You are not alone. Thousands of people every day set a goal to lose weight and get healthy. Yet, the majority of those people always fall short of their expectations.
And, although some people are able to lose a few pounds initially, the changes are unfortunately often not sustainable for them long-term.
Many end up back at the same weight they started at, while others actually end up gaining even more weight.
But, the worst part of this painful process, however, is the fact that this continuous cycle of setting a goal and not reaching it creates a feeling of learned helplessness, a feeling that there is no hope or way to change your circumstances.
You cannot let this mindset control your life. There is a way to change your thinking and approach towards weight loss, and today I want to share with you 4 weight loss books that will transform your body
Last weekend I was invited to the ITV Studios in Cardiff, where I joined Carl Edwards on Newsweek Wales to discuss the state of the nations health. – you can watch it here
I mentioned my background and some of the things I needed to address in my life to lose weight. Something I mentioned was having the correct attitude.
Every month, thousands of people will search Google looking for information about loose skin after weight loss. Yet despite the high number of webpages giving advice, people seem only to want more.
The reason they want more is because there is so much contradicting advice out there that people don’t know what to believe.
You will find articles from women who have been pregnant, individuals who used to be obese, nutritionists, and even older folks all sharing their experiences and advice on loose skin.
But what is the truth when it comes down to it? Is loose skin just a harsh reality we need to accept? Is there a way to get rid of it without going under the knife? Do certain foods help the problem? Is there a way to make it look better?
I believe there is answer for all these questions, and this article today I will share with you everything you need to know about loose skin after weight loss, which I hope will put your mind at ease when your done reading.
Personal responsibility occupies the biggest seat at the table of blame. The common assumption in obesity hinges on it being a personal choice: we control what we eat and how much we exercise. If your obese, it must be because you don’t exercise and eat too much…
But what about obesity in children?
Is obesity in children a result of behaviour? Can a child take responsibility for their actions? Is child obesity the parents fault?
Personal responsibility implies a choice: that there is a conscious decision to a behaviour (e.g., a child doesn’t run across the road because it’s learnt about the very dangers). But can this make sense in regards to children with obesity?
In today’s article I want to provide the public with 5 Important Facts About Obesity In Children , in which I have listed below:
There is a common belief people hold about losing weight that makes me very uncomfortable.
The reason is makes me uncomfortable, is because it makes losing weight difficult for a lot of people. Even worse, it’s not their fault they think this way.
What is this belief I’m talking about?
In order to lose weight, all junk foods must be eliminated and replaced with health foods.
Let me explain why this is not true…