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When you talk about body mass or total weight your actually talking about two different things = fat vs muscle. Lean body mass of the body is made up of bones, organs, muscle and water.
Fat mass is all the weight in fat that’s left over. Depending on height, age and sex yourBody Mass Index (19-24 optimal)will vary.
The answer my friend is because muscle is more dense than fat and fat takes up more room in your pants and shirts. Muscles also hold water so small increases in lean muscle tissue adds water weight in the initial stages before seeing a big weight or fat loss.
I had one client lose 14inches in her butt, abs and boobs and only 7lbs total. Muscle will add good weight that is optimal for burning fat when you’re not working out. Little bit of muscle training will help you to get toned.
Not only will you look and feel better, but live longer. Being fat will kill you slow and painfully over time, one joint, one organ at a time. If you need convincing listen to obese people talk about how their feet, knees and back hurt. Ask somebody who lived with Type II Diabetes for more than 8yrs staying overweight and have their foot amputated because of high blood sugar. Know somebody that had a heart attack but continues to be overweight and/or smoke?
Tell them you love them, its only a matter of time before they won’t be around, take it from me, sooner than you could ever imagine.
STOP obesity!! It kills
All of us can, if you will.
- Tipping the Scales (lifescript.com)
- How can I get rid of ‘man boobs’? (cnn.com)
- Fighting the Muscle Loss That Comes With Age (newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com)
Evidence suggests (read report here) that consumption of one egg per day is not associated with risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) or stroke in healthy adults.
If you have Type 2 Diabetes or high blood pressure, then increase in cholesterol in eggs will increase your risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Funnyman Drew Carey also showed up at the CBS Summer Press Tour Party last night after having lost an astounding 80 pounds through a low carb diet and exercise!
Photos via BauerGriffin
Wow! He looks amazing.
The newly svelte host of “The Price is Right” showed off his new bod on the red carpet Wednesday night in Beverly Hills, where he told reporters: “It sucks being fat.”
Since losing the weight, “I’m not diabetic anymore. No medication needed.”
And all he had to do was say good-bye to the bread and chips.
“No carbs,” he told People magazine in describing his new diet. “… not even a cracker. No bread at all. No pizza, nothing. No corn, no beans, no starches of any kind. Egg whites in the morning or like, Greek yogurt, cut some fruit.”
“I like being skinny,” says Carey. “I was sick of being fat on the camera. Really, I just got sick of it.”