Now that you know exactly where you are (your current habits) and where you have been (your recent weight changes), you are ready to move on to where you are going. The first step is to determine a goal. This may seem very simple, and indeed it is, but proper goal setting is key to your success.
Understanding the mathematics behind weight loss is virtually useless unless you are aware of where you are now, and where you have been in the past. Knowing where you are right now involves documenting current diet and exercise habits.
Information on how to lose weight is no doubt abundant. Weight loss books fill the shelves at bookstores. Weight loss pills line the aisles of drug stores. Weight loss articles fill the pages of magazines. But what if I told you that the true method for losing weight is taught in every 1st grade classroom? That’s right, the real “secret” for losing weight is simple math!
Orlistat, the active ingredient in the over-the-counter weight loss pill Alli, and prescription strength Xenical, is currently under investigation by the FDA. This comes after 32 reports of liver damage in people taking these drugs between 1999 and 2008. Of these 32 cases, 27 people were hospitalized with 6 experiencing liver failure.
The Acai berry is grown exclusively in South America and has been enjoyed by the natives for years. Recently, this berry has been receiving increased press on this side of the equator for claims of multiple health benefits. Among these claims is weight loss.
Zalestrim is a dietary supplement that is marketed to women for weight loss, increased libido, and breast enhancement by means of balancing and increasing female hormones.