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  1. Obesity Weighs In
    16
    Jan

    Obesity Weighs In

    The detriment to health by being chronically overweight has become a top-level public health issue. There’s no dodging this subject any longer. The trends read “Out Of Control”. The New England Journal of Medicine recently reported that “57 per cent of children aged two to 19 in the U.S. in 2016 will be obese by the time they are 35 years old”. Authorities seem paralyzed. The official mantra to manage weight by caloric restriction is dead. People don’t like being hungry all day long and besides it doesn’t work.

    The one approach to weight management dietetics that is in favour is a ‘paleo’ or ketogenic protocol. Powered by mountains of popular books, via social media, by peer review

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  2. Keep on Track with Your Weight Loss Goals

    We all know that the very best way to lose weight is to improve our diet and move more. Eliminating refined and processed foods, reducing meat consumption, and eating more whole grains, legumes, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats are always the first steps when embarking on a weight loss program. Engaging in a consistent exercise routine that you enjoy is also important to maintaining a healthy weight.

    Try to do exercise daily Once you have tuned up your diet and exercise routines there are a variety of supplements that can be used to speed up the process and give you the extra motivation to keep you on track.

    Oils that helps you to lose weight Including healthy fats

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  3. Why brown fat is 'good' against obesity

    White fat is the 'bad' stuff which stores energy rather thanburning off calories.
    What produces 300 times more heat than any other organ in the body? What stops a baby from freezing to death if left in the cold? The answer to both questions is "brown fat".

    Scientists have discovered that this type of fat is a good thing because it produces lots of heat by burning calories. Unlike white fat, which clings to our hips and expands our aging waistlines, brown fat keeps the weight off. And that's why the race is on to find out more about brown adipose tissue, also known as brown fat,

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