Loose Those Pounds - Anne Hathawaay


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This free ebook helps people to loose unwanted weight from their body.
A fantastic little ebook that shares with you 7 ways of loosing weight that you probably didn't even know existed.

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Loose Those Pounds - Anne Hathawaay

  1. 1. Loose Those PoUnds! Anne Hathawaay For your benefit we have also Introduced various links to Weight loss products as well as other sources to loose weight on every page. Be sure to check them out
  2. 2. Methods: The methods listed below are the ones that will help you loose weight at a fast rate but be sure to follow them well.  Water  Exercise  The Secret of the Plate  Have breakfast  Small but many  Satiate hunger with water  Be Happy So here we go..(pto)
  3. 3. Water Don’t roll your eyes! The potion for losing that excess body fat is all around you. It covers two thirds of the planet. If you eat right and exercise at the intensity, frequency and duration proper for you, but still can’t get rid of a little paunch here and there, you’re probably just not drinking enough water. No need to get defensive. You’re actually quite normal. Most people don’t drink enough water. Most people are also carrying around a few more pounds than they would be if they did drink enough water. If you can’t seem to get that weight off, try drowning your sorrows in nature’s magical weight-loss mineral. It works, and here’s why: “What on Earth is 'metabolism', anyway?” People use the term all the time, but ask them what it means and you’ll get all kinds of answers. Merriam Webster defines it as, “The process by which a substance is handled in the body.” A little vague, but that’s really all it means. There are many forms of metabolism going on in your body right now, but the one everyone is talking about it the metabolism of fat. This is actually something that the liver does when it converts stored fat to energy. The liver has other functions, but this is one of its main jobs. Unfortunately, another of the liver’s duties is to pick up the slack for the kidneys, which need plenty of water to work properly. If the kidneys are water-deprived, the liver has to do their work along with its own, lowering its total productivity. It then can’t metabolize fat as quickly or efficiently as it could when the kidneys were pulling their own weight. If you allow this to happen, not only are you being unfair to your liver, but you’re also setting yourself up to store fat. “I’ve tried it and I couldn’t stand it!” The problem is that, though many decide to increase their water intake, very few stick with it. It’s understandable. During the first few days of drinking more water than your body is accustomed to, you’re running to the bathroom constantly. This can be very discouraging, and it can certainly interfere with an otherwise normal day at work. It seems that the water is coming out just as fast as it’s going in, and many people decide that their new hydration habit is fruitless. Do take heed , though. What is really happening is that your body is flushing itself of the water it has been storing throughout all those years of “survival mode”. It takes a while, but this is a beautiful thing happening to you. As you continue to give your body all the water it could ask for, it gets rid of what it doesn’t need. It gets rid of the water it was holding onto in your ankles and your hips and thighs, maybe even around your belly. You are excreting much more than you realize. Your body figures it doesn’t need to save these stores anymore; it’s trusting that the water will keep coming, and if it does, eventually, the flushing (of both the body and the potty) will cease, allowing the human to return to a normal life. It’s true. This is called the “breakthrough point.” One recent finding, as irresponsible as it may be, that caffeine increases the body’s fat-burning potential has many people loading up on coffee before going to the gym. This finding may hold some degree of truth in it, but caffeine is, in essence, a diuretic, and diuretics dehydrate. Caffeine may increase the heart rate, causing a few more calories to be burned, but this is at the expense of the muscles, which need water to function properly. This isn’t doing your heart any favors, either. It’s already working hard enough during your workout. Never mix caffeine and exercise. In fact, your best bet is to stay away from caffeine all together. It’s a big bully that pushes your friend water out of your system. Water is the best beauty treatment. You’ve heard this since high school, and it’s true. Water will do wonders for your looks! It flushes out impurities in your skin, leaving you with a clear, glowing complexion. It also makes your skin look younger. Skin that is becoming saggy, either due to aging or weight loss, plumps up very nicely when the skin cells are hydrated. In addition, it improves muscle tone. You can lift weights until you’re blue in the face, but if your muscles are suffering from a drought, you won’t notice a pleasant difference in your appearance. Muscles that have all the water they need contract more easily, making your workout more effective, and you’ll look much nicer than if you had flabby muscles under sagging skin.
