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KILO-SAN

Rivolutionary method for losing weight

Today, thanks to KILO-SAN" is possible to lose weight simply, only sitting down on the barycentre of the copper –plate for three hours each day.

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through the FORM ACTION which is emitted by the particular Radionic geometric figure, which is on the copper-plate, and which has got energetic properties capable of amplifying the form radiation, is possible to lose 2-3 KG EACH MONTH, staying simply sitting on the barycentre of the plate for three hours each day


It can be used only by people, which have a sedentary life and it can help just people with ill health because of the obesity.


Another way to absorb the form action of KILO-SAN, is to put it under a chair made of wood or made of another kind of material but not made of iron, you have to pay attention that its barycentre is the same than the barycentre of the chair where the subject will take a seat; moreover to assume the form action of KILO-SAN, it isn’t necessary to stay for three consecutive hours sitting, the important is , that in the space of 24 hours, the subject stays sitting for three hours also in more times.

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Weight Loss
 
Those with heart conditions, diabetes, or other potentially serious conditions, need to be under the care of their doctor, before they attempt any weight loss program.
The basic principles of weight loss are to consume much less food than your body requires, but preventing your body from switching its metabolic rate to a "starvation" mode. During the first 2 - 4 weeks, rapid weight loss can be expected simply by cutting down on caloric intake, and increasing activity. It is a simple formula. What goes in must be far less that what the body requires.
The problem starts about week number 5 or so. By this time your body will begin to go on "starvation" mode. Meaning that your metabolic rate will decrease to match your caloric intake. Under wartime, famine, or food shortage conditions, this would be desirable. When trying to loose weight, it becomes a real nuisance. So how does one get around this?
To begin, it is extremely imperative that an exercise program be started, and maintained, faithfully. By definition, I mean to exercise a minimum of once per day, six days a week. Twice per day would be better if you have the time. Take Sundays off; your body does need to rest. Your exercise program should be intense enough that you feel your body temperature begin to rise. IE: Sweating. Why? This is evidence that your metabolic rate is increasing. Why twice per day if you have the time? To help maintain a higher metabolic rate all day. Do whatever exercise if fun. It is helpful to have music playing; it gets you into a better rhythm and mood.
Next is your food. If you replace one meal a day with a protein drink, initially for the first 2 - 4 weeks your weight loss will be dramatic. After that you will not be very satisfied. It is important to replace two meals a day with either a protein drink, or even fruit juice if you are on a budget. Your evening meal, or whatever meal you choose, MUST be small! Why? If not your body will take the food eaten and put it right back into body storage (IE FAT). It is a survival mechanism. If your meal is small, it will tell your body there is food, you are not staving, your metabolism will remain higher; yet your caloric intake will be less than required, therefore you will loose weight.
Another method is to forget about the protein drink and consume 5 (five) meals a day. Really? Yes. But the meals HAVE TO BE VERY, VERY SMALL. For the same reason. Tell you body it is not starving, and it is OK to keep your metabolic rate higher.
Consuming a protein drink, defined as a "quality" protein drink, has definite advantages. When you are dieting, you could loose fat, or you could loose muscle. You body requires a certain amount of amino acids (a component of protein), to survive. If you do not provide your body with sufficient amino acids, or a complete array of essential amino acids, YOUR BODY WILL CANNIBALIZE YOUR OWN MUSCLE! This is a really big NO NO. You want to loose fat, not muscle. Cheap protein drinks will be lacking in a full spectrum of essential amino acids. Cheap protein drinks are hard to digest, and are hard on your kidneys. Quality protein drinks a well worth the extra investment.
If you are on a serious budget, take one quality protein drink per day and use simple fruit juice in place of the other protein drink. You may need to drink two glasses to make up for the decreased caloric intake of not taking your second protein drink.
Fat cells store toxins. As you loose extra content in your fat cells, you will also be discharging the majority of the toxins that were in the same fat cells. You will not loose the fat cells; you will only be decreasing the size of the fat cells. Our environment is loaded with toxins, and our bodies are also loaded with toxins. Part of my professional career is detoxification. Your liver is the single largest detoxification organ in your body. Your liver has two phases of detoxification. Phase one is highly dependant upon water. It is very important to drink eight ( glasses of water per day. That is 8, eight ounce glasses, or 64 fluid ounces of water per day. It is best to drink filtered water. Why? Because tap water is loaded with toxins and contaminants. You are trying to detox your body, not add more toxins.
During the day you may experience loss of energy. If this occurs, your metabolic rate will lower. You do not want this to occur. So what do you do? You could exercise again. Or, you could take some type of herbal support that will raise metabolism. An herb I am sure most have heard about already is called "Ephedra." "Ephedra" is the common name; "Ma Haung" is the scientific name. The active constituent in Ephedra is known as "Ephedra Alkaloids." The common percentage of Ephedra Alkaloids present in food supplements is 6% (six percent) Alkaloids.
There are warnings associated with Ephedra. First, do not exceed the recommended dose on the packaging. Second, do not use if you have heart conditions. Third, do not use if you are pregnant. There are other warnings that you will find on your individual bottles. There is one other warning I am giving that is not usually found on the containers. Do not take for prolonged periods of time. If you do you will experience burn out. Your adrenals will begin to shut down because the Ephedra will be supplying you with your energy. Your body has a feedback mechanism. If you do not need any energy, a signal from your brain will tell your adrenals to decrease cortisol production, or maybe even eliminate it. In essence, your adrenal glands will begin to shut down because they are no longer needed to keep your energy up during the day. So when you finally go off the Ephedra, your energy will crash and it may take 60 to 90 days before your adrenals begin to re-stabilize again. I highly recommend that you do NOT exceed 30 days of Ephedra usage without taking a break of at least 7 - 10 days. Personally, I would stop taking Ephedra every Sunday, just like the day of rest I mentioned earlier, than also take a week off every month. That way you should be OK.
When should you take the Ephedra? You could take it every morning just before exercising, and again in the early afternoon, about the time you would take an afternoon nap, if your job allowed it. DO NOT take it in the late afternoon or evening. Why? You will not get a good night's sleep. Personally I would take it only when your body tells you to take it. How? In the morning hours, take it when you start to feel a loss of energy from dieting. Take a small dose. Take a second dose mid afternoon, again, when your body is asking for energy. Taking it every morning regardless of need will condition your body to start the day with medication, rather that trying to make its own energy. In other words, use Ephedra as a tool, but only when needed, and in moderation.


