Where are you on your resolution to lose weight? Is it time for a gut check – literally?
Losing Weight is Hard. If losing weight weren’t difficult, we would all walk around looking like the models on the cover of the latest issue of Cosmopolitan. Instead, we give up the foods we enjoy. When we give in to the inevitable cravings, we beat ourselves up and eat our emotions for dessert. Then we feel really guilty and kill ourselves at the gym. If we just do 30 more minutes on the treadmill or 15 minutes on the cross-trainer we think it will be OK.
It doesn’t have to be that way. It’s just crazy. It has to stop!
The Truth About Exercise
Here’s the truth about exercise and losing weight. Exercise is very important. You must use more calories than you consume. But, you will never…ever…ever…exercise your way out of a bad diet.
Exercise is important, but more important is what you are putting in your body. You’ve got to get the right balance of protein and carbs. You’ve got to absorb nutrients properly. You’ve got to have balance. According to research published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, “Adherence to the diet plan is the critical factor for weight loss, weight maintenance, and health benefits.”
So I’ll say it again, you can’t exercise your way out of a bad diet.
Natural Appetite Suppressants and Energy Boosters
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