Losing Weight The Right Way

January 1st, 2010 | by admin |

Anyone who tells you that you need supplements to lose fat is either misinformed or is trying to sell them to you. Losing weight does not come from a bottle there is no fat burning pill, drink or powder that has ever being proven to keep it off long term.

In American $30 billion a year is spent on losing weight. Diet programs and products at first can help you loss some weigh. The only problem most of these millions of people regain there weight back within the period of 5 years.

Many fad diets that claim losing weight the right way such as rapid weight loss are more then likely succeeding short term due to the expense of muscle loss or water loss or the both of them. Water loss and muscle loss should be avoided when losing weight and keep in mind that when it comes to bathroom scales do not assume that a scale measures how much weight you have lost if it involves muscle loss or water loss.

When it comes to losing weight the right way I recommend you do some type of physical activity. It can range from walking, walking the dog, aerobics, weight training, social sports basically anything that requires you to do some movement. Exercise is not only important to losing weight but your overall health and well-being. Begin with a daily walk and couple times a week do a different activity. Do not see it as all to hard to do the more you do something the easier it gets and the results can be very rewarding.

Personally after I exercise I feel great at first when you exercise you can feel lethargic but when you get into it you will be amazed with what you can achieve and how it makes you feel.

When it comes to losing weight anything that promises very quick weight loss is more then likely trying to get you to spend your hard earn money very quickly by tricking your emotions. People spend a lot of their time and money on gimmicks and diet fads that only get used for a short time with little or no result.

Losing Weight The Right Way

Tony Pescatore


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