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Main eBook: “A Beginner’s Guide to Nutrition for Losing Weight

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Table of Contents for the Fitness Nutrition PLR Ebook:

What is Good Nutrition?………………………………………………………… 2

The Basic Food Groups……………………………………………………….. 2

Good Nutrition Helps You Lose Weight Because………………… 3

Nutrition Myths – Busted!……………………………………………………… 3

Nutrition Myth #1 Carbs are Bad……………………………………….. 3

Nutrition Myth #2 All Calories are Equal…………………………… 3

Nutrition Myth #3 All Saturated Fat is Bad for You……………. 4

How Does Good Nutrition Help You Lose Weight?………………… 4

Fiber…………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Inflammation……………………………………………………………………… 6

Metabolism…………………………………………………………………………. 7

Steady Blood Sugar Levels………………………………………………….. 7

Make Small Changes – Reap Big Results………………………………… 9

The Power of Changing Your Habits…………………………………… 9

Getting Started…………………………………………………………………….. 11

 

Sample Content for the Fitness Nutrition Premium PLR Ebook:

What is Good Nutrition?

Trying to eat better? It can be a confusing path. Information about what’s healthy and how to lose weight comes in many shapes and forms, and the information is often contradictory. You might hear the old adage, “calories in, calories out.” And the next minute you might read that “not all calories are equal.”

So what’s the truth and what is good nutrition? Do you trust the federal nutrition guidelines, your doctor, your best friend, the latest trend or do you listen to your body?

If you’re confused and frustrated, you’re not alone. The good news is that all of this confusion really only stems from two places:

  1. New science and information being released
  2. People trying to profit

These can overlap – quality companies and manufacturers do make good, nutritious food based on the latest in health and nutrition science. If you can evaluate the nutrition information you’re reading or hearing and ask where the information comes from, then you’re way ahead of the majority of the population. This guide incorporates that new science and information. We’ll share what the guidelines are and why they have been created.

Let’s start with the information you may have learned in grade school and how it’s changed over the years.

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3 Long Product Reviews:

Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite – 919 words

Customized Fat Loss Diet Program – 975 words

Perfect Portions Digital Scale + Nutrition Facts Display – 973 words

 

4 Short Product Reviews

EatSmart Precision Pro – Multifunction Digital Kitchen Scale – 557 words

FitDeck – 497 words

Fitlosophy Fitbook: Fitness and Nutrition Journal – 454 words

The China Study Book – 444 words

 

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High Quality Fitness Nutrition PLR Articles:

3 Easy Portion Control Habits To Start Using Today – 448 words

A Beginner’s Guide To Balancing The Food Groups – 414 words

A Guide to Carbohydrates and Weight Loss – 422 words

A Guide to the 6 Nutrients Your Body Needs On A Daily Basis – 501 words

Do Antioxidants Help Weight Loss? – 433 words

Do You Need Weight Loss Supplements? – 436 words

Essential Vitamins and Minerals For Weight Loss – 413 words

Good Fats Vs. Bad Fats for Weight Loss – 427 words

How Small Efforts In Portion Control Can Achieve Weight Loss – 424 words

How To Modify Recipes For Healthier Results – 481 words

How To Understand The Nutritional Value of Every Day Foods and Packaged Foods – 427 words

How You Eat Your Food Is Just As Important As What You Eat – 407 words

The Importance of Protein in Weight Loss – 434 words

The 3 Top Reasons To Eat A Healthful Balanced Diet – 428 words

What Are Processed Foods? – 435 words

What Is Fiber and How Can It Help With Weight Loss? – 407 words

What Is Nutrient Density? – 433 words

Why Eating Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight – 404 words

Why Experts Say Diet Sodas Are Not A Beneficial Part Of A Weight Loss Program – 406 words

Why You Need Antioxidants and A Guide To Natural Sources – 404 words

 

Fitness Nutrition PLR Article Sample:

Do You Need Weight Loss Supplements?

