I Wish To Be Thin And Stylish

By: Maxim Garanichev


Do you really want it? Like in the US where 50 % of the adult population are overweight and 25 % of the adult population is obese, the individuals living in the UK too are becoming more obese day by day. There are certain factors which are spearheading the list of factors helping in increasing obesity. Excess consumption of food, laziness, lack of physical activity and genetic disorders are some of the main reasons why someone becomes obese. Apart from that, obesity may also result from intake of certain kinds of drugs prescribed to treat other diseases.

So why do we add fat? The elementary answer is that our body is genetically programmed to build energy reserves for bad times. Every day we consume energy – calories – and use energy. If we absorb more than we use the body will transform the extra energy to fat which is the body’s way of reserving this energy for times when it’s necessary. In the same manner when we consume less energy than we use each day the body will have to get the missing energy from its reserves by burning fat.

In order to keep it simple we have ignored one essential fact: the body has a choice when getting that extra energy: it can either use fat or muscle mass. Our genetic program always prefers to conserve fat for the worse times so if our body needs to get extra energy it will always prefer using muscles mass than using fat. You might have noticed people that go on extreme diets and in return seem to lose their muscle mass but keep their fat on – mostly around the waistline – this is exactly the reason why. The only way to force the body to use fat instead of muscle mass is by using the muscles and the way to use the muscles is to exercise. When we exercise and use our muscles the body program will assume that the muscles are needed for our daily survival and thus can not be compromised. In return the body will not use muscle mass as energy – in fact the opposite is true the body will build extra muscle mass. In order to get the extra energy needed the body will use fat.

It is also important to make sure that our body gets the right nutrition and not just the right amount of calories. Make sure that your diet includes vegetables low fat meats such as fish and poultry and proteins from sources such as eggs and milk. Eat in moderation and use common sense you do not need to read a book to know that deep fried food is not good for you and that a chicken salad is better than a cheeseburger. Most of us can make a good judgment of what food is good for us but many of us just choose to ignore that judgment.

You can lose your excess weight when you combine mild exercises and a balanced diet.
It is required to say “NO” to all of the following things:

•Fried Food
•Junk food like hotdogs, pizzas, and many more
•Milk shakes and cold drinks
•Fat enriched stuff like butter
•Unscheduled dietary habits

To conclude in order to shed those extra pounds off and to keep a proportionate body and muscle mass remember to exercise regularity eat in moderation and try to avoid the bad food and most importantly consume less calories than you use every day.

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