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## How Many Calories Do You Lose In A Day

how many
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• Start with two sets of ten. After two to three weeks you should be able to increase to sets of 15. When you feel ready increase to three sets.
calories
• (calorie) a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food
• The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods
• (caloric) of or relating to calories in food; "comparison of foods on a caloric basis"; "the caloric content of foods"
• The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules)
• (caloric) thermal: relating to or associated with heat; "thermal movements of molecules"; "thermal capacity"; "thermic energy"; "the caloric effect of sunlight"
• Either of two units of heat energy
do you
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in a
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lose
• Cause (someone) to fail to gain or retain (something)
• suffer the loss of a person through death or removal; "She lost her husband in the war"; "The couple that wanted to adopt the child lost her when the biological parents claimed her"
• fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense; "She lost her purse when she left it unattended on her seat"
• fail to win; "We lost the battle but we won the war"
• Be deprived of or cease to have or retain (something)
• Be deprived of (a close relative or friend) through their death or as a result of the breaking off of a relationship
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Midnight Snack
Midnight Snack Won't Pack Fat Activity, Not Meal Timing, Key to Weight Control By Daniel J. DeNoon WebMD Health News Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD Feb. 2, 2006 - A midnight snack won't make you fatter than a midmorning munch, monkey studies show. It's a widely accepted truism that food eaten after dark is more fattening than the same food eaten in the light of day. And there's a reason to believe this: The body does slow down at night. Researchers have tried to look at the issue, but it's been hard to do a definitive study in humans. That's why Judy L. Cameron, PhD, senior scientist at the Oregon National Primate Research Center in Beaverton, looked at 20 female monkeys instead. To mimic human menopause, Cameron's team removed the monkeys' ovaries. To mimic human junk food, the researchers fed the monkeys a high-fat diet. And because some of the monkeys ate about two-thirds of their calories at night, Cameron and colleagues were able to look at the effects of nighttime meals. "The outcome was, there was no difference at all," Cameron tells WebMD. "Whether they eat by day or by night, monkeys have an equal probability of gaining weight. So weight gain depends on how many calories we eat, and not when we eat them." When not doing monkey research, Cameron is professor of physiology and pharmacology, obstetrics and gynecology, and behavioral neuroscience at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. She and her colleagues report their findings in the current issue of Obesity Research. Weight Gain Knows No Clock None of this surprises Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, director of sports nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and nutritional consultant to the Pittsburgh Steelers football team. "People just assume that after 6 p.m., calories that will become fat go straight to your butt," Bonci tells WebMD. "But the body is clueless about what time it is when you eat too much. It knows how to store calories every hour of the day." For most of us, this is good news. "We don't have those lifestyles where we go to bed when the sun goes down," Bonci says. "If it were true that nighttime eating made you fat, everyone in Spain would be obese -- because they don't eat dinner until 10 p.m." The myth that midnight snacks cause fat can be harmful, Cameron says, if your weight loss plan is simply to stop eating when the sun stops shining. "The story one wants people to take home is you should watch your calorie intake," she says. "Whenever you take in calories, they are going to matter. It is one thing not to eat at night. But if you want to lose weight, don't eat so much during the day. Just not eating at night is not an effective strategy." The Key to Weight Control Even though they ate a high-fat diet -- nearly quadrupling their calories -- not all of Cameron's monkeys gained weight. A few got fat. Some stayed lean. What happened? "It was mostly due to activity level," Cameron says. "The strongest predictor of weight gain in adult monkeys was how active they were. Very active animals did not gain weight, and very sedentary animals gained quite a bit." But these are just monkeys -- aren't they? Actually, Cameron says that monkeys are a lot like humans in terms of how they eat, sleep, and exercise. "We think monkeys are a very, very good model for humans," she says. "As far as we can tell, their mechanisms of weight gain are the same as humans." A real problem with obesity research is that it's almost impossible to know for sure how much human study participants actually eat and exercise. That's not a problem in monkey studies. Cameron says we can look for more information to come from her monkeys -- including studies on the impact of menopause and hormone replacement on weight. View Article Sources Sources SOURCES: Sullivan, E.L. Obesity Research, December 2005; vol 13: pp 2072-2080. Judy L. Cameron, PhD, senior scientist, Oregon National Primate Research Center, Beaverton; professor of physiology and pharmacology, obstetrics and gynecology, and behavioral neuroscience, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland. Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, director of sports nutrition, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; nutritional consultant to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre company.
Day 1 Diet & Exercise
I've said many times that I'm not brave just for getting naked all over the Internet. There are many women who post real (HONEST) photos of themselves on here all the time. Frankly, I've always been terrified. Even before the current extra 20 lbs. LOL! That insecurity...that I've talked about before as well. And a lot of it was in my head. But I'm not comfortable with my body like this, for me, because for me this is unhealthy. Here's the weight stats, okay? *Gulp* I am 5'9" I weighed 135-140lbs in high school and that was normal. Except for that trip to Israel when I turned 16 and lost 20lbs. I thought I looked fab. I weighed around 140 for most of the years after that, I think, though I wasn't checking regularly. Then I got into drugs. I lost a bit. Then I got into harder drugs and lost a lot. I was 120lbs and pregnant when I went into rehab almost 13 years ago. I had my daughter, I stayed sober, and I went back to being 140. Then I started an office job. I gained a bit. I exercised on and off. Then I got married almost 3 years ago and yes, typically, we both started gaining weight. Heh. And I also started working from home. And became kind of a bum. And then, the last straw, I quit smoking. I didn't really think about what I was weighing as I don't own a scale. One night at my parents' before this quitting smoking thing I was shocked to find I was over 150lbs. Well now it is over 160lbs. I'd like to get back down to 145lbs if I can, and tone up. That's it. Nothing major. This is what I really look like today. Relaxed posture, no tricks, no angles, only used Photoshop to adjust levels a tad. I don't like it, and haven't for some time. This is incredibly difficult for me to post. I spend all my time doing self-portraits trying to look my best, or to create an alternate me, or to emphasize one aspect of me. I hate seeing this, but know that others might see no big deal. I hope you understand this is about me and how I see myself, nothing else. Finally going to start exercising and just reduce caloric intake...no counting calories or writing things down or anything like that. I know I've been eating too much. I know how to eat less. I have just chosen not to. :-) I figure this will keep me in check much the way my quitting smoking videos have kept me in check...knowing I'll be posting about it; knowing it might help others; and I can post progress and slip-ups, too. I did my Pilates routine this morning and I ate cereal instead of a bagel and a couple pieces of cheese instead of lunch. I had dinner at my parents' house and my dad made spaghetti and meatballs (!!) but I was good and had a reasonable-sized portion and did not take seconds. I allowed myself a small piece of cake for dessert. The absolute hardest part of my day is now...back home, ready to watch a bit of TV, and I'll be ready to chow down at 9 or 10pm. I'm going to eat raw peppers I have sliced up even though they will make me cry. ;-) My husband, when looking at this, said "I see the woman I love and go to bed with every night. You look beautiful." If we could only all see one another like that, eh? *N.B. Not sure if this will be daily or weekly, but I will be posting progress shots honestly and reports on my exercise and eating habits. Honestly.

how many calories do you lose in a day
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