Thursday, May 29, 2008

Is Natural Rapid Weight Loss Possible?

 is Natural Rapid Weight Loss Possible?
Is Natural Rapid Weight Loss Possible?
by Lewis Phillips

Maintaining a healthy weight isn't a special secret, in fact natural weight loss is about eating properly and regular physical activity; although, not many people listen to this.
This should be an easy concept for the many overweight people around the world, but a third of overweight Americans and millions globally would seem to disagree with this. The conflicting aspect is that a large percentage of overweight people are desperately trying to lose those pounds whether it is because they are tired of the looks they receive or for health reasons.

But the fact is that it is a whole lot easier to prevent putting on pounds than to try losing them later on. Nevertheless, weight maintenance is something that has to be worked on and planned, otherwise extra pounds are inevitable.


It has been shown that even when overweight people enjoy eating low calorie foods, the majority become bored and end up putting the weight back on because they slip back into previous ways. The simple fact is this; the longer you ignore natural weight loss programs and stay overweight, the more likely you are to have health problems.

The importance of maintaining the correct weight is more than just for looks, especially as the number of health problems related to weight and obesity grows. The basics of eating correctly while maintaining a healthy weight is not all that complicated, in fact most people know pretty well what is best and that is losing weight naturally.

A reasonable approach to natural weight loss is to stick to a diet that is high in complex carbohydrates and fiber, moderate in protein, and low in fat. You have probably had a meal like this in a restaurant; a baked or jacket potato with fresh vegetables and some meat, as lean as possible but not with gravy or butter on the potato.

The problem is calories from dietary fat can be high and have a tendency to be retained by the body, which is something that doesn't happen when excess calories are consumed with other foods. Despite the number of either low fat or zero fat foods on the market, it's a surprise that Americans continue to put on weight, but there is a very good reason for this.

The misconception is that if you are eating something fat-free, then you won't be adding extra fat to your body, but all food contains calories, just not always in the form of fat. The term fat-free can be a trap if you start to believe that you can eat any amount of fat-free food, when it is far better to respond to hunger with healthy snacks.

The subject of when to eat and how often can be contentious but the latest thoughts on the subject suggest that keeping to regular meal times and eating small nutritious snacks between meals may be the answer. Determination, will power and belief should be aspects of your natural weight loss program if you really want to look good and be healthy.





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