Friday, June 4, 2010

Mojoba Weight Management Activity

Mojoba Weight Management Activity

Mojoba Intelligent Nutrition

Weight Management Activity
Generally speaking, the number of calories you need when trying to lose weight depends upon Your Weight
Your Target Weight
Your Height 
Your Age
Your Gender
How Much You Exercise 

For most people it is advisable to maintain a calorie intake of 1200 plus calories per day.
Here is a very approximate guide to calories needed if you want to lose weight.
Teens 1200-1800 calories per day
Women (non-active) 1000-1200 calories per day
Women (active) 1200-1500 calories per day
Men (non-active) 1200-1500 calories per day
Men (active) 1500-1800 calories per day

Mojoba Health Supplement contains digestive enzymes like lactase, and cellulase which are important to promote gastro-intestinal health. One enzyme is an inhibitor which blocks the production of amylase.Amylase breaks down complex sugars and starches, daily consumption of Mojoba will reduce the absorption of dietary carbohydrates and will assist in weight loss. Fats are a haven for all sorts of toxins inside the body Mojoba increases metabolism so the body is forced to convert those fats into fuel to sustain activity.

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Recent research suggests that you might be more successful at weight loss if you eat more fresh citrus and other fruits and vegetables high invitamin C, consuming an inadequate amount of the vitamin can hinder weight loss.  According to researchers from Arizona State University,individuals consuming sufficient amounts of vitamin C oxidize (burn) 30% more fat during moderate exercise than those who consume insufficient amounts. In addition, too little vitamin C in the bloodstream has been shown to correlate with increased body fat and waist measurements. 

Vitamin C not only helps fight resistance to infections it also helps repair and maintain muscle tissue and blood vessels. Proper nutrition means providing all the components - protein, carbohydrate, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and electrolytes. The body can last for a long time on a calorie reduced diet but requires a regular supply of essential nutrients to help the body use stored energy - body fat!

Good nutrition is important for any weight management programme, it helps optimize the body's energy system to work efficiently.  As the body burns fat or carbohydrates the cells require essential nutrients to complete the chemical process. An imbalance in the nutritional state very often affects energy levels. Many of the B vitamins are required for the process of energy metabolism. If a reduced calorie diet does not provide enough B vitamins the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates may be affected and result in a feeling of lethargy. 

Connection between Vitamin B and Weight Loss
The human body requires 13 vitamins, and eight of these essential vitamins are from the B-complex group. B-complex vitamins are absolutely essential for necessary metabolic processes such as red blood cell synthesis and the production of energy. 

All B-complex vitamins are water soluble. They provide energy from using carbohydrates and converting them to glucose. B-complex vitamins are also essential for the metabolism of proteins and fat. B-complex vitamins work together, so it is important to take them all at the same time. Vitamin B and weight loss go hand in hand, but only when all forms of vitamin B are taken together. 

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) helps the body cells change carbohydrates into energy.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) is required for a wide variety of cellular processes.   Like the other B vitamins, it plays a key role in energy metabolism, and for the metabolism of fats, ketone bodies, carbohydrates, and proteins.  

Like B2, vitamin B3 is essential for normal thyroid hormone production. Vitamin B3 is also part of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF) which is released every time blood sugar rises.
Vitamin B6 plays an integral role in the metabolism of fats, particularly fatty acids which are unsaturated. 

A member of the Vitamin B complex, choline is not a real vitamin as it is made in the liver. Choline is needed for efficient fat metabolism. Choline deficiency leads to fats becoming trapped in the liver. Like choline, inositol is a member of the vitamin B complex and is also manufactured inside the body. Inositol combines with choline to assist in fat metabolism.

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