How to lose weight without diet and exercise?
How about changing what you eat?
Two of the most frequent questions we receive are:
Well, there is some great news for those who do not want to diet or exercise but still
want to lose
weight. In fact many people just do not like to diet.
Salma Hayek is one of them. She says, "My body
is just the space where I live. Though I'll admit, it's a
pretty good body to have... I'd rather be a little
but nice, rather than skinny and bitchy." No, we are not recommending some magic weight loss pills. In fact we never will until there is one approved by the FDA after all the testing is done (even then we will be somewhat skeptical considering the fact that the US FDA can no longer be trusted).
pill review) are two drugs available right now but we are not
sure that they work and it has been found that
Meridia can be deadly to patients with heart problems. (Related:
How to lose weight during middle age)
So what is the magic solution to weight loss without diet and exercise?
vegetarian. According to new research published in The American Journal of Medicine, a
low-fat, plant-based diet is more effective at helping women lose weight and
improve insulin sensitivity than an omnivorous diet.
to Dr. Neal Barnard, the lead author who conducted the research on 59 overweight, post-menopausal
women, “The study participants following the
vegan diet enjoyed unlimited servings of fruits, vegetables,
grains, and other healthful foods that enabled them to lose weight without feeling hungry,”
He continues, “As they began to experience the positive effects, weight loss and improved insulin sensitivity, the women in the intervention group became even more motivated to follow the plant-based eating plan.”
British actress, Gillian Taylforth, eats fruits and
vegetables during all her meals and attributes her
youthful looks to the healthy diet. In fact
she says, "I don’t follow a strict diet but I do
watch what I eat – I love fruit and veg!"
Scientific studies show that
is far less prevalent in populations following a plant-based diet. Vast majority of Hindus in India,
for instance, who never eat meat or eggs have only rare instances of obesity. In a recent study of more than 55,000 Swedish women, Tufts University researcher P. Kirstin Newby and her colleagues found that 40 percent of meat-eaters were overweight or obese while only 25 to 29 percent of vegetarians and vegans were. Worldwide, vegetarian populations experience lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other life-threatening diseases.
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