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How To: Gain weight like a sumo wrestler

Have you ever wondered how sumo wrestlers are able to obtain and maintain such massive figures? Joseph Stickland, an applied clinical nutritionist, will explain to you exactly how a sumo wrestler is able to do this. Joseph will also explain the health detriments and the dangers to this type of lifestyle. Joseph explains that sumo wrestlers will skip breakfast, exercise, eat massive amounts of calories, (10,000 calories at least) for lunch, take a nap, and then have another mega calorie meal f...

How To: Find the most nutritious frozen foods in your market

Frozen foods are becoming more and more popular dinners for busy families. These microwave meals can be a great alternative to cooking when you are short on time, but sometimes they pack hidden unhealthy additives like sodium, and excessive calories. Check out this tutorial from Ask Amy and know which frozen meals are the best for your family. Learn to keep an eye on things like preservatives, sodium, calories and fat, and to stay away from artificial junk foods. This way, you will not only b...

How To: 'Quick Add' Calories for Snacks in MyFitnessPal to Keep Yourself Accountable for Every Tiny Bite

It's only normal to snack on a few french fries every once in a while when you're on a diet, but it's still important to hold yourself accountable, even when you cheat just a little bit. MyFitnessPal, for both Android and iOS devices, has a database of nutritional information to help keep track of the meals you eat, but it also has a way to add calories on the fly without digging for data.

How To: Read and understand a nutrition label

This video shows how to read, understand and interpret the "Nutrition Facts" on food labels. First he explains the fats. Unsaturated fats are good for you, but saturated and trans fats are unhealthy. Cholesterol can be lowered by unsaturated fats and raised by saturated fats. Sodium is salt, and can make you bloated if you have too much or don't drink enough water. Carbohydrates are broken down into fiber and sugars. Fiber is good for digestion, and it's good to keep the amount of sugar low. ...

How To: Make a healthy beef taco salad with Ellie Krieger

A taco salad from a restaurant can pack more calories than a Big Mac and a Whopper combined! In this clip, nutritionist and Food Channel hostess Ellie Krieger will show you how to cut the fat and calories in half at home. This salad is super easy to make and is full of flavor and nutrition. Try this salad for your lunch today! Yum!

How To: Count calories to enable weight loss

This video gives tips on how to count calories in order to take responsibility for the food that you eat and your weight. Pick a daily calorie count for each day. Set a goal. That goal can be anywhere. You can set it at 1200 or 1800. It doesn’t matter. Weigh yourself regularly.

How To: Cut 100 calories a day from your diet

In this 60-second solutions video you will learn how to cut 100 calories form your diet. If you are able to cut calories 3 times a day, you will be cutting more than 2,000 calories every week. Here are some tips to cut 300 calories a day: Flavor your coffee with cinnamon and nutmeg instead of sugar. When you snack on nuts, have one less handful. At dinnertime, leave 3 to 4 bites of your entree.

How To: Figure Out Your Total Calorie Burn in Apple's Health App

If you transition to an Apple Watch from another wearable like Fitbit, you might be a bit confused by the new calorie burn counter. Instead of ending your day with thousands of calories burned, your watch says you've burned just hundreds. Could it be you're less active with your Apple Watch? Probably not. It's more likely because of the different way the watch counts your calories.

How To: Eat a diet to help get you closer to six pack abs

With this video, we learn how to eat a diet to help get you closer to six pack abs. At the end of the day, calorie counting is a pain and not worth it. You can spend hours using charts trying to find the calories in each little thing that you buy. For a diet to lose fat, you need to eat whole foods. You will need nutrient dense food instead of foods that have sugar and fat instead of them. If you are eating whole foods, then you will not need to count the calories because you can't go wrong w...

How To: Make low-fat Beef Stroganoff

Cooking Light Magazine editor Tim Cebula makes over a classic: Beef Stroganoff. Cutting off about 30% of the calories of the dish, and more than half of the fat content, you'd be surprised the taste doesn't much suffer. By using less butter, a lighter beef, broth and sauce, it's amazing what one can accomplish looking to cut some calories from a famously heavy dish.

How To: Make low calorie spicy orange chicken

This is a healthier twist on the classic “Orange Chicken.” The main problem with the Chinese take-out version is that the pieces of chicken are first dipped in a batter, fried in oil, then wok fried again in the spicy, sweet orange glaze. While very delicious if done right, it is incredible high in calories. So, be warned, my version uses no oil and should not be compared to the style you many be used to.

How To: Make tasty orange chicken with only 230 calories

This video explains how to make an orange chicken with only 230 calories. This is about making a recipe for orange chicken for people with kidney problems not on dialysis. It is low sodium. Chicken tenders are cut into strips. The sauce is made from 1/2 cup of orange juice, a 1/4 cup of brown sugar, a 1/4 cup of honey, and a 1 tablespoon of prepared mustard. Warm the sauce on the stove or in the microwave. The chicken is dipped in the sauce and then dipped into crumbled cornflakes and placed ...

How To: Cook bacon explosion

We jumped on the bacon explosion bandwagon! The name says it all, it combines two of America's favorite things: bacon and explosions. This is the most unhealthy meal you can ever eat. It is made with bacon, ground beef and sausage, then deep fried.

How To: Fire up your metabolism

This video focuses on strategies you can use to boost your metabolism--one-step needed in order to lose belly fat. Obtaining a faster metabolism will train your body to burn more calories throughout the day. The first step to boost your metabolism is through strength training, which means developing leaner muscle mass. This will result in long-term investment for caloric burning. The second step involves exercising in the morning; this will help you burn calories more easily throughout the da...

News: Could Cooking White Rice with Coconut Oil Cut Calories?

White rice is cheap, filling, and tasty. No wonder so many countries in the world rely on it as a mealtime staple, including most of East and Southeast Asia. Alas, because of its relative lack of nutrition and its high calorie count, consuming lots of white rice regularly also puts people at risk for diseases like diabetes and obesity.

How To: Bulk up and gain weight quickly

It seems like people are always trying to lose weight..but what if you have the opposite problem? Whether you’re recovering from an illness, are a growing teen, or you are an athlete trying to bulk up, a little information can go a long way in helping you pack on a few extra pounds.

How To: Cook healthy delicious pinto beans

Buying beans in a can is fine and all, but making beans from scratch can be a healthier option and can sometimes taste better. In this video tutorial, you'll find out how to make delicoous pinto beans from scratch using some easy to follow tips. It'a healthier option that using cans, that can contain more sodium and unhealthy materials.

How To: Make simple scotch eggs

Scotch eggs are the perfect snack to take on a camping trip. Traditionally perceived as an unhealthy meal, this recipe aims to add a few nutritional tweaks. Cook up half a dozen of scotch eggs and you're all set for your next outdoor meal.

How To: Insert and remove a menstrual cup

This menstrual hygiene video offers information on the insertion and removel of wearing a menstrual cup, the latest method in menstrual/period protection. Menstrual cups provide an alternative to potentially unhealthy and wasteful methods of feminine hygiene such as the tampon or sanitary napkin. Follow along with this feminine hygiene video and learn how to properly insert and remove a menstrual cup.

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