Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Never take in fewer than 1,200 calories per day or you'll put yourself at risk for muscle loss, fainting spells, and changes in electrolyte levels that could be fatal.
Eat Slower to Eat Less
People who paced their meals maintained higher blood levels of two hormones that signal the brain to stop consuming than did those who chowed down in a rush, reports a new study. The takeaway: When you're attempting to drop pounds, rather than change your diet, make sure you aren't speed eating.