Lately I have already been fighting my weight reduction. Weight Watchers says that 90% of plateaus aren’t caused by metabolic problems or “water weight” 90% of plateaus are caused by lessened effort. I am sure that’s true of me — sometimes I wait around too long to consume and then just grab whatever is fastest, within reason, of course.
But I understood that I’ve not been lax often enough to account for this long plateau. I described this to my support partner, along with my contention that it was my psychological state causing the plateau. He placed a relevant question mark over this assertion. How would that work? He was very subtle, and quiet about it, but I ended our call on Thursday with that question mark hanging over my head where the light-bulb is currently. So, . . . I go. I recalculated my BMI – Body Mass Index — (yep, still obese) and my BMR – Basal METABOLIC PROCESS — predicated on today. I QUICKLY calculated my desired BMI and my BMR within my goal weight.
They found that green tea raises metabolism by 2.9% and 4% and fat reducing by 12% and 35% respectively. If you burn 2,000 calories a day, this means a savings of to 80 calories up, a yr or 8 pounds, not bad for a few cups of soothing tea just! After a few years, each little cup results in a gigantic slimming effect. How quickly you lose weight depends upon your diet … Read the rest