Weight reduction in obese adults is accompanied by a shrinking of fat cells.
Did you know that the more you overeat the fatter your fat cells get? If you want to lose weight stop feeding those fat cells by eating less and exercising more.
It's very simple, when the fat content is reduced; fat cells shrinks, only to expand again when the body's content of fat is restored. Fat cells love to eat so you have to get those rascals under control. Fat cells induce caving and overeating. You can shrink fat cells. Unfortunately, you can't lose them.
If an obese or overweight person, who is accustom to eating large meals immediately start eating small serving size meals in any weight reduction program, he/she is doomed to fail. Those fat cells are going to get mighty hungry. The obese person's body will go into starvation mode. He/she will start craving, overeating, and the cycle starts all over again, regained weight. The fat cells always win. Don't panic, there is hope. How can we win the battle of the fat cells?
It's time for a healthy lifestyle makeover. You must change and control your bad eating habits. Don't let the fat cells control you, you control them. When you start to carve foods, drink water, eat a fruit, go for walk, exercise, etc. Stay Away from the Refrigerator! Remember to portion size your meals, especially your snacks.
If you eat healthy balance meals and exercise, you will balance your health and your life.
Remember this equation:
Fat Cells + Excess Intake/Overeating = Fat Gain
Try not to consume those extra calories, you will only put on extra body fat.
What is the Solution to the Obesity Epidemic?
Weight Reduction Programs that promote exercise/physical activity, healthy eating, and a gradual food reduction program makes sense. At Excelolife, we believe through our system and method of weight management it may be scientifically possible for the rate or size of fat cell development in humans to be gradually slowed or reduced over time, resulting in permanent weight control. Our method is a simple, natural, and healthy approach to weight management, without the use of pills, fad diets, and surgeries. We need to go back to the basics; the current methods of dieting and weight-loss are not working. The obesity epidemic is now a global problem and it's getting worse.
Another solution to the obesity epidemic is early childhood intervention. We must teach parents to avoid overfeeding their children to prevent them from becoming obese adults in the future. We must break the obesity cycle for the next generation so that our children can live long and happy lives.
What do you think?