Tuesday, January 05, 2010

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Starting on New Year's Diet

It would be good in starting a new year, we reorganized our entire lifestyle. New year with a new look. Starting a new diet is easy in the first week but can you keep it until the end of the year or forever? This is the biggest challenge of weight management.

The fat person is no longer a symbol that their lives prosperous. Overweight or obese even invite the various diseases that can eventually shorten the life. Because obese people generally die of cardiovascular disease, such as stroke or heart attack.

Many of us are obsessed with a slim and beautiful body but chose an unhealthy way to make it happen, such as the consumption of excessive slimming pills. Even the data from the latest survey conducted by Self magazine in cooperation with the research team from the University of North Carolina, United States showed surprising results.

75 percent of women have symptoms of abnormal eating habits;
67 percent of women trying to lose weight.
53 percent of women who diet and are in normal weight and healthy, still trying to lose weight.
39 percent of women believe that weight loss is also affecting happiness.
37 percent frequently missed meal to lose weight.
27 percent of women will be very sad when his weight up 2 pounds.
16 percent consume a diet with 1000 calories or less per day.
13 percent smoke to lose weight.
12 percent eat even if they are not hungry; 49 percent sometimes do.

The results of this survey showed many unhealthy things have been done in an attempt to lose weight.

Our bodies are not sufficient by 1000 calories each day. As a guide to minimum calorie intake, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that calorie levels never drop below 1200 calories per day for women or 1500 calories per day for men. Even these calorie levels are considered by most fitness, nutritional and exercise professionals to be quite low. Smoking to lose weight is also very dangerous.

The results of this survey can be used as a reference in our diet plan for this year. Do not do things that are not healthy even if it was done by many people. Adopted and believed by many people is not necessarily true.
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