how to burn off a donut

De­v­ide the num­ber of calo­ries by 100. That's about how many miles you'd nedd to walk or run to burn off those calo­ries. A 300-calo­rie donut takes 3 miles.

Amazing Wellness - - GO AROMATHERAPY - Dr. David Fried­man’s blog: doc­tor­david­fried­ blog Dr. Ja­son Fung’s blog: idm­pro­ Low-carb di­ets and in­ter­mit­tent fasting: di­et­doc­ Carb and calo­rie track­ing, apps and on­line: carb­scon­ Weight Watch­ers: weight­watch­ W

Th e pro­gram is de­signed to pro­duce a weight loss of up to 2 pounds per week, with­out des­ig­nat­ing any foods off-lim­its. Stud­ies have found that it may not pro­duce quite as much weight loss in the

fi rst few weeks as a low-carb ap­proach, but is more likely to be sus­tain­able a year later, and is gen­er­ally more ef­fec­tive than try­ing to re­duce calo­ries and por­tion sizes with­out the struc­tured pro­gram.


Di­ets that aim to elim­i­nate trig­gers of food sen­si­tiv­i­ties and re­lated health prob­lems may or may not tar­get weight loss, but it can be a wel­come side ef­fect. Whole30, for ex­am­ple, is a strict 30-day reg­i­men that elim­i­nates all the major food-in­tol­er­ance trig­gers, in­clud­ing grains, dairy, legumes, sugar, and cer­tain food ad­di­tives.

Ac­cord­ing to co­founder Melissa Hartwig, it wasn’t de­signed for weight loss, but 96 per­cent of peo­ple who com­plete the pro­gram lose, on av­er­age, be­tween 6 and 15 pounds. On the other hand, the Wheat Belly diet, which elim­i­nates all forms of wheat, re­fined and whole, was de­signed for both weight loss and over­all health.


Would you rather skip some meals and snacks, forego sweet and starchy foods, ditch dairy or wheat, or eat a lit­tle of ev­ery­thing but in mod­er­a­tion? Choos­ing the path that’s most ap­peal­ing to you is the fi rst step to weight-loss suc­cess. Check these out for more info and recipes:

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