November 8 2011
An Analysis of the Healthy and Dangers of Weight Loss
Although weight loss can be beneficial, researching the healthy a dangerous ways to approach weight loss can be both rewarding and deter mental to your health if you do not make the right choice. According to the CDC, obesity is the number one health threat here in America. More than one third of U.S. adults and 16% of children are found to be obese. Statistics show that 98% that lose weight the unhealthy way gain all the weight back plus more. What we do not realize is that there are healthy and dangerous ways and their similarities in results. It’s very important to be aware of the signs of weight loss. Just because you are losing weight does not mean it is a healthy way. In both healthy and dangerous ways you will begin to see a change in energy and decrease in weight. However, if you are not following a healthy diet and sufficient exercise program or work out, in the long run this will cause great damage to your organs and your body will begin to eat itself causing you to push your body harder with lack of energy. It you are serious about losing weight, and then I suggest doing it in a healthy way. Exercise is very important and effective for weight loss and weight maintenance. Exercise and eating healthy can also help prevent several diseases and improve your health. Nutrition experts highly recommend that you maintain a healthy eating habit than impatiently using crash diets in losing a certain amount of weight in a few days. Such diets are called fad diets, which do not include healthy eating habits. Dieting is eating food in a regulated way. Knowing what amount of calorie intake you should have per day is vital when attempting to lose weight. Such as a low-fat diet, this is the reduction of the amount of fat in one’s diet. Here calorie consumption is then there is decrease of fat...