Wednesday, October 29, 2008

TRA - The Right Approach

This is an important slide to understand. We gain weight and find it hard to keep it off, because of these 6 key factors.
1) Our foods we eat have too much FAT (Trans Fat)
2) Our body's Glucose Metabolism is too low, so it triggers our mind to want to eat sweet, cakes etc. So it is NOT your fault that you can't control yourself. We can change that!
3) We live in a stressful society. Stress releases cortisol. Cortisol converts to sugars (to be usesd for energy to releive the stress; which we don't use). Unused Sugars become Fat and is stored in our body.
4) Unhealthy diets that cause both fat and muscle to be depleted. When muscle is low, it can't burn calories, therefore we gain even more fat! Thus creating yo-yo effects.
5) If we are fat, we already have too much fat and too little muscle. So no muscle to burn fat & calories.
6) As we age, our body metabolism is lower, however, as we continue to eat the same diet, we start to gain more fat (since our body can't process it like it did when you were in your 20's).

Since there are no muscles in the 'middle' of your body, it is EXTREMELY difficult to reduce. And this is the LEADING cause of Cardiovasculat Disease, Type 2 Diabetes and High Blood Pressue. Find out your Visceral Fat pecentage TODAY!

This is how Excessive Fat effects your Liver (Fatty Liver) and surrounds your Kidney (Yellow layers). Do you know now, how very important it is to reduce Visceral Fat?

Backed by 150 Scientists at Pharmanex and working with over 250 Scientists in 38 Universities, Pharmanex is Unprecedented in its Science and Innovation.

Over 30 Doctors have gone through the TRA program and have recommended their friends to lose weight with this Safe, Healthy and habit forming program.

Pharmanex TRA's is CLEAR, SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE in SUSTAINING a healthy FAT to MUSCLE ratio & Healthy Eating Habits that lasts a LIFETIME. Other programs in the market DO NOT FOCUS or provide an effective way to CHANGE unhealthy eat habits to HEALTHY HABITS, so YO YO Effects occurs!

Pharmanex focuses on SAFE, SCIENCE and SUSTAINABILITY!

Pharmanex TRA products have been CERTIFIED by the HEALTH SCIENCE AUTHORITY of SINGAPORE to be FREE from the above harmful ingredients so anyone can use it with SAFELY with NO SIDE EFFECTS.

Great News! The TRA Program is US Patented.

With the RIGHT PRODUCTS (Natural and Clinically Proven to be SAFE & EFFECTIVE), the RIGHT FOOD (Simple, Easy to Follow, No Starving & Enjoy your Food) and the RIGHT EXERCISE (No heavy strenuous Exercise needed, infact too much can be a negative impact to weight loss).

Have you every thought about this before? Well, as you see, if you want to lose 1kg of FAT; which is equal to 7700 kCal, you will need to run 35 HOURS!

Exercise is good for joints, blood circulation, general well being, however, to exercise to lose weight, it is highly inefficient, unless you combine it with a VERY disciplined diet. Typically after a good exercise, most will reward themselves with super or a meal; which negates the exercise in the 1st place!!!

By slowly adjusting your fat storage, carbo craving, sugar and fat metabolism, glucose regulations and stress control, this multi-faceted approach with the right nutrition (good food habits) and exercise (moderate), you will lose between 6-12kg in 90days!


Monday, March 17, 2008

Relationship Between Fat & Chronic Disease

Visceral Fat Explained - Channel News Asia

A Video on Fat in Arteries!!! (Mandarin)

What does fat in the arteries look like? Watch this video!

Be mindful of the fats you take and seek to reduce your fat in your body.

How Does a Heart Attack Happen?

How Does A Heart Attack Happen? - Amazing videos are here


Visceral Fat Explained

Recent findings on internal fat called Visceral Fat has raised an alarming concern among those that are overweight and 'slim' (yes slim people have it too!). Visceral Fat is fat in the abdominal/trunk area. They surround internal organs and may cause high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases and Type II Diabetes. The only way to reduce Visceral Fat is to 1) Exercise. However, brisk walking for 3 hours will only maintain it. 2) A special Conjugated Linoliec Acid (CLA) can help squeeze out the fat from the cells.

Find out your Visceral Fat with a Fat Analysis Machine. Anything above 9% is high risk! Ideally, men should be between 5-7, while women should be between 2-4.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Understanding of Other Weight Loss Methods

Below are a list of comparisons of typicaly Weight Loss Methods in the Market. Understanding them will provide a better view of what works and why the yo-yo effect will occur. The TRA Program is totally unique and does not have any of these side effects, but ALL THE BENEFITS to a healthy body and transformation.

Click here to understand the TRA Program.

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Monday, November 5, 2007

What's it your Ideal Weight?

So, what is your ideal weight? Are you overweight?
How do you know if you are overweight or obese?
1. Standard Measurement - Body Weight Measurement
MEN (KG): (Height in cm - 80) * 0.7
WOMEN (KG): (Heigh in cm - 70) * 0.6
  • Normal : 10% higher than ideal body weight
  • Overweight : Between 10%-20% higher than ideal body weight
  • Obese : More than 20% higher than ideal body weight

2. Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index (BMI) (kg/m2)

  • Underweight: BMI less than 18.5
  • Normal: BMI Between 18.5 and 23
  • Unhealthy Overweight: BMI Between 23 and 27
  • Unhealthy Obesity (Sightly, Grade 1): BMI Between 27 and 30
  • Unhealthy Obesity (Grade 2): BMI Between 30 and 35
  • Unhealthy Obesity (Very, Grade 3): BMI more than 35

3. Body Fat % Measurement (w/ Fat Analyser)

Women 15-39 years old

  • 14-20 Slim
  • 21-25 Normal
  • 26-31 Overweight
  • 32-38 Obese

Women 40-55 years old

  • 15-21 Slim
  • 22-26 Normal
  • 27-32 Overweight
  • 33-39 Obese

Men 15-39 years old

  • 11-17 Slim
  • 18-23 Normal
  • 24-29 Overweight
  • 30-36 Obese

    Men 40-55 years old
  • 12-18 Slim
  • 19-24 Normal
  • 25-30 Overweight
  • 31-37 Obese
Source: World Health Organization