Losing weight involves a lot of change in your body – and not just in your eating and exercise habits. Internally, changing how your body goes about burning energy as well as how much energy it burns can be a time-consuming process.  In this day and age of instant results, it’s no surprise there are weight loss supplements to speed up the process of shedding weight, whether you are just starting your diet or have hit a plateau in your weight loss journey.

How do you know when you need a weight loss supplement? This can vary from person to person, but a general rule of thumb is when you have stalled at a particular weight for more than a month and have both increased your exercise as well as been true to your calorie goals, then you may want to think about a weight loss supplement. The most important thing in deciding to use a supplement is talk to your doctor first. Why? There may be other reasons why you are not losing weight and your doctor may pick up on a change in your health that needs addressed.

Weight loss supplements can range from fiber supplements to meal replacements to herbs  to man-made chemicals that increase the metabolism. Generally speaking, only a handful of supplements have any official track record of increasing weight loss. They most proven and reliable supplements are fiber and meal replacements.

Fiber

Dietary fiber, sometimes called roughage, is the part of food from plants that is indigestible by our gastric systems. Fiber – either through powder, capsule, or food – slows the digestive process down and makes you feel fuller. Fiber also acts as a type of broom as it moves through your intestines, collecting leftover debris and sweeping it out of the body, aiding in weight loss that normally isn’t addressed through exercise or calorie reduction. Be careful not to increase fiber too rapidly as it will cause bloating and gas as your intestines are cleaned out. Also be sure to drink two to three more glasses of water each day as you gradually increase your fiber intake so you do not become constipated.

Meal Replacements

Meal replacements – whether in the form of a bar, a shake, or a pre-made meal – really do work if you follow along with the plan. Usually, you substitute breakfast and lunch with the meal replacements and have a snack of fruit or other low calorie item and then around a 500 calorie dinner. When combined with consistency of maintaining caloric goals and exercising regularly, it really does help you lose weight.

 

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5 Fitness Nutrition PLR Articles

Creating a Meal Plan That Aligns with Your Fitness Plan (533 words)

How Much Should I Eat When Trying to Get Fit? (561 words)

Supplements You May Need When You are On a Fitness Program (715 words)

Water: Your Secret Ingredient in Your Nutrition Plan (552 words)

Weight Gain: Are Carbs the Culprit? (747 words)

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Fitness Nutrition PLR Article Sample:

How Much Should I Eat When Trying to Get Fit?

This is a very difficult question to answer because there are so many factors involved. There’s also so much misinformation out there that it’s no wonder that people trying to figure it all out end up more discombobulated than ever.

The first step to answering this question is to ask yourself what your definition of fit is. Different people have different definitions, but all that matters is what you want.

  • Are you trying to shed all your excess pounds? Is that your definition of fit?
  • If you’re a lady, do you want a lean, lithe body that looks great in a slinky dress?
  • Maybe you want a muscular, bulky body with biceps that split your t-shirt sleeves and command attention?
  • What about those who want to have high endurance and strength for activities like CrossFit, but aren’t really worried about aesthetics? It’s all about performance for them.

Each of these different goals will have different requirements.

If you’re trying to lose weight, you’ll need to aim for a daily caloric deficit of about 500 to 600 calories daily. There’s no denying the fact that you’ll have to EAT LESS than what you’re accustomed to. You won’t need to starve, but it will be a little bit less satiating. Drinking a glass of water before each meal will help prevent this problem.

While some articles will tell you to eat 6 small meals a day, this is unnecessary and counterproductive. Ideally, you should have a 6 to 8 hour eating window where you consume all your calories for the day. Once the window closes, you’ll fast until the next day when your eating window opens again.

This is known as intermittent fasting and it’s highly effective for weight loss because it stabilizes your body’s insulin levels. When your insulin levels are low, your body will be primed for fat burning and will have no choice but to burn its fat stores for fuel.

For people who are already lean and trying to build a toned body, consuming slightly more protein will help with their weight training because the body will be able to repair and build muscle tissue. Their macro nutrient ratio will be slightly different from someone who is trying to lose weight.

