Managing your weight is particularly relevant at this time of year, especially if you are amongst the millions of people who tend to over do it a bit in December. It has been estimated that over the two days of Christmas, the average person eats over 11,000 calories. That’s almost three times the norm so no wonder you might end up carrying a few extra pounds.
Feeling trim can help boost confidence, but I do worry that many of us are slaves to weight, especially when we have a distorted view of how we should look. Remember that if you want to lose weight, keep your goals reasonable as disappointment and frustration are the death of a good diet.
Aside from aesthetic reasons, being overweight or obese can contribute to the incidence of cancers, and is the second most likely cause of death after smoking so if you need to lose weight, then now’s the time. Read more of this post