Calorie Requirements for Weight Loss

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Medical Weight Loss

Losing weight is a praiseworthy goal for many people. Maintaining a healthy weight can reduce the risk of heart attack and other serious medical conditions while making you feel more energetic and more agile and helping you enjoy your life to the fullest. However, embarking on a weight loss program can also be dangerous for…

Fluoxetine for Weight Loss

We use a combination of Phentermine and a low dose (10-20 mgs) of Prozac. The second medicine is necessary because Phentermine used alone starts to lose effectiveness after a few months. The second medicine prolongs the presence of the appetite curbing neurotransmitters promoting the longevity of satiety. The combination is also known to reduce the…

Phentermine and Weight Loss

What is Phentermine? Oral phentermine Hydrochlorid (HCL) is sold for weight loss. It is in the lower case Sympathomimetic family of appetite suppressants (Used for the management of exogenous obesity.) When used in conjunction with diet, exercise and behavior therapy, phentermine may help you to lose weight while you are learning new ways to eat…

Medication for Appetite Suppression

Weight Loss Medication For Appetite Suppression There are multiple diet aids available today. Many can be very effective when combined with a healthy diet and regular exercise. With so many diet pills on the market and while many are effective it is important to realize that no diet pill is a cure all on its…

Calories in Food

Consider the number of calories in certain food items: 1 Tablespoon Butter 101 calories 1 Ounce Cheese 100 calories 1 Can Beer 145 calories 1 Glass Wine 4 Ounces 75 calories 1 16-Ounce Cola 201 calories 1 Glass Milk 150 calories 1 Cup Orange Juice 110 calories 1 Cup Peanuts 165 calories 1 Cup Milk…

Exercise to Burn Calories

What are the relationships between food and being overweight? What are calories and how do they relate to my overweight problem? What is meant by metabolism? What is my metabolism? What affects my metabolism? What to watch for to avoid being misled in “Dieting” advice when someone (or an advertiser) starts talking about changing your…

Choosing A Weight Loss Program

Weight loss, in the context of health or medicine, is a reduction of the total body weight mass, which can mean loss of bone mass, fluid, muscle or fat. Weight loss occurs when a person is in a state of negative energy balance. Self-esteem, positive self-talk and goal-setting are all important aspects in the weight loss process.

Your self-image is something crucial – how you feel about your person can have an immense impact when it comes to starting (and continuing) a fitness and weight loss program. To have that initial start, think about how you can set realistic weight loss and exercise goals and plan to avoid some of the most common mind-set pitfalls.

No matter what the reason, healthy weight management and successful weight loss depend on setting achievable goals and expectations. For healthy weight loss, you should be consulted by a physician in order to develop a weight loss plan that is tailored to your needs and expectations.

The key for success is making changes in your physical activity and eating habits that you can follow them for the rest of your life. Health experts agree that you may gain important health benefits from even a small weight loss.

A weight loss of 5 to 20 percent of body weight may improve quality of life and your health, and prevent these additional health problems.

Weight loss programs and diets are generally more flexible now than they once were. You will want to go for a weight loss program that gives you some control, rather than make you follow one rigid system.  For healthy and safe weight loss, try not to exceed a rate of 2 pounds per week.