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- The Myth that Women Need More Body Fat
Should women really carry more body fat, or are we misinterpreting relative
body fat percentages?
- Your Proportion of Muscle to Fat Affects
Your Physique Losing muscle along with body fat, or gaining body fat
along with muscle is not the way to go.
- No Animal Lives on Meat: The Meat Myth Learn why
animals can't live on meat, and why you shouldn't try either!
- Salt is Poisonous Sodium chloride is not a nutrient
because the body cannot use it in any biochemical functions. It is a drug
that poisons the body.
- Milk and the Calcium
Paradox Why do countries that consume the most dairy products have
the highest rates of osteoporosis?
- Is Raw Dairy Associated with the
French Paradox? Unpasterurized dairy consumed by the French contains
less artery-damaging oxidized cholesterol.
- Nine Apples A Day Keeps Disease Away
Diet-related disease kills 4 out of 5 Americans!
- Vegan Protein Everyone wants to know where
a vegan gets protein. Here's where!
- The Secret to Maximum Muscle
Growth...Without Drugs! The evidence-based scientific method to
stimulate more muscle growth naturally.
- Why We Choose to Be Sick Are you ready to
make the lifestyle changes to prevent disease...or not?
- Male Pattern Baldness and the Western Diet Studies
show that people who adopt a high-fat Western Diet lose more hair. Can they
grow it back?
- Sugar Doesn't Cause Cancer High-carbohydrate
diets have been linked to the cause of cancer, but it's not from the sugar
- A Quart of Cola for Lunch? Does our society
have a responsibility to regulate portion sizes?
- Cooking Clogs Your Arteries & Brain
Heating cholesterol and fat produces oxidation products associated with
atherosclerosis and dementia.
- Aspirin Does Not
Prevent Cancer The actual reduction in cancer in people taking aspirin isn't being reported
honestly in the media.
- Is the Lipid Theory Dead? Is fear of dietary
saturated fat causing you to eat an unhealthy, unbalanced diet?
- Fruitarian Diets: How to Make Them Healthy Learn how to solve
nutritional problems on a high-carbohydrate low-fat fruitarian diet.
- Dr. Oz's Questionable Advice on
Coconut Water Why did Dr. Oz claim coconut water,
one of the healthiest drinks in nature, is too high in sodium? Read the
- Bill Clinton's Clogged Arteries Does
former U.S. president Bill Clinton's diet have anything to do with the
returned blockage of his arteries?
- The Hidden Killer in Baked
Goods and Cereal You make think baked goods like muffins and bagels are
innocent, but research shows they contain a hidden killer that causes stroke
and cardiovascular disease.
- The Optimal Diet for Humans The biological
needs of early humans were met by the diet they ate, unlike the diet
consumed by modern humans.
- Bananas, Coconuts, and Green
Smoothies: Nature's Perfect Foods Combine the natural sweetness of
fruits, nuts, and green vegetables for healthier and tastier eating.
- Is Obesity Contagious? Scientists
discovered that we may be likely to imitate the bodyweight, and obesity, of
our best friends.
- The Myth of Loose
Skin Is loose skin unavoidable when losing large amounts of excess
body weight? Read this.
- Maintaining Healthy
Bodyweight on a Raw-food Diet The health benefits of a raw-food diet, and
how you can use it to maintain a healthy bodyweight.
- Science Backs Calorie Counting
Forget those restricted and unbalanced diets! Here is scientific evidence
supporting the technique that has been found to be the most promising in
successfully managing your weight.
- How to Rescue a Blown Diet Some blown diets
are easier to rescue than others. Learn how you can quickly get
your diet back on track, and avoid losing valuable time in progressing
toward your weight-loss goal.
- Never Thin
Enough: Body Composition Analysis in the Prevention of Anorexia Why is the full recovery rate in anorexia so low? Read this guide
to the prevention and recovery from anorexia.
- Switched-Off-Cancer Diet A
dietary discovery by Dr. T. Colin Campbell has staggering implications for
our society. As the search for a cure for cancer and other diseases like
heart disease goes on, Dr. Campbell shows us a diet that switches off cancer
and other degenerative diseases.
- The Truth about Step Counting
Will a pedometer increase your physical activity and help you lose weight?
Will walking 10,000 steps take off the pounds? Find out the truth according
to the latest research studies.
- Body Fatness Causes Cancer Being
as lean as possible could be the best way to prevent cancer, according to
this latest landmark study that claims at least six types of cancer are
caused by increasing levels of body fat.
- How to Stop the Obesity Epidemic
A public calorie-awareness policy would address the most significant cause
of our society's obesity epidemic. But will interests in profits continue to
block this solution?
