Weight Loss Tip: Be aware of how many nutrients are lost in the processing of your food. A whole-grain wheat bread is a much better choice than a multi-grain processed bread, for example. Even items that seem to be high in good foods, such as a bowl of vegetable soup, are not as healthy as an unprocessed counterpart.
Body fat percentage can be calculated at home! All you need is a measuring tape if you’re a lady and a measuring tape and a scale if your’e a guy and a calculator and you’ll be good to go. Body fat percentage is a more accurate tool for assessing your health than your BMI which we discussed in last week’s video. You don’t need to go to the gym and have a trainer use calipers or another device to find your body fat percentage either! The method used in this week’s video is just as accurate as either method.
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Have a great day and awesome workout! ~Catherine
P.S. Having trouble with the math? Head here: for a follow-up video and calculator to check your work 🙂