieters actually gained muscle mass without working out, simply by eating a high-protein diet.
9. Eat 6 Smaller Meals Per Day, Not 2-3 Feasts
This will ensure that you supply your body with the nutrients necessary to build muscle and burn fat.
Bonus: Your resting metabolic rate increases. It will also prevent your body from kicking into "starvation" mode, which can happen when too much time elapses between meals.
If this happens, your body will start burning muscle for energy and increasing your body-fat stores, as well as slowing down your metabolism. This is the exact opposite of what you want to happen.
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Inflammation in the body gives two to three times increased risk of depression. It shows a large Danish study involving 73,000 Danes.
Inflammation, who because of illness or unhealthy lifestyles hiding somewhere in your home, damage not only the physical body.It can apparently also affect your state of mind by triggering a depression.Is inflammatory protein 'CRP' increased, the risk of developing depression following two to three times larger.It shows a new comprehensive study of a Danish research team consisting of scientists from Herlev Hospital and University of Copenhagen.
"The risk of inflammation increases by unhealthy lifestyles, obesity and chronic diseases.Our message to people is that one should avoid getting into a situation where you have an increased amount of inflammatory proteins in the body, "says the leader of the research project Borge Nordestgaard, a professor at Copenhagen University and consultant at Herlev Hospital.
The results have just been published in the renowned scientific journal Archives of General Psychiatry, is obtained after polled and analyzed information on a total of 73,000 residents' lives.
Scientists have mapped the number of participants who have had a hidden inflammation in the body using blood samples from the two population studies 'Herlev, Copenhagen City Heart Study' and 'Copenhagen City Heart Study'.Through blood samples have been measured participants' levels of CPR all the way back to 1991.
In addition, researchers have delved into the Danish person registers to follow all participants purchase of antidepressant medication at the pharmacy.The registers have also given researchers access to information on whether participants at any time during the period have been hospitalized because of depression.
Greater insights into depression
When the researchers subsequently compared who had inflammation against whom, who was suffering from depression, there was a clear correlation.
Persons with CPR levels above 3 mg / liter was approximately 21 percent of participants.They were more likely to have a strong stress response, an increased use of antidepressants and more hospitalizations for depression than participants with low CPR levels below 1 mg / l
"Our discovery gives us more knowledge about depression.It shows that there is an interaction between our body and our mind, and that disease in one system may compromise the other.And it's not really surprising when you think about.It provides a way, good sense, "said Borge Nordestgaard and whereas it is well known that overweight people because of the many kilograms does not function optimally physically, have a high CRP level.
The mechanism is still unknown
That there is a link between depression and inflammation is thus clear enough, but the underlying mechanism is still quite obscure.According to medical Marie Kim Wium-Andersen, who participated in the study as part of her PhD project at the University of Copenhagen, it seems that betændelsesmolekylerne affect some of the neurotransmitters and receptors in the brain that determines our state of mind and regulate our mood.
"We can not prove it conclusively," she says and stresses that in principle could be reversed-that is, it is the depression that triggers an inflammation.A third possibility could be that it is a basic disease in the body that trigger inflammation and depression.
The relationship has been previously observed in other studies, however, was so small to be completely reliable.The new study is the first to document the link with certainty.
"What is the underlying cause should be investigated further in future studies.The only thing we can say with certainty is that there is a relationship between the two states.To understand the disease biological cause is one of the most important steps to effectively prevent and treat the condition, "says Marie Kim Wium-Andersen.
Inflammation of the heart can trigger depression
Professor of Psychiatry Poul Videbech from Aarhus University Hospital, the new results very interesting.
"It's a really hot topic.Several studies from many research groups around the world suggests that inflammation is linked to depression.The inflammation affects obviously the formation of the neurotransmitter serotonin in the brain - a neurotransmitter that controls our moods, "says Poul Videbech.
In autoimmune diseases, such as.rheumatoid arthritis, depression occurs much more frequently than you might think.It could, according to Paul Videbech indicate that there is a connection.
