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Monday, June 20, 2011

Small Things that Help Reduce Weight

Weight reduction program, not only succeed with hard exercise and strict diet. The little things that added to the routine of exercise and diet can help make a difference faster.

Excerpted from the Health, following a weight reduction strategies recommended by experts.
Measures small indeed, but the effect is big enough for your body. This will help you reduce your weight without strict diet.

Photographing Foods That Will Eat.
Many studies show that food record can help you lose weight up to 5 percent. Robert A. Carels, PhD, professor of the department of psychology at Bowling Green State University suggested to take pictures of food with a camera phone before and after eating.

Why is this effective? Make a food diary in a visual form is more effective to find out what and how much food is consumed. That way, you can control your intake of food per day.

Tripled Vitamin C Intake Before Exercise 
Consuming 500 milligrams of vitamin C regularly, can help you burn 30 percent more calories during exercise. It is noted that the research results published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

Eat 3 servings of foods rich in vitamin C such as oranges, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots and cherry tomatoes.

Sports Group
Invite your friends to exercise together. By Tim Lohman, a professor from the University of Arizona, as a group exercise can lose weight faster.

Expert sports and body composition is suggested to exercise together, at least once a week. Fellow during exercise to help you more enthusiasm and motivated to come to the gym regularly. "Sporting activity would be more fun when with people we know," said Lohman.

Fruit Consumption of Various Colors 
Meet your nutritional intake with various types of fruits and vegetables to prevent excessive calorie consumption. Try eating fruits and vegetables of various colors in a single day. You can mix the strawberries with breakfast cereal, eating an apple as a snack or a salad with lots of carrots, tomatoes and peppers for lunches.


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