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Poll: Shoud I have my hair colored like Miley Cyrus Red hair ?
Question: Shoud I have my hair colored like Miley Cyrus Red hair ?
• yes
• no
• stay blone highlights
• go for a coppery red
• i dont care

Created at 01:48:54 PM 2009.10.01

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Considering that the muscles and neovrus system get most of their energy from carbohydrate energy, why would you want to low-carb it? Carbohydrates also have a "protein sparing" effect, keeping you from having to convert protein into glucose for energy. Once you remember that bodyfat is merely stored energy (and will stay right where it is so long as the calorie demands of the body are met by diet), and that the body uses carbohydrates along with protein and fat for energy, you'll see that you're really needing a reduced-calorie diet not low-carb.Start by calculating your basal metabolic rate (BMR). This is a very close estimation of how many calories your body requires to simply maintain the bodyweight that you have now, and it's quite simple to figure:Men Add a zero to the end of your bodyweight, then add double your bodyweight to that amount. For example, a 200lbs man would do this: 2000+400=2,400. He requires roughly 2,400 calories per day to maintain his existing weight. For weight loss, aiming for 2,000 per day makes sense, along with burning an additional amount by way of voluntary excercise.Women Add a zero to the end of your bodyweight, then add your bodyweight. For example, a 130lbs woman would use the following calculation: 1300+130= 1,430. 1,430 calories per day is what's required to maintain her bodyweight.The most you should shoot for is around 2lbs per week in weightloss, since it becomes harder and harder to maintain a balanced diet the less food that you consume and I don't care how cosmetic our culture is! It's never worth trading your health for weight loss. Besides, a radical departure from the way you're used to eating will only give you temporary results; you'll gain it all back once you start eating "normally" again. Losing weight in the manner described above allows you to maintain what you've achieved, since you'll be able to calculate how many calories you need in order to stay where you're happy with how you look.References : Licensed personal trainer and dietician.

by Robert 07:03:29 PM 2013.01.27
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