How To Lose Weight And Keep It Off Without Pills, Diets, Or Voodoo

Monday, November 15, 2010

Lots of people today have a problem with their weight. Ranging from being a few pounds overweight, to full blown clinical obesity, it has become a huge health risk for adults today.
Most nutritionists agree the best way to lose weight, and keep it off, is to simply eat less, and exercise more. If that seems so blatantly obvious, why are so many people overweight?

One possible explanation may be that people see losing weight as a one-time task, rather than a lifestyle change. If you don’t change your lifestyle, you aren’t likely to keep off any weight that you might lose.
So it would seem that the best way would be to make a good diet and exercise plan part of your daily routine. This is easiest when they are introduced slowly, so they can become automatic.
Sure, most of us would love to take a magic pill and wake up tomorrow and be able to fit into our high school prom dress. But that isn’t really very realistic. The best way might be to lose weight slowly.
It’s better to slowly add changes to your lifestyle and diet, so that you not only slowly lose weight, but change your lifestyle so that you can easily keep it off.
What would you be like in a year if you simply made a few small changes a week? How much thinner and healthier would you look and feel? How much more energy would you have every day?
So what changes are we talking about? Small, easy to manage ones. Take the stairs once in a while. Got to your favorite fast food place a little less frequently. Save it for special occasions. Go for a short walk every morning.
These may not seem like much, but believe me they add up over time. The small steps you make today can have a profound impact on you in a few months time.


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