Being overweight or obese increases our risk of many diseases. In Australia, around 75 percent of men and 60 per cent of women are carrying too much body fat and 25 percent of children are overweight or obese. The practical solution to losing excess body fat is to make small healthy and balanced changes to your consuming and workout habits. Popular media has plenty of crash diet and magic weight loss potions backed by celebrities and sustained by individual success tales. While much of these diets might aid you to lose weight while you're following them, as quickly as you resume your common way of living, the weight begins to slip back on. That's since reducing weight isn't necessarily the problem, it's maintaining it off longer term that is difficult. Remember, if the methods you're putting into place to lose weight are not strategies that you'll be able to follow for the rest of your life, chances are you'll regain any weight you lose. You lose fat and muscle mass when you lose weight too swiftly. Muscular tissue burns kilojoules, however fat doesn't. So, when you quit diet programs and return to your usual habits, your body will melt even fewer calories than previously due to the fact that the relative amount of muscle mass in your body has decreased and your metabolic rate is slower. This sort of eating pattern can impact our general wellness, just one cycle of weight loss and weight gain can contribute to an increased risk of coronary cardiovascular disease. That's why it's more important to be able to maintain weight loss.
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