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Test Your Weight-Loss I.Q.

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4/19/2015 8:40:27 PM

MCLAZZYME1966's SparkPage
wow this video was excellent.. just what my fitbit has me doing every day.. so I am actually on the right track.. and I did know a few of the answers to questions.. this journey has been a real eye opener.. thanks spark for all the support..


4/19/2015 4:08:18 AM

WOW! I thought I knew but obviously I have a lot to learn. I agree with the comment about exercise. That is really a lot.


3/7/2015 5:19:54 PM

SHADOZA's SparkPage
Calories in versus Calories out works just fine for me.

I do not cut out carbs as I need my brain to function normally

I do not cut out fat, sugar, and salt because food has no taste without at least one of those.

I also disagree that low-fat causes one to reach for more food. I eat foods that are naturally low-fat or no-fat and I do not feel a need to eat more afterwards.


10/12/2014 10:45:58 PM

This seems a little outdated. When was it made?


10/1/2014 1:24:22 PM

I feel pretty good about getting the 60-90 in a day. I don't park "at the door" when I shop, and I make trips up and down the steps with laundry, etc. I also walk 4 times a week, about an hour at a time.


9/12/2014 9:23:05 AM

NENATO2's SparkPage
For maintenance, keeping a good balance of healthy foods AND exercise has to be a part. There is no way I would have the energy I have without my body getting sufficient exercise at least 5-6 days a week. I really need this. It is a mood booster for sure! It is attainable. Park further from my destination, take stairs to different floors for bathroom breaks, get up move around, etc. It really works!


8/6/2014 5:59:58 PM

60-90 minutes is grossly unrealistic for the average adult. I work 10 to 12 hour days and commute over 2hrs per day. If I am going to have enough time to sleep and do all of my daily domestic duties, doing that much exercise is crazy. Exercise for weight loss isn't all that effective anyway. Exercising for health maintenance is a better approach. 30 minutes is doable. Telling people they need to work out 90 minutes per day is bound to turn some off of exercising. 80% of weight management happens in the kitchen.


7/15/2014 8:54:15 AM

Very informative, thank you. 60-90 minutes exercise a day in small increments will be my focus.


4/16/2014 10:56:33 AM

Very informative. Don't know if I agree 100% with all the information.


4/13/2014 7:36:24 PM

CATSCORNER990's SparkPage
Learned a few things in this video, very informative.


3/6/2014 1:53:57 PM

good video thank you


3/1/2014 7:44:58 PM

I have learned a lot. I love this video :-)


2/26/2014 5:58:01 AM

BOPPY_'s SparkPage
Low fat or sugar foods can help you to lose weight, if you track calories. It's how I lost 120 ponds and have kept it off.

Low fat and carb foods without tracking doesn't work because nothing works without tracking.

If you're overweight you are bad at ambiently keeping track of your calorie inputs BY DEFINITION.



2/17/2014 2:31:30 PM

TUBLADY's SparkPage
Got all but exercise. I exercise usually 90 to 120 minutes a day. But most articles tell you it's OK for just 30 minutes a day. So learned that the more the better.
I'm doing pretty good, still in my goal range, over two and half years.


2/15/2014 9:48:55 PM

I enjoyed the video very much. I am a diabetic and have gone to 2 courses and still learn stuff about food. Enjoyed thank you

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