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Dr. A’s Guide to Be Healthy, Lose Weight, and Live Longer

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A Guide to Rapid Fat Loss ☠️

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The Ultimate Guide To Losing Weight Without Counting Calories

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“Excess Weight and Your Health A Guide to Effective, Healthy Weight Loss” Full Video

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Walking To Lose Weight Plan: Essential Guide to Lose Weight, Burn Fat & Increase Metabolism

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Plant-Based Weight Loss The Ultimate Guide

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A Guide to Rapid Fat Loss ☠️

Video taken from the channel: Gordon Greenhorn Fitness/Nutrition Advisor


 

The Ultimate Guide To Losing Weight Without Counting Calories

Video taken from the channel: GutsToCuts


 

Walking To Lose Weight Plan: Essential Guide to Lose Weight, Burn Fat & Increase Metabolism

Video taken from the channel: Runners Pace


 

“Excess Weight and Your Health A Guide to Effective, Healthy Weight Loss” Full Video

Video taken from the channel: Obesity Action Coalition (OAC)


 

Plant-Based Weight Loss The Ultimate Guide

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6 SIMPLE WEIGHT LOSS STRATEGIES 1. Remove Temptation. If you’re trying to set yourself up for success, keeping donuts and chips around isn’t doing you 2. Stop Eating After Dinner. Late-night noshes are usually high-calorie, large portions or snacky foods (Read: cookies, 3. Learn How to Order.

The recommended amount of protein for weight loss is 56 grams per day for men and 46 grams for women. 14 High-Protein Foods That Help You Lose Weight Fast Salmon: Salmon is full of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and is an excellent source of protein. A 4 ounce serving of salmon provides about 26 grams of protein.

Drink Water: Hydration is important for everyone, but it can also be a key component of your weight-loss efforts. In addition to keeping your body’s engine burning, water helps to stave off hunger In addition to keeping your body’s engine burning, water helps to stave off hunger. Pick up any diet plan book and it will claim to hold all the answers to successfully losing all the weight you wantand keeping it off.

Some claim the. Two basic ways to lose weight. There are only two ways to lose weight; burn calories and change what you eat and changing how you move. A whole lot of people find this mix to be most effective for accurate weight loss.

Change what you take in. Ensuring a decrease to what you eat and switching to healthier foods are the principal scheme for anyone in the pursuit to lose weight. While protein is still helpful for weight loss, you need to consider the cons of eating too much, including the wear and tear on your kidneys. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: CALORIES TO MOVE Accounts for 20% of the daily calories you burn.

2 days ago · Plus, your saliva is a digestive aid, so chewing your food slower can assist you digest your food much better. When eating steak, try chewing it 30 times before you actually swallow it. In order to achieve any weight loss, you need to exercise. That does not mean you need to spend countless hours exercising everyday. There are 3,500 calories in a pound of fat.

Running one mile burns (on average) 100 calories. If you want to lose one pound of fat – then, you should run 35 miles. If you were to run 7 days a week, you would need to run 5 miles each day in order to lose one pound of fat in a week. Running is a great way to lose weight.

Countless women and men have shed excess pounds and kept them off with the aid of this simple form of exercise. Success is not guaranteed, however. A sensible diet is an essential complement to running for weight loss.

If this sounds like you, then Weight Loss Hypnosis: The Ultimate Guide to Lose Weight Fast and Naturally Fat Burn and Calorie Blast with Self-Hypnosis, Daily Weight Loss Meditation, Mini Habits, and Affirmations is the book for you!

List of related literature:

And last but not least, it’s a resource full of helpful information and tips that I’ve learned during and after my 120-pound weight loss on the ketogenic diet.

“Simply Keto: A Practical Approach to Health & Weight Loss, with 100+ Easy Low-Carb Recipes” by Suzanne Ryan
from Simply Keto: A Practical Approach to Health & Weight Loss, with 100+ Easy Low-Carb Recipes
by Suzanne Ryan
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

This chapter addresses each of these steps to help people lose weight intelligently and keep it off sensibly.

“Culinary Nutrition: The Science and Practice of Healthy Cooking” by Jacqueline B. Marcus
from Culinary Nutrition: The Science and Practice of Healthy Cooking
by Jacqueline B. Marcus
Elsevier Science, 2013

Daily self-monitoring of body weight, step count, fruit/ vegetable intake, and water consumption: a feasible and effective long-term weight loss maintenance approach.

“Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine” by James M. Rippe
from Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine
by James M. Rippe
Springer International Publishing, 2016

And countless diet books full of recommendations on how to change your eating habits aren’t necessarily based on sound scientific principles either.

“The Power of Fastercise: Using the New Science of Signaling Exercise to Get Surprisingly Fit in Just a Few Minutes a Day” by Denis Wilson
from The Power of Fastercise: Using the New Science of Signaling Exercise to Get Surprisingly Fit in Just a Few Minutes a Day
by Denis Wilson
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2019

While I didn’t follow Ferriss’ diet plan, I did glean mindset advice and a few hacks from his book.

“The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting: How I Lost Over 80 Pounds and Kept It Off Eating Whatever I Wanted” by Kayla Cox
from The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting: How I Lost Over 80 Pounds and Kept It Off Eating Whatever I Wanted
by Kayla Cox
Kayla Cox, 2018

There’s a lot of misinformation out there about how to lose weight and how to live a healthy lifestyle.

“State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet” by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
from State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet
by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
Rodale Books, 2013

The book also covers insightful rejuvenating nutritional and sensible slimming information to help you lose weight.

“Hollywood Beauty Secrets: Remedies to the Rescue” by Louisa Graves
from Hollywood Beauty Secrets: Remedies to the Rescue
by Louisa Graves
Ebookit.com, 2013

A number of years ago scientists at the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR) analyzed the nutritional guidelines presented in four diet books that were then popular: Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution, The New Beverly Hills Diet, Protein Power, and Suzanne Somers’ Get Skinny on Fabulous Food (Meinz n.d.).

“Racing Weight: How to Get Lean for Peak Performance” by Fitzgerald Matt
from Racing Weight: How to Get Lean for Peak Performance
by Fitzgerald Matt
VeloPress, 2012

But I still believe that the most important and effective path to improved health, vitality, and weight loss is longterm, consistent motivation, which is what most diets are missing—and that’s what Dr. Pam Peeke’s book, Body-for-LIFE for Women, is all about.

“Body for Life for Women: A Woman's Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation” by Pamela Peeke
from Body for Life for Women: A Woman’s Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation
by Pamela Peeke
Rodale Books, 2009

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Losing Weight (McQuillan, 1998) and Dieting for Dummies (Kirby, 1998) are well-rounded books that include sensible weight loss strategies, tips for spotting fraudulent fad diets, and healthy approaches to long-term lifestyle changes promoting weight maintenance.

“Handbook of Obesity Treatment” by Thomas A. Wadden, Albert J. Stunkard
from Handbook of Obesity Treatment
by Thomas A. Wadden, Albert J. Stunkard
Guilford Publications, 2004

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  • I loved this interview, all the information I needed to hear. The way she presents her points how difficult it is and the reality of the challenges I have. I felt as if she was talking straight at me. Thank you.

  • Would you share how much Protien? Daily or
    Per meal?
    Thank you for this video! It was Very encouraging & made
    The Plant Based diet clearer. I knew alot of what you said but some how it helped to
    Hear you speak about
    It with your clarity! ��

  • just saying yall if u season your broccoli with rosemary, thyme and garlic (optional cayenne pepper) its like ridiculously nice it kind of tastes like fries

  • ok shes being stupid about fruits too,,, i eat 0% fat except alge flax chia leafygreens,, and i know now how TOXIC FRUITS CAN BE,, i keep forgetting or thinking i exagerate,, UNTIL I EAT THEM AGAIN,, having so many symptoms from fkin WATER MELONS I ate yesterday,, i ate rice leafy greens and oatmeal too some berries in my oatmeal and flax,, im not gona blame those OBVIously,, not a trace of fat or any other sugars except fruits yesterday

    this channel starts to get on my nerve

  • I was 59-60kg for 12 years after giving birth. Gave Keto a try 3 months, lost 3-4kg and when I came off it my weight bounced back more to 66-67kg!
    It’s been 6-7months, low carb diet doesn’t work. I hope starting plant based diet today will not only help with weight loss but it ll be a new way of balanced eating I can enjoy for life too. The restrictions doesn’t work for a food lover like me! ��

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  • Any advice or help???!?!?

