Metabolic damage: know and fix

Have you stopped losing fat even though you are exercising for many hours per day and keeping a strict diet? It seems impossible, but this is exactly what metabolic damage is. Metabolic damage is a state, when your body doesn’t respond appropriately to some processes. For example, you start working out and lose weight after a while. You can see your progress, but it suddenly stops. You are trying to exercise more and more, you lower calories, but it seems it’s not going to work.»

Tips for What To AVOID at Fast Food Restaurants

  1.Supersized portions. An average fast food meal can run to 1000 calories or more, so choose a smaller portion size, order a side salad instead of fries, and don’t supersize anything. At a typical restaurant, a single serving provides enough for two meals. Take half home or divide the portion with a dining partner. 2.Salt. Fast food restaurant food tends to be very high in sodium, a major contributor to high blood pressure.»

Tips For Making Healthy Choices At Fast Food Restaurants

  1.Make careful menu selections – pay attention to the descriptions on the menu. Dishes labeled deep-fried, pan-fried, basted, batter-dipped, breaded, creamy, crispy, scalloped, Alfredo, au gratin, or in cream sauce are usually high in calories, unhealthy fats, or sodium. Order items with more vegetables and choose leaner meats. 2.Drink water with your meal. Soda is a huge source of hidden calories. One 32-oz Big Gulp of regular cola packs about 425 calories, which can quickly gulp up a big portion of your daily calorie intake.»
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