Many people never achieve the desired health and cosmetic effects of diet and exercise. There are other options. Some obese people with a body mass index between 30 and 40 are eligible for drug therapy (drugs). “Pills” include antidepressants, stimulants and drugs such as Orlistat reduces the absorption of dietary fat. At best, only the results of drugs in a modest weight loss range from 10 to 15 percent and once the stops of patients taking the drug cease. In addition, all drugs have side effects and weight loss pills are not different. For example, due to its high potential for dependence, stimulants are only recommended for short-term use.
Weight loss: pills and “go under the knife”
Bariatric surgery is the best option for people who are obese (BMI over 40) or obese people with a body mass index above 35 that have health problems such as diabetes, sleep apnea or heart disease. Bariatric surgery has been shown to slow down medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and sleep apnea and greatly improve the quality of life.
Maintenance weight: a very difficult road
So you’ve lost weight or are happy with the weight you are, now all you have to do is keep it. But in this land of abundance, maintaining weight is difficult. Apparently, chocolate bars grow convenience stores and the McDonald lines every major throughway. What does John Q. public do with public health?
Now more than ever to maintain a healthy and balanced diet and exercise regiment is an integral part. Diligence for life is the key. In addition, medical cosmetic procedures such as liposuction can help remove the subcutaneous fat and the outline.
As with weight loss, there is a psychology to maintain weight:
Visual indications: Health researchers, Dr. Brian Wan sink in particular, author of “Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think”, found that people eat with their eyes not the stomach. For example, Dr. Wan sink discovered that people presented with a bowl of “bottomless” self-filling bowl finished consuming 73% more soup than would otherwise be. Also, there were more satiated afterwards. Without a reference point like an empty bowl, people are still eating. Anyone interested in maintaining their weight can take this simple psychology of buying small pots, cups, “snacks” 100 calories.
Health researchers have also found that once people lose physical fitness with moderation, they are more likely to continue eating. In a curious experiment, the researchers fed obese people and physically in the form of a smoothie and then were offered the most ice-cold as they wanted. Thinner subjects, who usually have restraints on their eating habits, have thrown prudent wind and eat more ice cream than their obese counterparts. This line of thought influenced the common recommendation that everyone takes off one day a week while maintaining