- Lose Body Fat With Your Computer
There are lots of factors that affect your weight. Using your computer to
focus on and analyze the right numbers can make all the difference between
successful and unsuccessful weight management.
- Waist Size New Vital Sign for Doctors
Readers of Bodyfatguide.com have known for years about the important
role waist size plays in health and appearance. Now the medical profession
is finally beginning to catch up!
- Weight Loss Increases Longevity
Scientific studies demonstrate that calorie reduction and fasting increases
longevity in animals. Could a longer life span be yet another benefit of an effective weight management
program in humans?
- How Salt Affects Your Body From
high blood pressure to vision problems, learn how the harmful effects of
salt can include throwing off your weight management success.
- No Junk Food in the Garden of
Eden Junk food didn't grow on trees in the Garden of Eden. But ever
since Adam and Eve were cast out of Paradise, we have struggled against
temptation that undermines our eating habits and sabotages our weight
management. Here's how to overcome the junk-food temptation.
- Write Down Your Calories! Do you
feel like you are "starving," but you're not losing any weight?
The amount of calories you plan to eat and the actual amount you eat are
often not the same. Learn why recording your calories is so important.
- Emotional Weight Management
You wouldn't let your emotions affect your ability to drive a car safely.
So, why do you let your emotions affect your eating habits and weight
management, and how can you get them under control?
- Eat Out and Lose Weight In the age of the
Internet, keeping track of your calories while eating out is easier than
ever! Includes a list of popular restaurant chains that offer nutrient and
calorie charts online.
- What's Wrong with Dr. Phil's Weight-loss Challenge?
Is Dr. Phil's diet plan just another commercial weight-loss quick-fix that
fails to deliver long-term benefits?
- Is Physical Attractiveness a Sign of
Health? Want to make your body and face more attractive to the
opposite sex? Here's how to do it, and become healthier in the process.
- The Virtual Treadmill Get your deskwork
done while you burn calories. Take a ride on the Virtual Treadmill. It's
FREE! Download your FREE Virtual Treadmill Timer to display on your
- Fat-burning Supplement Hype Can you get
the same body-fat-loss results as those ads promise, without the expense,
disappointment or dangers of using so-called fat-burning supplements?
- The Problem with Animal Protein Is that diet
of egg whites and skinless chicken breasts really good for you? Learn why
low-fat animal foods can be a health problem.
Built-in Appetite Suppressant Why wait for the latest appetite suppressant
from the pharmaceutical industry when nature already provides you with one
built into your body?
Amenorrhea and Low Body-Fat Does a woman athlete need to raise her body
fat level in order to stay healthy?
- Does Building
Muscle Burn Away Body Fat? Hardly! Have you been told that building
muscle will make you burn off body fat? There's a better way to shed those
excess pounds of body fat.
to Prevent Obesity Telling people to eat less and exercise more is not
helping to reverse the trend toward obesity. Find out the strategies that
- Don't Begin Your Journey
Without a Roadmap Training to improve your shape shouldn't be a
try-this-or-try-that method. With the proper roadmap, you may easily and
permanently achieve the best shape of your life.
- What's Your Excuse for
Not Exercising? You don't exercise because you have no extra time or
energy? You have it backwards. You have no extra time or energy because you
Warns Food Supplements May Encourage Body Fat Gain Is that little bottle
of vitamins you keep in the cabinet making you fat? Are you increasing your
waistline every time you select foods that have been fortified with minerals?
- 300,000 Die
Despite President's Council Advice on Body Fat The President's Council On
Physical Fitness & Sports lists an optimal ratio of fat to lean mass as an
essential component of fitness. Learn how to improve your body fat
- Public Not
Getting The Truth about Diet and Heart Disease Despite conflicting
scientific evidence, the public still believes saturated fat is the culprit
behind elevated cholesterol levels and heart disease, our #1 KILLER. But is it
Anorexic Fights Stereotype Is anorexia really a mental disorder? Why is
the recovery rate with conventional treatments so low? Is thin the same as
lean? What happens when you lose muscle? Can men become anorexic?
in Calorie Denial" Claims Expert Author of The Body Fat Guide says
Oprah Winfrey's ongoing weight problem is no mystery. All the personal
trainers and diet chefs in the world are not a substitute for proper weight
- Not Getting
Enough Protein? Consider Breast Milk! So you think high-protein diets are
the correct way to control your weight? When it comes to the debate over how
much protein we really should be eating, nature has one answer.
- Few Health and
Fitness Professionals Are Weight Management Experts Shocking Truth! Your
nutritionist, dietitian, fitness trainer and doctor may not be qualified to
teach you weight management skills, and help you develop new lifestyle
- Prepare Now
for New Millennium Weight-Loss Resolution On New Millennium day you
announce that you will change your diet and exercise habits. But, by
evening...oh, well! Don't wait for another millennium. Develop those habits
now. Here's how.
