Tip #1 of the week –
Eating late at night will cause you to gain weight (http://bit.ly/aVJm3p)
Eating late at night, or at any particular time of day, will not cause you to put on more weight than what is normal for what you ate and the activity you did. Weight gain occurs when you consume more calories than you expend, whether that occurs in the middle of the day, the morning or at night. However, in reality, people who eat a lot of food late at night tend to consume more calorie-dense foods and thus eat more calories—which can cause weight gain.
(American Council on Exercise, www.ace.org)
2 thoughts on “Diet Myths”
a good friend of my helped us set it up last week and she is a marketing/pr mastermind. gotta take the advice when it is sound advice!!
shawn get to the nytimes article on women and exercise. it clarifies how we respond a bit different and that the 220-age may not apply to us.