Dieting makes you fatter
EST by Andrew Green Scale KALAMAZOO (WKZO) — Staying in good physical shape is really all a matter of mind power. So says personal trainer Elisa Dely, with Genesis Fitness. She tells us that dieting every now and then to lose a few pounds, although popular, really isn’t the way to go about remaining in top shape. Dely’s advice is to determine what you can and need to eat in order to feel healthy, and then make it a regular facet of your life. “My philosophy is that if you can change your habits, and eat in a healthy manner and in an enjoyable way, and learn to just use portion control, self control, then you can still have fun, live your life, and be healthy,” Dely says.Of course, Dely is also quick to mention that exercise is a key component of any plan to live well. Genesis Fitness is lovcated in the Kalamazoo area.
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The authors say that we often believe personal behaviours are the primary reason why people are overweight, garcinia cambogia “rather than the amount of junk food available or other environmental factors”. And it compares this “unfortunate” self-blame with that of alcoholics and gamblers, asserting that personal responsibility is “part of a larger, more complicated puzzle, and some things are beyond our control”. Avena’s work has shown that the brain’s reward centres light up in response to sugary food in the same way they do to hard drugs, and that giving up sugar can elicit similar withdrawal symptoms, too. Avena and Talbott write that, just as with other addictions, some people’s genes make them more susceptible to the temptations of fattening foods.
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