Kyle Leon Scam : For successful weight loss diets are not enough with expensive products, cosmetic surgery and medications. The correct way of weight loss for the vast majority who has "succeeded" is a special combination of diet and exercise. That says a survey of more than 23,000 people.
The research conducted for the U.S. Consumer Union and specifically the area that specializes in health issues. Attended by 22,285 people and the question were related to the body weight, nutritional, dietary and exercise habits. The group of people characterized as "always thin", that there had never been overweight, accounted for 16% of the sample, while those who had "successfully lost weight" accounted for 15%.
These were the people during the survey weighed at least 10% less than it was when I was heavier and it was in this low weight for at least three years. The "losers" were the ones who wanted to be thin but weighed almost as much as the top high weight, and accounted for 42% of the sample. The remaining 27% of the participants were people who had lost weight recently and did not fit into the above categories.Information Resource By Kyle Leon Scam
Among the "always weak" only 3% said they had never exercised and ate what he wanted.
Indeed, eating and exercising habits of the vast majority of "always weak 'people mirrored the dietary and fitness of ware" successfully lost "weight indicating an item that people can stay in good physical condition have a genetic edge. The two specific groups said they were eating healthy, fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and avoiding the unnecessary fat. Also check the size of their calories and exercised regularly at a high pace. The only advantage that had "always thin" versus those who had "successfully lost 'weight was these habits were more normal for them.
However, more than half had successfully lost weight reported that they had achieved on their own without the help of commercial diet programs, medical treatment, a book, or diet pills. These data confirm an earlier opinion survey of Consumer Reports had shown that 83% of people who lose at least 10% of their initial weight and maintain the weight for at least five years or more, have succeeded completely alone.