Carbohydrates
metabolism, enzymes, weight loss, diabetes, food combining
Carbohydrates are primarily an energy source as they convert to glucose, a cellular fuel. When not utilized for energy, can be stored in limited quantities as glycogen, a storage form of sugar, in amounts up to 2000 calories. Glucose is the brain's preferred fuel.
Carbohydrates cause release of insulin. If eaten in excess, are converted to fat, a storage form of energy, which can be stored in subcutaneous tissues, or can surround organs such as the liver or heart. Carbohydrates are one of the raw materials the liver needs to manufacture triglycerides, monounsaturated fats, and cholesterol.
Complex carbohydrates (starches) include whole grains and starchy vegetables (dried beans, peas, squash, yams, etc.) Complex carbohydrates take longer to convert to glucose. They retain essential cofactors and micronutrients that are required for the carbohydrates to be fully utilized. Use of complex carbohydrates results in fewer insulin surges and less nutrient depletion.
Simple carbohydrates are sugars (honey, syrups, candy, cookies, etc.) Fruits (especially juices) have metabolic effects similar to simple carbohydrates, even though not refined. Simple carbohydrates (sugars) cause greater insulin surges than complex carbohydrates.
All carbohydrates are ultimately converted into glucose. The use of the digestive enzyme Amylase will assist in better breakdown and absorption of carbohydrates.
If attempting to loose weight, it is most effective to limit intake of complex carbohydrates during the weight loss process. Other than fruits and fruit juices, it is advisable to totally stop all intake of simple carbohydrates.
If you have diabetes, or diabetes runs in your family, then it is also very wise to only use complex carbohydrates, again totally avoiding the simple carbohydrates. Be somewhat cautious with fruits and fruit juices.
Proteins are best consumed away from any carbohydrates. This is especially true for those desiring weight loss. You will notice the Tony Little weight loss program suggests replacing one protein shake for one meal. Also sold are protein meal replacement bars, which is very low in carbohydrates.
Fruits are best consumed one half hour before any other foods. Fruits will quickly enter into the small intestine for processing. Eating fruits in the midst of a large meal will keep the fruits in the stomach a long time, and allow the fruits to begin to ferment.
The most effective method to loose weight using the Tony Little weight loss program is to keep complex carbohydrates to a minimum. Stop all simple carbohydrates. Do not eat any food after your evening meal. When you get those evening munchies craving, instead of sitting down in front of the TV set and eating lots of simple carbs (ice cream, potato chips, soda pop, etc), go for a walk with your spouse.
Then be sure to exercise every morning to get your metabolism in high gear so you burn off your calories faster. Remember, the body has a built in starvation protector. You must turn your metabolism on, and place in high gear every morning by exercising, then consuming a sensible breakfast which could be the protein drink. If you go out for lunch during your work lunch break, avoid mixing proteins with carbs, and especially avoid fast food establishments.