  4. 4. “Eight glasses a day? Are you kidding?!” It’s really not that much. Eight 8-ounce glasses amount to about two quarts of water. This is okay for the average person, but if you’re overweight, you should drink another eight ounces for every 25 pounds of excess weight you carry. You should also up this if you live in a hot climate or exercise very intensely. This water consumption should be spread out throughout the day. It’s not healthy at all to drink too much water at one time. Try to pick three or four times a day when you can have a big glass of water, and then sip in between. Don’t let yourself get thirsty. If you feel thirsty, you’re already becoming dehydrated. Drink when you’re not thirsty yet. Do you think water is yucky? Drinking other fluids will certainly help hydrate your body, but the extra calories, sugar, additives and whatever else aren’t what you need. Try a slice of lemon or lime in the glass, or if you really think you hate water, try a flavored water. Just make sure you read the labels. Remember that you’re going to be consuming a lot of this fluid. It’s probably a good idea to stop drinking water a good three hours before you go to bed. You know why. “How cold should it be?” This is debatable. Most experts lean toward cold water, because the stomach absorbs it more quickly. There is also some evidence that cold water might enhance fat burning. On the other hand, warmer water is easier to drink in large quantities, and you might drink more of it without even realizing it. Do whatever suits you, here. Just drink it! When you drink all the water you need, you will very quickly notice a decrease in your appetite, possibly even on the first day! If you're serious about becoming leaner and healthier, drinking water is an absolute must. If you're doing everything else right and still not seeing results, this might just what's missing. Special : Learn more about Dr.Frank.B.Smoot’s Godly ways of weight loss.
  5. 5. Exercise If someone told you right now what the absolute best way to get your weight down was, would you do it? You might when you read this. Drum roll, please! The best exercise to lose weight is: "the exercise you'll do," says Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PhD, a professor at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, La. The Beef on Strength Training In all cases, however, you'll burn more calories with cardio (aerobic) exercise than with strength or resistance training. " Strength itself will not lead to an appreciable amount of weight loss because it just doesn't burn enough calories," says Glenn Gaesser, PhD, FACSM, kinesiology professor and department head at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. But what about all that talk that more muscle mass equates to more calories burned, even when you're at rest? "It's a myth. It's not going to happen," says Gaesser. The only successful studies to show a significant calorie burn following a weight-lifting workout (afterburn) were done with serious lifters, working out for 60 to 90 minutes at a time and lifting as much as they could on every set. How Much Do I Need to Exercise for Weight Loss? Do the math: You need to burn 3,500 calories to lose a pound. So if you're burning 300 calories in one workout, it will take you nearly 12 workouts to lose one pound. If you cut your calorie intake by 300 calories in addition to burning 300, it will take you half as long to lose a pound. If you want to lose weight, shoot for at least 200 minutes (more than three hours) a week of moderate intensity exercise with everything else consistent, says Church. If you cut calories and exercise, he says, you can get away with a minimum dose of 150 minutes (2 1/2 hours) a week. If you're a beginner, says Gaesser, start with 50 minutes of exercise a week and work up to 200. "You didn't put on that 20 pounds in the last six months; you're not going to take it off in six months," says Church. "People don't want to hear about the patience aspect," he says. "They want instant gratification. But the cold, hard reality is if you want to lose weight and keep it off, it's work. No one loses weight and keeps it off without trying." Here are eight tips to help you adhere to a weight loss workout and meet your goals. Special:Learn how you can do a complete body Detox
  6. 6. The secret of the Plate You have probably heard that using a smaller plate may help you with portion control, but it's easy to shrug off that advice -- it just doesn't sound like it would really work. (No matter what dish you use, you would surely notice if you were eating more than usual right?) Think again. A study called "Ice Cream Illusions: Bowls, Spoons, and Self-Served Portions," makes the smaller-dish/eat-less theory definite food for thought: Even nutrition experts were prone to dish out more food when their bowls or serving utensils were oversized. Researchers at Cornell University hosted an ice cream social to which they invited faculty and staff and graduate students from the university'snutrition department. Participants were randomly given either a small bowl or a large one, and a small or large serving spoon. Each participant then spooned out some ice cream. As the participants filled out a survey asking how much they believed they had portioned out for themselves, the researchers weighed their bowls. The results? The participants using the larger bowl ate just over 30% more than those who used the smaller bowl. And despite the fact that they helped themselves to a significantly larger serving size, they didn't think they dished out any more than the others. Interestingly, the participants who used the large serving spoon got more ice cream, too -- around 15% more than the others -- even if they used the small bowl. Less surprisingly, those who were given both the large bowl and the large spoon ate a whopping 57% more ice cream than those with the smaller bowl and spoon. These results lead to researchers to identify the dishes and serving spoons as "consumption cues." The researchers advise that cues such as dish size are easy to alter. By using smaller dishes, we can easily avoid "accidentally" eating too many calories. "If you want to lose weight, use smaller china and flatware," Special:Start weight loss In 5 minutes
