Brian Adam
Joined June 2013
Weight History

Start Weight
198.4 lb
Lost so far: 0 lb

Current Weight
198.4 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
176.4 lb
Still to go: 22.0 lb

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How Often Do you weigh yourself?
Every day after workout
posted 25 Jul 2013, 04:32
Cutting Gels !!!
Spacey47 wrote:
Emily Clark is a general health expert. She has worked as a researcher, PR person in Maywood, IL. She is contributing to from 2011.

she just sells this crap, which is basically what it is

listen to King

Hi Spacey,

Thats why I was looking for any individuals personal opinion. I know that many of the sites get paid by showing positive reviews about the products.

posted 04 Jul 2013, 07:10
Cutting Gels !!!
kingkeld wrote:
What is REALLY efficient when it comes to weight loss - sustainable weight loss - is to lower your calorie intake and/or up your calorie burn. That's really all you need to do.
Personally, I'd never spend a dime on any weight loss promoting product. There are no short cuts, just do what you know is right. Smile

Thank you so much King. I will really appreciate your response. I am already following a diet plan and successfully lost 40 lbs.

But now I am stuck to a situation that my efforts are not giving me the desired results. I want to lose more 20 lbs. So I was looking for some sort of supplements.

posted 04 Jul 2013, 07:07
salt vs soy sauce - Help!
You can calculate sodium intake by preparing list of the foods you commonly eat on a sheet of paper with the serving size and sodium amount. You can make this low sodium list even easier when listing the foods by a group and in alphabetical order. This reference sheet lets you quickly look-up and add-up the sodium amounts of your meals.

For 1000 calorie diet we can add 1,500 mg of sodium.

posted 02 Jul 2013, 05:07
One way to enjoy a treat at the movies without destroying your waistline is to bring your own snacks from home. Below are some options,

• Bottled water, club soda or Crystal Lite
• Flavor and Fiber Gnu bar or Chocolite Protein Bar
• Dry cereal: Fiber One, Kashi Go Lean or Puffins
• Low-fat mozzarella string cheese
• 1-ounce of pistachios
• Baby carrots or sliced peppers
• Pretzels
• Fruit such as apples, strawberries or raspberries
• Roasted almonds 100-calorie pack

Hope this will help.
posted 29 Jun 2013, 04:34
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