I was going to try it but then I did research on it and found that it can cause anal leakage! so ya that was a deal breaker fo me and I decided that I didn't want anything to do with something that causes anal leakage!
Determine how many calories your body requires per day to maintain your existing weight by calculating your resting metabolic rate (RMR). Find a calculator online or use the following equation (called the Mifflin-St Jeor equation):
#Calculate how many calories you need to consume per day to gain weight. Add at least 500 calories per day to your daily requirement. If you need 2300 calories a day to maintain your current weight, strive to consume 2800 calories daily . If you engage in any physical activity, add more calories to account for the calories burned through physical activity. For instance, a 130 lb. person who does 30 minutes of vigorous weight training burns approximately 180 calories. On that day, he or she should consume 500 + 180 calories in addition to the daily requirement calculated in the previous step.
#Change your eating habits. Aim for three large meals and 2-3 hefty snacks per day. Drink shakes, milk, or juice instead of water, coffee, tea, or diet soda. Focus on the following foods:
* Breads - hearty and dense (whole wheat, oat bran, pumpernickel, rye) are more nutritious than white bread; cut thick slices and spread generously with peanut butter, jam, honey, hummus, or cream cheese.
* Vegetables - look for starchy vegetables (potatoes, peas, corns, carrots, winter squash, beets) versus watery vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, green beans, cucumbers).
* Fruit - choose dense fruit (bananas, pears, apples, pineapple, dried fruit) over watery fruit (oranges, peaches, plums, berries, watermelon).
* Soups - Go for hearty cream soups instead of broth-based soups. If you have trouble with edema or high blood pressure you may want to avoid all store-bought soup.
* Added oils - in cooking, add a generous amount of oil. The healthiest oils are unrefined (extra virgin) oils such as olive, coconut, canola, palm, and of course butter. The less healthy but still acceptable sources of oil are those high in omega-6 fatty acids (pro-inflammatory) such as safflower, sunflower, and peanut oils. The unhealthy oils are those containing trans fat such as shortening, and the antinutrient-rich soybean oil (aka vegetable oil).
* Spreads! - Spreading delicious calorie-rich toppings on toast, crackers, pita, and any other carbohydrate source is an excellent way to increase caloric intake. Some good high-calorie spreads are guacamole, olive oil, cream cheese, hummus, butter, nut butters, sour cream, cheese slices, mayonnaise. Even better is to mix these with shredded meats like chicken or fish.
#Avoid unhealthy, high-calorie foods. Most important is to avoid trans fats, which increase your risk for disease. Foods that are high in trans fats are: pastry products, cakes, cookies, processed meats, margarine, shortening, and packaged snack foods.
#Weight train. This will not only help convert the additional calories into muscle rather than fat, but it will also stimulate your appetite. The added muscle will increase your metabolism, so you'll need to consume more calories per day to maintain that weight. During the first month of weight training, you may experience tremendous gains if you are faithful to your schedule. However, also expect this to level off after this initiatory period (This is known in the bodybuilding world as a plateau). You overcome this by re-evaluating your weight and muscle mass, while altering your diet to include more food and heavier weights.
#Eat more protein. Protein is essential for body function to build and repair muscle tissue. If you don't consume enough protein from raw foods or protein supplements then gaining weight and building muscle will be unachievable. Those looking to gain weight should consume at least 1 gram of quality protein per pound of body weight.
#Add nuts to your diet. Nuts are a very convenient and a healthy snack so carry containers of nuts with you to snack on throughout the days.
#Try a nutritional supplement powder specifically for the purpose of gaining weight. Carefully research this to find one that you like and that it will conveniently suit your lifestyle.
This has happened to me. I've taken a few tests and they said negative. Next thing you know I have two kids.
1. Do you have insurance? Go to your OBGYN and they will check for you. Very private. They will also help you with your next step(s).
2. No insurance? Do another home test, READ directions first.
Tests expire and if you don't use them right, who knows. I really think your best bet is to see a OBGYN. I don't want to alarm you, but there also could be other problems if you're not pregnant.