There’s also less focus on controlling one’s carbs because people who are lean tend to have a higher metabolic rate. The more muscle on your body, the more calories you’ll burn while at rest.

So, you can eat more as long as you don’t go overboard.

People who are trying to get fit with endurance activities will need to consume more calories from fat. This will help to fuel their long workouts. They may need additional glucose too. It all depends on the activity.

At the end of the day, most people just want to lose weight and look great. Initially, the focus should be on eating less than usual and slowly replacing unhealthy foods with healthier options. As you progress in your fitness journey, you can learn how to eat to fuel your body for the workouts you engage in.

Speaking to a fitness trainer and/or nutritionist will help you have a better understand of how meal plans work. It’s not so much about quantity as quality. Once you realize that food is fuel and not therapy, you’ll eat more mindfully because ultimately, you’ll always wear what you eat.

 

10 Nutrition PLR Articles and Tweets Pack

Nutrition Articles Titles:

Active Nutrition for an Active Lifestyle – 524 Words

Essential Steps for Men’s Balanced Nutrition – 545 Words

Essential Steps for Women’s Balanced Nutrition – 554 Words

How to Eliminate Sugar from Your Diet – 530 Words

How to Energize Your Breakfast with Protein – 571 Words

Jump-Start Your Metabolism with These Three Spices – 501 Words

Nutrients Men Need for Optimal Health – 528 Words

Nutrients that Speed Recovery Post Workout – 572 Words

Overhydrating – How Much Is Too Much? – 510 Words

Twelve Foods You Should Never Eat for Breakfast – 862 Words

Includes 10 Tweets for Social Posting.

These Nutrition PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Nutrition PLR Article Sample:

Essential Steps for Women’s Balanced Nutrition

As a general rule women require less food to maintain a healthy balanced diet than men. The exception is salt and fiber intake, which should be the same for men and women.

Here are some easy ways to help you measure out how big meal portions of everything you should have as a woman.

* Carbohydrates like cereal, rice, pasta, or potatoes – Clench your fist; this is the size of portion of carbohydrates you should have.

* Proteins like meat, poultry, and fish – You should measure your protein to be the size of the palm of your hand.

* Popcorn should just be enough to fit in two cupped hands.

* Limit your baked goods to the size of two of your fingers.

* Butter and spreads should be the size of the tip of your thumb.

So here are the balanced meals a woman should eat throughout her day.

Breakfast

This is truly the most important meal of the day. Kick-start your metabolism with protein. Be sure to include things like eggs, fish, lean ham or low-fat dairy. Stay away from the carbs in the morning. The protein will keep you full longer, helping you to eat fewer calories throughout the day.

Mid-Morning Snack

Eating smaller meals throughout the day helps maintain your blood sugar. This doesn’t mean you eat more; it should be just a small pick-me-up. Some rice cakes spread with peanut butter and a banana are great for keeping your energy up.

Lunch

Keep lunch to starchy carbs and lean proteins. The carbs will provide you with energy to keep you from falling victim to the mid-day slump that most people experience. You need to choose carbs that will give you a steady rise in blood sugar, so stay away from the sugar and white foods and opt for high fiber whole grain options. Try rye bread with salmon, chicken, or dairy. Don’t forget the greens. Whole grain toast with baked beans is another good lunch choice.

Mid-Afternoon Snack

Is your sugar tooth starting to come out around this time of the day? Well, it’s a good time then to take care of that sweet tooth. But opt for fruit. A handful of dried fruit with some nuts are a good sweet and savory pick-me-up for a mid-afternoon snack. Combining dried fruits with nuts will help slow down the release of the sugar from the dried fruit, keeping you energized longer. Quick healthy snacks on hand like cherry tomatoes, grapes, and small vegetables will be great to keep in your fridge and grab for your mid-day snack.

