Amare mental wellness business incentive trip to Riviera Maya

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Diet which allows fruits, dairy and vegetarian friendly

Fruits contain sugars (especially over ripe ones) and vitamin C and other nutrients and fibers.  Sour fruits and vitamin C-rich fruits have anti-cancer properties.

Diet which allows fruits include:

  • Carb cycling
  • Plant paradox
  • Intuitive eating
  • Dr Grundry’s diet evolution
  • The Flexitarian diet
  • The fast diet
  • Dash diet
  • The lose your belly diet
  • The Mediterranean diet
  • The MIND diet
  • The SETPOINT diet
  • NOOM

 

1200 calorie for 50 plus , standing and sleeping effects on calories burned

With slowing of metabolism and hormonal decline, women over 50 can benefit from eating around 1200 calories per day, sleeping and standing more.

Standing quietly, a 150-pound person burns about 114 calories per hour, or 912 calories in eight hours.

During sleep, a person’s weight and the number of hours he or she sleeps determines how many calories you burn sleeping. Normally, a person burns about 0.42 caloriesfor every pound each hour of sleep. For instance, a 150 lb. person burns about 63 calories in one hour.

An hour-long massage can burn more calories than you might think — 230 calories — the same as an hour of light weight training.

Calories Burned While Breathing — or Sleeping

Instead of using a specific formula, you can simply look up the average number of calories burned on a chart, such as the one in the Harvard Heart Letter. According to the chart, in 30 minutes of sleep a 125-pound person burns 19 calories, while a 185-pound person burns 28 calories. Sleeping is the one time that you can be sure that you’re only breathing.

Some research indicates that drinking water can help to burn calories. In a 2014 study, 12 people who drank 500 mL of cold and room temperature waterexperienced an increase in energy expenditure. Theyburned between 2 and 3 percent more calories than usual in the 90 minutes after drinking the water.

Other ways to burn calories

Crying, laughing, dancing, fidgeting, sleeping and walking

That is enough to lose between 1–4lbs a year. According to research conducted by Vanderbilt University Medical Center, laughing for 10 to 15 minutes burns between 10 and 40 calories a day. Laughing for a cumulative 15 minutes a day burns from 10 to 40 calories, enough to burn off three or four unsalted crackers.

A 150-pound person will burn 34 calories per hour during Sitting while doing arts and crafts, light effort, see CalorieLab to customize.

Comparing to Inactivity
30 mins of inactivity for example just sitting and watching television burns 43 calories for a typical man and 37 calories for a typical woman. Which means drawing, writing, painting, standing burns 2.0 times more calories than the equivalent time of inactivity for an average man and 1.8 times more calories for an average female.

  • Hatha yoga | 228 calories/hour
  • Ballroom dancing | 273 calories/hour
  • Tai Chi | 273 calories/hour
  • A brisk walk | 391 calories/hour

Calcium and magnesium, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Omega fatty acids supplements

The results showed a combination of calcium intake, fewer calories, and exercise increased 24-hour fat burning by more than 30%. Further research published in the International Journal of Obesity found 1,200 milligrams of supplemental calcium per day decreased production of fatty acid synthase.

Fish oil

Fish oil can activate brown adipose tissue to burn fat and help with weight loss.

Cold temperatures

Cold temperatures activate brown fat, earlier research has shown. “Your hypothalamus detects that, which in turn activates the sympathetic nervous system,” explains Dr. Majid Fotuhi, medical director of NeuroGrow Brain Fitness Center in Virginia, who was not involved in the study. When that happens, brown fat cells get the signal to generate heat through the activation of a protein called UCP1.

Fruits

Watermelon

This juicy fruit provides only 30 calories per 100 grams and keeps you hydrated. It is rich in amino acid arginine which helps in burning fat.

Guava

They are rich in fiber, have low glycemic index and prevent constipation. They also activate the metabolic rate which helps in weight loss.

