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Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Keeping Dieting Simple for Greater Weight Loss Success


When you are dieting it is easy to bounce from one good sounding diet to the next in your bid to lose weight fast. Those who enjoy the most success when losing weight are those who are sensible about the process. Here are some tips that will help you to lose weight sensibly without making you crazy in the process.

The best way to start any attempt to lose excess weight is to record everything that you eat, and what you were doing at the time you were eating as well as how you felt during the meal or snack. Your food diary will reveal a lot about your eating habits. Your eating habits are what makes up your eating pattern which typically involves overeating for a variety of reasons including emotional eating (when you are upset, nervous, or even excited), to avoid having to talk at meals, or because you just love food and have no idea how much food you should be eating at each meal or snack. The food diary will tell a lot about what foods you eat, your food temptations, your emotional state while eating and how often you eat.

Another smart tip is to brush your teeth if you feel tempted to eat a sweet or other goodie that would destroy your goal of losing weight. Most people have an aversion to eating food right after brushing. If you must, give in to the temptation to cheat on your diet with a tasty morsel or sweet by giving yourself permission to eat it, but only half of the food item instead of the entire thing. Another way to avoid temptation is to wait ten minutes before letting yourself have the goodie in order to give yourself time to focus on other things instead of eating. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t depending on your ability to be distracted and your willpower to lose weight.

Building up willpower is sometimes easier if you have motivation that is right in front of your face when temptation to stray from your diet rears its ugly head. A motivational reminder can be a picture of the new bathing suit your are hoping to wear when you lose weight, or a photo of a wedding couple as a reminder that you want to lose weight before your wedding. Anything that is a physical reminder of your reason for wanting to lose weight will be a visible reminder when you are being tempted.

Make sure that your weight loss goals are reasonable ones and that they are attainable in the time frame that you have given yourself. Make smaller goals along the way to your ultimate goal. Get adequate amounts of sleep, drink 8 glasses of water a day, exercise daily, avoid sugar and eat smaller more frequent meals are perhaps the most important weight loss tips. Have a buddy to go through your weight loss program with, one who is also trying to lose weight or one who is able to support you and understand your weight loss efforts. Drink a full glass of water as soon as you wake up, and before each meal and snack. A full glass of cold water to start your day also starts your metabolism. A metabolism that has been jumpstarted with a glass of cold water will burn more calories than a person who wakes, and does other activities besides drinking water or eating. When you drink adequate amounts of water, the water acts as a diuretic, which will then cut down on the water retention and give you a full feeling before meals and snacks so you eat less.

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha


WHAT IS BLOOD ? UNDERSTAND MUTIPLE MYELOMA

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010
Understanding Multiple Myeloma – What is Blood?


Multiple myeloma is a cancer affecting plasma cells, which are a type of white blood cell.

Blood is pumped around your body to supply oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and take away waste products. It is made up of:

  • red cells — carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body
    Red cells
  • white cells — fight infection
    White cells
  • platelets — form clots to stop bleeding.
    Platelets

The different kinds of blood cells are made by the bone marrow (the spongy part in the centre of bones). The bone marrow contains stem cells, which are primitive blood cells that develop into either red cells, white cells or platelets. When a stem cell matures, in most cases it is released into the bloodstream.
Plasma cells, which are affected in multiple myeloma, are a type of white blood cell that normally remains in the bone marrow. They:

  • form part of the immune system
  • help fight infection by making proteins called antibodies, which attack bacteria and viruses that infect the body.

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha