Weight Loss is not rocket science now a days the weight loss industry is a global phenomenon and is worth over $500 million. With globalization the concept of beauty has become extremely westernised and thin is definitely the trend to follow. Weight loss dominates our, images, advertisements, movies and our thought processes. With so much of money pumped in on slimming products, is it really worth it? Slimming is more common sense and depends only on you. The simple mantra for weight loss is to eat right and exercise more. A research by University of Pennsylvania found that adults who ate more natural foods and exercised three times a week were 30 times more likely to lose weight. The research also found that those adults who followed prescription diets and strenuous gym regimen were more likely to gain weight in the long run.
What you need to do is to be closer to nature. Eat your greens, fruits and vegetables along with lean meat and sea food. Snack time can be healthier with nuts and salads instead of chocolates, biscuits and cakes. Keep away from bottled, pickled, canned, tetra-packed processed foods. Above all hit the road, climb the stairs and use the public transport system! Run your way to college or office and shed those pounds without diminishing your wallet. Experts say that most of the weight loss solutions are inexpensive and accessible. It is you who needs the common sense to find the best one for you.
The adage “The best things in life are free” comes true even for slimming solutions.