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Weight Loss: 10 Valuable Tips For People Who Want to Lose Weight Fast
Date:2/6/2013

f sleep disrupts hormone levels which leads to overeating; a healthy breakfast "sets" your metabolism and prevents binge eating later in the day.

Tip # 5
Drink eight glasses of water every day: drinking water raises your metabolism. Water contains zero calories (a 12-ounce soda contains 200 calories that have no nutritional value).

Tip # 6
Eat A lot of lean protein: the body burns 30% of each protein calorie during digestion versus only 8% for carbs and 2% for fat. Lean low calorie protein sources include – fish, eggs, turkey, chicken, nuts, beans and lentils.

Tip# 7
Eat five or six small meals every day: when you eat large meals your body uses only what it needs and "stores" the rest of fat cells for times of famine.

Tip# 8
Raise your metabolism with high intensity resistance training: muscle requires 60 times more calories than fat for daily maintenance. As you add muscle your body burns more energy just maintaining itself.

Tip # 9
Raise your metabolism with interval cardio: doing cardiovascular exercise where your heart rate is raised in high intensity intervals burns more calories than slow go aerobics.

Tip# 10
Connect with your power of purpose: write down the reasons why you want to lose weight. Then make multiple copies of the statement and put them in places where you can refer to them throughout the day.

Penitentiary Fitness: the Amazing Weight Loss Formula is a 176-page book available at Amazon.com. Read free sample chapters at the author's website http://www.JohnBarrettHawkins.com.

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