Sunday, January 6, 2013

Hurry! What's the Quickest Way to Lose Weight?


Never before did so many individuals keep on trying to lose so much. What are they all trying to lose? Everyone seems to have been trying to lose weight. In fact, losing weight has practically become a national pastime. Additionally, in recent years, the obesity epidemic has even reached global proportions. Diet pills and powders, exercise equipment,
stomach stapling, gym memberships, gastric bypass, online diets, group based programs like Over eaters Anonymous and Weight Watchers are just a few of the products and services that make up a multi-billion dollar industry.
When choosing products and services to lose weight, many people want to know one thing. How long will it take me to lose 10, 20, 50 pounds? We are a society that covets instant gratifications. We want what we want and we want it now! So what is the quickest way to lose weight? Believe it or not, the quickest way to lose weight is to take your time. You may be wondering where this topic will lead when in fact the quickest way to lose weight is to slow down? Ironic, isn't it?
How many diets have you tried in your life? How many products have you purchased? How many dust-covered pieces of exercise equipment are lying around your house? If you are like most people, your answer to each of these questions is most likely a lot. Where are you now? Did you reach the result you were aiming for? Are you at your ideal weight? My guess is that you are larger now than when you purchased your last piece of exercise equipment or took those last few diet pills?
Each time you tried something new, you tried it with the mentality of losing weight quick. So choose to take things slow, and you will discover that it is the quickest way to lose weight. By eating healthy meals and exercising at least three times each week, you will lose weight. If you choose to take your time, you actually reduce the stress and anxiety created by the pressure to lose weight quickly. Instead, you allow yourself the opportunity to adjust to new eating habits and build up endurance through slow and steady exercise sessions. We all know stress and anxiety can lead to stress eating, feelings of failure for not losing weight fast enough, and giving up. So be kind to yourself and take things slowly. You will reach your goals much quicker than you think!

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