28-day cleanse: Lose weight with Huma Qureshi

28-day cleanse: Lose weight with Huma Qureshi Actress Huma Qureshi has started a 28-day cleanse on her Instagram (#28DayCleanse), motivating thousands to follow suit. That’s exactly what we all want when every second person we meet is cribbing about his bulging tires or a fat paunch. The campaign started on March 26 and has yet reached its Day 9. Here’s what Huma shared on her Instagram, something which you too can easily follow if you are looking for a healthy weight loss diet plan. The actress started by sharing the…

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Dynamic Lifestyle | Drink Up To Lose Weight

How many times have you ever thought “this weight isn’t going anywhere”? You slave away in the gym, you try your best to eat clean, you get enough sleep, but still not where you want to be. Next to the fact that weight loss takes time, there’s a secret that you need to know – water is your friend! So, maybe you’re not a fan of just plain water or you want something to spruce it up a bit, don’t worry, this is #DynamicLifestyle approved. Here are five quick tips…

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Lose It’s New Photo Tool Turns Your Food Porn Into Calorie Tracker

Success in the hyper-competitive mobile app industry takes endurance. App makers jockey for a coveted spot on our devices’ tiny screens, but few manage to keep our attention over the long haul. One of those rare app companies with staying power is Boston-based FitNow, parent company of the diet and exercise-tracking app Lose It. It was one of the first apps in the Apple store in 2008, and eight years later it remains a top health and fitness app on both iOS and Android phones, the company says. It has…

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Lose It launches Snap It to let users count calories in food photos

Boston-based Lose It! (incorporated as FitNow Inc.) has released a new beta feature today called Snap It within its weight loss and calorie tracking app. As is easily guessed by the name, Snap It beta lets users take photos of their daily meals and snacks to automatically log them and derive approximate calorie counts. For now, users will be able to open the Lose It! app, pick a meal-type (breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack), take a photo of their food, submit and wait briefly for Snap It to analyze it. Snap…

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