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Weight Loss Tips: Losing Weight Naturally and Safely

Weight loss tips

People are always looking for weight loss tips.

They want to know if they should cut out carbs or limit fats? Should they eat noting but cabbage? Should they do cardio or core workouts?

Moreover, with all the fads out there, most people fail to realize that all they need to do to lose weight is just what they’ve heard their entire lives.

Manage your food intake, and engage in physical activity.

News Olio has posted a common sense approach to diet and weight loss, claiming in the piece that it really is that simple, and offering suggestions on how to get you there.

Though the article mentions food management, it stresses the importance of exercise, pointing out that exercise that work out large muscle groups like walking, running or bicycling are effective.

Exercise makes the body use more calories, which means weight loss. It also builds muscle, and more muscle can help you burn even more calories. For good measure, the article mentions that working out regularly lowers your chances of developing many major illnesses in life.

But these weight loss tips aren’t the only ones out there.

An ABC news affiliate reports that those whose weight loss effort appear to have stalled should look in to what is causing the problem.

For one, if you take an antihistamine, that could be part of the problem as the immune response it suppresses plays a role in calorie burning.

Further, sleeping in a darker room or spicing up your diet could help as well.

It seems just about everyone out there has some weight loss tips, but as always, be sure to speak to your doctor before starting any weight loss or exercise program. Besides, a health care professional will be able to provide even more weight loss tips.

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12 Responses to “Weight Loss Tips: Losing Weight Naturally and Safely”

  1. Paul Vickers

    This article seems to be a rip off of Trisha Fiske's Diet book. Good job 'writers'.

  2. Edward Gibson

    Most of my doctors are overweight themselves, so I don't think they would be a good source for advice about going on a diet!

  3. Anonymous

    Most healthcare professionals have no idea how to lose weight.

    The best approach is through self-education. If you want to lose weight, you have to learn how it's done and take action.

    Sure, there is a lot of confusion these days about what type of diet to go on (low carb, paleo, vegetarian, etc), or what type of exercise to do (long duration cardio, high intensity training, etc).

    The truth is that almost any of these methods will work, as long as they are adhered to consistently. So the secret really, is to find a way to be able to stick to a particular diet/exercise regime in the long-run.

    The best way to do this in my opinion, is to find something that you enjoy. If you like meat, then go on a low-carb or paleo diet, if you like team sports, take up a sport like soccer.

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