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A Quick-fix to Weight-loss is not the Answer!
Marcia Reefer: Posted on Wednesday, May 01, 2013 12:36 AM
The Weight-loss Industry is big business. There are literally thousands of health books, videos, diet and exercise plans for weight loss that claim their plans are so easy to follow that results can be guaranteed in as little as 5 days to 4weeks.
Consumer are desperately looking for a quick-fix or fast and easy way to shed those excess pounds from products that rarely do what their claims state.
Americans think they could be cured easily and get that "perfect" body size by popping a pill or going under the knife (surgery) not knowing that speedy weight loss, often jeopardize their health.
Obesity-The War Against Fat Cells
Marcia Reefer: Posted on Monday, April 30, 2012 11:48 PM
Weight reduction in obese adults is accompanied by a shrinking of fat cells.
Did you know that the more you overeat the fatter your fat cells get? If you want to lose weight stop feeding those fat cells by eating less and exercising more.
It's very simple, when the fat content is reduced; fat cells shrinks, only to expand again when the body's content of fat is restored. Fat cells love to eat so you have to get those rascals under control. Fat cells induce caving and overeating.
Time for a reality check
Marcia Reefer: Posted on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 12:24 AM
A self-assessment approach to weight management
If you do have a problem with your weight, stop beating yourself up over it. Being fat is not the end of the world. It is simple a consequence of careless eating habits and an inactive lifestyle.
Even if you have tried every diet on the planet and failed, by changing your lifestyle and putting a few bad dietary habits in check, you can achieve your weight loss goal.
Healthy and Safe Weight-loss Program Tips
Marcia Reefer: Posted on Thursday, November 18, 2010 1:09 AM
If you want to lose weight in a healthy and safe way, make sure you find a weight-loss program that is based on regular physical activity and an eating plan that is well-balanced, healthy, and easy to follow.
A weight-loss program should encourage healthy behaviors that help you lose weight and maintain your weight. A healthy and safe weight-loss program should include the following:
- Healthy menu and meal plans that reduce calories
- Ensure adequate daily caloric intake
- Eating moderation techniques