Top 5 myths about weight loss
I was drowning in food, says Fergie Last year Duchess of York was 6lb off weight when pregnant with Beatrice 54-year-old went to ski resort with long-time fitness trainer for strict regime Cut out sugar, controlled calories and climbed mountains every day PUBLISHED: 19:52 EST, 16 March 2014 | UPDATED: 19:52 EST, 16 March 2014 50 shares comments Slimmed: A svelte Sarah Ferguson, who last year weighed almost as much as http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 when she was pregnant Reclining on a fur throw in an eye-catching African print silk blouse and harem pants, the Duchess of York is clearly keen to show off her three stone weight loss. The Queens former daughter-in-law has endured a life-long battle with her weight and was shocked into taking drastic action when she stepped on the scales last year only to discover she weighed almost as much as she did when pregnant with her first child, Princess Beatrice, now 25. Sarah, 54, speaking exclusively to Hello! magazine, said: I used to be so angry.
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Myth 4: You need to exercise in the ‘fat burning zone’ Tim says, ‘the truth is, garcinia cambogia side effects you need to exercise at a low-to-moderate level of intensity to burn fat. Yes, it is true that the body burns the greatest percentage of fat at lower intensities of aerobic exercise, but at higher intensities you burn way more total kilojoules – and more fat kilojoules overall. If you do low intensity workouts, it will help promote weight and fat loss; but you need to do them for a longer period. Myth 5: You gain weight when you stop smoking The truth is, when you check over a long period of time, smokers do not control their weight any better than non-smokers.
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