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What's your BMR?

My healthy eating and exercise regime is based around ensuring that I’m achieving the right amount of calorie deficit for my body.  In basic terms, what goes in must balance with what is burned and then some, so that the calories I consume are exceeded by those that I burn. 482 more words


Metabolic Base Rate….what’s the deal with that then?

OK so I have heard loads of people banging on about their BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and how they tailor their diets around it. 299 more words


What is a plateau during weightloss & how can I jump start my weight loss again from there?

If you’ve been exercising and cutting calories for several weeks, and you’re no longer seeing the same results that you experienced in the beginning, then you’ve probably hit a plateau. 192 more words

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3 months back I had a baby through caesarian section, is it safe & possible to lose weight now as I am still breast feeding her?

Yes, its quite safe after 3 months unless you have had some major medical complications. In fact, at Health Zone I have seen that during breast feeding weightloss is lot easier than after stopping it, provided your diet is planned meticulously keeping in mind the nutrition needs of your baby & you. 175 more words

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I am 100kg plus do you think I can & should exercise to lose weight?

At this stage exercise can be challenging for you but not impossible.

One of the biggest mistakes people commit is making assumptions about what they can’t do without checking with an expert who knows how to determine that.

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I am a Working woman with 2 kids which leaves me with hardly any time for exercise and losing weight. Suggest what to do?

Forget the “all or nothing” mentality when it comes to exercise.

Fitness does not live or die by 60-minute workouts; there is a middle ground.

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Does alcohol hamper weightloss?

Though an occasional drink is fine, alcohol and weight loss are generally enemies. Alcohol is metabolized differently than other foods and beverages.

The alcohol molecules diffuse through the stomach wall as soon as they arrive and can reach the brain and liver in minutes. 177 more words

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