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Here's What You Need to Know About the Calorie Counts on Your Apple Watch

5 monthes ago   |   By PopSugar

There are few things more satisfying than getting in some steps or a tough workout and instantly finding out how many calories you burned. If you're obsessed with checking your Apple Watch, you know what I'm talking about - but you may have noticed that there are quite a few numbers to track, including active calories and total calories. If you're unsure of the difference, we've got answers.
Simply put, active calories are those you burn while walking , climbing, jogging - whatever you do for exercise. Total calories include active calories and resting calories, those your body burns...
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You Can Engineer Your Workouts to Burn More Calories, Based on Your Period

You Can Engineer Your Workouts to Burn More Calories, Based on Your Period

5 monthes ago   |   By PopSugar

There are a lot of things that can affect your metabolism. Age, genetics, and diet play a role, of course, but for women looking to maximize their calorie burn, there's another factor to consider: your menstrual cycle. And we're not just talking about your period. "A woman's metabolism is affected by her hormone fluctuations throughout the month," Alisa Vitti, HHC, AADP, functional nutritionist and founder of FLOLiving.com , told POPSUGAR. Here's how to use those hormones to your advantage.
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