Best fruit diet for weight loss
Superfoods build bones, prevent chronic diseases, improve your eyesight, and even keep your mind sharp. But did you know new evidence suggests these foods can also help you getand stayslim?
By Sarah Klein
So-called superfoods are nutritional powerhouses that help build bones, prevent chronic diseases, improve your eyesight, and even keep your mind sharp. But did you know new evidence suggests these foods can also help you getand stayslim?
Read on for the top superfoods for weight loss, and how to pack them into your daily diet!
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Juicing is great for health, but weight loss?2012-09-04 09:54:09 by type1racegirl
Honestly, juicing AND eating is not going to lead to weight loss... watch the type of people going into Jamba Juice for example - those smoothies are extremely caloric! if you want to replace meals with juices, it's a good way to cut calories while adding nutrients, but if you're thinking of supplementing your current diet with some juice, all you're going to do is GAIN weight.
my tips? stick with veggies, and sweeten with fruit. keep it simple and within the same colors. for example - beet, carrot and apple go very well together. so does apple, carrot, ginger... the more you add, the more you stray away from good taste
Weight loss/straight hair response!2005-01-12 19:15:39 by chicnyclady
Hi clumsygrace --
I actually have answers to both of your questions!
1. This is a sure fire method for quick weight loss (please, if someone intends to lecture me on health, safety, etc., please refrain and don't read on!...) that being said: go on a liquid diet for 2 days (plan these days so that you can mostly relax and lay low -- don't work out). In place of your 3 meals, drink 16 oz. of fruit/veg juice, i.e. tomato, cucumber melon, veggie, whatever you like (best to home blend it). In between, drink hot glasses of water with lemon, this aids with cleansing your system (and whetting your appetite)
First: figure 1-2# per week fat loss2010-06-14 09:20:32 by k-dingo
100# is a long-term project, something that will likely take you 1-2 years to complete. That said, you'll start looking and feeling far better well before you get there.
What's your current weight? This is useful for estimating your current caloric needs.
Best things you can do for fat loss:
- Fix your diet. Whole, unprocessed, natural foods. NO refined carbs: sugar, HFCS, white flour / rice / potatoes, fruit juice, sodas (regular or diet), and limited starchy vegetables. Get ample protein (meat, chicken, turkey, fish, legumes), healthy fats (especially Omega-3), and green/colored leafy vegetables
Fat loss is all about diet2012-10-02 13:24:50 by k-dingo
Some other useful starting points:What's your age, sex, weight, and height? Knowing these helps estimate your caloric needs, please provide them. Any health/injury issues?
You can't spot reduce. Sit-ups / ab exercises won't work off your gut preferentially.Your diet, strength training, HIIT cardio, and additional cardio, along with stress management, sleep, and lifestyle, are your main tools. Hierarchy of Fat Loss.
For diet generally, quantity, quality, and timing all matter. Quantity means total calories. Eat less to lose fat. Quality means what you're eating, both in terms of macronutrients (carbs, protein, and fat -- a 40/30/30 or 30/40/30 ratio is a good starting point), as well as how the food is grown and prepared