Is it inevitable that in today?s society we will end up being overweight Obesity is quite common these days caused in large part by our increasing sedentary lifestyles, poor diet and general lack of exercise, but it’s not something that you must live with. The good news is that with advances in technology and our better understanding of how our bodies operate losing weight doesn’t always call for hours at the gym.
The perceived wisdom for losing weight is to exercise more and eat less. The best way to increase exercise is to try to build it into your daily routine. If you want to lose weight but don?t fancy joining the local gym then one option is to try taking a few trips up and down the stairs, rather than using the lift at work. You may think that this is no big deal, but all the extra calories that you burn will eventually add up to weight loss.
What and when you eat also matters, perhaps as much if not more than your exercise or lack of it. If you are trying to lose weight, be sure to take into account what time of day or night you eat. If you try to starve yourself in the evening, you are putting yourself at risk of ending up hungrier than normal in the morning meaning you then overeat at breakfast Its a vicious circle!
One other thing you might want to consider to give your weight loss efforts a boost are some supplements or diet pills. There are many on the market, so if you are in any doubt about the best one for your needs you should check online or with your dietician or pharmacist.