These last 2 days, I have been sharing my thoughts with the BBC here in Wales, about child obesity. – click HERE to read the latest news
Speaking as someone who weighed 17 stone (238 pounds) at the age of 10 and then got to 23 stone (300+ pounds) by the age of 13.
I can tell you, the physical implications were demoralising. I felt completely drained, mentally and emotionally.
I hated the person I had become, and used food to numb these unwanted emotions.
You deserve to be happy with your life, and get everything you want for your body. Yes. You.
It does not matter what experiences you have had in the past, nor how many times you have failed to lose weight.
You can lose weight. And you will lose weight. But first, you must accept that it’s possible -because it is possible.
This is not an attempt to motivate you. This is not an attempt to help you feel good just for the moment. No. This post is about the truth. And the truth is:
In this article, I’m going to talk to you about calories. I’ll explain
what they are, how they work, the types of calories, and how you can use all this information to help achieve your goal.
So if you are looking to lose weight, or would like a better understanding about it. This article is for you.
This is straight up, easy to read and concrete information. I’ve included references at the end of this article for your interest.
It’s fair to say that many of us are confused when it comes to exercise, and fat loss.
More often than not, people join a gym, or an exercise class, hoping that things will work out by themselves.
“On Saturday, he ate through one piece of chocolate cake, one ice-cream cone, one pickle, one slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of salami, one lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake, and one slice of watermelon.” – The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Book)
Did you know:
The majority of obese people don’t feel full.
It’s true. Being obese can stop your body from getting the correct signals.
Keep reading to find out why…