    I was WFPB for two years. I lost 30 lbs and felt great the first six months. I ate nothing but whole carb sources, no oils etc. carbs sources were mainly oats, rice, potatoes (regular and sweet) beans fruits and veggies. My macros were probably 60%-70% carbs and protein and fat were divided between the remainder respectively.

    Like I said first six months were great but I started to feel like complete crap so I started to take my BP everyday and the average was high 160/90, i decided to get blood work and the most alarming thing was my triglycerides at 360 something everything else normal, I would always have anxiety and panic attacks especially more at night and after my breakfast would feel tired and have brain fog, I tried to tweak it but nothing seemed to work. I was probably eating about 2300-2700 Kcal a day which is technically overeating Kcal for my BMR.

    I finally decided to add in animal products and my BP went down to average of 120/80, triglycerides went down to 90 everything else normal, hardly ever any anxiety or panic attacks and hardly ever any brain fog. Bowel movements sucked though!

    I want to go back to WFPB mainly due to cost of food and it makes sense to me and the great bowel movements i had daily..but I don’t want the negative results I experienced the first time.

    Any advice or help would be appreciated

  • I was planted based a few times. I was at my most healthy, I felt great. Then I went back to processed foods, eating meat, I gained 40lbs and now I feel absolutely miserable. I’m not much fun to be around now and I keep myself isolated from the world. Fun times. I dont know how to get off the addiction to meat, processed foods, and candy. Sweets are 8x more addictive than cocaine. Not sure how to heal it. Been trying for 30 years.

  • This was an excellent video to help me get excited about switching over to a plant based diet. It was organized well and very specific! Thanks for your hard work!!

  • Thank you for making sense so many professionals cause more confusion but you did a great job of opening our eyes to the pitfalls of a plant base diet thank you very much

  • pictures of nuts for a weight loss program,,,??? ok down voted already,,,

    reedited and unsubscribe,, seems like plant based is brain wash bull shit now (i mean those pictures didnt even come from that idiotic doctor,, it came from you guys obviously witch is even worses

  • I see several major differences between the 2 doctor’s views specially when it comes to starchy vegetables like potatoes, etc. I prefer McDougall.

  • Giving up low carb to real Whole Foods was the best thing I ever did. Weight started dropping off, sleep was no ether and I’m getting more protein than I did under low carb.

  • I have spent months researching into weight loss and found a great website at Triple trim formula (google it if you’re interested)

  • Thank you so much for this. I was getting lost for a few weeks but this video brought me firmly back. I am halfway to my goal. My doctor is very pleased.

  • Don’t worry about healthy carbs? Try arguing that with doctors and scientists behind Metabolic Research Center or Ideal Protein. Even the coaches at Weight Watchers will suggest watching your fruit carbs when dealing with weight loss plateau.

  • What was your split like on low cals? Weekly volume? ( you said 3-5sets but didn’t clarify, per week,day)? Thanks i’m on day 3 myself.

  • Since I went vegan and eating Whole Foods, I watched myself deflate and loose 35lbs over six months time. I now get sick when I eat dairy or any type of meat,excluding eggs.My skin,hair and nails looks great,too.

  • Another nutrient doctor that calls calories the bad guy. Saturated fats bad, meat bad, life bad as long as your not going vegan.
    All this have been proven wrong from the get go. But some doctors dont want to update and do what they belive is working, how many of her patients actually manage in keeping and lowering their weight?
    Counting calories and eating just plants dont work in the long run. I know. Stopped listening to these pros, now lost 30kg and my blood works are excellent, better than my doctors consider healthy patients, some of them actually vegans… gonna leve it to that.
    Now the vegan diet have many flaws and are unhealthy as many people who have been vegans for year have noticed. Getting sick and dont know what is causing it, well when they discover it they know they been lied to for ages.
    I’m gonna give the easy 3 reasons.
    Vitamin A, Vitamin B12 and omega 3. And please do read your self up on the Omega 3 from plants before comment on that one.
    These you get from animal proteins, only!
    Also there is alot of other vitamins and minerals you only get from animal products, that is better versions than the plant based ones.
    Also plants have alot of anti nutrients something animal products dont have. With that means nutrients that blocks further intake of nutrient or just is worth nothing to you as you cant convert it.
    Some vegetables we can only benefit from when we cook it, meat we can eat raw and we get the nutrient we need from it, just dont have the jaw strength or teeth as cooking have made our jaws and teeth weaker thanks to evolution.
    Nature is a funny area of expertise, all poisons comes with an antidote, carbs are not different. Sugar actually comes with a fiber package…
    Sugar is a plant so it must be good for you right…

