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Why are we Fat
In 2003, the Surgeon General claimed obesity was the fastest growing cause of disease and death in America. In 2011, about one third of U.S adults (33.8%) were obese while approximately 17% of children and adolescents aged 2-19 were obese. This is double what it used to be for adults and triple what it used to be for children. Many people believe that their excessive weight is a result of their activity level, but a study in the International Journal of Obesity found that we are just as active as we were in the 1980’s. So, what is the reason for this massive spike in obesity?
The answer is corn. In the past 5 years, farmers have received 77.1 billion dollars or 5.5 billion dollars a year in subsidies. This money has led to the widespread use of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). From its introduction in the late 1970’s, HFCS has shown a 4000% increase in use. HFCS is the reason you can buy massive bags of chips, supersized soft drinks, and candy bars for unreasonably low prices. Due to the low prices caused by government subsidies, processed foods are priced far more competitively than healthy foods and are able to come in greater quantities causing people to eat less healthy foods in greater quantities. Consequently, Americans now consume around 200 more calories a day than they did in the 1970’s
Lose Weight Naturally with Vitamins
According to a study from the University of Maryland Medical Center, all of the B vitamins are essential to breaking down fats, protein, and glucose. As a result, these vitamins facilitate weight loss by increasing a person’s energy levels and lowering their body fat percentage. Vitamin C improves blood flow, muscle recovery, bone and tissue health, and builds collagen. Taking vitamin C allows people to increase their time exercising, decrease their recovery time, and expedites their muscle growth. Vitamin D improves your ability to withstand stress and increases your capacity to exercise. The University of Maryland’s medical experts state that vitamin D reduces weight gain and may prevent type 2 diabetes.
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Behavioral weight loss tips for Success
Multi-Tasking: Do not multi-task while eating. This preoccupies your mind and encourages people to eat beyond the point where they are full. When you focus on your meal, it will increase your enjoyment of the food and you will become more aware of your body’s hunger signals. In many cases, people eat according to a schedule rather than need.
Low Fat: Many people believe that low fat foods are safe to eat since they are low in fat, but many low fat foods preserve their taste with high sugar content. This is especially harmful when people consume these products more frequently because of the low fat content.
Smaller Portions: People tend to eat whatever is in front of them; therefore, the larger the serving the greater risk for overeating. To combat this, try using smaller dishes and going back for second servings. In many cases, you will be satisfied with your first serving and you will not go back for more.
Hide Treats: Do not tempt yourself with snacks. It is okay to have snacks in the cupboard, but having snacks lying around the house can trigger the desire to snack even when you’re not hungry.
Buy tall glasses: Similar to using smaller plates, studies show that a tall and thin glass reduces the amount of liquid you will consume. Short and wide glasses appear less full and inspire people to pour more liquid than normal.
Eat Dinner Early: A study, done with mice, found that mice were able to eat as much calorie intensive food as they wanted without any negative consequences as long as it was done in an 8 hour period. The 16 hour fast provides the body plenty of time to convert the food into energy and avoid metabolic exhaustion. It’s not advised to eat whatever you want for eight hours, but perhaps an early dinner and late breakfast may be the change you need to lose some extra pounds.
Sleep Late: Studies show a connection between sleep deprivation and weight gain. MRIs show that in a sleep deprived state the reward centers of the brain are activated by images of unhealthy food, but only in a sleep deprived state. Sleep deprivation can also increase leptin levels, which is the hormone that produces fat and slows down your metabolic rate.
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