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Optimize Calorie Density to Maximize Your Weight Loss

Maximizing Weight Loss: An Inside to Calorie Density

We are frequently asked how to maximize weight loss. People’s questions usually center on why they’re not losing weight quickly, not losing more weight, or not losing weight at all. The answer lies in fine tuning calorie density to support weight loss.

Not Losing Weight?

You can safely lose 1-2% of excess weight per week via a negative calorie balance. To determine if you are in a negative calorie balance, weigh yourself once weekly. For accuracy, weight yourself in the morning upon waking, after using the restroom, and without clothing.

If you’re not losing weight, review the principles of calorie density to ensure you are applying them appropriately.

Read more on the principles of calorie density: A Common Sense Approach to Sound Nutrition (more…)

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Get in shape with HYPOXI and lose weight at the right places.

Lose that winter fat: Eleven reasons why HYPOXI is the right figure shaping method

Train Smarter – Not Harder!

Every year it’s the same: the New Year’s celebrations are barely behind you before you ask yourself how you can get rid of the unwelcomed extra pounds again. At last the good intention – to finally get the body shape you’re after – can really be put into practice this year. Happy are those, who straight away choose a figure shaping method that also works and is sustainable.

Eleven Reasons Why HYPOXI is the Right Method:

1: Targeted effect.

The classic problem areas are the stomach, legs and bum. Those who lose weight with exercise and dieting admittedly lose weight quickly, but often first in places where this is not at all wanted: in the face, on the upper arm or on the bust. With HYPOXI this is history – making it the best weight loss training in Hong Kong. (more…)

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Get Rid of Stubborn Fat Deposits

Get Rid of Stubborn Fat Deposits

These Mean Trouble Spots

We all have “trouble areas” on our bodies, areas we want to fix with diet and exercise to feel and appear more attractive. We all want weight loss! The issue seems to be those trouble spots that won’t seem to go no matter how hard we exercise and diet. Some hit their goal with their weight loss, but their trouble spots are still holding unsightly fat.

The places we hold stubborn fat are different for each person. For some people, it is their thighs and glutes that hold stubborn fat, while others hold it around their stomach and back area. No matter where you hold stubborn fat, white adipose tissue, science is showing there are ways beyond diet and exercise to help reduce stubborn fat. If you can improve blood circulation to the targeted area it can help with spot treating fatty areas.
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Get in control of your waistline!

Fight Harmful Abdominal Fat

What’s Harmful Abdominal Fat?

Whoever previously thought that a low Body Mass Index meant a “green light” with regard to body and health matters is mistaken. The latest results of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) show that fat distribution in particular as well as body weight is significant with regard to mortality risk. Even people with a low Body Mass Index but a large waist have an increased risk of metabolic disorders and cardiovascular diseases.

There is a simple formula: the greater the abdominal girth, the greater the health risks. Abdominal fat is not only an energy store but it also produces messenger substances which promote the development of chronic diseases. According to the EPIC study, mortality risk increases with increased accumulation of fat in the abdomen compared to the accumulation of fat on the hips and thighs. (more…)

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