  7. 7. Have Breakfast EATING BREAKFAST HELPS WEIGHT LOSS If you are someone who thinks skipping breakfast will help you lose weight, think again! Studies show that eating breakfast helps weight loss and is associated with better weight control— especially a cereal breakfast. An ongoing study of people who have maintained weight loss of at least 30 pounds for more than a year shows that eating breakfast keeps people slimmer (National Weight Control Registry). Breakfast eaters tend to eat fewer calories, less saturated fat and cholesterol and have better overall nutritional status than breakfast skippers. A Nielsen's National Eating Trends Survey showed that women who ate cereal on a regular basis weighed about nine pounds less than those who ate cereal rarely or not at all, while men who ate breakfast weighed about six pounds less than men who didn't eat breakfast. What is the link between eating breakfast and weight loss? When you skip breakfast, your metabolic rate slows down and your blood sugar drops. As a result, you become hungry and have less energy. This sets you up to impulsively snack in the morning - often on high-fat sweets - or to eat extra servings or bigger portions at lunch or dinner. When you eat breakfast, your body feels nourished and satisfied, making you less likely to overeat the rest of the day. Eating breakfast every day may reduce the risk for obesity and insulin resistance syndrome - an early sign of developing diabetes - by as much as 35 to 50 percent, according to a study presented at a recent American Heart Association conference. Whole-grain cereal breakfast best choice for weight loss Breakfast choices are endless, although whole-grain cereals top the list as the best choice for weight control and improving health. A Harvard study found that participants who ate whole-grain cereal every day were 17 percent less likely to die over the next several years from any cause, and 20 percent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease, than those who "rarely or never" ate whole-grain cereals. Look for cereals that list whole grain or bran as their first ingredient and contain at least 2 grams of dietary fiber per serving. Bran cereal and oatmeal contain at least 7 grams per serving, or about 25 percent of the recommended daily intake. "No time for breakfast" is no excuse Time is at a premium for most of us. Nevertheless, it pays to make time for what may be the most important meal of the day. Try to choose foods from at least two or more food groups. Protein foods take longer to digest and will provide sustained energy and keep you feeling full longer. Here are quick, tasty and nutritious choices to get your day off to a good start:  Milk and whole-grain cereal  Instant oatmeal topped with raisins and milk  Whole-grain granola topped with fruit and yogurt  Peanut butter spread on whole-wheat toast or a bagel  Fruit smoothie made with yogurt  Cheese and whole-grain crackers  Do not overlook leftovers - a slice of pizza, leftover stir-fry or a bowl of soup zapped in the microwave can be tasty and tide you over to lunch Special:Know How much protein your body needs
  8. 8. Small but many How many meals a day do you eat? The reason I ask is that I’ve been slipping a bit with my eating habits. There was a scene in Fellowship Of The Ring where Pippin mourns the fact that Aragorn may not know about “second breakfast.” Some of my friends at work and I used to joke about having second breakfast. I started my day with a good-sized breakfast at 6:30, then about 9:30am, we headed back to the snack machine where I would down a 20-ounce soda and a bag of peanut M&M’s. If I was reallyhungry, I might go for a Snicker’s bar as well. For some reason, I’ve always been compelled to drink soda with chocolate. I know several people that eat 5-6 meals each day, but still complain that they can’t lose weight. The trick, of course, is to keep the calorie content of each meal at an average of 300-500 calories. Take, for instance, my habits before I started making better choices. My “snack” totaled up to 500-760 calories. Having two “snacks” a day could approach 1500-calories. That’s about 65-75% of what I consume these days. What a change! Not only is this type of schedule better for weight loss, but can also assist with managing a whole host of maladies. Most notable are those that include insulin regulation such as hypoglycemia and diabetes. There are those who suggest it better regulates metabolism. Not sure how much I believe that one, but I certainly don’t think it hurts. Special:Dr.Simeones Diet protocol
  9. 9. Satiate Hunger with water Yes, you heard me right,satiate hunger with water,sometimes when you think your hunger your actually not,your actually thirsty. I know It’s a bit of a hard thing to understand but the mind I sometimes confused about weather your hungry or your thirst. That’s why some people even If their thirsty gorge on a heavy snack unknowingly. Try to drink water and compensate water for food. This Is generally an extremely useful method to negate weight Issues. Do this constantly and you’ll be dine. However,If you think your really hungry you can have a light snack This Is a small and simple method but a very effective. Special:This Is really for people over 40,learn how you can be fit even If your over 40
  10. 10. Be Happy All across America people are struggling with obesity. There are countless groups of dieticians, scientists, and well-intended relatives who will claim they know the cause and cure of this unhealthy trend; it usually has something to do with diet and exercise. But if the answer to weight loss is so easy, if it's right there in front of us, how come the overweight population continues to climb? My answer: Happiness, or rather, the lack thereof. Happiness is generally something we all want. We strive for it. It may come in the form of money, love, or beauty. If we don't have happiness, we often fantasize about that one thing that we think will make us happy. Unfortunately, that kind of strategy seldom works. Gamblers fantasize about hitting that jackpot. Mistreated men and women fantasize about changing their cheating lovers' ways. And fat people fantasize There's nothing wrong with dreaming, but obsessing over one aspect of life leads to inevitable failure and here's why: Life has ups and downs; success and failure, wins and losses. If all you ever focus on is one ultimate goal, then everyday you are enduring a loss. The failure of having not yet met that goal. It's about morale. That’s It,make use of the weight loss methods provided In this book plus you can also make use of the special offers provided through this book and let me tell you this that all of the special offers provided In here are highly effective In the race to loose weight. Best of Luck, Anne Hathawaay