Sandra found her weight ballooning 60 pounds after her separation from her husband. While part of the weight gain was apparently tied to the medication she was taking, the rest appeared to be the result of what can be described as emotional eating. In recent years, greater attention has been focused on the problem of emotional eating for both women and men. In fact, some experts have gone so far as to claim that most weight gain can be blamed on emotional eating. According to Women Today magazine, it has been estimated that as much as 75 percent of overeating is attributed to emotions.
There are many different tips and prototypes that are constantly dealt out in society regarding health in general and there are also many false premises in getting fit. These false assumptions concerning the steps or practices to get fit may be hazardous for an individual and may lead to sickness to a significant extent.
At a time when many people focused on eating well and reducing weight by improving their diet, the importance of eating fruit is well researched and documented. For those who want to lose weight, many of these fruits provide plenty of Vitamin C, a known fat burning vitamin.
Are you like most people today, concerned about your health and well being and want to shed some unwanted pounds? Our intention is to lose weight and rid ourselves of the unwanted pounds we are carrying but intentions don’t create weight loss and in some cases our good intentions can even cause us to gain more weight. Losing weight takes lots of self-discipline and is going to mean a life changing decision to modify the way we view food and exercise in our lives.
First, let me start by saying Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! Thanksgiving is a reminder to all of us to be appreciative of what we have, thankful for our life, the people we love and the loved ones we miss & cherish. We hope you continue to count your blessings everyday and not just on Turkey Day!