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My Thoughts on Cycling and Weight Loss | The Radavist
That’s over four years of steady, slow weight loss. Any doctor I’ve talked to has told me that is the key. Weight loss should come from a lifestyle change, from diet, to physical exercise and it should happen over time. If you rush it, you’ll do your body more harm than good.
That said, here are the main changes I made with my lifestyle. Granted, you shouldn’t try to go all in here. Just make small changes. Cutting yourself off from your favorite foods sucks. Instead, treat them as a reward.
cycling  tip  how-to  dieta  emagrecimento  treino 
august 2014 by rtopitt
How to Win an Argument With a Nutritionist
Many dietitians are NOT basing their nutrition advice on the latest science.

The general guidelines are completely outdated. They have barely changed in the past few decades, even though nutrition science has advanced greatly.

By far the best way to win an argument about nutrition is to have a link to a good scientific study. Nutrition is science, after all, although it often tends to resemble religion or politics.

If you ever find yourself in an argument with an outdated nutrition professional, vegan or low-fat zealot, then feel free to use the answers and studies listed below.
nutrição  top10  dieta  alimentação  emagrecimento  boa_prática  mito  fato  reference  science 
january 2014 by rtopitt
Researchers Claim To Discover the Single Most Efficient Exercise Regimen
Participants in the study put in three 20-minute stints on an exercise bike per week for 12 weeks. During the sessions, they would repeatedly sprint for eight seconds, then pedal slowly for 12. The researchers claim that the subjects lost as much weight with this single hour of exercise per week as they would have with five to seven hours of jogging.
estudo  exercício  efetividade  dieta  emagrecimento  treino  tip  bicycle 
june 2013 by rtopitt

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