Published on June 18th, 2014 | by jtucker
Safe and Healthy Ways to Reverse Obesity
I know that everyone has a health concern but this is one of the biggest concerns I feel is affecting millions of people in America. I know what it is like to be overweight but I never experienced how it would feel to be Obese. However, I once knew a girl who was suffering from morbid obesity and I often times went with her to her doctor’s appointments and a Gastric Bypass Surgery Seminar and from this experience I know that obesity can be reversed but there are some safety measures that you have to take when exercising to avoid causing physical harm. So here I give you some of my best exercise and diet tips for obese persons.
Swimming This is because obesity reversal with require aerobic exercise but running while obese can cause serious injuries and permanent damage to joints and ligaments
Always Stretch If you are obese, then you most likely have abnormal body proportions that cause pains and strains in certain parts of your body. Dynamic Stretching exercises like Yoga can help relieve the symptoms.
Be Consistent Try not to overwhelm yourself when first starting an exercise. This can cause burnout and may increase the likelihood chances of giving up. Just start off with comfortable exercise and increase intensity and amount as you progress. This will help you to stay on track.
Don’t Eat Processed Food. This is the biggest no no’s in eating healthy eating. If you have to eat carbs, eat whole grain and unprocessed forms of carbs.
Tons of Fruits and Veggies Fruits and Vegetables are known to help reduce inflammation which is what obsessed persons struggle with. It’s also low in Calories and has tons of vitamins and minerals.
Eat Meat I know, most people think that diets are all salads and crackers but protein is necessary for life and makes up all of your body systems. You need to eat meat not only for proteins, iron, or CoQ10, but a surprising fact is that you need some fat in your diet. If you starve yourself of Healthy Fats then your body will go into “starvation mode” and store calories instead of burning them.