Yes, I can tell you other things such as weight gain or loss, stress, poor diet, etc. will mess up your period. However I think talking to a doctor is the best bet.
Always lift heavy
# if you want to look more muscular you should lose fat under skin.
# start doing mild cardio twice or thrice a week
# cut back on your carbs in the late evenings and non active hours
# Add some good whey supplement to your normal diet regime.
there is no set on the stone rule for cutting buddy.. All you need to do is analyze how you respond and push further.
Workout hard and diet even harder to see results faster...
i used to get that alot, i know what your talking about...
its probably because your blood sugar is low( which can make you feel dizzy or even cause you to black out and faint if its really low)...make sure to eat a bit more and the feeling should go away
First, I have to say that diet pills are bad for you, and they dont work in the long run.
But to actually answer your question, yes, mixing the two is a bad idea. It can cause an overload on your heart. If you notice sharp pains in your chest, this is why.
It's like that one drug (cant remember what it's called, but they use it to make meth). The doctor sometimes prescribes a high dose of it. If you drink caffein on it, you could have a heart attack.
I have been through it all and know what's it about. The main thing is to stick in there. You can't be an addict to food and never exercise if you want to live a healthy life and keep the weight off. I've worked out, done every diet, and all types of classes.
Nothing works, besides dedication and intelligence towards the subject of losing weight.
First, depending on how much weight you need to lose, your diet is the first concern. You can't eat 10,000 calories a day and expect the weight to come off, even if you are exercising a lot. Which brings us to the next thing. Duh, Exercising...
This is a must especially if you need to a lot of weight. Get at least 30 mins of some good hardcore exercising. Do some cardio, in the long run, it's good for the heart.
However, I find the most hardest part of losing weight/keeping it off, in my diet. It's so hard to keep your fingers out of the cookie jar or those chocolate goodies. I've found a great addition to help any one out, it's a natural weight loss supplement called Proactol. Now don't get all crazy on me and say diet pills don't work. That is true, but not in this case. This one isn't meant to burn pounds while you sit on the couch. It's an appetite suppressant, along with being a fat binder. I saved money on the pills at theweightlossplace.com along with getting some good info. It basically makes those fingers not go towards the cookie jar. For me it's the best pill I've tried and I've tried cupboards full. Now this doesn't mean you have to follow my foot steps but I've successfully lost roughly 70 pounds and keeping it off til this day.
Well good luck and remember what I said, Dedicate.
The success rate of diet pills is very low.
Apple cider vinegar every day will speed up your metabolism and that helps with weight loss.
Well I just bought the pills off of ebay. I have not received them yet but I will be glad to let you know if it works for me or not. After all it only takes 72 hours. Keep in touch. If not then I will still post up if it works or not.
I can relate because I had this problem as well. I had trouble controlling how much I ate. I got bored with exercise and never stuck it out. I also bought the diet pill Alli but I didn't stick to it either. So I started taking baby steps. Instead of counting your failures, count your success, even the small ones.
The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step-Lao Tzu
So take baby steps. Did you eat salad that day instead of another piece of candy? Count it as a success. Get a journal and write it down. Ok so the 2nd day, did you walk for at least 5-10 minutes outside or in place at your house? Maybe you didn't walk, maybe you just did 10 jumping jacks, still count it as a success. The third day, maybe you did crunches and walked for 15 minutes. The point is do small things for like a week or so then build up the next week and keep building up until you get there.
You don't need diet pills. You need to learn how to eat healthy for life. You need this body to last you for life because there are no such thing as body transplants. I know exercise is boring but stick it out. Stick out to that workout dvd for 5 minutes, then 10 minutes, take a break, then do another 10 minutes, take a break and then do another 10.
We must practice patience and I know its hard but the more you do it, the more you get used to it. Then you'll stick to it for a whole 30 minutes without taking a break and you'll be much closer to being healthy and skinny.