Fats
metabolism, enzymes, weight loss
Fats are broken down into fatty acids, which are used to insulate and protect the body from shock and provide a source of stored reserve energy. Fats are essential for the health of our immune system and nervous system, hormone synthesis, skin integrity, and anti-inflammatory processes (Prostaglandins). Fats are used to protect the integrity of every cell membrane. Fats are the preferred fuel of our cells, except the brain.
BAD FATS include: Solvent extracted oils. These are essentially any polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) oil found on supermarket shelves. These oils are damaged by processing through extraction by solvents (not mechanically pressed) and exposure to heat in excess of 450 degrees F. These trans-fatty acids are chemically altered fat molecules which cause cellular damage when ingested.
Sticky fat molecules use should be limited, particularly in warmer climates or in those with sedentary lifestyles. They increase the likelihood of clot formation and vascular disease. They inhibit important enzymes like delta 6-disaturase. Sources are animal fats, diary, coconut and palm oils.
GOOD FATS include: 1) Omega 3 (ALA) series oils from flax seed, hemp, salmon, herring, mackerel, sardines, tuna, and eel. 2) Omega 6 (LA) series oils from safflower, evening primrose, sunflower, borage, hemp and sesame oils. 3) Mono-unsaturated oils like olive oil and canola oil. 4) Butter and Ghee, while saturated, are a source of beneficial butyric acid, just use in moderation.
A ratio of 2 or 3:1 of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids is preferred. This ratio occurs naturally in hemp oil. Quality Omega 6 and 3 fatty acids are labile and easily oxidized in the presence of oxygen, light, and heat. They must be stored in the refrigerator. A deficiency of these good fats causes dry skin, brittle nails, and dandruff.
Lipase is the digestive enzyme that will help to break down and absorb fat molecules.
Some mistaking think all you have to do is reduce the fat in your diet to slim down. Part of this is true but lets look deeper. Fat does have over twice the calories per gram then either protein or carbohydrate. Fat has 9 calories per gram, while proteins and carbs have 4 calories per gram. However most of the food consumption in the modern lifestyle diet is from carbohydrates, with the consumption of simple carbohydrates making up a large percentage. Just look at the trends of the average American; the majority are overweight and adult onset diabetes is becoming more prevalent.


Cholesterol
metabolism
Cholesterol is considered both a "Good" and a "Bad" fat. Cholesterol is a hard, waxy lipid substance made from fifteen 2 carbon-acetate molecules, involving enzyme catalysts to eventually make the 27-acetate cholesterol molecule.
20% of our body's total cholesterol is from exogenous (dietary) sources. 80% of our body's total cholesterol is synthesized by our cells, especially liver, adrenal glands, intestines, and sex organs.
The ability of human cells to synthesize cholesterol is a mechanism designed for survival of the species during famine. Cholesterol has an individual set point, so its deprivation results in the body stepping up its syntheses of endogenous cholesterol.
Cholesterol functions include: 1) Protection of cell membrane integrity. 2) Needed for steroid hormone synthesis of Corticosteroids, Estrogens, Progesterone, and Testosterone. 3) Aids fat digestion through bile synthesis. 4) Protection of skin. 5) Anti-oxidant properties (weak).
The presence of cholesterol in atherosclerotic plague is evidence of the body's efforts to repair primary free radical oxidative damage to the arterial intima. Blaming cholesterol for causing atherosclerosis is like blaming firemen for starting fires based on their mere presence at fires.
Factors that favor endogenous cholesterol production include: 1) Particularly Intake of refined sugars. 2) Intake of alcohol. 3) Excess intake of saturated fat and non-essential fatty acids. 4) Excessive caloric intake.
Dietary cholesterol is only found in animal sources, namely: eggs, meat, fish, seafood, and dairy. The body cannot break down these cholesterols; their only route of elimination is through the digestive tract. Fiber prevents reabsorption and recycling of cholesterol from the gut. Since cholesterol production involves energy use, it may be an advantage to eat meat.
Cholesterol excess may reflect excessive oxidative stress and nutrient deficiencies. Nutrient deficiencies could include: 1) Vitamin C. 2) Vitamin B3 (niacin). 3) Copper. 4) Chromium. 5) Zinc. 6) Calcium. 7) Essential Fatty Acids (EFA). Eat as many servings of nutrient-rich vegetables to provide the above nutrients that are relatively lacking in animal based food.


Proteins
metabolism, enzymes, weight loss
Proteins are broken down into amino acids by digestion. They provide the "building blocks" for structure and repair of the body. They transport fats in the body via lipoproteins. Proteins regulate mood via their role in neurotransmitter formation. They are used as an energy source during starvation (or dieting) through gluconeogenesis.
Protein sources include: fish, seeds, nuts, legumes (notably soy), tofu, eggs, poultry, seafood, wild and exotic meats, beef and lamb.
The digestive enzyme Protease will assist in the breakdown and absorption of proteins.
Weight loss: Remember to separate protein intake from carbohydrate intake for best results. Utilize more protein and less carbohydrate during your weight loss program. (Totally eliminate simple carbohydrates.)

 


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