His own research group is interested to examine the association between depression and heart disease.It has long been known that depression and heart disease are linked, and studies suggest that inflammation of the heart plays a role.It may be a missing link.
"It is dødintereressant if we can dampen inflammation using antidepressants called SSRIs.It may be that the arthritic drugs which reduce inflammation, may have an antidepressant effect.If you give it with antidepressants, so look both seem to work better.Inflammation is extremely interesting in terms of both heart disease and mental illness, "he concludes.
Translated from "Videnskab" a major Danish newspaper.
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If we eat anything, the bodies digest the protein, and this process makes waste products. In the kidneys, there are millions of tiny blood vessels (capillaries) and even tinier holes in them act as filters. As blood flows through the blood vessels, small molecules such as waste products squeeze through the holes.
These waste products become part of the urine. Useful substances, such as protein and red blood cells, are too big to pass through the holes in the filter and stay in the blood.
Diabetes can damage this system. High levels of blood sugar make the kidneys filter too much blood. All this extra work is hard on the filters. After many years, they start to leak and useful protein is lost in the urine. Having small amounts of protein in the urine is called microalbuminuria.
When kidney disease is diagnosed early, during microalbuminuria, several treatments may keep kidney disease from getting worse. Having larger amounts of protein in the urine is called macroalbuminuria. When kidney disease is caught later during macroalbuminuria, end-stage renal disease, or ESRD, usually follows.
In time, the stress of overwork causes the kidneys to lose their filtering ability. Waste products then start to build up in the blood. Finally, the kidneys fail. This failure, ESRD, is very serious. A person with ESRD needs to have a kidney transplant or to have the blood filtered by machine (dialysis).
Who Gets Kidney Disease?
Not everyone with diabetes develops kidney disease. Factors that can influence kidney disease development include genetics, blood sugar control, and blood pressure.
The better a person keeps diabetes and blood pressure under control, the lower the chance of getting kidney disease.
What are the Symptoms?
The kidneys work hard to make up for the failing capillaries so kidney disease produces no symptoms until almost all function is gone. Also, the symptoms of kidney disease are not specific. The first symptom of kidney disease is often fluid buildup. Other symptoms of kidney disease include loss of sleep, poor appetite, upset stomach, weakness, and difficulty concentrating.
It is vital to see a doctor regularly. The doctor can check blood pressure, urine (for protein), blood (for waste products), and organs for other complications of diabetes.
How Can I Prevent It?
Diabetic kidney disease can be prevented by keeping blood sugar in your target range. Research has shown that tight blood sugar control reduces the risk of microalbuminuria by one third. In people who already had microalbuminuria, the risk of progressing to macroalbuminuria was cut in half. Other studies have suggested that tight control can reverse microalbuminuria.
Important treatments for kidney disease are tight control of blood glucose and blood pressure. Blood pressure has a dramatic effect on the rate at which the disease progresses. Even a mild rise in blood pressure can quickly make kidney disease worsen. Four ways to lower your blood pressure are losing weight, eating less salt, avoiding alcohol and tobacco, and getting regular exercise.
When these methods fail, certain medicines may be able to lower blood pressure. There are several kinds of blood pressure drugs, however, not all are equally good for people with diabetes. Some raise blood sugar levels or mask some of the symptoms of low blood sugar. Doctors usually prefer people with diabetes to take blood pressure drugs called ACE inhibitors.
ACE inhibitors are recommended for most people with diabetes, high blood pressure and kidney disease. Recent studies suggest that ACE inhibitors, which include captopril and enalapril, slow kidney disease in addition to lowering blood pressure. In fact, these drugs are helpful even in people who do not have high blood pressure.
Another treatment some doctors use with macroalbuminuria is a low-protein diet. Protein seems to increase how hard the kidneys must work. A low-protein diet can decrease protein loss in the urine and increase protein levels in the blood. Never start a low-protein diet without talking to your health care team.
Once kidneys fail, dialysis is necessary. The person must choose whether to continue with dialysis or to get a kidney transplant. This choice should be made as a team effort. The team should include the doctor and diabetes educator, a nephrologist (kidney doctor), a kidney transplant surgeon, a social worker, and a psychologist.
