The secret of controlling your weight

thespeakman By thespeakman, 14th Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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How to lose and control your weight, without expensive diets and gym membership

Controlling weight

The secret to controlling your weight

We all have a few pounds we want to lose, a little flabby around the waist maybe. Our clothes may seem a little tight… Sound like we need to go on a diet.
A diet - the diet and weight control industry is worth billions.
Why though? It is because we are stupid, gullible and easily lead like sheep. They exploit our lack of intelligence and milk us dry. They convince us that we need gym memberships and diet plans. We gladly buy expensive health shakes and workout equipment because we are told to by patronising stick thin conmen.
We have no choice… do we?
It is very simple to lose weight and keep it off. In the majority of cases all it takes is simple mathematics.
This is a very basic explanation.
The average man needs 2500 calories a day.
The average woman needs 2000 calories a day.
You eat more than that you get fat – unless you exercise.
A balanced diet including all food groups, not too much fried food and not too much full fat diary, will give you roughly the average calorie intake.
Now exercise, nothing strenuous, just enough to give you a light work out. Cycle to work instead of driving. Walk to school instead of driving. Turn the TV off and do something outside with the kids – kick a ball, take them for a swim – just do something.
All seems very simple – you will lose weight. I did, I lost 30lb in 2 months just by thinking about changing my diet and cycling to work. Nothing too drastic – I never starved myself or did without, just thought about what I was eating and how lazy I had become.

Try it – I dare you!!


Exercise At Home, Exercise Tips Withpout Going To A Gym, Weight, Weight Control, Weight Loss

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15th Dec 2010 (#)

Not only are you healthier but the environment is better for it!

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