An Easier Way To Lose Weight

Some time ago in India was an `Easy to Lose Weight Show’ put up by the Eat Right Clinic, at Vengalraonagar. According to Jaanaki, the director of the clinic, “one in almost every family was suffering from obesity or overweight which were predisposing causes to diabetes, increased circulatory fats, hypertension, syndrome X, sleeplessness, fatigue and low immunity.”

The uplifting part of her comments was that a person does not have to sprint forth by rushing to join the queue to the gym. Neither does crash diet has to be the instant solution.  And according to the latest research in nutrition, she advised that “The easiest way would be to change food habits.”

(While she said that changing food habits is the easiest way, I would think it will be easier compared to most of the other lose weight solutions instead of the easiest. Why? I know lots of people who would love to lay their hands on chocolates, cakes and candies, covered with cheese crackers and creamy crème brûlée.)

What was useful from what she said about changing food habits? This means that, unless we choose to, we need not engage in massive, drastic change but rather work on the adjustment to our daily lives. This is, of course, always welcomed as most people do not want a distracted lifestyle… (just to lose weight, that is.)

In the diet show was the famous GM Diet (full name: The General Motors Diet for Weight Loss), the ever-popular Atkin’s Diet and other weight loss diets programs based on the individual and risk profile assessment. (For those who want to find out more about The GM Diet mentioned by my friend, Vishal, here’s the link: How You Can Use The GM Diet To Lose Weight And Gain Wellness )

Upon reflection, perhaps it’s time we also pay attention to our eating habits besides our living habits.

Remember, wellness helps us to Excel Beyond Excellence!

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