Being overweight or obese can have a number of negative health consequences, including increased risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.
To lower your risk, maintaining a healthy weight is important. Not all tips for losing weight that you read online or in magazines are healthy, though.
Healthy weight loss is not something that you can achieve overnight. Too many people look to eating certain foods or a certain combination of foods to help them lose weight. While crash dieting may help them lose some weight, it doesn’t teach the person anything about healthy eating habits. Once the person has lost some weight, they go back to their original eating habits and gain the weight back, plus a few extra pounds.
Losing weight and keeping it off is much better for your health than going through the cycle of losing weight, gaining it back, and then starting to diet again. Long-term weight loss can be achieved with a combination of a balanced diet and regular exercise.
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