Weight Management Science

Weight Management Science · 06. July 2018
Have you noticed how most people gain weight after following a diet? If you want to learn why diets don't work and how to lose weight healthy, this post is for you. One thing I have learned over and over again, as a creator of my program and working with students, is that if you REALLY learn what’s important and leave aside what is not, you’ll succeed.
Weight Management Science · 06. July 2018
Have you ever wondered why most people gain weight after following a weight loss diet and how to lose weight healthy so you don’t gain it back instead? The problem with most diets is that you just follow the instructions of the diet on what exactly you should eat but you don't really learn anything during the process. When you "are finished" with the diet you won’t have learned anything but how to follow specific instructions, or numbers, or calories.
Weight Management Science · 21. July 2017
Have you ever wondered why Americans are more overweight than people from other countries? You might have guessed some of the reasons: huge portion sizes, little exercise, too much sugary foods, no mindful eating, stress, etc. However, there is one factor that plays a key role here: the American food manufacturing industry. Not only the ingredients of the processed food are addictive, but they are also the worst thing you could eat in terms of your weight management.
Weight Management Science · 03. February 2017
Type II Diabetes Prevention
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Weight Management Science · 10. October 2016
How Do We Get Energy from Food?
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Weight Management Science · 12. August 2016
How Much Food Do You Need Each Day?
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Weight Management Science · 21. May 2016
How to prepare healthy filling meals with right food combinations (+ menu template)
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Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic index (GI) is defined for each type of food. Glycemic load (GL) is calculated based on the amount of carb in the food you eat and the quantity you eat (portion size). Glycemic load actually depends on glycemic index and is calculated with the following formula: GL = (gram of carbs in food) x GI / 100 What does it mean for your food choices? This means, that even if you eat food with low GI you may end up eating a meal with high GL if you eat too much. Related articles: What is glycemic...
Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic load (GL) of certain food tells you how much carbs the amount of food you are about to eat contains. It measures the quality of carbs in the food and depends on glycemic index (GI). Formula to calculate GL: GL = (gram of carbs in food) x GI / 100 There are three levels of GL: Low (0-9), medium (10-20), and high (> 20). Glycemic load of some food groups Low: Whole-grain bread, watermelon, beans, orange, nuts, most fresh fruits and vegetables. Medium: Banana, sweet potato, wild rice,...
Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic index (GI) of certain food tells you how much your glucose level will rise if you eat this food. It measures the quality of the carb that the food contains. There are three different levels of glycemic index: low (0-54), medium (55-69), high (70-100). Carbs that break down slowly and release glucose gradually into the bloodstream, have a low GI. Glycemic index of some food groups Low: Whole-grain bread, most fresh fruits, beans, yogurt, orange, wheat pasta, all nuts, most fruits and...

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