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3/27/2013 5:25:07 PM
I have started yoga and journaling my fitness workouts. It helps me to see that I'm sticking to my goals.
i have a question i was wondering about with this article... i want to know if sleeping in through breakfast will hurt my metabolism, because it says don't skip meals but at the same time it says get shut eye so i want to know if what i'm doing is hurting my metabolism and if i should get up early and eat breakfast instead of sleeping in?
This is a really great summary of all the things we do without considering. I am a living example that many of these things will have big impacts. I have a decent metabolism, but even so senior clinical year saw me put on 20 pounds. I was working 6-7 days a week with 17 hour days not unheard of. I routinely got 3-5 hours of sleep and got called in at weird hours. I also would often have long stretches between meals. I pretty much lived your "don't"s :(
This is a great reminder of many things I've already read on SP. It's great to have them all listed like this for easy referral. I've often unknowingly sabotaged my own weight-loss efforts in the past without knowing it. Information is power. Thx.
Thanks for putting these tips all in one place! Just what I was looking for! Another couple tips I've picked up that are also supposed to help the metabolism:
Focus on eating protein, fiber, and water; and not eating a lot of sugar, starch, and alcohol. Don't lose weight too fast. A pound a week is a good amount, or even less.
2/21/2010 10:00:02 AM
Thank you for this information. It is a kick in the seat of my pants that I needed. I am guilty of skipping meals and being short on sleep most of the week. Then I fit the criteria of not getting some excersise in each day. i've got some work to do and now I have a pattern to establish.
I enjoyed this article and found it very helpful. I was impressed with Dean Anderson and how he took control of his life. I would like to know how I could go about receiving training to be a lifestyle and weight management consultant . I'm working on reaching my goal weight but I know that by educating myself in this area, I can improve my health. I'd like to take control and continue to make healthy choices in my own life and to help others. Thanks
11/11/2009 12:33:56 AM
This was a very helpful article and I saved it on my favorites....
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