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Weight Loss, Energy & Consuming Habits – Espresso Discuss with Z

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Over 70 million adults in U.S. are obese (35 million men and 35 million women). 99 million are overweight (45 million women and 54 million men). NHANES 2016 statistics showed that about 39.6% of American adults were obese. Vietnam is the least obese country with 2.1% of the population classified as obese. Among OECD countries, the United States is the most obese (36.2%). According to WHO, more than 1.9 billion adults worldwide were overweight, including 650 million who were obese, in 2016.

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34 Comments

  1. Check out the movie Game Changer. Plant base diets will save the planet, and dramatically lower the top 2 human killers aka: heart attacks and cancer. My blood pressure went down after 1 month of this diet, no more meds, had high b.p. since high school, at the same time I was a all state running back, competitive bodybuilder and power lifter. I was on a animal protein diet with a low carb intake.

  2. Bravo Zuzka!!! Great video.

    If only people knew, how the "mechanics" of our body really works, there would be no health issues,
    no obesity, no depression, no divorces, no happy smiles shortage etc.

    Greetings from Athens Greece. Keep UP the Good Work.
    You are a lovely person worth true Love… We all hope the best for you.

    Love, Vassilis

  3. Good stuff, yeah… stress ain't good either you'll eat more because of it… i guess to feel better or something.. :/ it's pretty hard to feel  things when you have so much to do, had pretty busy last month and i neglected my physique.. it's really dumb but i'll get back on the sadle and in the rhythm soon again.. lots of office work, paper work etc. 🙁
    Glad to be back though 😉

  4. I have to disagree a little bit with the last portion: I'm not aware of any calorie counting service that doesn't also track your ratio of macronutrients – carbohydrates, fat, protein and even alcohol. This is actually the most important part of the practice.
    When I first tried to lose weight, I ate only bowls of vegetables for a week and I lost weight fast but I was feeling incredibly weak. After learning about calorie counting, I realized I was eating only 500 calories a day and burning 2000 calories a day (with exercise) and because it was vegetables it was almost 100% carbohydrates (sugar) with almost zero fat and protein. It was obvious why this kind of strategy was not sustainable. Calorie counting was my best tool to make sure I was eating enough, as well as balancing my macro nutrients (and if you find a good counter, you can get micro nutrients tracked as well). A good calculator can determine what is the best ratio for your body type and activity levels. I always suggest to people to start counting their calories / macros not so they can successfully undereat, but so they make sure they're eating ENOUGH when they're dieting and exercising! This is what helped me consistently diet long term and actually get into decent shape!

  5. "Calories" are a marketing term. A calorie is nothing more than a measure of energy. 100 Calories of pepsi – is 100 calories of nothing but sugar. 400 calories of fruit is – sugar, vitamins, minerals, fiber etc.

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