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Go Natural... Load Up on Fruits to Lose Those Extra Pounds

There have been recent statistical reports about the increase in the number of men, women and children with problems with obesity and being overweight. This sharp rise in weight-related health problem may be attributed to factors such as heredity. Some people really have a tendency to become overweight especially if being “full-bodied” is a family trait. Genetics play a major role is literally shaping our bodies. Another reason why many people struggle with weight gain is due to the consumption of high-calorie foods. Most of processed food are high in calories and are not actually nutritious.

These foods are also high in sugar content and other chemicals that are not good for the body. High-calorie diets are made much worse by the relatively sedentary lifestyle of many urbanites and individuals who have no time to workout. By not burning calories, people store fat in their bodies. Fat, which can only be burned through cardiovascular exercise, are packed in a person's body. This situation goes on and one until a person just finds himself overweight.

Others become so obese that it is already considered a serious health risk. Lack of exercise is, indeed, one of the major causes why people gain those extra, unwanted pounds. What can a person do to shed the fat and get back to being healthy? The first easy step is to recognize the fallacy that being “full-bodied” does not necessarily mean one is healthy. People often associate having a good appetite as a sign of good health. Far from it, the question that must be asked is just how much should we eat and what food should we consume. It is best for serious weight watchers to consult a doctor or a nutritionist-dietitian in order to get the right nutritional information and proper eating plan. These professionals can provide good advice regarding eating habits and food choices based on a person's body structure, metabolism, and daily activities. Many overweight and obese persons also struggle with the psychological and social impact of being “too big.” Negative reactions from people and the usual association of being fat to ugliness confront overweight and obese people almost all the time. Moreover, excessive weight gain can limit a person's physical activities and, in the process, cause further isolation from other people.

Obesity and being overweight are often linked to poor self-esteem and anti-social behavior. Aside from the psychological and social effects of being overweight and obese, they need to be forewarned about these serious health problems that could come as a consequence of having too many excess pounds: heart ailments, diabetes, joint problems, respiratory problems, cancer, and high blood pressure. Overweight and obese individuals should really start to pay attention to their eating habits and lifestyle. To avoid these negative consequences, it is necessary for an overweight or obese person to gradually decrease or lose weight. Weight loss programs are widely promoted and advertised in television and in radio, in magazines, and in a number of books. The success or effectiveness of these weight loss programs depend on the commitment of the weight watcher. It is also very important to be careful about so called “miracle diets.” Some of the diets promoted these days are not backed up by scientific fact and could even be harmful. It is important to remember that the success of each weight loss method or treatment can vary from person to person. One safe way to lose weight is to go natural --- that is, to eat only natural foods that are free from harmful chemicals, preservatives, calories, and other ingredients that cause or contribute to weight gain.

A good alternative to consider is to go on a fruit-diet. It is said to be very beneficial since fruits are rich in vitamins and have a lot of components and substances that help fight against various illnesses and diseases. Fruits are also good for detoxification of harmful substances inside a person's body. Moreover, fruit-dieting does not cause a person to lose the necessary energy to perform daily activities unlike when a person chooses not to take any food because of a lack of appetite. A fruit diet, therefore, is one of the most healthy ways of losing weight which makes it a better option than taking medications. For those that need medical assistance in losing weight, the use of safe and proven weight loss pills may also be considered. One of the most popular weight loss pills in the market today is Orlistat, which commonly marketed under the brand name Xenical.


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