Month: September 2011

The Best Way To Fire Up Your Metabolism, Burn Fat Fast and Developing Lasting Health

The Best Way To Fire Up Your Metabolism, Burn Fat Fast and Developing Lasting Health By Rob Poulos, Fat Loss & Fitness Expert & Creator of ‘Fat Burning Furnace‘ Ask ten people what type of exercise they should be doing to burn fat and fire up their metabolism and they?ll all probably tell you the same thing.? They?ll tell you that you need to do 30-40 minutes of moderately-paced aerobic exercise on a treadmill, elliptical machine, stair climber, etc. for 3-5 times per week. They?ll probably also tell you that more is better?4 times per week would be better than 3, and 5 times per week would be even better.?People will tell you this because that?s been and continues to be the mainstream recommendation for fat burning by many fitness professionals.? Get in a certain target heart rate and stay at that heart rate for 30 minutes or so, several times per week.? I am here to tell you there is a better way. Sure, you?ll burn some calories while you?re running to nowhere on a treadmill, but you won?t make a complete physique transformation with this type of exercise alone. In fact, this type of exercise can actually be counterproductive to burning fat.? Here are just a couple of reasons: Long duration, lower intensity aerobics calls upon your stored body fat for energy during the sessions.? While this...

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How Liquid Calories May Be Making You Fat… Even Your Favorite Protein Drinks!

How Liquid Calories May Be Making You Fat… ?Even Your Favorite Protein Drinks!?   At least 7 scientific studies have provided strong evidence that energy containing beverages (i.e., ?liquid calories?) do not properly activate the satiety mechanisms in the body and brain and do not satisfy the appetite as well as food in solid form. Epidemiological research also supports a positive association between calorie-containing beverage consumption and increased body weight or body mass index. New research now suggests that soda may not be the only culprit? The primary source of liquid calories in the United States Diet is carbohydrate, namely soda. Now running a close second are specialty and dessert coffees. Did you know that a 16 ounce Frappucino can contain 500 calories or even more! That?s one-third of a typical female?s daily calorie intake while on a fat loss program.     A recent study at Purdue University published in the International Journal of Obesity set out to learn even more about this bodyfat – liquid calories relationship. Researchers compared solid and beverage forms of foods composed primarily of carbohydrate, fat or protein in order to document the independent effect of food form in foods with different dominant macronutrient sources. Based on previous research, some experts have recommended targeting specific beverages as being ?worse? than others. High fructose corn syrup and soda has been singled out the most...

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Men’s Health: Top Seven Foods for Healthy Men’s Diet

Men’s Health: Top Seven Foods for Healthy Men’s Diet With today?s fast pace hustles and bustles, modern men must eat right to enjoy and appreciate life more. In achieving this, our team of researcher is bringing to all men the top seven foods that form healthy men?s diet to stay well and in good physical shape for a fuller life. Healthy Men’s Diet: Top Seven Foods Salmon Salmon is rich with Vitamin D and Omega 3 fatty acid and is excellent for healthy men?s diet. These elements protectmen?s health by lowering the risks of prostate cancer and improving immune system. It also helps to control cholesterol levels in blood which include normalizing blood circulation and cardiovascular system general functions. Vitamin D can protect from type 2 diabetes while Omega 3 fatty acids lowers blood fat and provide relief to arthritis pains. Oysters Oysters have long been considered as a powerful aphrodisiac. Oysters, mussels and lobsters soft tissues have high content of proteins and micro-elements necessary for men?s health. In addition, oysters have large amounts of zinc, an important micro-element and antioxidant, which could prevent prostate cancer. Broccoli This miraculous green vegetable can help controls the level of homocycteine and lower the risks of having a heart disease, stroke and other heart-related problems harmful to men?s health. Broccoli anti-cancer property is effective in preventing prostate and colon cancer. If you...

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