Change Your Food, Change Your Life 03 of 09 ( Vegan Vegetarian Health Benefits / Lose Weight )

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// OBSERVE // THE URBAN HEARTBEAT // Bad Homburg v. d. H. // Taunus // Near Frankfurt / Main // Germany // Elevated Living //

// OBSERVE // THE URBAN HEARTBEAT // Bad Homburg v. d. H. // Taunus // Near Frankfurt / Main // Germany // Elevated Living //
Healthy Eating Habits
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Maximilian " Max" Oskar Bircher-Benner (August 22, 1867, Aarau – January 24, 1939) was a Swiss physician and a pioneer in nutritional research.

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At his sanatorium in Zürich, a balanced diet of raw vegetables and fruit was used as a means to heal patients, contrary to the beliefs commonly held at the end of the 19th century.

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He is best known for the invention of the muesli cereal, although his invention differs significantly from what is today known as muesli, and in Switzerland specifically as Bircher Müesli.

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Bircher-Benner changed the eating habits of the late 19th century. Instead of much meat and white bread, he postulated eating fruit, vegetables and nuts. His ideas included not only controlled nutrition, but also spartan physical discipline.

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At his Zürich sanatorium off Bircher-Benner-Platz, the patients had to follow a somewhat monastic daily schedule including early bedtime (21:00), physical training and active gardening work.

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His theory of life was based on harmony between people and nature. Some of his ideas originate from observing the daily life of shepherds in the Swiss Alps, who lived a simple and healthy life.

In the late 20th century, after closure of the sanatorium, it was briefly a student hostel. It has since been purchased by Zürich Financial Services, and is named the Zürich Development Center. It is used for executive training, and also houses an extensive private art collection.

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In parallel to Bircher-Benner in Europe, John Harvey Kellogg worked in the U.S. and followed another similar theory of the healthy diet.

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Statue @ the Kurpark, Bad Homburg, Germany by Georg Krämer, sculptor, 1965.

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// OBSERVE // THE URBAN HEARTBEAT // Bad Homburg v. d. H. // Taunus // Near Frankfurt / Main // Germany // Elevated Living //

// OBSERVE // THE URBAN HEARTBEAT // Bad Homburg v. d. H. // Taunus // Near Frankfurt / Main // Germany // Elevated Living //
Healthy Eating Habits
Image by || UggBoy♥UggGirl || PHOTO || WORLD || TRAVEL ||
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Maximilian " Max" Oskar Bircher-Benner (August 22, 1867, Aarau – January 24, 1939) was a Swiss physician and a pioneer in nutritional research.

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At his sanatorium in Zürich, a balanced diet of raw vegetables and fruit was used as a means to heal patients, contrary to the beliefs commonly held at the end of the 19th century.

=

He is best known for the invention of the muesli cereal, although his invention differs significantly from what is today known as muesli, and in Switzerland specifically as Bircher Müesli.

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Bircher-Benner changed the eating habits of the late 19th century. Instead of much meat and white bread, he postulated eating fruit, vegetables and nuts. His ideas included not only controlled nutrition, but also spartan physical discipline.

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At his Zürich sanatorium off Bircher-Benner-Platz, the patients had to follow a somewhat monastic daily schedule including early bedtime (21:00), physical training and active gardening work.

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His theory of life was based on harmony between people and nature. Some of his ideas originate from observing the daily life of shepherds in the Swiss Alps, who lived a simple and healthy life.

In the late 20th century, after closure of the sanatorium, it was briefly a student hostel. It has since been purchased by Zürich Financial Services, and is named the Zürich Development Center. It is used for executive training, and also houses an extensive private art collection.

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In parallel to Bircher-Benner in Europe, John Harvey Kellogg worked in the U.S. and followed another similar theory of the healthy diet.

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HERE

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Statue @ the Kurpark, Bad Homburg, Germany by Georg Krämer, sculptor, 1965.

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MTV Makes Brooke Dragon Into A Bikini Model – Bodybuilding.com

See Brooke’s full story here: bbcom.me MTV chose Brooke Dragon to be Made into a bikini model, but Brooke did the work. Follow her from the gym to the stage and discover how a model is made! Brooke Dragon may sound like a fairytale name, but this 19-year-old college student is real, down-to-earth, and motivated to help people change their lives. She’s also the subject of an episode of MTV’s Made, a show that helps people transform dreams into reality. Made challenges people to #dreambigger. Brooke Dragon accepted that challenge. Brooke comes from a healthy family, but she’s been never been incredibly fit. She’s struggled with low confidence, bad eating habits, and a rollercoaster body image. Until now, that is. Made has helped Brooke become a competitive bikini model, transforming her body and mind in the process. As Brooke will attest, the confidence and mental strength prove more powerful than any physical transformation. Brooke spent five grueling weeks under the tortuous gaze of her Made coach, IFBB Bikini Pro Tianna Ta. In the end, she competed for the first time, changed her body and life and, to her surprise, inspired her own mother to take the stage.

Jogging around the reservoir #1

Jogging around the reservoir #1
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Image by Ed Yourdon
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Central Park, south end – 004

Between roughly 86th Street and 90th Street, the inner-loop roadway runs parallel to one side of the Central Park reservoir; and just to the east of the roadway is a bridle path, where you’ll occasionally encounter New Yorkers determined to ride their horses … so, when walking along the bridle path, looking east (with Fifth Avenue and the Upper East Side in the background), you frequently see scenes like this one, as joggers go hurtling past…

Note: this photo was published in a Nov 24, 2008 blog titled "The Secret to Long-Term Weight Loss." It was also published in a Dec 2, 2009 blog titled "Partecipa alla prima geekrun." It was also published in a Nov 28, 2010 Weight Loss Helps blog titled "Q&A: READ: This is the new fashion statement!?"

