Tag: weight loss
The following infographic from unveils the reality of popular diet trends and health facts or myths that accompany each other. For example, did you know that scientists have not even identified the toxins that detox diets supposedly flush from our bodies? Or that eating after 8pm isn’t necessarily a cause of weight gain?
We all know the two big rules of weight loss: Eat right and exercise regularly. But along those lines there’s an overwhelming amount of advice out there that’s enough to make anyone run in the opposite direction. Sweet Sweat has combined the top ten weight loss tips in this infographic.
Post-Bariatric surgery is a serious decision, especially if the individual has already gone through bariatric or weight loss surgery. However, the benefits may out-weigh the risks. Patients who choose post-bariatric surgery after weight loss or bariatric surgery report not only an improved body image but also, improved balance of life, mobility, and self-confidence.
The reason most diets fail is that they take a “one size fits all” approach, which is still stuck in the dark ages. Research has found that your genetics, age, lifestyle, environment and health can impact how your body reacts to certain food combinations. And this explains how some diets work for some, and not for others.
Green coffee beans are the raw, unroasted seeds of Coffee fruits. According to new research from WebMD, “Ground green coffee beans, taken daily, seem to spur steady weight loss.” Because of this research and a recent episode of the Dr. Oz show devoted to the topic, green coffee beans are causing quite a buzz in the weight loss industry.
The Food Lovers Diet program is a simple and easy to follow diet plan that teaches you to how to lose weight without compromising much on lifestyle. This plan allows you to choose the right food which can make your body healthy and adjust diet according to it. Basic principle of Food Lovers Diet is to increase the metabolism rate and burn extra fat naturally.
This infographic by Nordbariatric.com looks into three major bariatric surgeries including Gastric Bypass Roux-en-Y, Gastric Band and Gastric Sleeve. It presents the in-depth analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of the surgery, providing answers to such questions as who is eligible for the weight loss surgery, how long does it take for the surgeon to perform the surgery and when a person is discharged from the hospital.
As you might have guessed, there isn’t a way to sit on your couch all day and end up looking like a bodybuilder. There are however some everyday things you can do that are good for your health. These are things that you would probably do anyhow, so you might as well feel good about how many calories you’re burning by doing them.
Waistlines and portions are expanding across America. An emphasis on getting more food for less money has caused restaurant and fast-food portions to grow over the last few decades. However the problem’s not limited to out-of-home portions. Grocery store, vending machine, and snack-sized offerings have been increasing steadily as well. This infographic from Massive Health takes a closer look at how portions have grown and how we can regain control.
With the refrigerator finally free of leftovers from the holiday, many Americans make the dreaded resolution to shed those pesky pounds they gained over the holidays. Vowing to be in better shape than the year before, some adults swear their fitness oaths loud and clear at local gyms. But what about those that don’t plan to get a new gym membership or renew an existing one? And how many actually stick to this popular resolution?
If you have not yet decided what your New Year’s resolution is going to be, take a look at this new infographic. You will notice statistics of people who have failed at weight loss goals like so many of us, but this year we don’t have to fall into any of those categories. The infographic also gives positive statistics regarding those who have succeeded and how they did it.