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Is There a Permanent Solution to Obesity?


I Want To Share My Thoughts On A Permanent Solution To Obesity

The world is struggling with a growing obesity crisis, and so it’s only natural that many of us are looking for answers for those who have tried to tackle their weight with diet and exercise alone, but find they can’t seem to get the results without something else. After years of seeing friends struggle with losing weight without any other help, I want to share my thoughts on a permanent solution to obesity. It’s not an easy process, though it does take time and determination, you’ll find yourself realizing what your body needs to function correctly. You’ll be able to lose weight in record time and feel like a new person by the end of the day. You’ll finally be able to start living as healthy as possible and be happier than ever. Let me show you how I did it!

When we think about our bodies, we usually focus our attention on our main organs or functions such as the heart, lungs, liver, spleen etc., which make up 99% of the body and play an important role in health. But there is also another one which has to do with nutrition too – the brain because it controls everything else in our bodies. And because the right amount of nutrients can be found in food, each person must have enough healthy nutrients to fuel his/her body.

This is an area that our society is failing to address and fix as per the data. In this article, we will discuss how fat is formed and stored inside our brain, why food is a source of excess sugar, why supplements work better than actual foods, what we can do to prevent obesity, and how to live a healthier every day instead of suffering from hunger and not being satisfied. How it affects the mind will vary based on how active you are, the age at which you started, where you spent most of your days, and what exercises you did during quarantine. With all this information out there, it’s a good idea to try at least 10-20 minute workouts a week for 30 minutes to 2 hours a day, to not just burn fat, but build muscle too! Don’t underestimate the importance of protein for your muscles too. If you want to build muscles fast and hard, then eat protein-rich foods such as beef, salmon, eggs, seafood etc., which offer more satiety and energy than carbohydrates (such as pasta and rice). My personal favourite is tuna as well as chicken (the protein inside it helps you gain mass, make you stronger and increase growth). For extra muscle, aim to go to the gym during working times when the machines are open and can accommodate you with little or no effort.

One thing I have learned is by making changes to my daily meals and exercise routine, the difference between “bad” and “good” eating habits becomes visible. So, be careful about your choices and keep track of your progress. Do not deprive yourself of anything in terms of carbs or sugars, and if you have to skip one, cut it out completely, otherwise, you will starve later during a late night. Get up at around 7-8 am so you can go for an early start and don’t forget to add some vegetables to your meal plan. That way, when the rest of the family comes home, you’ve always had a balanced meal ready and ready. Now, this doesn’t mean you should start depriving yourself of protein or fats, especially carbohydrates, as it makes you miss out on all the satisfaction. Instead, think of it as your breakfast in the morning, rather than having a cup of coffee first thing in the morning. Start adding fresh vegetables in your lunch regularly, add some protein for quick energy on your dinner menu, start cutting out artificial sweeteners and sauces, and add fibre-rich fruit, salad foods, whole grains, milk, low-fat yoghurts in your milkshake recipes, and veggies and spices in the side dishes. Add in lots of lean protein like tofu, marinated fish, grilled salmon, baked potato, low-fat cheese and vegetables, and water, to avoid starving on these things. Try out these ideas, and see results in 30 minutes or less, and you’ll realize the importance of building a healthier mind.

As said by the CEO of the United States Department of Agriculture, Dr Tom Vilsack, “Our children are going hungry, and they are not getting fed, and not getting enough nutrients”. We need to change this mindset at every level and make sure that these kids not only have enough calories to fuel their organs, but enough of them too, so they don’t suffer from hunger and lack of energy, and never reach the point where they cannot even complete a simple task, and never reach the next milestone that keeps on pushing them forward.

As a result, they might develop social anxiety, difficulties concentrating, as well as other related mental issues. What’s worse, these young minds are amid all forms of technology. We don’t even give them space to disconnect from the internet at school, and now, thanks to online tutors, parents are unable to monitor their child’s activities and progress in learning. Even when someone loses interest in academic stuff, they will continue to rely on a computer and not engage in any physical activity. According to Harvard Medical School professor William McLean in his book “The Endeavoring Mind”, he states that it is because of the excessive use of technology over time, along with the increasing number of screens and gadgets in people’s homes, that people develop neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s disease.

He also suggests that our brains should be turned off for a couple of weeks. And the question I would ask myself when considering doing this research is whether we can stop using them for a few weeks. Yes, we can, by installing timers on our laptops, computers and smartphones, monitoring their usage, and tracking their movements. Just sit back, relax, drink plenty of water, and give these devices a break for a month, until they don’t feel uncomfortable anymore. Remember to keep track of your progress, and eventually get used for as long as possible. Be aware of who you are spending time with, and what kind of music you choose. By this technique, this pandemic was avoided, so instead of forcing yourself to stay away from loved ones, spend more time with kids of 5 to 11. And remember, if you love your phone so much that you find it difficult to concentrate on homework, buy a second screen, disable notifications and set some limit on the time you use the internet and your smartphone too. Then, put some calming music in the background and turn them both off. Another tip is to turn off the lights in a room with electronics in the middle so that your students might sleep comfortably while studying. All the tools mentioned in this article are helpful, and by following these tips, we can achieve great results in our schools and colleges, and our society in general.

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