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Fat loss – so easy even a fool can do it

Are you overweight, over-tired and stressed out about it? Do you find yourself marathoning between the sofa and the fridge in the evenings and not liking what you see in the mirror in the mornings? You might like to know that losing fat is easier than you think and even a fool can do it. Fat loss is based on one simple principle – a principle that even a small child can understand. Eat less, move more.

Step 1: Eat Less

Too many Americans lament that they are getting fat by eating a diet high in fat, sugar and oil. If you don’t give your body good fuel, you won’t have a good body. If you consume fat, it will stay on your waistline. Some sources even say that if a doctor biopsies the fat around your middle, he or she will know where it came from. The fat you consume changes in the small space between your mouth and your midsection. When you reduce fat, you also lose weight. You can lose weight by eating more high quality, low calorie foods such as fruit and vegetables. Don’t make the mistake of consuming more calories than you can use.

Step 2: Move more

If carrying the groceries out of the car is the only exercise you do, you need to step up your exercise regime. For good health, it is recommended that you do 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three times a week. For good health, 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three times a week is recommended, but if your aim is to lose weight, you need to do more. If you’re short on time, try taking one extra flight of stairs. Park your car in the car park furthest away from the shopping mall. At work, increase your walking opportunities by visiting offices and talking to your neighbours rather than relying on the phone or email. The more you exercise, the slimmer your waistline will be. It’s a proven fact.

But have you ever actually put it into action? Or do you spend your time reading about new diet plans, researching new supplements that have just been released, or looking up low-fat recipes? It’s not enough to learn about diet and exercise. You need to put what you’ve learnt into action. To do this, there are two simple steps you can take to improve your health.

This article, Fat Loss – So Easy an Idiot can Do It, does not constitute medical advice. It is not to be used as, nor is it intended to replace, advice given by a medical professional. This article is for information and entertainment purposes only.

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Tobias Steindl