Accidental poisoning by soap products can occur as a result of contact with household cleaning products that contain strong chemicals, such as simple soap and benzalkonium chloride. When these products are swallowed or inhaled they can be highly toxic, and even life-threatening.
What Causes Accidental Soap Poisoning?
People can be poisoned by soap or household cleaning products when they are exposed to them for a prolonged period. Often, people do not realize the strength of the products they are using. They may not open the windows for ventilation because they do not realize they are inhaling chemical fumes while cleaning. Children may accidentally poison themselves if they are left unsupervised and ingest or inhale the soap products.
Risk Factors: Adults vs. Children
Adults may experience accidental poisoning while cleaning at home or work. Poisoning can occur if you do not follow the instructions for proper product use during cleaning. However, children tend to be at a higher risk for accidental poisoning from soap or cleaning products because they are more likely to drink or eat these products without realizing that they are toxic.
Recognizing the Symptoms of Accidental Soap Poisoning
The symptoms of soap poisoning will depend on how the affected person was poisoned and how much contact they had with the soap products. If the soap or detergent has come into contact with your skin, you may have irritation, small holes, or even burns on top layer of skin. If you have inhaled fumes from soap products, you may have difficulty breathing or have swelling in your throat. This is very serious because difficulty breathing or swallowing can be life-threatening. If soap has come into contact with your eyes or throat, other complications can arise. If soap gets in your eyes, you may have loss of vision or difficulty focusing because the chemicals may be burning your eyes. If you swallowed the soap, there may be pain or swelling in your throat and on your lips and tongue. If you have been poisoned, you may have low blood pressure or your heart rate may drop rapidly. In serious situations, your heart could collapse from contact with the chemicals. Blood tests may reveal that the acid (pH) level of your blood has changed, which can damage your vital organs. This does not always occur with household soap products, but may happen with poisoning from commercial cleaning products. Effects on your gastrointestinal tract should also be monitored. If you have been poisoned, you may begin to vomit repeatedly and you may vomit blood. You may also experience abdominal pain or have blood in your stool. Depending on the product that you ingested, you may also have burns in your esophagus.
Treatment for Poisoning in an Emergency Situation
Treatment for soap poisoning will vary depending on how you have been exposed to the chemical products. In most cases, a doctor will begin by checking your vital signs, including your pulse, temperature, blood pressure, and breathing. If you know how much or what kind of exposure you have had to soap products, you should tell the medical team right away. Treatment for soap poisoning may include:
a breathing tube
removal of any burned skin
skin irrigation (washing the skin repeatedly)
a bronchoscopy (a camera put down your throat to check for burns in the lungs and airways)
an endoscopy (a camera put down your throat to check for burns in the esophagus and stomach)
Poisoning can be life-threatening; you must seek treatment immediately to help prevent severe complications, including brain damage and tissue death.
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8 ounces skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cut into 1-inch pieces
1/4 cup orange juice
1 teaspoon cornstarch
1 tablespoon reduced-sodium soy sauce
1 teaspoon honey
1/4 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
2 tablespoons cashews
2 tablespoons thinly sliced green onion (1)2/3 cup hot cooked brown rice
In a wok or large skillet heat 1 teaspoon of the oil over high heat. Add carrot and celery; stir-fry for 2 minutes. Add the remaining 1 teaspoon oil. Add chicken; stir-fry for 3 to 5 minutes more or until chicken is done.
In a small bowl whisk together orange juice and cornstarch. Add soy sauce, honey, and ginger, whisking until well mixed. Add soy sauce mixture to chicken mixture in wok. Cook and stir over medium heat until thickened. Cook for 1 minute more. Top with cashews and green onion. Serve over hot cooked brown rice.
Nutrition Facts Per Serving:
Servings Per Recipe: 2 PER SERVING: 336 cal., 12 g total fat (2 g sat. fat), 73 mg chol., 353 mg sodium, 28 g carb. (2 g fiber, 8 g sugars), 28 g pro.
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