Some people used the term “weight loss” while others call it “fat loss” whilst many use the terms weight loss and fat loss interchangeably. Do they mean the same thing? To many people, they do mean the same thing. But the terms may be entirely different in meaning. You must know the difference if you want to lose weight or lose fat effectively and healthily.
The email comes out at noon. “To celebrate your hard work this week, there is cake and ice cream in the big kitchen at 3 today. Be there!”
If diet and weight are as important to health and wellbeing as experts believe, Irish men need to make changes to what they eat and how often they exercise. The statistics make interesting reading, First, an estimated 27.7 percent of Irish males aged 20-74 years are obese. By comparison, obesity affects 19 percent of Australian men, 12 percent of French men and only 3.6 percent of Japanese. Second, the average lifespan of Irish men is 74.9 years, (Japan 77.8) of which an estimated 8 years are lived in ill-health (Japan 6.5).
You will find thousands of natural weight loss programs and lose weight naturally tips when you do an internet search. With so many weight loss programs on the net, how do you find one that will help you to lose weight naturally that is suitable to you?
Many people believe that weight loss is a painful thing. To shift those stubborn pounds you must go hungry all the time. Many are afraid to even set a weight loss goal because they can’t stand the thought of going hungry and the frustrations that it brings.
For a lot of people it’s just better to be overweight than to suffer hunger pangs.
If you like many other 100s of people are embarking on a new year new you programme, Please remember The Healthy Way Is the Best Way.
60% of Irish adults are overweight or obese up until Nov 2020, obesity continues to be a serious problem here in ireland. One way to prevent this scenario is to make people aware of the risks of being overweight or obese.
Are you prone to piling on the pounds over the festive season…
It’s normal to want to indulge over Christmas, but the number of people joining diet clubs and gyms in January speaks volumes about how many regret their festive binges.