Ever search for a rainbow and how can that help you lose weight?
They are a beautiful part of nature to see and that may be one of the reasons that you can use that part of nature to help you with your weight goals.
Losing weight when you do the right things make a whole world of difference to your success.
When you have a plate of food and it all looks the same color, you have made your first mistake because, you should always have a healthy mix of food and color is one of the easy ways you can use to make better choices.
If you look at a plate of food and it is all brown with no color, there’s a good chance that you don’t have vegetables on it. If you have a plate of food and it’s all bright red and green or yellow, then it’s a good chance you don’t have any meat (providing protein) on it.
When you eat, you should have a full range of the rainbow colors on your plate to insure that you are getting the necessary nutrients that your body requires. You want to provide your body with a healthy mix.
You need protein, carbohydrates and good fats in your diet. This will provide your body with the tools it needs to take care of you.
The U.S.D.A. United States Department of Agriculture recommends that approximately
50% of your calories should come from carbohydrates
30% from fats
20% from protein sources.
What adds to that rainbow of colors is fruits and vegetables and you should try to at least include four to five helpings per day.
Do not forget the Fiber (Fiber makes you feel fuller and sooner than any other foods) it stays longer in your stomach, slows down your digestion rate and cuts down your food consumption by keeping you feeling fuller for a longer period of time.
When your diet is right and you throw in a little exercise that consists of strength training your body will eventually tone up and keep you on the right track of being fit.
Excess weight is never good for you, and if left unchecked, excess weight could cause all types of physical problems topped with emotional issues.
So start to eat right, learn about calories, and incorporate a little exercise into your daily routine.
You will be glad you did!
Follow the U.S.D.A. advice on the percentage of fats, carbs and protein to include in your daily diet plans.
Make sure you eat a healthy dose of fruits and vegetables.
Make your plate colorful to insure a right mix of food.
Exercise daily (even if you only do 30 minutes a day) it will help the pounds come off.
Make sure you eat your fiber.
Stay Healthy and Stay Fit
BONUS Tips Concerning Muscle
It doesn’t matter which muscle someone is asking about, they always seem to be asking how to ‘isolate’ it. My first response to this question is always – “Why in the world would you want to isolate it?”
First, realize that our bodies are designed to perform physical activity in bursts of exertion followed by recovery, or stop-and-go movement instead of steady state movement
It is common to hear fitness professionals and medical doctors prescribe low to moderate intensity aerobic training (cardio) to people who are trying to prevent heart disease or lose weight
When you attempt to ‘isolate’ muscles by performing single-joint exercises, you are actually creating a body that is non-functional and will be more prone to injury.
There are many ways that you can strategically modify your training variables to assure that you maximize your fat loss and/or muscle building response to exercise.
A great full body workout that stresses the muscles and joints in a much different way than most resistance training.
Healthy dietary fats are essential for optimal hormone production and balance within the body and are therefore essential for the muscle building and fat burning processes.
The cocoa bean is a very concentrated source of antioxidants and responsible for part of the health benefit of dark chocolate.
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