Weight Loss – 7 methods to achieve maximum weight loss fast!

Welcome To Our Diet Program

A thorough review of all the things that are important to know about when you want to lose weight. When to eat? – and what? What about exercise? and smoking? and smart drugs such as MODAFINIL to increase metabolism?

If you ask, there are many reasons why people want to lose weight. Yet there are two reasons which very often recurs: cosmetic and health. Many times it will also make sense to lose weight, while at other times it is not necessarily the solution.

Whether it is the right decision or not this article should not be about. It should rather give some good advice on how best and healthiest lose weight and at the same time we will debunk some of the old hidebound myths that exist regarding weight loss.

Why are we overweight?

The scientific explanation is simple: you have consumed more energy than you have used, leading to a positive energy balance and thus weight gain.

This is a scientific fact, but how it looked on a personal level? Here it is immediately much harder to come up with any real explanation, as it can range from psychological problems, the medical reasons for genetic predisposition. Often it is beneficial to know why you have been overweight since it can illuminate the problems and obstacles you are up against.
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How do you lose weight?

This is apparently simple: They consume less energy than they consume, leading to a negative energy balance and thus weight loss. This can be done by either consume less energy (dietary changes), burn more energy (physical activity) or a combination thereof.

Unfortunately, reality another. For many overweight is hard to lose weight and those who lose weight, often takes the lost kilos back over one to two years. To lose weight and maintain their weight loss, it is usually necessary to make some lifestyle changes, where both diet and physical activity are included.

 

Dietary changes

Dietary changes have proven to be an effective method to lose weight. In many studies it has seen a weight loss of almost 1 kg per week (Miller 1997; Garrow 1995). This is achieved by a deficit of about 4000 kJ of energy balance (Rich Elsen 2003). Usually recommended a weight loss of ½-1 kg per week (Rich Elsen 2003; Garrow 2000). This corresponds to an energy deficit in 2100-4200 Ki day. This is for most people a reasonable range, which ensures that no lost more muscle than necessary.

Very overweight people might handle a larger weight loss, while it may be too much for those with a low body fat percentage (Forbes 2000; Forbes 1992). Many experience a greater weight loss in the beginning, due to one’s glycogen stores emptied (Schutz 2000) (glycogen is the body’s carbohydrate stores and is mainly found in the muscles and liver). This extra weight loss is mostly water which is bound to glycogen. This is especially true on carbohydrate restricted diets.

 

Physical activity

Physical activity without accompanying diet changes have proven to be an ineffective method to lose weight, as there is often only seen a weight loss of 100 to 200 g per week (Miller 1997; Garrow 1995; Ballor 1991). In a few studies, however, seen the good weight loss during exercise (Jakicic 2004). In one study, people lost on average 7.6 kg more than 3 months, which looks promising. To achieve this weight loss, physical activity is to be increased by 10-11 km of brisk walking a day, which would be unrealistic for most people. The most obese, which have the greatest need to lose weight, is paradoxically also those who are least able to increase physical activity and lose weight that way.

For those who find it difficult to be physically active, must be added to all physical activity is better than nothing and the more the better. They are here to find the / activities that you like and can physically manage to exercise. The usual recommendations say 30 minutes daily, which well may be accumulated by f. Ex. 3 times 10 minutes moderate to vigorous physical activity (Jakicic 2004; Pedersen 2003). This must be considered a minimum, if you want full advantage of the health benefits from exercise (Pedersen 2003). Furthermore, an additional 30 to 120 minutes per week, moderate to vigorous activity, depending on the starting point.

 

Health benefits

There are health benefits associated with physical activity independent of weight loss (Stallknecht 2000; Miller 2004). The health benefits besides weight (Rich Elsen 2003; Miller 2004), among other effects on insulin resistance (Hermansen 2003; Grundy 2004), psyche (Grundy 2004) and the development of diseases (Miller 2004; McArdle 2001, p. 888-913; Pedersen 2003 ). Physical activity can increase blood volume, glycogen stores and muscle mass and thereby blurring a concomitant fat loss.

Preserving muscle tissue and maintaining weight loss
By dietary changes alone, there are a relatively large loss of muscle mass. This loss can be reduced by combining diet changes with physical activity (Forbes 1992; Miller 1997; Garrow 1995; Ballor 1991; Ballor 1994).