The photo was also published in a Jan 7, 2011 blog titled "Best Weight Loss Secrets – Lose Weight Happily by Eating Delicious Foods." And it was published in a Jan 19, 2011 blog titled "Exciting Online Weight-Loss Help." It was also published in a Feb 4, 2011 Child Lose Weight blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. And it published in a Mar 22, 2011 blog titled "Couch to 5K in Miami." And it was published in a May 8, 2011 blog titled "PEDOMETER FASHION TIPS," as well as an Aug 12, 2011 blog titled "Die Playlist für Ihr perfektes Laufvergnügen." It was also published in a Sep 7, 2011 blog titled "Running and jogging in Vancouver," even though it obviously has nothing to do with Vancouver. And it was published in a Sep 22, 2011 blog titled "," and a Sep 23, 2011 blog titled "Running Programs for Any Level." It was also published in a Sep 30, 2011 blog titled "Want To Improve Your Productivity? Workout at Work." And it was published in a Nov 7, 2011 blog titled "Mexican Meals, Finest Picks," as well as a Nov 6, 2011 "777 Sports – Sport Life, Healthy Eating and More" blog titled "Jogging."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Feb 7,2012 blog titled "How can I quit, keep raw meals diet regime to lose weight?" It was also published in a Feb 29, 2012 "MagForWomen" blog titled "7 Tips On How to Lose Weight In 2 Weeks." And it was published in a Mar 3, 2012 blog titled "Conseil pour les indolence," as well as a Mar 7, 2012 blog titled "L1: Exchanging Privacy for Other Perks: Quantified Selfers Get It [Infographic]." It was also published in a May 7, 2012 blog titled "Start Jogging To Lose Weight; Keep It Up To Live Longer." And it was published in a Jun 3, 2012 blog titled "How to Run to Lose Weight Effectively." It was also published in a Jun 6, 2012 Polish blog titled "Średnie prędkości." I have absolutely no idea what any of it means. And it was published in a Jul 23, 2012 bog titled "Keeping Fit Without Becoming Broke." It was also published in an undated (early Aug 2012) National Kidney Foundation blog titled "PREVENTING POST-TRANSPLANT WEIGHT GAIN: KICK-START HEALTHY HABITS THIS SUMMER." It was also published in an Oct 4, 2012 blog titled "Weight Loss Myths Busted Again by Our Bakery Nutrition Expert." And it was published in a Dec 6, 2012 blog titled 5年後も今と同じ体型でいたいなら、はじめよう「iPhoneダイエット at d-dot-hatena-dot-ne-dot-jp/spring_mao/20121206/1354794477

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These pictures were taken during a 3-hour Labor Day stroll through Central Park — starting on the west side of the park at 96th Street, and walking around the south end, and back up the east side to 72nd Street.

It was a warm, sunny day, and there were people everywhere — bicycling, skating, walking, picnicking, sunbathing, frisbee-throwing … and even getting married. It appears that everyone was enjoying themselves, on this final day of the summer season in New York City…

How to beat a 2 month weight loss plateau?

Question by Miss Casey: How to beat a 2 month weight loss plateau?
I lost 30 pounds from January to May. Since then, I haven’t lost any more weight and been the same weight since May. I am still drinking tons of water, work out an hour about 6-7 days a week, and I have good healthy eating habits. What is going on? Why am I stuck on a weight loss plateau? Does anyone have any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by ClickMaster
There is no natural phenomena known as a plateau and no reason why everyone can’t burn fat continuously from start to goal. There is one principle in fat loss which has absolutely no exceptions.

**** If you take in fewer calories than you burn, you have to burn from your body. *****

That’s a simple law of thermodynamics and has no exceptions. Now, here are some reasons why people hit plateaus.

1. Hidden calories (alcohol, condiments, sauces, breath mints, creamers, etc.)
2. Failure to estimate portion size correctly
3. Waste and water retention
4. Miscalculating BMR (Using the fat weight instead of goal weight in BMR calc’s)
5. Improper weighing (poor scale repeatability, paralax error, etc)
6. Miscalculating energy output (BMR + activity + thermic cost of digestion + heat loss)
7. Impatience (assuming no loss in one or two days is a plateau)

Your plateau is probably because of one or more of the above reasons.

As long as you’re energy output exceeds your energy input, you must burn fat or lean tissue or both. There are no exceptions to that fact. Don’t listen to anyone who talks about the “starvation mode” myth or suggests you’re metabolism is the reason. Those are clues they don’t know what they’re talking about.

Good luck and good health!!

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Why did I start feeling faint and jittery after throwing up?

Question by yo: Why did I start feeling faint and jittery after throwing up?
I normally have healthy eating habits and I just eat like normal stuff.. but today I just bought a shitload of junk food. and within half an hour I got sick, and then vomited it all up.
About 10 minutes after vomiting, I started feeling jittery and shaky, and then felt like I was going to faint. Also my legs started getting sweaty…. what happened?? o.o
oh and im not bullemic i was just sick

Best answer:

Answer by Aliee
I dont exactly know WHY you felt like this, but it’s normal. Your body just did something that took a lot of effort, so it’s gonna feel pretty weird/tired for a while. BUT, if this feeling lasts for a long time (days), or you starting throwing up again and again, you might want to look into going to a doctor 🙂

Hope you feel better very soon!! <3

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