Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Perfect Office Furniture

Ergonomic Office Chairs

There are many different types of office furniture that are important to any home or regular office. This can range from the very obvious, like writing desks, to less obvious things like water coolers and the types of chairs. While some good looking comfortable leather chairs might be perfect for clients who need to wait, or interviewees for a new job, they aren't always the best choice for actual workers. These aren't the types of chairs that can just be pushed up to a desk and provide both the comfort and the support needed for a long day's productive work.

This is where the importance of ergonomic mesh office chairs comes in. These chairs look good, look professional, but offer the flexibility needed to provide comfort and support. The ergonomic designs of these office chairs helps to prevent injuries, especially the repetitive motion injuries that are very common with office work, with carpal tunnel perhaps being the most famous of them all. Ergonomic office chairs are becoming increasingly popular, and it's not hard to see why. They help to prevent injuries, encourage good posture, and look good all at the same time.

The mesh office chair design is also one of the most popular for several reasons. The most obvious is that these are good looking chairs that are considered stylish and acceptable for any office whether it's a home office, small office, or even a large fortune 500 type company. These chairs are somewhat flexible to allow for comfort, but also firm enough to give the support needed for the average office worker.

Any office can profit from the right choice in furniture, and when style can meet both firmness and comfort you've hit the jackpot and most likely you're looking at a great example of ergonomic office chairs.

Very Low Calorie Diets

Is the Cambridge Diet the King of All VLCD Diets?

There are many very low calorie diets out there which are often referred to as fad diets. Sometimes this is an accurate look at it, but sometimes like in the case of the Cambridge Diet, it is not a completely accurate look at things. A fad diet is by definition a "here today and gone tomorrow" bad idea that shows up and then before you know it, is gone. While there are certain aspects of the Cambridge Diet that can make people think of it this way, the truth is that this diet has been around for decades and is still extremely popular in parts of the world. Especially in Great Britain, where this diet is also sometimes referred to as the Cambridge Diet UK.

This is a very low calorie diet that has a very specific multi-step system, and is highly recommended only for the morbidly obese, and with direct medical supervision. This is a weight loss plan that will cause most people who are grossly overweight to lose a lot of pounds over time. In fact, some dieters who started in the high 400 to low 500 pound range have lost over 300 lbs. in one year - although these are extraordinary examples and should not be considered normal. Still, this seems in many ways to be the preferred very low calorie diet for major weight loss for the morbidly obese, and it has a track record to prove itself.

If you're looking at the Cambridge Diet as a possible way to lose a lot of weight, it's a worthy program but make sure that you have the necessary medical supervision and a firm understanding of how exactly this diet does work. If you do that, you'll be far more likely to be happy with the end results of this program. Good luck, and lose that excess weight!

Monday, September 7, 2009

Cambridge Diet - This Sounds Insane!

Brief Cambridge Diet Review

The Cambridge Diet is a very low calorie diet that is extremely popular in the United Kingdom. Once also somewhat popular in the United States, this particular weight loss plan has lost some popularity in the States but is still in use in the UK for morbidly obese individuals. There are a lot of reports online about this eating plan, but it can be hard to figure out which to listen to, especially when many of them are written by individuals who are selling the Cambridge Diet products as affiliates.

This is a very brief review, but I'll chip in my thoughts really quickly. For one, 400 calories a day seems like way WAY too few. The one credit I will give to this eating plan is that the only individuals who are supposed eat this few starting out are dangerously overweight people who really need to shed a lot of pounds in little time from some type of a quick weight loss diet. If you weigh 400, 500, or 600 pounds, losing weight now to help your heart probably is the number one priority.

That being said, no one who isn't at that dangerous level should eat this few calories a day. The one part of this diet that is said to justify those low amounts is that at the beginning stages all 400 calories come from special Cambridge Diet soups and shakes which are designed to be loaded with vitamins and nutrients, as well as containing the minimum roughage the body needs to squeak by.

That said, the goal is to get off of the 400 calorie level as quickly as possible and get to the point where the 400 calories daily from Cambridge Diet products are also supplemented by extra calories from a variety of regular foods. Even with that exception, having levels at 600 calories, 800 calories, and 1,000 calories still seems way too low.

So that's my two cents. Personally I think there are simply better options out there. Feel free in the comments to let me know what you think. If you want a more detailed review, I found this Cambridge Diet Review that seems as fair and balanced as any other one I've been able to actually find.