 

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Coming Events – Week of Jan. 17th

Local frontier killers to be museum topic
Famous Outlaws and Highwaymen, Frontier Justice and American’s First Serial Killers will be the topic of this month’s Museum Moments this Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Union County Heritage Museum in New Albany. Zack Stewart, former Northern District Highway Commissioner, will be the guest speaker. Junta Club will provide a light lunch that will be ready at 11:30. The program will begin at noon. The event is free. For more information contact the museum at 662-538-0014.

Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Celebration
There will be a Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Celebration at the Union County Courthouse on Jan. 19 at 1:00 p.m. Guest speaker will be Rev. Derric Morrison, Pastor of the Pontotoc Second Baptist Church, Pontotoc. Musical selections will be performed by a local choir.

Musical ‘Annie’ coming back to New Albany

New Albany High School will present “Annie” for their annual school musical on February 8 at 7:30 p.m.; February 9 at 7:30 p.m.; and February 10 at 2:00 p.m. in the NAHS Auditorium. Reserved Tickets are available for $10 and General Admission is $8. Call New Albany High School at 662-534-1805 for ticket information.

Men’s wild game dinner set
The Sanctuary at 960 Highway 15 North, New Albany, will have a men’s wild game dinner Saturday, January 26, at 5 p.m. Enjoy your favorite wild game dish and dessert! For more information contact Courtney Pugh at 662-266-0960.

Springtime at Concord Inn
The New Albany Garden Club will be hosting a tour of the home, gardens, and historic buildings at the Concord Inn located in New Albany May 4. Floral arrangements and refreshments will be provided by New Albany Garden Club members. The cost is $10 and all proceeds benefit ongoing garden club projects. For more information or to order tickets please contact springtimeatconcordinn@gmail.com, or call 662-507-1774 or 662-316-2689.

Liberty School January meeting

Liberty school will have a January 26 meeting and covered-dish dinner Saturday, January 26, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by a group from Oxford and Nashville. Everyone is welcome.

Union County Master Gardeners’ Training Course
A Master Gardener training class is being offered from Feb. 12 until March 21 each Tuesday and Thursday at the Union County Extension Office. If you are interested in becoming a Union County Master Gardener, please contact Lisa James at 534-6868, for more information. Deadline for registering is Jan. 18. This is described as a wonderful opportunity to learn more about gardening, meeting new people with similar interests and a great way to become more involved in your community.

Country music at Ecru

The House of Music in Ecru will present dance music by The Real Country Band and The Backporch Gang every Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Smoke and alcohol free. $3 cover charge. For more info (662) 296-8221

Country music and dancing
Country music and dancing at Music Country – Family Tradition & Friends will be Jan. 19, from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. Located in the old Lakeside Grocery at 112 CR 331, Alpine community. 662-871-5111. $5.00 admission. No alcohol allowed.

Grief Support Groups

Amedisys Hospice currently offers three grief support groups throughout its service area. Booneville Support Group- meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 a.m. in the auditorium of the George E. Allen Library. New Albany Support Group- meets every 2nd Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. at the New Albany First United Methodist Church. Tupelo Support Group- begins January 18, 2011, and a set date will be announced. These groups are open to the public and are free of charge. You are welcome at any meeting that Amedisys Hospice offers. If a meeting is not offered in your area and you feel you need additional support please contact them. Amanda Tennison MSW or Bro. Danny Rushing at (662) 620-1050.

Drug and Alcohol Recovery Meetings

“Pathway To Freedom” is a drug and alcohol recovery program sponsored by The Church of Acts. Meetings are free and are held every Sunday and Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. The “Pathway To Freedom” meetings started in 2005 and have been meeting for the past eight years. There are other recovery meetings held in this area at different times and days. For more information or directions call Pastor Charlie Ganey at 662-266-3546.

Hour of Power Fellowship 
An “Hour of Power” is a new contemporary fellowship and worship service held on Thursday nights in January at 7:00 p.m. at The Church of Acts. Directed by Bro. Gary Doughtry and assisted by Bro. David McMillen, the one-hour program includes professional multi-media presentations, as well as Word and Worship segments. The overall concept is to provide a special time for young adults, especially in the 18-36 age category. However, all ages are welcome to join this special weekly program.

Friends and Family Day 

The last Sunday of each month is designated as Friends and Family Day at The Church of Acts. A buffet type meal is served, free to all, after the morning worship service. The goal of this program is to create an atmosphere of friendship for the members as well as visitors. Their policy is that only “first time” attendees are “visitors.” The Pastor is fond of reminding everyone that “after the first time, you are no longer a visitor – you are family!” The morning service includes special music and the message is usually presented by Pastor Charlie Ganey.

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