Weight Loss for Women - Metric Edition by Vincent Antonetti, Ph.D.

Weight Loss for Women - Metric Edition

byVincent Antonetti, Ph.D.

Kobo ebook | May 19, 2014

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This weight loss guide is packed with all the information you need for real understanding, the guidance you need to be successful, and easy-to-use 900 kcal, 1200 kcal and 1500 kcal meal plans you need to lose weight - with strong chapters on nutrition and exercise.

Weight Loss for Women has new BMI-based Height-Weight table as well as new tables you can use to predict your weight loss for various diet calorie levels, determine your body-fat percentage, your maximum waist size, your optimum waist size and much more.

This is another easy-to follow, sensible eBook you can trust from NoPaperPress. (Metric units, PhD author)


What Should You Weigh?
BMI-Based Weight vs Height
Percent Body Fat
Percent Body Fat Tables
Waist to Hip Ratio
Maximum Waist Size
Optimum Waist Size

Activity Energy & Activity Levels
When Does Weight Change Occur?
What About Counting Carbs?
Weight Watchers’ Points?
The Best Weight-Loss Diets
Weight Loss Math
Weight Loss Prediction Tables
Weight Variations Due to Water
The Dreaded Weight Loss Plateau
Weight Loss Maxims
Planning Weight Loss Eating
Set Meals – Easier Calorie Control
Pre-Planned Diets
Helpful Diet Strategies
Exchanging Foods
Simple is Better
Get Good Calorie Ref
Estimating Portion Sizes
How to Handle Overeating
Keep a Log of What You Eat
Can You Target Weight Loss?
Losing Belly Fat

Why Do People Regain Weight?
Weight Control - Life-Long Struggle
Planning Maintenance Eating
Mini Diets Maintain Weight Loss
Keys to Life-Long Weight Control

Proteins are Building Blocks
You Need Carbs
Glycemic Index
Glycemic Load - More Meaning
Cholesterol and Triglycerides
The Skinny on Fat
Vitamins and Minerals
Guidelines for Healthy Eating
Basic Food Groups
Vitamin/Mineral Supplements
Become a Calorie Expert
Estimating Calories in a Meal
You Need Fiber
Use Salt Sparingly
Not Too Much Sugar
Common-Sense Nutrition

How Many Calories Do You Burn?
Select the Right Exercise
Aerobic Exercise: How Hard?
Target-Training Zone
Walking Program
Jogging Program
Strength-Building Programs
More Strengthening Exercises
If You Miss a Workout
Avoiding Injury
Effective Low-Cost Exercising

Table 1 Body Mass Index (BMI)
Table 2 Weight Profile vs. BMI
Table 3 BMI-Based Weight vs. Height
Table 4 Age-Adjusted Body Fat Percentage
Table 5 Approx Percent Body Fat
Table 6 Max Waist - Ages 20 to 40
Table 7 Max Waist - Ages 41 to 60
Table 8 Max Waist - Ages 61 to 80
Table 9 Optimum Waist - Ages 20 to 40
Table 10 Optimum Waist - Ages 41 to 60
Table 11 Optimum Waist - Ages 61 to 80
Table 12 Select Weight Loss Table
Table 13 Portion of Table 16
Table 14 Weight Loss - Inactive - 18 to 35
Table 15 Weight Loss - Active - 18 to 35
Table 16 Weight Loss - Inactive - 36 to 55
Table 17 Weight Loss - Active - 36 to 55
Table 18 Weight Loss - Inactive - 56 to 75
Table 19 Weight Loss - Active - 56 to 75
Table 20 Sample Weight Loss Eating Plan
Table 21 900-kcal Menus
Table 22 1,200-kcal Menus
Table 23 1,500-kcal Menus
Table 24 Sample Daily Food Log
Table 25 Weight Maintenance kcal
Table 26 Sample Maintenance Eating Plan
Table 27 Glycemic Rank of Common Foods
Table 28 Fats in Foods
Table 29 RDA for Selected Vitamins
Table 30 RDA for Selected Minerals
Table 32 Calorie Rank of Common Foods
Table 33 Calories Burned vs. Activity
Table 34 Walking Program for Beginners
Table 35 Sample Exercise Log

Title:Weight Loss for Women - Metric EditionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 19, 2014Publisher:Nopaperpress, LLCLanguage:English

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