Losing Weight

Losing Weight



many of us would like to lose a bit of weight the national obesity forum states that a 10% loss in weight can significantly improve the following blood pressure blood sugar levels cholesterol and our life expectancy some people can make a change and as long as they're dedicated their body weight will start to decrease for others it may not be so easy and some will have tried a variety of different methods without success so far diet is a key factor in weight loss the NHS States in order to lose weight the amount of calories we eat needs to be less than the amount of calories we use one of the healthiest diets to follow is the Mediterranean diet a diet that's rich in fresh vegetables fruit fish and poultry the NHS states a weight loss plan should include regular physical activity adults looking to lose weight advice to build up to 150 minutes of aerobic activity such as jogging or brisk walking each week research studies including one in the year 2000 from Maastricht uni showed that physical exercise can increase insulin sensitivity as well as burn calories as of 2012 the only weight loss medication listed by the NHS as suitable for treating obesity is all estat weight loss medication may be prescribed if success has not been possible by diet alone use of all astark needs to be supported by continued dedication to lifestyle changes such as diet and physical exercise if being overweight is posing a serious risk to your health weight loss surgery may be considered the nice guidelines only recommend bariatric surgery for people with diabetes who have a body mass index value over 35 other nice recommendations include the need to commit to long-term follow-up treatment and be healthy enough to withstand surgery under anaesthetic

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