The salt is an element that should always be reduced not only for losing weight, but in any diet. The high sodium content contains in salt is harmful not only for hypertension, but also consuming too much salt can cause fluid retention, among other things. If you choose to include sea salt in your diet, Read more about Sea salt and table salt: Which is better for losing weight?[…]
The heat and sun of spring are present, and there increase extra pounds in summer and winter too. So if you want to lose weight there is different diets and methods that can help, such as a short and quick menu that allows you to slim down some kilos in no time. With this short Read more about Short and quick diet to lose weight[…]
It is known that swimming is one of the sports best suited for all types of people, because while exercising all your muscles, not a sport of impact. But does it helps to lose weight really? In this article you will see the comparison between aquatic exercise and sports “on earth”, to know exactly how Read more about Swimming for weight loss: does it really work?[…]
The watermelon is a fruit that has a great ability to remove retained fluid in the body, helping to detoxify, debug and also to lose weight. Its use can be really varied, rising in smoothies, juices or eating normally like any other summer fruit. Learn more about the properties of this ally beneficial for weight Read more about Secret tips to lose weight with watermelon[…]
It is a common phrase among doctors and nutritionists that it is hard not to lose weight, but maintained. And nothing more true since sustaining a healthy weight and optimal over time actually required a great effort. Fortunately, new technologies give us a hand, for example, we will review the application for iPhone and iPad Read more about WeightControl: Phone application for weight control[…]
When you burn calories, everyone knows that the way is to move. But how do you burn more calories? which burns more calories? Surely you do these questions to optimize the outcome of your effort and you may have heard more than a theory about it. Much is said about fasting training to burn more calories or do so at low temperatures. It is also said that high-intensity exercise in short sessions burn more calories than a lower-intensity prolonged training. While in contrast, states that just begin to burn calories and fat mobilization after 20 minutes of training. But … what do you think? what is there in all these theories?
That exercise releases hormones that promote fat burning is something that adds to the calories burned by physical activity.