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I find your diet and workout are fine. However keep in mind that body weight can be contributed by body fat, water in your body and muscles. I suggest you to focus not just on losing weight but also burning fat. Back to your question. I suggest you to switch your workouts and diet every 2 or 4 weeks. If you're doing the same workouts or having the same diet ...


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Increase in height is not an issue if you really like your body and accept it. Although in some cases like sports/ work(armed forces) requires you to have a min height which is different based on their rules and regulations to which you cannot avoid it. Normally the height of the body grows during the period of 13-19 years of age approx.(Depending on the ...


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The body "selects" the substrate for fuel on the amount of time that it has to provide energy to sustain the exercise, and the amount of oxygen available to use in the conversion process. At lower intensities, fat (both stored and circulating ffa {free fatty acids}) is the preferred source, with carbohydrates in minimal proportions. As you get higher in ...


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The last I heard, calcium supplements are still associated with an increased risk of heart attacks, but no increased risk of strokes or, oddly enough, death from cardiac arrest. This seems to happen regardless of the form of supplementation (citrate has slightly better uptake than carbonate, but still creates increased cardiac risk). There are vegan sources ...



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