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Old 09-09-2015, 12:45 PM
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I need help to loss weight. I am trying and trying but no success. I am losing hope.
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Old 09-10-2015, 11:26 AM
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If you measure the food that you eat every day and enter it in your fitday log, you'll have an idea of how many calories you are eating every day. Do this for a week or two so you can get an accurate picture of your caloric intake.

Then reduce that number by 200, to start. Log your food intake every day in your fitday food log and train yourself to eat that much less food every day. You choose the food - so choose wisely!

When you have the habit of logging your food in the fitday log every day, you can reduce the daily number by more. Just pay DAILY attention and you can see what is keeping you from losing weight.

This is simple (but not easy) and it takes time. It's the way you can control your weight after you reach your goal. It works anytime you have access to a food database (fitday) and if you're stuck somewhere without the internet, there are plenty of paperback books that contain all the foods and calories. For the cost of a paperback book and some pen and paper, you can do the same thing anywhere you go.

Fitday makes it easier. But it's up to you to stick to it!
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Old 09-11-2015, 10:57 AM
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If you measure the food that you eat every day and enter it in your fitday log, you'll have an idea of how many calories you are eating every day. Do this for a week or two so you can get an accurate picture of your caloric intake.

Then reduce that number by 200, to start. Log your food intake every day in your fitday food log and train yourself to eat that much less food every day. You choose the food - so choose wisely!

When you have the habit of logging your food in the fitday log every day, you can reduce the daily number by more. Just pay DAILY attention and you can see what is keeping you from losing weight.

This is simple (but not easy) and it takes time. It's the way you can control your weight after you reach your goal. It works anytime you have access to a food database (fitday) and if you're stuck somewhere without the internet, there are plenty of paperback books that contain all the foods and calories. For the cost of a paperback book and some pen and paper, you can do the same thing anywhere you go.

Fitday makes it easier. But it's up to you to stick to it!
Great input you have here! Thanx for the best advice. I don't think when I eat that is why I have no idea how much and how many calories I eaten.
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Once you get in the habit of appreciating how many calories you are eating, you are in control of half of the weight loss effort (the other half is making choices to reduce the number of calories)! Good luck!
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They are many program and tips for weight loss. cut Back on Sugars and Starches, Eat Protein, Fat and Vegetables, Reduce your appetite significantly, Make you lose weight fast, without being hungry, Improve your metabolic health at the same time.
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They are many program and tips for weight loss. Cut Back on Sugars and Starches, Eat Protein, Reduce your appetite significantly, Make you lose weight fast, without being hungry, improve your metabolic health at the same time. One of the best programs for weight loss is TheSilmCo.
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How to Maximize Your Workout?

Most people who work out tend to compromise on their nutrition because of the myths that surround eating “too much”. At the same time, eating “too less” will have a counterproductive effect and can in turn compromise on the effectiveness of your workout and also cause health complications. Effective workouts demand complete nutrition and the key to an effective workout is to strike a balance between exercise and nutrition. It is imperative that you understand that you have to give your body what it needs in order to attain a healthy lifestyle. With our jam-packed schedules, we jump into the gym right after long office hours, or we squeeze in some time at the fitness club in the morning before we head to work. Though exercising can give you an endorphin- high which will, in turn, make you feel better about yourself, you need to pay attention to the nutrition your body needs to reap the benefits of your hard work. Here are a few ways to maximize your workout in simple and effective ways.Recovery Time

Exercising is a vigorous activity that involves movement and a lot of energy. During this activity, our muscles tend to experience a tenderness while the muscles are going through a process called muscle tissue recovery wherein the muscle tries to cope with the exertion and stress of exercise by repairing and replacing fluids. It is vital that your body is given the rest that it needs. Over-exercising will only exert and drain your body, and your goal of a healthier mind-body is defeated.Nutrition and Fitness

If you are exercising just for general health and fitness, as opposed to intensive sport training, and if your goals are modest, your workout nutrition strategies are pretty simple. Your main goal will be to eat well and in quantities best suited for your body type a good 1 – 2 hours before the workout. Your main aim should be to eliminate any nutrient deficiencies that you may have and monitor your portions. Nutrient is one tool that you can use to enhance your workout experience and it has to be skillfully used in the right way and in the right situation. What you eat before the exercise plays a huge role in determining your performance and recovery.

If you are looking to build muscle, you should focus on your protein intake; this not only aids recovery but also pumps amino acid into your bloodstream and helps to build muscle. Protein shakes are a quick fix but you can opt for any protein-rich nutrient source that will fit your needs. Contrary to popular belief, carbohydrates are an excellent source of energy and can boost the effectiveness of your high-intensity training. It preserves muscle and liver glycogen while stimulating the release of insulin if combined with protein. Carbohydrates convince your body that you are well fed and in turn increases muscle retention and growth and if eaten with protein, it aids in protein synthesis and prevents protein breakdown. On the other hand, fat-rich sources slow the digestion process and help maintain blood glucose and insulin levels to ensure that you don’t feel faint while exercising. Additionally, they provide essential vitamins and minerals that are essential in our diet.Drink Up!

Don’t forget your fluids! They are an indispensable part of your exercise regimen. Water is the key to ensure that you don’t fall prey to dehydration. Fluid intake before, during and after your workout play a crucial role in ensuring that you are well-hydrated and aid the replenishment of fluids lost during exercises. If you plan on working out for more than an hour, it is suggested that you use a sports drink to help maintain your body’s electrolyte balance and energy.

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Few years ago i am crazy in road biking, 1-2 times riding session per week and 30-60 km riding distance per trip.
I lost around 7-8 kg (from 74 kg)

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