- Eating More,
Enjoying it Less: The Fatigued Taste Bud Syndrome Did you ever start
eating junk food and couldn't stop eating, even though you weren't tasting
anything anymore? You could have FTBS: Fatigued Taste-Bud Syndrome.
- Stomach Stapling Isn't
Foolproof If you think stomach stapling is the answer to all your
weight-loss problems, read this! Learn how patients still manage to sneak in
high-calorie, high-fat goodies.
- Why Weigh Yourself
Everyday? Should you weigh yourself once a week as the diet industry
recommends? Or is that just another myth that sabotages your weight
- The Scale Has No
Feelings How do you manage your weight through life's emotional up and
downs? Take the emotional struggle out of eating properly.
- Back to the
Weight-Loss Basics Are you drowning in contradictory weight-loss advice?
It's time to get back to the basics and get back on track.
- Is Your Weight Problem
Genetic? No matter how many times you lose weight, you keep returning to
the same starting weight over and over. Could it be nature intended you
to be fat?
- Is Obesity a
Disability? Our society is so crippled by lack of weight management
knowledge, some courts are calling obesity a disability. But is obesity really
an unpreventable handicap?
- The #1 Secret To
Keeping Off Weight Everyone has heard that sensible eating and exercise is
the way to keep off weight permanently. But few people are managing to do it!
Are they missing the secret? YES!
- 101 Weight Loss
Secrets Lists 101 of the secrets you will learn at bodyfatguide.com
to permanently manage your weight.
- Exercise Less,
Lose More Fat Not getting workout results? This will reverse the way you
go about losing body fat. Save time, and energy.
Waists & Erectile Dysfunction Gentlemen, women have a new concern when
sizing up your pot bellies. The larger your waists, the less likely you will
be able to perform in bed!
- Latest Diet
Craze-The FLU! In a hurry to lose 10 pounds? Why not take a trip to your
local doctor for a dose of the flu? After several days of fever and vomiting
you will easily fit into those new clothes. Sound crazy?
- The Law of Weight
Loss Why do some weight-loss methods work for some people, but not for
others? The answer is as reliable as the law of gravity.
- Avoiding Weight-Loss
Plateaus Why do dieters get stuck on plateaus, and how can you avoid them?
Here's what to do if you get stranded.
Secrets Concealed by "Before-&-After"
by Ron Brown,
author of The Body Fat
You may have seen a picture showing some winners of the Body of Work
Physique Transformation Contest, sponsored by a supplement company. These
people obviously worked very hard for 12 weeks, dieting and exercising to
improve their bodies. They deserve congratulations! But, there is something
these impressive photos do not reveal. Can you guess what it is?
Before-&-after photos alone can't reveal if a person has the skill to
keep fat off! Statistically, the odds are over 19:1 that all these people will
gradually return to the body fat level in their before-photo! Some will return a
lot less gradually than others!
Depressing, isn't it? But, it doesn't have to be that way when one applies
the principles of weight management. However, one doesn't acquire these skills
just by going on a 12-week diet or by swallowing so-called fat-burning
supplements The skills necessary to keep body fat off are very different then
Unfortunately, the company that runs the contest and guides the contestants'
training and dieting (including selling them the company's supplements) doesn't
also provide them with a guide to the principles of weight management. Where can
you learn these principles and improve your long-term slim chance? Right
here at bodyfatguide.com.
Additionally, the company shows a picture of a fellow who claims to have
gained 32 pounds of fat-free muscle in 12 weeks. But, fitness expert Covert
Baily says the maximum amount of muscle a person can synthesize in one week,
without also gaining fat, is one pound. Assuming the company's claims are
verifiable, what is the explanation for this fellow's spectacular rate of muscle
gain...besides taking steroids?
People who have burned off large amounts of muscle mass while crash dieting
or fasting often quickly regain muscle mass when they increase their calorie
intake. Sometimes referred to as muscle memory, this rate of rapid muscle
mass replenishment should not be confused with new muscle growth. It takes much
longer to gain new levels of muscle mass than it does to regain mass you
recently burned off.
Did this fellow burn off lots of muscle previous to the shooting of his
before-photo? Who knows for sure? But, although he should be commended for
working hard to achieve his gain, it would be deceptive to think he could
sustain such a rapid rate of growth beyond mere replenishment of previously
burned-off muscle. Once muscle is fully replenished, trying to force an
accelerated rate of muscle gain at the same pace will probably make you fat! For
more information see: Muscle Mass Myths.