Most people don’t associate chilling out with losing fat. In fact, it is often the opposite as the frustration of losing fat is anything but relaxing, and isn’t that the purpose of chilling?
What motivates you to workout: personal trainers, workout partners, listening to music on your iPod, or are you inspired by the body type of your favorite athlete, celebrity, bodybuilder or fitness model? Whatever it takes to encourage you to stick to a sensible diet and exercise program, it’s crucial to stay driven and strict with this routine for the lifelong benefit of your health.
Just as scientists and the public were inaccurate in regarding all dietary fat as “fat,” so, too have they been in regarding the different forms of body fat as “fat.” When scientists, dietitians and clinicians looked past their entrenched bias, they discovered that some forms of dietary fat are more readily burned versus being stored, specific fatty acids act as hormone precursors and still others offer health benefits that remain to be fully understood.
After years of delving through the literature and scrutinizing countless articles on fat reduction and thermogenesis, Advanced Molecular Labs (AML) has selectively incorporated several ingredients into the cutting-edge product Thermo Heat™ that is going to transform the capacity for fat loss by vigorously increasing fatty acid oxidation and energy expenditure.
Summer is just around the corner – which means a lot of people are dieting in gyms around the country. Unfortunately, many will fall short of their goals of a chiseled body and six-pack abs. The good news? That doesn’t have to be you. Check out the list of five common dieting mistakes and learn how to avoid them.
Exercise, cutting calories, and losing fat are difficult, so you want the most from your weight-control program. A study from the University of Munich in Germany showed that meal timing, dietary composition, and exercise influenced post-exercise fat metabolism.
Obesity causes serious changes in hormones controlling blood sugar, fat deposition, appetite and metabolic rate. It is not entirely clear whether hormone changes cause obesity or the other way around.
As a personal trainer, I can honestly say that this question is probably the most frequent question I am asked. The reason behind it is that everyone at some point of his/her life will want to lose fat.
People consuming more than 21 sugar-free drinks per week were 90 percent more likely to be overweight and 100 percent more likely to be obese.
Is excessive calorie intake the real culprit? Or, does the obesity problem lie in what we are eating as opposed to how many calories we are consuming?