eBook To Burn or Not to Burn: Fat is the Question download
by Len Lopez
Author: Len Lopez
Publisher: Brown Books Publishing Group (September 18, 2003)
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Diets and Weight Loss
Burning Fats and Burning Calories Isn’t the Same Thing.
Burning Fats and Burning Calories Isn’t the Same Thing. Your ‘metabolism’ burns calories by breaking down either carbohydrates, proteins or fats! You burn calories to produce energy (heat) – it’s that simple! The key to successful weight loss and energy throughout the day is in triggering your metabolism to burn fats instead of carbohydrates and proteins (lean muscle). To Burn or Not to Burn – Fat is the Question quantity.
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Published August 15, 2003 by Brown Books Publishing Group. If you are one of the millions of people who constantly struggle with your weight and are always on some type of diet or exercise program to help fight the battle of the bulge, this book will be very helpful to you. The Physical Object.
This is an easy to read book that helps the reader understand that losing weight and keeping it off is more than counting the number of calories you eat and burn each day. The key to successfully losing weight and keeping it off is triggering your body to burn calories from stored body fat. You can burn calories all day long, but if you are not burning calories from stored body fat your chance of successfully losing weight will be difficult.
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Dr. Len Lopez is a nutrition and fitness coach who focuses on natural medicine and fitness training. Nutrition and fitness expert Dr. Len Lopez is the author of "To Burn or Not to Burn - Fat is the Question" and creator of the "WorkHorse Fitness Trainer
Dr. Len Lopez is the author of "To Burn or Not to Burn - Fat is the Question" and creator of the "WorkHorse Fitness Trainer.
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We burn predominantly fat at rest, so the question is how do we burn more calories/fat at rest? . Losing body fat is not the easiest of the propositions. When one is severely overweight, it is probably best to start their fat burning phase with low intensity aerobics and weight training.
We burn predominantly fat at rest, so the question is how do we burn more calories/fat at rest? The calories burned while exercising are relatively small and insignificant compared to that number. The answer is to increase your resting metabolic rate. The amount of lean muscle you carry is positively correlated with resting metabolic rate. The must strategically cut on carbohydrates.