Dinner

Go ahead and have carbs at dinner. They’re low in fat, high in fiber, and help you relax in the evening. Have healthy fats like what you can get from salmon, mackerel, and sardines as well as nuts and seeds. Your body will use the fat overnight to regenerate and repair, which is great for healthy skin and hair.

Fill half of your plate with colorful vegetables, or a salad covered with a dressing made from flaxseed oil. Have meat, fish, or beans with brown rice or whole grain pasta.

Following these guidelines and making healthy choices throughout the day will keep you satisfied all day long, and ready to tackle a busy day.

 

Better Nutrition Report PLR Report – 8224 words

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Better Nutrition Report PLR Report Sample Content:

You Are What You Eat: The Relationship between Nutrition & a Healthy Body

For a long time people have realized that there is a relationship between food, and health. However, it’s only been in recent years that the true benefits of eating a healthy diet have been understood. Doctors and nutritionists alike know that there is a connection between nutrition and health due to the role vitamins and minerals play. It’s not uncommon today for consumers to visit their doctor for their yearly checkups where they are given blood tests that check for vitamin deficiencies.

It may seem strange that in todays modern societies and first world countries that we would be the least bit concerned with nutritional deficiencies, but unfortunately due to the fast-paced, fast-food lifestyle, many people are overfed, but under nourished. TV shows like Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, where he tried to complete a healthy make-over of America’s school lunch programs, and HLN’s “Cook Your Ass Off” bring to light how important eating the right type of food is to the human body.

The truth is, eating the wrong food causes most of the illnesses first world inhabitants experience today. Heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, some cancers, tooth decay, osteoporosis, and even depression can be traced to issues with people not eating meals composed of the right type of nutrition. There is even evidence today that many autoimmune illnesses like Fibromyalgia are linked to a deficiency of vitamin D (Pain Medicine, Volume 13, Issue 3, Pages 452-458).

Thankfully, humans are resilient, as you learn more about nutrition and how it affects your health, once you make the changes the results are usually dramatic and astounding. And, the thing is, it’s not even that difficult. It really is simple. The truth is that good health boils down to this: Eat as close to nature as possible, eat mostly plants, drink water, move around, get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Supplement only when truly necessary.

Whether you choose a vegan lifestyle or one of everything in moderation — you can eat healthy, increase your nutritional quotient, and improve your health dramatically by understanding the role that nutrition plays in your health and disease prevention. In addition it helps to know where (and how much) fat, fiber, protein, and the various vitamins and minerals come from. Due to the commercialization of food and corporations lobbying the government, our information is tainted, the answers my surprise you.

 

Health and Nutrition PLR Report and Ecovers – 8392 words

You Are What You Eat: The Relationship between Nutrition & a Healthy Body

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Health and Nutrition PLR Report Sample Content:

You Are What You Eat: The Relationship between Nutrition & a Healthy Body

For a long time people have realized that there is a relationship between food, and health. However, it’s only been in recent years that the true benefits of eating a healthy diet have been understood. Doctors and nutritionists alike know that there is a connection between nutrition and health due to the role vitamins and minerals play. It’s not uncommon today for consumers to visit their doctor for their yearly checkups where they are given blood tests that check for vitamin deficiencies.

It may seem strange that in todays modern societies and first world countries that we would be the least bit concerned with nutritional deficiencies, but unfortunately due to the fast-paced, fast-food lifestyle, many people are overfed, but under nourished. TV shows like Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, where he tried to complete a healthy make-over of America’s school lunch programs, and HLN’s “Cook Your Ass Off” bring to light how important eating the right type of food is to the human body.

The truth is, eating the wrong food causes most of the illnesses first world inhabitants experience today. Heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, some cancers, tooth decay, osteoporosis, and even depression can be traced to issues with people not eating meals composed of the right type of nutrition. There is even evidence today that many autoimmune illnesses like Fibromyalgia are linked to a deficiency of vitamin D (Pain Medicine, Volume 13, Issue 3, Pages 452-458).

