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When it comes to being overweight, you know the usual suspects: too many calories, too much sugar and fat, not enough exercise. But there’s much more to weight gain than meets the eye. You may not realize it, but these five factors could be making you fat.
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As the Reader’s Digest global poll shows, people around the world are struggling with their weight. But that’s not to say that obesity is our collective destiny. In fact, just about every culture has some custom that can keep people lean, and these folkways can form the basis for a potent international weight-loss plan.
Forget about the latest diet trend, or that strenuous workout routine. You can lose weight by making small changes in your daily habits. Read on and learn how to burn calories while brushing, and pick up tons of other tips to get a slimmer body without a lot of extra work.
In the February 2010 issue of Reader’s Digest Canada, some startling results on the topic of obesity, both in Canada and around the world, were revealed.
Obesity has gone global. Our exclusive international poll reveals the riskiest habits, the crankiest spouses, the silliest excuses-and the 19 best ways to send the pounds packing.
We lose muscle mass after middle age, which slows metabolism and can lead to weight gain. Research shows that diets with up to 50-percent protein may help and are safe for most (except those with kidney disease). A 130-pound adult could aim for 70 grams daily. These substitutions will add protein-but won’t add lots of fat and calories.
Most diets and quick weight-loss plans have about as much substance as a politician’s campaign pledges. You’re better off finding several simple things you can do on a daily basis—along with following the cardinal rules of eating more vegetables and less fat and getting more physical activity.