high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and gallbladder disease.
For adults who are not obese and do not have weight-related health problems, experts recommend maintaining a stable weight to avoid any potential health risks associated with weight cycling.
Obese adults, however, should continue to try to achieve modest weight loss to improve overall health and reduce the risk of developing obesity-related diseases.
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There’s No Such Thing As Magic Pills
Just say no. Yes, it may look and sound very tempting but believe us when we tell you Rome wasn’t built in a day. No magic pill, waist-trainer, or appetite suppressor in the world is strong enough to make you go from a size 18 to a 0. Just work hard, stay patient and consistent, then soon enough you’ll see the results.
If you need to lose weight, you should be ready to commit to lifelong changes in your eating and physical activity. If you are not overweight with weight-related health problems, just try and maintain your current weight without gaining.
Focus on incorporating healthy eating habits and enjoying regular physical activities like tennis and skating to manage the weight.
Lastly, remember that health is for life… not just a day.
Tia Muhammad, BS, is an award-winning freelance content & media creative, copywriter, blogger, digital designer, and marketing consultant. She owns the boutique content and digital media company, jackieGLDN|studio.