Have you been called out to be hormonal? Have your moods been shown to you as unreasonable and self-destructive? What fights with your husband or loved ones can you link to hormonal imbalance? Have you been labeled menopausal? Or let’s make this easy, have you tried diets that seem to never work for you even if you follow the diet to the letter. Guess what, your problem may be that you have hormone imbalance! In fact hormones and weight gain are indeed linked!
I was surprised to find out that the things I have heard about exercise weren’t always true. I had always been told that cardiovascular exercise alone was the best way to lose weight, but this isn’t the case. Building muscle combined with cardiovascular exercise actually helps you to lose more weight and keep it off. I had also heard that diet weight loss pills were ineffective. This is also not the case. Even something as simple as caffeine can help you take off the pounds. The best way to lose weight, however, is with a stronger supplement. Do some research – they are always changing what you legally can and can’t get. Weight loss teas do help, as do many of the leading brand name pills. It is all a matter of finding the right combination of factors that work for you, and sticking with them.
Almost all of us – with the exception of those who diet and exercise religiously – have a little more of that ‘spare tire’ than we’d like. Belly weight gain is not on our short, or long, list of physical characteristics we’d like to retain. Choosing the best plan of attack against this unwanted poundage requires some analysis of how it got there to begin with. Perhaps the classic example of belly weight gain among men is the over-consumption of beer or fast food laden with carbs and fat.
Easier said, than done you say? Well, that’s why it’s important to do a correct analysis of your dietary infractions and then adopt a strict program to remedy that element. Just as important is initiating a regular program of exercise.
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