Diets fat loss
One of the most attractive things about spring is obviously the warm weather. At Lean28 Nutrition, we recognize that warm weather on the way may make some of our clients sweat the wimsuit stuff. Afterall, swimsuit is a compound word that is, not surprisingly, made up of a double dose of four-letter words. Dorie Kalfen was featured on The Today Show, where she admitted to staying far away from the beach and swimming pools altogether for fear of being seen in a bathing suit. Because of dutiful diet and continued exercise, Dorie dropped 104 pounds. She’s no longer swimsuit phobic, but she feels rather empowered when soaking up the beach’s sun these days.
Dorie’s success story can be your story too. We congratulate you on your determination to lose excess fat and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Remember, weight loss success stems from commitment to healthy habits. Mark Twain astutely understood that, “Habit is habit and not to be flung out of the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs a step at a time.” The Lean28 diet will help you coax unhealthy habits downstairs one step at a time. This diet requires a commitment to making wise food choices and encourages exercise too.
Making wise food choices and a commitment to moderate exercise will enable you to be part of the healthy minority. Our focus this week will be on commitment to exercise. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), regular physical activity is “especially important if you are trying to lose fat or maintain a healthy weight.” We are all aware that increasing physical activity increases the number of calories burned. When a calorie deficit occurs, weight loss begins. More importantly Lean28 diet drops are formulated to help you not only lose fat but to lose it from your hips, thighs, and waist.
Equally important to calories burned, is the fact that exercise reduces the risks of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Exercise also diminishes the risk of stroke and several forms of cancer. It reduces high blood pressure, arthritis pain, and osteoporosis. Happily, physical activity relieves symptoms of depression and anxiety too.
Peaceable Mahatma Gandhi penned this wish: “Keep my word positive. Words become my behaviors. Keep my behaviors positive. Behaviors become my habits. Keep my habits positive. Habits become my values. Keep my values positive. Values become my destiny." We urge you to continue steadfastly in changing your eating and exercising behaviors. As you form healthy and positive habits, you will influence destiny. We think that’s pretty cool.