Need to Lose Weight for the Holidays?
Obesity is on the rise. More and more people are going to the doctor for physicals or to address another issue only to be told they could stand to lose a few pounds. While your physician can state the obvious and help you overcome the health issues associated with excessive weight gain, they are not the best ones to address weight loss issues. Once they determine how much weight you should lose to achieve a healthy weight, their best suggestion is to exercise and eat a less.
In most cases, eating more (real food) is the first step. Choosing natural foods that have not seen excessive amounts of processing or have an abundance of preservatives are the most nutritious. They will provide you with adequate amount of nutrients without over taxing the liver and digestive system. Eating four or five smaller meals each day will provide the body with a continual source of energy with little to no down time. Always remember that to lose weight, you must burn more calories than you take in each day. That's where healing foods provide the most sensible answer.
When it comes to exercise, it is wise to see your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to start a workout program. Your next step is to find a personal trainer who is willing to work with your doctor to create a workout program that addresses your current level of activity and your specific physical limitations. A personal trainer knows how the body works and will be able to tailor a workout program that will help you achieve your weight loss goals without causing you injury or stressing your heart, lungs and skeletal structure. Wow! That sounds just like a Metabolic Research Center weight loss consultant.
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