Thankfully, humans are resilient, as you learn more about nutrition and how it affects your health, once you make the changes the results are usually dramatic and astounding. And, the thing is, it’s not even that difficult. It really is simple. The truth is that good health boils down to this: Eat as close to nature as possible, eat mostly plants, drink water, move around, get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Supplement only when truly necessary.

Whether you choose a vegan lifestyle or one of everything in moderation — you can eat healthy, increase your nutritional quotient, and improve your health dramatically by understanding the role that nutrition plays in your health and disease prevention. In addition it helps to know where (and how much) fat, fiber, protein, and the various vitamins and minerals come from. Due to the commercialization of food and corporations lobbying the government, our information is tainted, the answers my surprise you.

 

Nutrition PLR eCourse – 3867 words

Ecourse: Nutrition Topics

1.Three nutrient dense foods to add to your diet

2.Avoiding supplementation – what about vitamin D?

3.Tips to add veggies to every meal

4.RDAs or DRIs – what’s the difference?

5.Key to reducing inflammation in your diet

6.Do you have special nutritional needs?

7.What about probiotics?

8.Tips to get your calcium from natural sources

9.Simple steps you can take to improve your digestion and absorption

10.Top tips to embrace variety in your diet

These Nutrition PLR emails are available in Word doc and .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Nutrition PLR eCourse Sample Content:

Subject: Three nutrient dense foods to add to your diet

Dear NAME,

Getting complete nutrition into your diet can be difficult. There is no such thing as a food that has everything in it that you need. And sometimes it may seem that in order to achieve complete nutrition, you need to eat thousands of calories – way more food than you want or need. It’s one of the reasons that people turn to multivitamins and supplements. Yet we know that in many cases, supplementing with pills is largely a waste of your money.

One way to help you get more from your food is to seek out nutrient dense foods. They’re also often called superfoods, and adding them to your diet can help you achieve better health and nutrition without supplementation.

Dark Leafy Greens

You might be tired of hearing about, and eating, kale. However, it belongs in this category of superfoods. If kale is so last year, try collards, spinach, dandelion greens and arugula. Really, any dark leafy greens are great and you can’t eat too much of them. They’re high in minerals like calcium. They also have protein, antioxidants, and folate. Try greens in a salad, in a smoothie, and even sautéed and served as a side.

Beans

Beans are wonderful because there are so many different types of beans that you may never get tired of them. They have an abundance of fiber and are high in protein. They are also a good source of nutrients that can be difficult to obtain from other foods – including copper, manganese, phosphorus, iron, vitamin B, magnesium, potassium, and iron.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are one of the healthiest vegetables that you can eat. They’re delicious baked, sautéed, or even diced up and tossed into a stir fry or soup. They’re extremely high in vitamin A as well as a good source of vitamin C, manganese, copper, and different types of vitamin B.

We’ve highlighted these three foods because they’re foods that people often don’t include in their diet. When was the last time you ate a sweet potato, for example? Both sweet potatoes and beans are quite versatile and you can always find a way to get your days’ worth of dark leafy greens.

If you’re looking for a way to naturally add more nutrition to your diet, these three foods need to be part of your plan.

Next time we’ll take a look at one of the biggest challenges to complete nutrition without supplementation. We’re talking about vitamin D.

 

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Main Report:

Report: A Beginner’s Guide to Nutrition for Losing Weight

(3,951 words, 10 pages)

 

A Beginner’s Guide to Nutrition for Losing Weight Report Content Outline:

What is Good Nutrition?

– The Basic Food Groups

– Good Nutrition Helps You Lose Weight Because…

Nutrition Myths – Busted!

– Nutrition Myth #1 Carbs are Bad

– Nutrition Myth #2 All Calories are Equal

– Nutrition Myth #3 All Saturated Fat is Bad for You

How Does Good Nutrition Help You Lose Weight?

