“I agree, eating too little & putting yourself into a situation of calorie deficit will naturally cause you to lose weight but at the same time could be harmful to your health.
Sticking to good food choices means that you don't have to starve yourself to keep slim.”
anitafeeney on Sep 14, 2012 at 08:42:41
“i will be sticking to my fruits and veggies and NON fast food i just dont see this as healthy and only started losing weight when i started eating the above things and STOPPED eating the fast food and at places like dunkin donuts and starbucks ( not that i can afford starbucks dunkin is more my speed lol slightly cheaper but not by much than starbucks but i dont eat the food either i just get a coffeee or two )”
Aug 1, 2012 at 05:39:41
“Very interesting post & another interesting story comes from Professor Tim Noakes, sports scientist, who did an about turn on his eating philosophies mainly because he was dead set against going the same way as his father & uncle who both died of diabetes.
He discovered that his diet was leading him down the same road as his father & consequently modified his eating habits & food choices which resulted in him enjoying improved health as well as significant weight loss.
He committed to a new, low carb diet that has essentially cut out all the harmful sugars & simple carbs that end up getting deposited in your fat cells & gut that cause insulin issues & obesity.
Read more about how he dodged the diabetes bullet & the foods that he has cut out of his diet & how he lost all his weight:
“Jacqui's story is a massive inspiration to anyone wanting to lose excess body weight & to get into shape - just shows that with commitment, hard work & discipline anybody can lose just about any amount of weight over a given amount of time.
Anyone who has succeeded will know how much the effort was worth it to get back their self confidence with their "new" shape.”
Jun 1, 2012 at 05:53:33
“Good luck Anita I'm sure if you're committed to losing those 40 pounds you will achieve it & do not get too despondent if the results don't come quickly.
It's better to stick to a long term healthy eating plan & you will get rid of your weight without it coming back - if you lose it too quickly there's always the chance you'll revert to you old, bad eating habits & out the weight back on.”
anitafeeney on Jun 1, 2012 at 07:30:06
“well it is a matter of bieng strictwih myself right now actually ironically enough its not the junkfood i miss most right now its the soda i miss and right now that is the hump i have to get over i thank you for your kind words and encouragement though you are right i will say this right now i like richard simmons very much lol and the deal a meal plan he has is very good actually am havng a hard time eatingwhat i am allowed to eat right now just no apetite but not eating is no good either so i make myself do it dont eat everything but i am not starvig myself either ”
May 31, 2012 at 07:30:07
“Weight loss results achieved by people like Chander are such an inspiration to those who struggle to lose their extra mass.
It just goes to show that a balanced diet combined with an exercise routine will produce results & leave you looking & feeling better.”
anitafeeney on Jun 1, 2012 at 05:10:05
“i know his story is helping me right now and i didnt want to do my video when i got home but i am his story helps me see there is a light at the end of the tunnel for me thankfully i only have to lose 40 pounds i am not as bad off as some”
“One of the best weight loss & improved health stories is that of Professor Tim Noakes who did an about turn on his eating philosophies. He, as are many other people, discovered that he is carbohydrate resistant & went on a low carb diet which resulted in significant weight loss & feelings of renewed vigor & energy.
The main thing is that he committed to a new, low carb diet that has essentially cut out all the harmful sugars & simple carbs that end up getting deposited in your fat cells 7 gut.
Feb 19, 2013 at 02:26:53
“I couldn't agree more about sugar & since I've stopped consuming sugar in most forms I feel so much better (& lighter).
In fact Professor Tim Noakes, sports scientist, has strong views on not eating sugar but all carbohydrates, especially simple carbs as well as potatoes & white rice etc, that get converted into glucose as soon as they are digested & usually end up getting deposited into your gut as fat.
So in my opinion, if you do nothing else at least stop eating sugar, it has to be one of the worst things to put into our bodies - adds weight & causes serious health issues not least of all diabetes, why do you think children are getting type2 diabetes?
Read more about how Prof Noakes' low carb diet can help you enjoy improved health as well as significant weight loss:
Sep 4, 2012 at 01:41:47
“Yes simple carbs are the real poison however for people who are carbohydrate resistant (CR), of which there are many, need to watch their total carbohydrate intake otherwise they tend to put on weight quickly & expose themselves to other health & insulin issues.”
“Reducing sugars and other simple carbs is certainly the right idea, but there is no need for a 'low-carb' diet if you eat mostly complex carbs. Like carbs, all fats are not equal as well. Bad fats (saturated and trans) should be avoided, while good fats (poly- and mono-unsaturated) are an important part of a healthy diet.”
Jun 7, 2012 at 07:15:50
“Wow what a good news story Charles & an inspiration to many who are struggling with their weight.
Obesity is growing (excuse the pun) all over the world & one of the biggest causes of diabetes which can negatively affect your vision amongst other things.
Bad dietary choices & eating habits will contribute to obesity resulting in diabetes which is a killer.
Just recently Prof Tim Noakes, who lost his father to diabetes, has connected the dots & realized that a high carb diet, especially amongst CR (carbohydrate resistant) people is the major cause of obesity & poor health.
He has since modified his dietary choices & has almost completely cut out carbohydrate from his diet with amazing results which include significant weight loss as well as feelings of youthful energy.
May 23, 2012 at 09:08:26
“An opinion shared by Tim Noakes, renowned sports science professor, is that carbohydrates (especially simple carbs) contribute towards obesity & diabetes especially amongst people who are CR (carbohydrate resistant).
Furthermore with his new found low carb diet he has realized significant weight loss as well as improved energy levels & health.
Read more on Tim Noakes views on carbohydrates here: http://www.total-health-fitness.com/blog/tim-noakes-on-carbohydrates”