  • 00:10 PART 1: weight loss tips
    03:20 PART 2: myths in the mainstream
    07:54 PART 3: obesogenic environments
    9:15 PART 4: fad diets
    10:40 PART 5: recommended dietary changes
    12:57 PART 6: plant-based weight loss
    13:28 PART 7: how to transition
    16:40 PART 8: calories
    18:48 PART 9: avoiding oil and sugar
    20:53 PART 10: avoiding salt
    21:49 PART 11: meal recommendations
    23:30 PART 12: talking to your doctor
    25:02 PART 13: other weight loss factors

  • I gave up smoking, drinking alcohol and became a vegan all in 1 day.
    I was sick and tired of being sick and tired. I’ll never go back now (8 month).

  • I’m at the very top of the OK range of the BMI scale for my height. To me that is 15-20 pounds too high. I’ve been plant based for almost 8 months and have only lost 10 pounds. I stopped eating dried fruit and nuts and natural peanut butter. I eat beans, rice, potatoes, some speghetti with tomato sauce, and frozen vegetables and canned vegetables. I don’t eat anything with oil in it. Nor do I add oils. Sometimes I eat oatmeal with some fruit inside. I really want to know why I’m not losing more weight. I even stopped eating after dinner. I only drink water too. I see videos of Dr. Milton Mills and he isn’t slim either. I look slimmer than he does but can clearly see I’ve got more weight to lose. Dr. McDougall says that carbohydrates should be 80% of our diet. I might try adding more fruit to see what happens. Anybody else plant based but not losing much weight?

  • I only eat grass, strong like an Ox. Ive never felt better all my life. I’ve lost all my weight, I throw up at several times a day, my doctor said my liver is failing, my inflammation and CRP levels are off the charts because of my autoimmune disease but I want to save the animals. Is Jesus can suffer and so can we. Ahmen/Ella Akbar

  • Its still amaze me just how lots of people don’t know about Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google) despite the fact that a lot of people lost a lot of weight with it. Thanks to my personal mate who told me about it. I’ve lost tons of fat.

  • Hi everyone, can you share your thoughts on meatless ‘meats’ (beyond meat, gardien, morning star etc)? I know these are processed but just wanted to know your personal thoughts. Do you use these or is it only sometimes, just limited? I’m really trying to transition into a more plant-based diet. Not necessarily a whole foods because I want to continue using olive oil for healthy fat. But I know there is a lot of substitutions for meats. What do you think of tofu also?

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  • Thanks for you input about carbs. Beans are full of carbs and I eat them more than anything for protein. The keto thing drives me insane. I couldn’t even consider it.

  • Went Plant based and felt so much better, but really struggle with the fact that I have a soy allergy that triggers migraines, HATE Tofu. And I really love to cook so tried it a million ways and the other thing I have noticed is the “plant based meat” like Gardine or Impossible, etc. Cause my stomach to really hurt. It is enough that I don’t want to eat them. Does anyone else have this issue or suggestions.

  • Dr. McMacken, your video was so informative. Speaking on #10 avoiding salt: I tend to run hyponatremic no matter what I do to increase dietary intake. I do not believe my salt intake is excessive, as I attempt to compensate. I am mindful to add liquid aminos, sea salt, kosher salt, or miso to my meal preps. (Last serum NA+ was 130…improvement from 128 without meds or loosing mental capacities while working full time in healthcare). I eat 100% vegan, 95%ish organic and unprocessed. Overall, not close to complying with a SAD. Last year at this time I weighed about 140-143 pounds (vegan, still eating oil and more processed foods). I now run between 118-124 (I am close, but no longer 5’7″). I do not use the plate method; however, I think it is a very helpful, useful visual and tool to weight loss and nutritious eating. Thanks for educating and sharing your knowledge.