Losing weight is always a difficult issue. There are so many people giving advice, so many quite appealing fad diets out there it can be hard to know what is the correct diet to follow for your particular problem.
The latest fad going on how to lose weight is Green Coffee Extract. On the face of what is being written this seems a wonderfully easy way to lose a few pounds, so much so I and my husband bought a months supply of Green Coffee Bean Extract from a well known store online. We thought we had bought a good make, we thought it was 100% Green Coffee Bean Extract, but when we received the product sadly it wasn’t. The first thing that happened was my husband, who has had coronary stents and is on medication to lower high blood pressure, his blood pressure dropped alarmingly and so he had to come off the supplements immediately. I then took the tablets for almost 2 months consistently, sadly I didn’t lose a pound in weight during that time.
The following article is simply how to change your lifestyle and make small adjustments and hopefully you will lose weight very slowly but surely if you implement the advice given. The tip on chunky soup is a good one, a chunky soup will fill you and sustain you, and will help those who have a sensitive digestion and aren’t always able to eat all the vegetables you need to eat, to replace the fattening foods, so you can then hopefully lose weight.
“…longer. Though popular, fad diets are not always the best way to safely lose weight. However, if losing weight is important to you, it’s best to stay away from fad diets. Although a fad diet may seem intriguing…”
I also agree with what was said about exercise, although that can be very difficult to carry out and again to maintain over time. I do use an elliptical trainer, or cross trainer regularly, however what he says about increasing the exercise is very true. My trainer has so many levels of resistance, and I am now at level 4 out of 7 levels. The beauty of regular exercise is simply it makes you feel better, probably because your oxygen intake is greater. I exercise for 30 minutes a day, I do roughly 9 kilometers at 17 Kl an hour, which isn’t brilliant but I am in my seventies, have had a heart attack at a much younger age, and so must be careful not to over exercise. Another good tip mentioned was not sitting for long periods, that spoke volumes to me as I spend too much time sitting, either at the wheel of a car, at my computer, at my keyboard, watching my granddaughter’s dance class and on a ride-on lawn mower. Trouble is I enjoy all of it, so will have to endeavour to put a bit more walking whenever I can.
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