• Japanese Food & Weight Loss

    Is Japanese Food Okay for Weight Loss? Japanese food is definitely one of the best cuisine types if you are overweight, especially if eaten in the Japanese style – with more vegetables, more fish but less meat. Good Japanese food options for weight control include: Clear broth Mushimono (steamed) Nabemono (one-pot type of dish) Nimono

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  • Ideal Weight for Women

    What is the Ideal Body Weight for Women There are several opinions of what constitutes an ideal weight for women. Here are two. See also Calorie Needs for Women. Ideal Weight for Women – Based on Body Mass Index According to doctors an ideal weight would be inside the healthy weight range for women as

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  • Ideal Weight for Men

    What is the Ideal Body Weight for Men Really there is no such thing as an ideal weight for men. At best there is only a healthy weight range. According to doctors the healthy weight range for men is a Body Mass Index of between 19 and 24.9. With a larger frame and greater muscle-fat

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  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) & Weight Gain

    Does Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Cause Weight Gain? There is much debate about the affect of HRT on weight gain. Many women blame HRT for weight gain: in fact up to 13 percent quit HRT for this reason. However, there is no proven scientific link between HRT and weight gain. According to a study in

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  • How to Cut Calories?

    Here are three easy ways to reduce calories: Replace 1 whole egg with 2 egg-whites – saves 45 calories. Replace 1 cup whole milk with skim milk – saves 65 calories. Replace regular Coca-Cola with Diet Coke – saves 210 calories. Total calories saved: 300. “Brilliant” Weight Loss Program For the fastest possible weight loss,

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  • How Much Fiber Do I Need to Eat?

    At present there is no official recommended daily allowance (RDA) for dietary fiber. However, official guidelines advise about 20-25g of fiber per day, for both men and women. It is best to get your dietary fiber naturally from high-fiber foods rather than from bran or general fiber supplements. PS. Fiber is sometimes known as Non-starch

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