The best way to lose weight? A diet filled with protein: Eating fish, eggs and meat every day is easiest way to stay slim
Instead of counting calories, those seeking to stay slim are better off enjoying a protein rich diet and eating fish, eggs and meat, scientists have found.
Because of the way the human body prioritises protein over carbohydrates and fat, those with a diet low in protein are likely to gorge on these other food groups to reach the target protein level.
Over the past 60 years the proportion of protein in Western diets has dropped, and researchers suggest this could account for soaring levels of obesity.
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The intensity and range of movements involved in the game, including kicks, twists, turns and sprints, provide better overall exercise, according to a series of studies.
And five-a-side is more beneficial than a full-scale game, as it ensures that all players get a vigorous workout.
Prof Peter Krustrup, from Copenhagen University, who reviewed the research and was part of the team which carried out some of the studies, said that the sustained, stop-start nature of the game helped to build long-term fitness and burn fat.
It can help cut the risk of heart disease, by reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and was also a good way to lose weight, according to the studies by 50 researchers in seven countries.
It is better than lifting weights and as good, if not better, than running, because of its benefits for the heart, Prof Krustrup added. More
“Playing football is better for your health ‘than going for a run or lifting weights,’” according to The Daily Telegraph.
The news is based on research that compared how football and running affected the health of people with slightly raised blood pressure. The study followed men for 12 weeks as they either played football or ran on a treadmill. The results show that regular sessions of either exercise were beneficial for fitness, weight loss and building muscle.
This research adds yet further weight to the large amount of evidence supporting the numerous benefits of regular exercise. However, while the study has confirmed benefits of both activities, it has the drawback of being too small to assess whether football is better for you than running. More
A Melbourne, Australia, man who’s dealt with a lifelong struggle with food has vowed to eat nothing but potatoes for a year in an attempt to lose weight and improve his health. So far, he’s lost 22 pounds from his 332-pound frame.
“I wanted to change the way I thought about food so that it’s not really controlling my life. Food is fuel kinda thing,” Andrew Taylor, 36, told 9news.com.au.
Taylor is documenting his experience, which he’s calling “Spud Fit,” on social media.
When it comes to the never-ending quest to slim down, we’ve all heard about the success of the Atkins diet and eating Paleo. But one New York City chef used a far more revolutionary method to lose an astounding 94 pounds: the Pizza Diet.
Naples, Italy, native Pasquale Cozzolino, 38, moved to New York in 2011 to work at Midtown’s PizzArte, and he quickly packed on the pounds. The 6-foot-6-inch chef weighed a healthy 254 pounds when he first got off the plane, but his waistline expanded as he made efforts to familiarize himself with the city’s restaurants and turned to snacking to deal with stress.
“I’d eat 10 or 12 [Oreos],” recalls Cozzolino, who later moved to the East Village’s Ribalta pizzeria, where he’s now the executive chef. “One time I even ate the whole box. It was like a drug for me.” He was also drinking two or three cans of soda each day.
By early 2012, his weight had ballooned to 370 pounds, and he was wearing pants with a 48-inch waist.
When he visited his family in Italy, people didn’t recognize him. He felt awful both mentally and physically.
“I had knee problems, back problems, three ulcers in the stomach,” he recalls. He even had trouble taking his toddler son to the park because just walking there was so taxing.
The final wake-up call came in June 2015, when Cozzolino went to see his family doctor on the Upper East Side.
“She said, ‘You need to lose weight or you will have a heart attack,’” he remembers.
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It's that time of the season - you know, the celebrity weight-loss season.
There's Oprah Winfrey, repping Weight Watchers (she's not just a customer, she owns a 10 percent stake in the company), Kirstie Alley pushing Jenny Craig, and Marie Osmond for Nutrisystem, among others.
A good friend of mine almost fell into their clutches, until I convinced her she shouldn't waste her time, money, and potentially even her health on some celeb-endorsed, Frankenfood-pushing, one-size-fits-all weight-loss scheme. Heck, she'd been down that rabbit hole at least twice before, and the only thing that remained thinner was her wallet.
Can't you see, dear friend (and readers), that you're being taken for a ride? Here are three things to remember: More
KHLOE Kardashian has shocked fans with her latest picture on Instagram.
The KUWTK star looked tiny as she shared snaps from a night out on social media
So we did a bit of digging, and here are her top 3 weight loss secrets.
Khloe is a huge fan of spin classes - Soul Cycle in particular - and often takes to her app to share her workouts.
Writing in a blog post recently, she said: "I love love love spinning.
"A spin class is such a great workout. Between the dark lighting and the loud music, it's almost like dancing in the club, haha. I get SO into it." SEE PICTURES and read more
Khloe Kardashian looks more honed and toned than ever - but it’s not all down to grueling gym sessions.
In the last few months, Khloe Kardashian’s got noticeably slimmer.
And despite her Instagram feed being filled with photos of her extreme gym workouts and waist training sessions, she says her weight loss isn’t just down to working up a sweat.
The KUWTK star has admitted that she’s had to eliminate some of her favourite foods from her diet and claims cutting them out has helped her shed almost a stone in the last few months.
“I’m obsessed with cheese and milk, but eliminating them from my diet made the biggest difference,” she told New Beauty magazine, in her cover interview. More
Breaking weight loss news.
A new study finds that in mice, fish oil has a surprising benefit.
Many people take fish oil with the hopes of boosting their brain function, or alleviating depression, or reducing inflammation in the body. Some debate remains about the efficacy of fish oil supplements in producing these benefits in humans, but a new animal study published in the journal Scientific Reports finds that fish oil does appear to aid with weight loss—in mice. More
Excerpted from "Secrets From the Eating Lab: The Science of Weight Loss, the Myth of Willpower, and Why You Should Never Diet Again"
I’ve given you the bad news: diets fail in the long run. Now, let’s try to understand why.
In social psychology we often say that if you find that most people behave in the same way, then the explanation for their behavior has very little to do with the kind of people they are. It has to do with the circumstances in which they find themselves. For example, most students in class raise their hands and wait quietly to be called on before speaking. It’s not that they are all timid or overly polite types of people. It’s that the classroom setting is sufficiently powerful that without really thinking about it, nearly everyone ends up following the same unwritten rules. When we think about people who regain weight after dieting, it’s a similar principle. It’s not that they have a weak will or lack discipline, or that they didn’t want it enough, or didn’t care. It’s about the circumstances in which they find themselves, and the automatic behavior that is provoked by those settings. In other words: if you have trouble keeping weight off, it is not a character flaw. More
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