• Body Weight & Water

    What Proportion of Our Body Weight is Water? Up to 70 percent of our body is water! Muscle is made up of about 75 percent water. Fat is made up of about 50 percent water. Bones, too, are about 50 percent water. Weight Loss and Great Support! For the fastest possible weight loss and “BRILLIANT”

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  • Body Fat Distribution

    Does It Matter Where My Excess Weight Is Located On My Body? Fat distribution is very important. In fact, it is now believed that where we carry our excess fat is just as important as how much excess fat we have. Body fat located around the ‘middle’ – known as intra-abdominal fat is is believed

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  • Blood Pressure & Weight

    Does Weight Loss Help To Reduce Blood Pressure? Yes, if you are overweight, losing even a small amount of weight should reduce your blood. Overweight and obesity are closely associated with hypertension (raised blood pressure) and one of the first things doctors say to patients with hypertension is – lose weight. The good news is

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  • Best Sources of Protein

    What Is The Best Source Of Protein? The richest sources of protein are animal foods such as chicken, meat, fish, cheese and eggs. However, plant proteins are believed to be healthier because of their lower fat content. Plant protein is found (eg) in beans (esp. soy beans), lentils, nuts, quorn and seeds. The average adult

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  • Fat Cells After Weight Loss

    What Happens To My Fat Cells When I Lose Weight? When we lose weight the fat that is stored in fat cells (adipocytes) is reduced or burned off. But the fat cells themselves remain in place waiting to be filled again. Unfortunately, when we gain weight, we create more fat cells, so the more overweight

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  • Fat Location

    I Have a Thin Top Half, but A Very Fat Bottom Half. Is This Unhealthy? Research into weight and health shows that excess weight concentrated around the abdomen (intra-abdominal or visceral fat) is a much higher health risk than excess weight located below the waist on the hips, butt or thighs. If, according to the

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