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Men – Do Not Make This a Losing Weight Problem!

There are a lot of people that do a lot of exercises and hard work, but they don’t see any results. Let’s talk about what’s going on. 1. Don’t Eat fast Our brain needs time to know that our stomach is already full. If you eat without stopping, this signal get too late to your brain, and your organism will have more than the necessary. Next time, try this drill during your next meal. On every bite, chew, swallow, put down your fork, and take a sip […]

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Obese Men Need Help Losing Weight Too

With some obese men, gastric bypass surgery may seem like the only option. This surgery is expensive, risky and doesn’t always work. It should be approached as a last option only after you have explored other ways to lose weight. Some people believe that Obese men eat all the wrong foods. This is certainly true for some people but often the underlying diet may be ok but the portion size i.e. quantity of food consumed is wrong. Men tend to get less home economics teaching then women […]

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Forget The Diet Men – Learn How Weight Training Can Shed The Pounds

It’s a fact – In this day and age, more of us are overweight than underweight. Everyone seems to be on a diet or weight loss program. The problem with diets is most people see them as a temporary thing they need to do to get them where they want to be. We constantly hear things like “Bob lost 20 pounds in one month on the Super-Spectacular diet”. Sounds great, but what happened to Bob when he went off the diet after that month. He went back […]

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Weight Loss Advice for Men

If diet and weight are as important to health and wellbeing as experts believe, American men need to make changes to what they eat and how often they exercise. They are too overweight and suffer years of ill-health despite the fact that per capita health funding is the highest in the world. The statistics make interesting reading. First, an estimated 27.7 percent of American males aged 20-74 years are obese. By comparison, obesity affects 19 percent of Australian men, 12 percent of French men and only 3.6 […]

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