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Quick Weight Loss E-zines, Issue #008 -- August 2009
August 03, 2009

Calories Needed Per Day
To Lose Weight

The number of calories needed per day to promote weight loss can be determined by performing some basic calculations. However, when determining how many calories should be consumed per day to help people lose weight, there are a number of areas that need to be taken into consideration first.

Obviously everyone is different when it comes to their own, individual calorie expenditure based on their metabolic rate . Plus, a personís activity level from work and exercise also has an impact on their calories needed per day in order to lose weight.

The number of calories per day that is recommended for a person to maintain or lose weight is really an arbitrary figure simply because the amount of calories the body uses each day can vary so much due to so many factors. Plus, everyone's body burns up calories at a different rate.

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Top Ten Reasons To Exercise

Here are the top ten reasons to exercise. These will explain the major benefits to exercise and hopefully help you create the motivation necessary to make exercise a permanent part of your lifestyle.

1. Elevates your metabolism . Any exercise will substantially elevate your metabolism, which means you burn more calories (and more body fat) every day. By keeping your metabolism elevated you slow down the natural physical decline that normally starts to occur around the age of 30.

2. Increases your aerobic capacity (fitness level) and muscular endurance. This will enable you to go through the day with more energy and enthusiasm and you will achieve more because your body is more Ďfatigue-resistantí.

3. Maintains, tones, and strengthens your muscles. This prevents muscle atrophy (wasting), which is considered a typical part of aging. Not only does a toned, strong body look great but it also gives you greater confidence, makes daily physical tasks easier and improves your health.

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Sign of High Blood Sugar

A major sign of high blood sugar is intense thirst. However, there are many signs to look for that can indicate dangerous blood sugar levels. In this section we will cover some of the symptoms of high blood sugar.

We will also examine what options you have in order to overcome this condition that is now becoming a major problem in our society. The incidence of high blood sugar (hyperglycaemia) is growing at a rapid rate and leads to many diseases such as type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease and stroke, just to name a few.

Here are the signs of high blood sugar. If you have any of these, you may need to start using these steps immediately. They will show you how to reduce blood sugar fast and even overcome certain diseases that result from dangerous blood sugar levels.

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Why You Should Lose Weight Healthily

First of all letís think about the problems of being overweight in the first place. Maintaining a healthy weight level goes far beyond mere cosmetic reasons. Maintaining a healthy weight is a crucial part of overall good health. Keep your weight within the healthy range, and you'll not only feel better, you'll lower your risk of heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. And when it comes to weight, even small improvements can work wonders for your health. Remember then that while a lot of people donít like the way they look when they're carrying excess weight, that losing weight isnít just about looking better, it's much healthier too.

Currently we face an obesity epidemic that seems to show no sign of abating. It seems not a week goes by without some new report into increasing levels of obesity being released by the media. So whatís causing this epidemic?

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I hope you've enjoyed this issue of the Quick Weight Loss E-zine.

I wish you all the very best with your weight-loss efforts!

Regards,

Steve.

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