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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 7:51 am    Post subject: Successful Weightloss Tips Reply with quote

Day 1: Strategies for Dining Out
Long hours at the office and busy days on the run mean that more than ever we're saving time by dining out. If you're one of the growing number of Americans who eat almost a third of your meals away from home, making healthy meal choices in restaurants is essential to your diet success. Look for fish, chicken, pork, or lean meats that aren't fried in butter or oil. Even if it's not on the menu, ask if your entree can be grilled, broiled, or baked instead. Ordering a piece of skinless grilled chicken rather than one that's breaded and deep fried in oil is a low-fat, low-calorie choice that will help you reach your weight loss goal on time. It all adds up!

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 2: Find the Right Time to Exercise
If your workout time doesn't feel natural to you, you're less likely to stick to it. Try to pick a time of the day when you usually feel full of energy, and then schedule your exercise routine around it. For example, if you're a morning person, start your day with a 20-minute aerobics video before you hit the shower. Don't wait until after work, when you may be feeling hungry or fatigued. Finding time to exercise is challenging enough, so make sure your workout schedule works for you.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 9:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 3: 11 Foods for Fighting Fatigue
Ever notice how your energy seems to dip in the afternoon hours between lunch and dinner? That means your blood sugar level is getting low and you need a calorie boost. Instead of reaching for coffee, soda, or a candy bar to get a temporary spurt of energy, refuel with a handful of dried apricots and almonds. This tasty mix has fewer calories than most candy bars, and it provides almost 50 percent of your recommended daily allowance for vitamin A, plus iron, protein, and dietary fiber. As an added benefit, both foods are low in cholesterol and sodium, too!

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 11:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 4: A Simple Exercise to Lift Your Rear
Over time our bodies lose the muscle tone that once kept us firm and fit. As a result, certain areas may start to sag -- especially the buttocks.
Of course, there are machines at the gym that can help you specifically target this area. But if you're like many people, you don't have time to work out regularly. So here's a simple exercise you can do at home for a few minutes each day, maybe even while you're watching your favorite TV program.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 1:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 5: Satisfy Your Chocolate Cravings
One of the toughest parts of dieting is giving up the things we love, like chocolate! There's nothing that can replace gooey brownies or chocolate ice cream with hot fudge on top -- or is there? Try warming up with a cup of mocha-flavored coffee, or spoon yourself some sugar-free chocolate pudding instead. A rich mug of low-calorie hot cocoa has about 47 calories, while an average candy bar has around 240. Before you kiss your favorite flavor goodbye, consider the alternatives.

>> How to keep cravings from hijacking your weight-loss plans http://www.lhj.com/lhj/story.jhtml?sssdmh=dm1.214978&storyid=/templatedata/lhj/story/data/CrushingCravings_12022002.xml&esrc=nwwlt

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 6: Don't Get Intimidated by Exercise
Sometimes the prospect of a daily exercise regimen can be daunting -- but it doesn't have to be. Remember, you don't have to run a marathon or ride an hour on the exercise bike. You need only get your body moving each day and gradually progress from there. A 20-minute walk can burn about 100 calories, depending on your weight. Once you tone your muscles and get them used to regular exercise, you'll naturally find yourself wanting to give your body more challenging workouts. The secret? Start out slow and go with the flow!

>> What's your body image? Take this quiz to find out http://www.lhj.com/lhj/story.jhtml?sssdmh=dm1.215330&storyid=/templatedata/lhj/story/data/16316.xml&esrc=nwwlt

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Day 7: Skip the Mayo
Did you know that adding what seems like a perfectly harmless dab of mayonnaise can undo all the benefits of that lean turkey sandwich? Condiments matter! Just a tablespoon of regular mayo adds 100 calories and 11 grams of fat. Instead, try a teaspoon of zesty mustard. It packs plenty of flavor, with only 5 calories per serving and 0 grams of fat. Hot sauce, balsamic vinegar, horseradish, or pickles are other tasty, low-calorie options.

>> Get the inside scoop on fat http://www.bhg.com/bhg/story.jhtml?sssdmh=dm1.215658&storyid=/templatedata/bhg/story/data/insidescoop_11262001.xml&esrc=nwwlt

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 1:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Day 8: How to Tone Flabby Arms
If you're shy about wearing a sleeveless shirt or dress because your arms aren't as toned as you'd like them to be, sculpt them into arms of steel with some easy at-home exercises! These biceps curls strengthen the front of your arms and can be done any time and any place. And as you improve and strengthen your arms, you can gradually lift heavier weights to really notice a difference.

>> How to do biceps curls for maximum toning and strength http://www.lhj.com/lhj/story.jhtml?sssdmh=dm1.215860&storyid=/templatedata/lhj/story/data/HowToExercises_Arms_BicepCurls_11102003.xml&esrc=nwwlt

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Day 9: Drop Out of the Clean Plate Club
Remember when we were kids and our parents told us we had to eat all of our dinner to be in Clean Plate Club? Today, we're so conditioned to finish whatever serving size is put in front of us, it's hard to recognize when we're full. This can be dangerous to your diet when you consider the size of restaurant portions. Try ordering from the appetizer menu or eating only half of whatever's on your plate. (You can wrap up the other half for tomorrow's lunch.) Dropping out of "The Club" may mean a broken tradition, but the result will be a leaner you!

>> Figure out how to eyeball a healthy portion size
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Day 10: Cleaning for Calories
You don't need to go step on a treadmill at a fancy gym to lose weight. Believe it or not, you can work up a sweat and clean the house all at the same time. Although many of us would like to avoid housekeeping whenever possible, an hour of mopping floors or doing general cleaning burns 228 calories. The more intense the chore, the more you'll eliminate. Mowing the lawn uses up a whopping 414 calories per hour!

>> Find more easy ways to burn calories each day
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Day 11: The Real Deal on Fat
If you're looking to lose weight gradually and keep your arteries running smoothly, a good guideline is to limit your fat intake to about 20 to 30 percent of your overall calories. For instance, if you eat around 1,500 calories per day, you'll want to eat no more than 33 to 50 grams of fat. That's not a lot -- a large order of fries contains more than half of your daily allowance. So skip the fries and other fatty foods because it's good for your waist -- and for your heart!

>> Not all fat is created equally, read about the healthy types you need in your diet
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Day 12: The Real Deal on Fat
Grade school teachers may be on to something when they reward their students' work with gold stars. Even though the results of exercise are long-term, using a visible incentive system provides encouragement by letting you see your daily results. After each workout, put your own big star on the calendar to show that you completed the day's workout and write down your progress, such as how many pounds you lifted or how far you walked. It's a simple way to pat yourself on the back for all the great work you've accomplished!

>> Need help starting an exercise program? Get some ideas here
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Day 13: What's So Great About Water?
Did you know that water has 0 calories? That's right -- drinking water in place of soda and juice is a simple way to cut more than 100 calories out of your daily diet. Plus, water is one of the most important elements in our bodies. It makes up about 70 percent of our muscles and about 75 percent of our brains. To keep all these areas functioning properly, some nutritionists suggest drinking at least 64 ounces of water, or eight 8-ounce glasses, on a daily basis. But don't try to catch up all at once -- the best way to stay properly hydrated is to consume these eight glasses evenly throughout the day.

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Day 14: Baking for Weight Loss
Chances are, if you remove all the butter and oil from baked goods, what's left won't be all that tasty. But we've found some delicious ideas for lowering fat and calories in your favorite baking recipes. Try using only a quarter of the butter or oil a recipe calls for, and replace the rest with applesauce, apple butter, crushed pineapple, or prune filling to keep your breads and cakes moist. Not only are these alternatives healthier, but they add a whole new dimension to your favorite desserts and breads.

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Day 15: Energizing Yoga
With all the juggling we do these days, we need a burst of pep now and then. But rather than reaching for a cup of caffeine or an energy bar, get some added oomph from yoga. You'll actually burn calories, stretch your muscles, and reduce back pain, too. Here are 14 yoga poses that will help you refresh your mind and rejuvenate your body.

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