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Healthy Weight Loss Programs

healthy weight loss programs

    healthy weight
  • (healthy weights) Healthy weights focus on health, not appearance. The weight classification system currently in use in Canada is the Canadian Guidelines for Body Weight Classification in Adults.

  • Compared to overweight or obese, a body weight that is less likely to be linked with any weight-related health problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, or others. A body mass index (BMI) of 18.

  • Input (instructions for the automatic performance of a task) into a computer or other machine

  • arrange a program of or for; "program the 80th birthday party"

  • (program) plan: a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished; "they drew up a six-step plan"; "they discussed plans for a new bond issue"

  • Provide (a computer or other machine) with coded instructions for the automatic performance of a particular task

  • Cause (a person or animal) to behave in a predetermined way

  • (program) a system of projects or services intended to meet a public need; "he proposed an elaborate program of public works"; "working mothers rely on the day care program"

  • The fact or process of losing something or someone

  • An amount of money lost by a business or organization

  • The state or feeling of grief when deprived of someone or something of value

  • something that is lost; "the car was a total loss"; "loss of livestock left the rancher bankrupt"

  • gradual decline in amount or activity; "weight loss"; "a serious loss of business"

  • the act of losing someone or something; "everyone expected him to win so his loss was a shock"

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The Duke Diet: The World-Renowned Program for Healthy and Lasting Weight Loss

The Duke Diet: The World-Renowned Program for Healthy and Lasting Weight Loss

The Duke Diet & Fitness Center offers one of the most prestigious weight-loss programs in America. Duke’s comprehensive approach brings together the best available scientific evidence and is strengthened by more than thirty-five years of experience. The Duke program is also one of the most successful: Participants lose on average three pounds per week, and 80 percent of Duke participants surveyed one year after completing the program had maintained or improved their weight loss. Now, at last, program director Howard Eisenson, M.D., and behavioral health director Martin Binks, Ph.D., of the Duke Diet & Fitness Center, bring the Duke approach to everyone–with a plan that will help us all lose the weight, keep it off, and get healthy.

The Duke Diet takes a balanced and personalized approach to weight loss that covers nutrition, fitness, and behavioral strategies, all to help us overcome obstacles and achieve lasting success. Drs. Eisenson and Binks distill their methods–previously available only to those paying nearly $10,000 for a monthlong stay–that have made the Duke Diet & Fitness Center famous. They show us that slimming down is not just about finding new ways to eat and exercise but also involves learning new ways to think about food, fitness, and a healthy lifestyle. The Duke Diet is about losing weight–but it’s also about gaining health. The core of this life-changing diet is a four-week step-by-step program that allows you to

• choose from two delicious eating plans based on two different carb levels
• eat foods you love from six food groups, with portions balanced to help you lose excess body fat in a safe and lasting way
• select from daily menus and dozens of recipes from the Duke kitchens, including tips for modifying your favorite dishes so you can savor the tastes you love, even while you stick to your eating plan.
• make peace with exercise, formulate the right fitness plan for yourself, and get started!
• find your barriers to lasting weight loss and learn strategies to help you consistently make better choices for a healthier and happier life

Including a simple follow-up plan for continued success and lasting weight loss, The Duke Diet also features personal advice from Drs. Eisenson and Binks, commentary on health problems associated with excess weight, patient success stories, and frequently asked questions to keep you informed and inspired as you become slimmer, fitter, and–most important–healthier!

At last, here’s a book that will give you the tools you need to lose the weight and keep it off. The Duke Diet: Dieting done right.

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Day 82 - Favourite Things Part 2

Day 82 - Favourite Things Part 2

On my new healthy regime...the Nature Valley Fruit and Nut bar is my new favourite snack of choice.

It's certainly not melted cheese on toast...but it's still rather nice..and a whole lot healthier for me.

Multi purpose, as a mid afternoon snack..or a suppertime treat, usually accompanied by a steaming hot mug of strong tea, or just as a quick pick me up when the hunger pangs kick in.

It's become quite the little ally in my fight against cravings.... :-)

Healthy Weight Chart 1

Healthy Weight Chart 1

A healthy weight chart.Based on Body Mass Index. BMI. Left represents weight and the bottom height. Find your height and weight and determine your BMI. White is underweight, green is ideal, yellow overweight, and red is obese.

healthy weight loss programs

healthy weight loss programs

Thinking Skinny: Transform Any Healthy Weight-Loss Program Into Supercharged Success

2009 Midwest Book Awards finalist: No stomach surgery, no pills, and no kooky dieting. THINKING SKINNY by Nadia Giordana outlines an easy and effective methodology for boosting your weight loss results regardless of how much you plan to lose. The method involves using creative visualizations with a technique called "Focusing Forward" and a daily dialogue with God. Nadia says, "This is not a diet in the trendy sense of the word. There are plenty of hot new diet books on the market at any given time and they all work for a while. If you apply this technique to a sensible eating plan, I am confident you will lose more weight than you dared to dream and you will keep it off for the first time in your life." Exercise is not an absolutely necessary component of this program, but if you are able to be active, your results will be even better. For more information and/or for a link to get jacketed hardcover copies, go to Author Nadia Giordana went from weighing 215 pounds to 127, losing 88 pounds in a period of 14 months. To meet her goal, she used a combination of healthier eating, calorie reduction, creative focused visualizations, and a daily dialog with God as her primary tools. In her words, "If you can envision the body you want, you can embody that vision; and it isn't the individual diet you choose that matters most, it's the method you use with it."

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