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CLUB NO MO YO-YO FOR WISE WEIGHT-MANAGEMENT

With thousands of diets and weight-loss programs on the market today, researchers estimate that 8 out of 10 people who lose weight, gain it back again and the number of people who are overweight have reached alarming proportions. Many researchers suspect today that dieting is actually one of the reasons why so many people are struggling to normalize their weight.

Factors which do correlate with greater long term success are: A good self-esteem, believing that the weight goal is realistic as well as achievable and sustainable lifestyle adjustments which includes good nutrition and healthy activities,  and, very important, emotional resilience. When these factors are lacking, physical, psychological, emotional and even spiritual challenges are likely to disturb the equilibrium sooner or later, tipping the scale back in the wrong direction and cause yet another gain.

To stop gaining back the weight you have lost, it is wise to get the right kind of support to develop the sound self-esteem and strong emotional resilience needed, as well as the self-knowledge required, to set a meaningful weight-goal you know you will be able to achieve, before attempting to make the kind of changes necessary for a balanced long term approach to weight-maintenance

ARTICLES By Lorraine

Published in The LINK-UP Western Cape:
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Why Making Each Second Count Is More Important Than Counting Calories

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CLUB NO MO YO-YO FOR WISE WEIGHT-MANAGEMENT

With thousands of diets and weight-loss programs on the market today, researchers estimate that 8 out of 10 people who lose weight, gain it back again and the number of people who are overweight have reached alarming proportions. Many researchers suspect today that dieting is actually one of the reasons why so many people are struggling to normalize their weight.

Factors which do correlate with greater long term success are: A good self-esteem, believing that the weight goal is realistic as well as achievable and sustainable lifestyle adjustments which includes good nutrition and healthy activities,  and, very important, emotional resilience. When these factors are lacking, physical, psychological, emotional and even spiritual challenges are likely to disturb the equilibrium sooner or later, tipping the scale back in the wrong direction and cause yet another gain.

To stop gaining back the weight you have lost, it is wise to get the right kind of support to develop the sound self-esteem and strong emotional resilience needed, as well as the self-knowledge required, to set a meaningful weight-goal you know you will be able to achieve, before attempting to make the kind of changes necessary for a balanced long term approach to weight-maintenance

ARTICLES By Lorraine

Published in The LINK-UP Western Cape:
A New Diet?

Surviving The Silly Season!

Why Making Each Second Count Is More Important Than Counting Calories

Hoping For A Miracle?

 

Talk to us on facebook..

 



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