The obesity epidemic has a lot of people justifiably more concerned than ever before about their weight. Being overweight and obese can be killers. The increasing awareness of the potential for harmful side effects from many diet pills has more people than ever looking towards exercise and eating nutritious low fat, low calorie foods as the best way to help them maintain a healthy weight. New research has shown if you think fun things while you are exercising you may eat less later.
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Exercise and Fitness
The obesity epidemic has been gaining more and more attention due to the escalating nature of this problem. Aside from physical problems associated with obesity such as heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure there are emotional problems associated with obesity. Kids in particular are often hit hard by these problems. It is therefore of importance to note that recent research has showed that kids who exercise display better fat distribution, which may have a significant effect on their physical and emotional well being.
It often seems hopeless to attempt to maintain good health for middle aged women with weight problems. The weight problem itself often appears so intractable some overweight women seem to give up trying to stay healthy. However, overweight women should not give up on efforts to reach for better health. New research shows staying physically active can help overweight women avoid heart disease.
Celebrity self-defense and fitness expert Jarrett Arthur has 3 useful tips on how to stay safe when exercising in the gym and the third is the hardest.
According to a new revelation, an increasing number of young female athletes suffer needlessly from ACL knee injuries due to neglect by their coaches. This neglect comes in the form of failure to properly supervise and insure that these young athletes are utilizing injury protection programs such as FIFA
Do you hate exercising alone, but just cannot convince your friends to exercise with you? With these 4 tips from Dr. Oz: The Good Life, you can tweak his advice into motivators that will have you and your friends becoming healthier and losing weight faster than ever.
Obesity is all too common in the current generations, whether we speak of those with autism, ADHD or your average teenager. Too much time out of our lives is spent in front of a television, a computer screen, sitting in an office or cooped away in a classroom, with little chance of moving about, running, walking, or simply stretching our legs. Our diets are riddled with carbs, fats and sugars, full of chemicals and without enough necessary nutrients. We lack activity and add to our calories, ending up weighing much more than we ought to at our age or for our heights.