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Therefore, our individual challenge is to choose a healthy diet after having done a thorough reading. Above all, it is necessary to understand how our bodies function and to select right foods to win battle against obesity. Junk foods are just that … junk food, without nutritional value and mostly high in calories. However, I prefer not to call it “diet,” but a healthy decision to eat healthy.
Hence, it is up to us to decide which diet will work better for us. On one hand, we feel vulnerable by insane bombardment of diet propaganda and not knowing which one to trust, while on other hand, we think we found right diet based on their propaganda, but end up disappointed. Consequently, my advice is to research different programs and see how they will benefit your weight loss goal, not other way around.
The most important thing is to eat healthy and in moderation, as well as drink a lot of water to keep our bodies hydrated, exercise at least 3 times a week, and have your nutritional supplements. Avoid excess of saturated fats, use oils containing healthy fat, such as olive oil and canola oil. Over processed food, mostly sugary products, is not a good companion to keep weight off.
Bottom line, whatever diet is working for you, stick to it. Just remember your goal is to keep weight off in long-term -- not for just a short-term. Remember you are not alone; there are many people trying to lose weight and helping each other is most valuable tool. Others have lost weight and kept weight off. I did it, so can you! Believe in yourself, you are special.
In meantime, just as my nephew Nadeem told me, “What did fast tomato tell slow tomato? KETCHUP!“ Hence, I will KETCH you UP in next article. Right now, I am going to exercise in elliptical for 35 minutes. Your commitment is also my commitment, “Official! Overweight? NO MORE!” We can do it!
Your commitment is also my commitment, “Official! Overweight? NO MORE!” We can do it!
Before starting any nutritional program, exercise or diet program, we advise you to consult with your physician.
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