Friday, June 12, 2009
I am always searching for new and reliable information about health and fitness that I can bring to my readers and listeners. I just finished reading Diet Myths That Keep Us Fat by Nancy Snyderman, M.D.. She addresses many of the MYTHS surrounding dieting, weight loss and exercise, like muscle weighs more than fat, and eating late at night will make you fat. She takes the confusion out of nutrition and explains in an easy-to-understand manner the information that everyone should know. If you feel a little confused about all the information out there on nutrition and dieting, give her book a read.
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So muscles are lighter than fat? Ah-ha moment. Cause when u loose the fat u are lighter. Duh lol =) Right?
A pound of muscle and a pound of fat weight the same, a pound. A pound of muscle is denser and takes up less space than a pound of fat. Having more muscle on your body will make you look leaner and more toned.
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