– Fiber

– Inflammation

– Metabolism

– Steady Blood Sugar Levels

Make Small Changes – Reap Big Results

– The Power of Changing Your Habits

Getting Started

 

Checklist: Basic Nutrition Fact Sheet – 236 words

 

Reviews

3 Long Product Reviews:

Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite – 919 words

Customized Fat Loss Diet Program – 975 words

Perfect Portions Digital Scale + Nutrition Facts Display – 973 words

 

4 Short Product Reviews

EatSmart Precision Pro – Multifunction Digital Kitchen Scale – 557 words

FitDeck – 497 words

Fitlosophy Fitbook: Fitness and Nutrition Journal – 454 words

The China Study Book – 444 words

 

20 Fitness Nutrition PLR Articles:

3 Easy Portion Control Habits To Start Using Today – 448 words

A Beginner’s Guide To Balancing The Food Groups – 414 words

A Guide to Carbohydrates and Weight Loss – 422 words

A Guide to the 6 Nutrients Your Body Needs On A Daily Basis – 501 words

Do Antioxidants Help Weight Loss? – 433 words

Do You Need Weight Loss Supplements? – 436 words

Essential Vitamins and Minerals For Weight Loss – 413 words

Good Fats Vs. Bad Fats for Weight Loss – 427 words

How Small Efforts In Portion Control Can Achieve Weight Loss – 424 words

How To Modify Recipes For Healthier Results – 481 words

How To Understand The Nutritional Value of Every Day Foods and Packaged Foods – 427 words

How You Eat Your Food Is Just As Important As What You Eat – 407 words

The Importance of Protein in Weight Loss – 434 words

The 3 Top Reasons To Eat A Healthful Balanced Diet – 428 words

What Are Processed Foods? – 435 words

What Is Fiber and How Can It Help With Weight Loss? – 407 words

What Is Nutrient Density? – 433 words

Why Eating Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight – 404 words

Why Experts Say Diet Sodas Are Not A Beneficial Part Of A Weight Loss Program – 406 words

Why You Need Antioxidants and A Guide To Natural Sources – 404 words

 

Bonuses:

5 Fitness Nutrition PLR Articles

Creating a Meal Plan That Aligns with Your Fitness Plan (533 words)

How Much Should I Eat When Trying to Get Fit? (561 words)

Supplements You May Need When You are On a Fitness Program (715 words)

Water: Your Secret Ingredient in Your Nutrition Plan (552 words)

Weight Gain: Are Carbs the Culprit? (747 words)

These Fitness Nutrition PLR Articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license.

 

10 Nutrition PLR Articles and Tweets Pack

Nutrition Articles Titles:

Active Nutrition for an Active Lifestyle – 524 Words

Essential Steps for Men’s Balanced Nutrition – 545 Words

Essential Steps for Women’s Balanced Nutrition – 554 Words

How to Eliminate Sugar from Your Diet – 530 Words

How to Energize Your Breakfast with Protein – 571 Words

Jump-Start Your Metabolism with These Three Spices – 501 Words

Nutrients Men Need for Optimal Health – 528 Words

Nutrients that Speed Recovery Post Workout – 572 Words

Overhydrating – How Much Is Too Much? – 510 Words

Twelve Foods You Should Never Eat for Breakfast – 862 Words

Includes 10 Tweets for Social Posting.

These Nutrition PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Better Nutrition Report PLR Report – 8224 words

This report is available in Word doc and .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Health and Nutrition PLR Report and Ecovers – 8392 words

You Are What You Eat: The Relationship between Nutrition & a Healthy Body

This report is available in Word doc and .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Nutrition PLR eCourse – 3867 words

Ecourse: Nutrition Topics

1.Three nutrient dense foods to add to your diet

2.Avoiding supplementation – what about vitamin D?

3.Tips to add veggies to every meal

4.RDAs or DRIs – what’s the difference?

5.Key to reducing inflammation in your diet

6.Do you have special nutritional needs?

7.What about probiotics?

8.Tips to get your calcium from natural sources

9.Simple steps you can take to improve your digestion and absorption

10.Top tips to embrace variety in your diet

These Nutrition PLR emails are available in Word doc and .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Total Word Count: 46 000+ Words

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