This eBook is packed with all the information you need for real understanding, the guidance you need to be successful, and easy-to-use 900 kcal, 1200 kcal and 1500 kcal meal plans you need to lose weight - with strong chapters on nutrition and exercise. Weight Lose for Women has a new BMI-based Height-Weight table as well as new tables you can use to predict and monitor your weight Loss for various diet calorie levels, to determine body-fat percentage, your maximum waist size and your optimum waist size for health, and much more. This is another sensible, easy-to-follow eBook you can trust from NoPaperPress. (Imperial a metric units, PhD author) TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN - What Should You Weigh? - BMI-Based Weight vs. Height - Body Fat Storage - Percent Body Fat - Measuring Percent Body Fat - Percent Body Fat Table - Waist to Hip Ratio - Maximum Waist Size - Optimum Waist Size 2. SLIMMING - Energy Conservation - Total Energy Requirements - Basal Metabolic Energy - Activity Energy - You Generate Heat When You Eat - The Slimming Program - When Does Weight Change Occur? - What About Counting Carbs? - Weight Watchersa Points? - The Best Slimming Diets - Simple Slimming Math - Weight Loss Prediction Tables - Selecting the Correct Table - Your Weight Loss Rate Could Decrease - Weight Variations Due to Water - The Dreaded Weight Loss Plateau - Slimming Maxims - Planning Weight Loss Eating - Set Meals a Easier Calorie Control - Pre-Planned Diets - Helpful Diet Strategies - Exchanging Foods - Simple is Better - Get Good Cookbook a Calorie Ref - Estimating Portion Sizes - How to Handle Overeating - Keep a Log of What You Eat - Handling Special Situations - Plot Your Weight Loss - Can You Target Weight Loss? - Losing Belly Fat - Last On First Off 3. WEIGHT MAINTENANCE - The Weight Maintenance Program - Why Do People Regain Weight? - Weight Control - Life-Long Struggle - Planning Maintenance Eating - Mini Diets Maintain Weight Loss - Keys to Life-Long Weight Control Appendix A: NUTRITION - Proteins Are Building Blocks - You Need Carbs - Glycemic Index - Glycemic Load - More Meaning - Cholesterol and Triglyceride - All about Fat - Vitamins and Minerals - Phytonutrients: From Plants - Guidelines for Healthy Eating - Basic Food Groups - Vitamin/Mineral Supplements - Become a Calorie Expert - Estimating Calories in a Meal - You Need Fiber - Water Everywhere - Use Salt Sparingly - Not Too Much Sugar - Common-Sense Nutrition - Eat Slowly Appendix B: EXERCISE - How Many Calories Do You Burn? - Types of Exercise - Select the Right Exercise - Aerobic Exercise: How Hard? - Target-Training Zone - Walking Program - Get a Pedometer - Jogging Program - Strength-Building Programs - More Strengthening Exercises - If You Miss a Workout - Risks and Possible Problems - Avoiding Injury - Keep an Exercise Log - Effective Low-Cost Exercising - Workout to Lose Weight a Be Healthy LIST OF TABLES - Table 1 Body Mass Index (BMI) - Table 2 Weight Profile vs. BMI - Table 3 BMI-Based Weight vs. Height - Table 4 Age-Adjusted Body Fat Percentage - Table 5 Approx Percent Body Fat - Table 6 Max Waist Size- Ages 20 to 40 - Table 7 Max Waist Size - Ages 41 to 60 - Table 8 Max Waist Size - Ages 61 to 80 - Table 9 Optimum Waist Size - Ages 20 to 40 - Table 10 Optimum Waist Size - Ages 41 to 60 - Table 11 Optimum Waist Size - Ages 61 to 80 - Table 12 Select Correct Weight Loss Table - Table 13 Portion of Table 16 - Table 14 Weight Loss - Inactive - 18 to 35 - Table 15 Weight Loss - Active - 18 to 35 - Table 16 Weight Loss - Inactive - 36 to 55 - Table 17 Weight Loss - Active - 36 to 55 - Table 18 Weight Loss - Inactive - 56 to 75 - Table 19 Weight Loss - Active - 56 to 75 - Table 20 Weight Loss Eating Plan - Table 21 900-kcal Menus - Table 22 1200-kcal Menus - Table 23 1500-kcal Menus - Table 24 Daily Food Log - Table 25 Weight Maintenance Calories - Table 26 Sample Maintenance Eating Plan - Table 27 Glycemic Rank of Common Foods - Table 28 Fats in Foods - Table 29 RDA for Selected Vitamins - Table 30 RDA for Selected Minerals - Table 32 Calorie Rank of Common Foods - Table 33 Calories Burned vs. Activity - Table 34 Walking Program - Table 35 Typical Exercise LogBefore we address solutions, leta#39;s examine the possible causes of a weight loss plateau. ... Next, calculate your all-important daily caloric deficit (maintenance calories minus your daily caloric intake). ... according to Table 14, on 1500 Calories, it would take a 25-year old, inactive female who weighs 10 stone (57.3 kg) 73anbsp;...
|Title||:||Weight Loss for Women - U.K. Edition|
|Author||:||Vincent Antonetti, PhD|
|Publisher||:||NoPaperPress LLC - 2013-12-12|