Question: Is 1200 Calories per day unhealthy for me? Keep in mind, I’m short and do not exercise at all.
Answer: To put it in simple terms, the amount of calories you consume on a daily basis depends on how tall you are as well as how much lean muscle tissue your body has. For example, if we look at Person A (male) who weighs 200 pounds and is 6 feet tall, they could be considered muscular or average depending on the amount of lean muscle they have. If this person were to try and eat only 1200 calories a day, it would be considered unhealthy and their energy levels would plummet making it hard to function throughout the day. In addition, they run the risk of turning catabolic which is every dieter’s worst nightmare.
It is not a secret that having a six pack for guys and a flat stomach for women is desired by everybody! Being able to go to the beach and have people stare at you because of your physique makes all of your workout efforts worth it.
However, what if I told you that there was an easy way to get a six pack and a flat stomach by only working out your abs for 7 minutes a day. Would that sound exciting to you?
Question: I love coffee. I drink it almost every morning. Is this really bad for me?
Answer:The truth is that coffee is not bad for you to drink as long as you do not load it up with sugars and other types of sweeteners that contain sugars. You see, many people do not know this but it has been proven that 300 mg’s of caffeine (a main ingredient in coffee) a day can be healthy for you as the caffeine can increase your mental alertness and cause you to not be as fatigued. So as a result you will be able to get better workouts in and have more energy throughout your day!
Some other benefits of coffee are its antioxidant properties which help to prevent oxidative damage to the cells and the fact that it can decrease the risk of getting Parkinson’s disease. To top it off, the FDA considers caffeine to be a safe ingredient.