Pear

A great source of Vitamin C, pear is the perfect fruit for weight loss. It is packed with fiber which keeps you full for longer as it gets digested slowly. Pears are also known to keep your cholesterol levels in check.

Oranges

Add some tang to your diet with this nutrient-dense, low-calorie fruit. Oranges provide only 47 calories per 100 grams. Orange is considered to be a negative calorie fruit which means that it contains less calories than what your body requires to burn it. Simply put, you burn more than you eat.

Blueberries

Popularly known as a superfood, blueberries are rich in antioxidants and help in boosting metabolic rate. Regular consumption is also known to reduce insulin resistance, hypertension and cholesterol.

Strawberries

These beautiful looking berries help in the production of fat burning hormones adiponectin and leptin resulting in higher metabolism.

Peaches

They are very filling as water composes 89 percent of their weight. Being rich in fiber, they help in reducing hunger.

MIND Diet modified to kill parasites

mind diet.JPGThe MIND diet recommends:

  • Green leafy vegetables (like spinach and salad greens): at least six servings a week
    Other vegetables: at least one a day
  • Spice: ginger, thyme, oregano, rosemary, other spices
    Nuts: five servings a week
    Berries: two or more servings a week
    Beans: at least three servings a week
    Whole grains: three or more servings a day (soak before cooking)
    Fish: once a week
    Poultry (like chicken or turkey): two times a week
    Olive oil: use it as your main cooking oil.
    Wine: one glass a day

The diet discourages:

  • Red meat: more than four servings a week
    Butter and stick margarine: more than a tablespoon daily
    Cheese: more than one serving a week
    Pastries and sweets: more than five servings a week
    Fried or fast food: more than one serving a week

Modified MIND diet by Connie

  • Avoid 1 glass of red wine every night, switch to 1x per week when you have allergies, skin issues and parasites

Garlic, honey, pumpkin seeds, and papaya seeds are all touted as antiparasitic foods to include in your diet. Some natural practitioners go a step further and recommend a grain-free, sugar-free diet. Others recommend limiting fruit intake in order to further reduce dietary sugars.

To prevent further parasitic infections after cleansing, natural practitioners recommend that you avoid eating raw or under cooked meat and seafood. When traveling internationally, avoid:

  • water that isn’t purified and bottled
  • ice
  • fruits you can’t peel
  • swimming or bathing in freshwater
  • foods prepared by vendors on the street

Why grains can affect us badly

Grains contain proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Many components of grains cause problems to non-herbivore animals and humans including lectins (such as wheat germ agglutinin), saponins, phytates, amylopectin A, gluten, and others. For example, lectins in grains are produced by the plants to kill insects and fungi so that the grain is protected and can serve as seed for new plants. Lectins are also toxic for dogs, cats and humans. They cannot be inactivated with the heat of normal baking or cooking but many can be inactivated by soaking the grains for some days before cooking or by pressure cooking.

Email motherhealth@gmail.com to personalize your diet based on your current health needs. Be added in the list if you are helping lower chronic care cost:

Calculate your Body Mass Index – BMI

BMI

https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm

Waist Circumference

Measuring waist circumference helps screen for possible health risks that come with overweight and obesity. If most of your fat is around your waist rather than at your hips, you’re at a higher risk for heart disease and type 2 diabetes. This risk goes up with a waist size that is greater than 35 inches for women or greater than 40 inches for men. To correctly measure your waist, stand and place a tape measure around your middle, just above your hipbones. Measure your waist just after you breathe out.

The table Risks of Obesity-Associated Diseases by BMI and Waist Circumference provides you with an idea of whether your BMI combined with your waist circumference increases your risk for developing obesity-associated diseases or conditions.

Risk Factors for Health Topics Associated With Obesity

Along with being overweight or obese, the following conditions will put you at greater risk for heart disease and other conditions:

Risk Factors

  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • High LDL cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol)
  • Low HDL cholesterol (“good” cholesterol)
  • High triglycerides
  • High blood glucose (sugar)
  • Family history of premature heart disease
  • Physical inactivity
  • Cigarette smoking

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