Due to the abrupt rise in obesity over the last few years, losing weight has been a major agenda on people who are facing it. The changing food habits of today have been the sole reason behind the morbid obesity that has been plaguing the entire globe giving rise to many health hazards and diseases.
An honest solution to this problem is a systematic weight loss program. A weight loss program can cut down diseases like the following:
1.Type 2 diabetes 2.Osteoarthritis 3.High blood pressure 4.Heart disease and many others.
Weight loss also does away with the chances of having a stroke since it erodes the unwanted fat accumulated around the blood vessels and arteries. Losing weight is done by monitoring the calorie intake and output by an individual. By carefully keeping the intake lower than the output, one can tone his dry body weight significantly. While doing so the body burns up the residual fat and generates energy to keep the individual going thereby reducing his/her mass.
Although having extra weight can yield diseased, people opt for a weight loss regime to enhance athletic performance, increase decreased muscle strength, attain a more attractive look, osteoporosis and for regulating body heat.
A healthy prescribed diet combined with an adequate change in lifestyle can easily result in weight loss. Every day calorie necessities differ depending upon several factors including sex, age and weight-loss objectives. For example, nutritionists recommend that a minimum of 1,200 calories is supposed to be consumed by women and 1,500 calories by men daily in order to maintain reasonable health. But those who face obesity are usually asked to tone down their calorie intake to 800 calories per day and for some cases 500 calories per day. These amounts are considerably lower as compared to the recommended intake of 2000 calories by any healthy human.
Other techniques of weight loss comprise of usage of drugs and supplements that reduce appetite, block fat assimilation around blood vessels or decrease stomach volume. There are other surgical means to reduce weight if it goes out of hand. Gastric bypass and gastric banding are surgeries which limit the food intakes by reducing the size of the stomach. But these processes are costly and are equally risky.
Even hypnosis is used to help individuals lose weight. The trick is to make the brain think that the stomach is smaller and that the individual doesn’t need to consume food every now and then. Crash dieting is a very regular way of weight loss. However such a technique is never recommended by a physician because there is always a risk of muscle loss.
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