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What’s Weight Management Have To Do With Slowing The Aging Process?

bellyWeight management is a critical component to your anti aging strategy. Why? Because fat effects your health!

In 1960 45% of adults were overweight. In the 70’s that increased to 48% but by the late 1980’s 56% of the adult population was overweight. Unfortunately, the trend continues. Over the last 10 years the corn belt of the Midwest has been replaced by the elastic belt of our expanding waistlines. According to the National Center for Health Statistics:

Now, you might be thinking “What’s the BIG deal?” Overweight and obese individuals are at an increased risk for:

All of the primary causes of death and disability are found in the above list. Currently, the health care costs for being overweight and obese have now overtaken the health care costs for smoking.

Diet, Weight Loss, & Weight Management
Many people equate weight management with diet and weight loss. Although there is a relationship between them they are not the same.

People use so called “Diets” and “Weight Loss Programs” to help control their weight. For 90% of the people, the typical result is that they loose weight and then gain it all back plus some more. Then they repeat the cycle. This slowly erodes their overall health and wellness.

Most “Diets” and “Weight Loss Programs” are restrictive in nature. You will never live your life long term in a restrictive program! That’s why you can’t continue them so you revert back to your old eating habits which created the weight problem in the first place. In the process most people loose muscle mass which lowers their metabolism. When they return to their normal eating patterns, they add back the weight they lost. Unfortunately, more of that weight is made up of fat.

Weight management is exactly what it says: learning how to manage your weight so that it stays within a narrow range. It is based upon making healthy food choices that will properly nourish your body. It is making healthy decision on what to eat and when to eat them so that your body can maintain a stable weight.

In Fact, Weight Management Is Really
Health Management!

The following articles are designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to successfully lose fat while maintaining your muscle tissue.

Each of these articles will help you understand how you can take control of your weight rather than your weight controlling you and your health.  Jon’s story is a good example.  By combining weight management information with exercise, Jon lost 50 pounds as well as experienced significant improvements in his knees, back, diabetes and biological age.    You see Jon’s story is really a story of health management.

There is no one program, one perfect diet, one perfect method to accomplishing this for all people. But there are some universal keys that can help you lose weight. Then control your weight once you’ve achieved the healthy weight you desire.

The above articles will provide you with those universal keys so that you can unlock the door that will allow you to be successful in this area. Keys that will help you nourish your cells in a healthy way. Keys that will empower you to reduce the fat on your body so that it is at a healthy level rather than a dangerous level! Keys that will help reduce the potential for illness and maximize the potential for slowing down the aging process.

May these keys help you, like they’ve helped me and others like Jon, to age youthfully.

Synergistically yours,

P.S.   I recommend the following articles to help you understand the keys that will empower you to properly manage your weight, slow your aging, and improve your overall wellness:

The Secret to Weight Loss!

Successful Weight Management Control Hinges on These Two Rules!

Is the Leptin Hormone a Critical Factor in Successful Weight Loss? 

4 Basic Weight Management Strategies! 

Healthy Weight Management Suggestions! 

A Glycemic Index Chart Can Improve Your Health!


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