Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Free weight loss tips for fast weight loss in New York City


Maintaining a healthy diet with low glycemic, balanced nutrition is important for good health weight management.

Consuming food low in calorie density may help to reduce calorie intake and improve health, reduce body weight and overall health. In order to understand nutrition, it is important to take a look at how we evolved. As the human race evolved as hunters and gatherers consuming a diet rich in protein, with no agricultural products such as cereals, our adaptation from a genetic perspective is for a diet of "hunters and gatherers. 




Understand the nutritional deficiencies of cereal grains

Although cereal grains helped in the evolution of the human culture by allowing mass production of food, it is also our down fall as explained in this you tube video.

Monitor food intake

Monitoring intake has been shown to help individuals become more aware
 Lose weight NYCof what and how much they eat and drink. 

Check the food labels

The Nutrition Facts label found on food packaging provides calorie information for each serving of food
or beverage and can assist consumers in monitoring their intake. 

Keep track of your weight and activity patterns

Also, monitoring body weight and physical activity can help prevent weight gain and improve outcomes when actively losing weight or maintaining body weight following weight loss.

Things to do while dining out 

• when eating out, choose smaller portions or lower-calorie options. When possible, order a
small-sized option, share a meal, or take home part of the meal. 

Review calorie information

Review the calorie content of foods and beverages offered and choose lower-calorie options.
Calorie information may be available on menus, in a pamphlet, on food wrappers, or online. Or, instead of
eating out, cook and eat more meals at home.

Portion SizePrepare, serve, and consume smaller portions of foods and beverages, especially those high
in calories. Individuals eat and drink more when provided larger portions. Serving and consuming
smaller portions is associated with weight loss and weight maintenance over time.

Eat a nutrient-dense, protein based breakfast. 

Not eating breakfast has been associated with excess body weight, especially among children and adolescents.

Consuming breakfast also has been associated with weight loss and weight loss maintenance, as
well as improved nutrient intake.

Limit screen time. 

In children, adolescents, and adults, screen time, especially television viewing, is directly associated with increased overweight and obesity.

Children and adolescents are encouraged to spend no more than 1 to 2 hours each day watching television,
playing electronic games, or using the computer (other than for homework). Also, avoid eating while
watching television, which can result in overeating.

Research has investigated additional principles that may promote calorie balance and weight management.


Avoid sugary beverages such as juices, and soft drinks! However, the evidence for these behaviors is not as strong. Some evidence indicates that
beverages are less filling than solid foods, such that the calories from beverages may not be offset by
reduced intake of solid foods, which can lead to higher total calorie intake. In contrast, soup, particularly
broth or water-based soups, may lead to decreased calorie intake and body weight over time.

Sugar Rush and Crash Further, replacing added sugars with non-caloric sweeteners may reduce calorie intake in the short term, yet questions remain about their effectiveness as a weight management strategy. Other behaviors have been studied, such as snacking and frequency of eating, but there is currently not enough evidence to support a specific recommendation for these behaviors to help manage body weight.

Check glycemic index of foods
Check the glycemic index of all foods before consuming and avoid all high glycemic foods in general as the current high glycemic, low fatty foods in fact contributes to the weight gain by causing what is called insulin resistance leading metabolic syndrome, belly fat and other health problems. 


Avoiding Empty Calories
Eating food  that are high in calories, but low in nutrients can leave a person overweight but malnourished.

Balanced nutrition is the key!
Nutritionally unbalanced diets can negatively affect a person’s health regardless of weight status. Such
diets are related to many of the most common and costly health problems in the United States,
particularly heart disease and its risk factors and type 2 diabetes. Similarly, a sedentary lifestyle
increases risk of these diseases. 

You become what you eat!
Improved eating patterns and increased physical activity have numerous health benefits beyond maintaining a healthy weight. 

If your goal is to lose weight, consider a weight loss program that is covered through your insurance such as the W8MD medical weight loss and sleep wellness program available in many states. 



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What really causes vitamin D deficiency and how to correct it? Secret of vitamin D deficiency revealed!

According to the statistics from CDC, more than 40 percent of United States population are deficient in Vitamin D despite they adding vitamin fortifications to so many foods.

  • What truly causes low vitamin D? 
  • Does the obesity epidemic have any thing to do with the low vitamin D? 
  • How does belly fat affect vitamin D? 

What is Vitamin D also called ergocalciferol and what will it do?

Vitamin D plays an important role in the bone metabolism. Although vitamin D has been added to many foods, studies show that >49% of the entire population of the United States are deficient in vitamin D.

According to Dr. Prab R. Tumpati, MD, leading obesity medicine physician and founder of W8MD medical weight loss centers, vitamin D is not just a deficiency but a disease mainly due to the effect of the unhealthy belly fat in absorbing the vitamin D.


  • What might be causing this epidemic of low vitamin D levels besides lack of vitamin D in the diet and lack of Sun exposure, the other source of vitamin D? 
  • Could there be something more than just a lack of vitamin D in the diet? 
  • How about the role of belly fat in absorbing the vitamin D that might artificially cause low vitamin D levels despite getting enough vitamin D in the diet?


How much vitamin D or ergocalciferol do I need?

The amount of ergocalciferol you would like on a daily basis depends on your age.

Vitamin D Recommended doses

  • Birth to twelve months 400 IU
  • Children 1–13 years 600 IU
  • Teens 14–18 years 600 IU
  • Adults 19–70 years 600 IU
  • Adults 70 and older 800 IU
  • Pregnant & breastfeeding women 600 IU


How to lose belly fat in NYC?

If you have excess belly fat and have vitamin D deficiency, it is very important to lose the belly fat in treating the low vitamin D as the belly fat acts like a "sink hol" when it comes to vitamin and just taking excess vitamin D will not solve the problem until you also lose the excess belly fat!
What foods give aliment D?

Very few foods naturally have ergocalciferol. Fortified foods give most of the ergocalciferol in yank diets.

Sources of Vitamin D 

  • Sun light
  • Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and mackerel area unit among the simplest sources.
  • Beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks give tiny amounts.

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Cancer and vitamin D

Some studies have shown that ergocalciferol might offer protective benefit against carcinoma and maybe even cancers of the prostate and breast.
How can W8MD medical weight loss centers of America help?

If you are overweight or obese, losing weight not only helps with vitamin D, but also with many other issues including reduced risk of over 50 medical conditions. Thanks to Obamacare, your insurance might cover the cost of the weight loss physician visits.

If you have low vitamin D and belly fat, want to lose weight and reduce the risk of low vitamin D levels, you may want to consider the unique insurance physician weight loss and sleep wellness program offered at Sleep Medical Associates - Dr Prab R. Tumpati's office in NYC!

W8MD's NYC Insurance Weight Loss & Sleep Apnea Center at Sleep Medical Associates, PLLC, 2003, Bath Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11214 

718-946-5500


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