by John Bito
In today's society everything is done in a hurry. From making the quick kill in business to hurry to your vacation and rush to relax. With all the advertising and types of fast food we have started to live a fast food lifestyle. You always here how good it used to be when times where simpler. This may be true but we have allowed ourselves to be put in this place.
Obesity is becoming a epidemic and will effect everyone. It will increase our health care premiums and increase the amount sickness and deaths. People that are obese usually die younger and have many more health issues including diabetes and stroke. Dieting can be summed up simply as being a very simple exercise.
Yes a simple exercise. You need to do two things to succeed in any weight loss programs. I believe there are four major components to ant diet and this is still true but you can even make it simpler. For you to loose weight you need to do two things. The first is to change your eating habits. It really does not matter what the diet is. Yes there are diets that are better than others but if you change your eating habits, the ones that have gotten you to this obese stage, you will be able to lose weight. We are making the assumption that you will put good eating habits in place.
Even with all of the tips on weight loss you still need to change your eating habits. This does not happen overnight. This will take some time but it is not impossible. Remember it took time to form the bad habits it will take time to break them. What you need to do is start to eat healthy, you need to do this everyday and stop the junk food and eating foods and fatty foods you know not to be any good for you. As time moves on you will automatically choose the correct foods and prepare a good well balanced meal without checking the book. You need to continue this diet for life and as you do this you will be able to have the occasional forbidden food but as long as you continue to eat healthy. You need to do this the rest of your life just not for a couple of months or until we think we lost enough weight.
The second thing that you need to lose weight after changing your eating habits is exercise. It does not matter what any diet tells you or dietary supplements promises you you will not lose weight without these two conditions. You need to change your eating habits and exercise. How much weight you lose will be determined largely by how much and strenuous you exercise. If you want the instant weight loss that most diets and dietary supplements promise you need to exercise.
Exercise is the one component of any diet that will speed up the weight loss program You need to exercise and exercise regularly to start to lose weight. Make sure that when you choose a exercise you enjoy the activity because you need to do this at three or four times a week. You want to choose a aerobic exercise such as cycling, walking, swimming, Aerobic dancing, jogging and any exercise does not allow for periods of rest. By doing your exercises and then eventually increasing the type or intensity of the exercise and making it more rigorous will also increase the amount of weight you lose. Do not be afraid of sweat. The more you sweat the more you will lose weight. Most people believe they need to exercise a for hours or do exercises that are very strenuous or rigorous. This is not true as you can simply walk, or sign up at a gym with a pool or stationary bicycle and choose one of these activities. Exercise initially maybe a little hard but remember what you are doing. You do no need a full blown workout to lose weight. Any increase in exercise will increase the amount of weight you lose. So start out slowly and gradually increase your activity and lose the fat on any diet.
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Thursday, February 25, 2010
by John Bito