Have you ever tried to lose weight but just haven’t had much success? Well, maybe that’s because while you’ve committed to putting in the time in the gym, you haven’t committed to adopting better eating habits.
NaturalNews.com, a website founded by Health Ranger Mike Adams that is dedicated to providing readers with the most up-to-date information regarding food and nutrition, is a great way to learn about proper, complete weight loss and why what you put into your body is vital if you want to shed pounds. In fact, Natural News has been reporting the latest, greatest weight-loss information for years.
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“The best way to lose weight is not necessarily the fastest one. With all the diet trends, accessories and supplements on the market, we are bombarded by testimonials of people sporting flat abs and six packs endorsing the latest fad diet. They swear by how effective it has been for them and how they are having the time of their lives,” writes Aurora Geib for Natural News. “Truth be told, who wouldn’t want flat abs or a six pack? Unfortunately, short-term gains are difficult to sustain unless the individual actually decides to make the personal decision to want to live a healthy life.”
One way to do that, according to Raw Michelle of Natural News, (http://www.naturalnews.com/034855_raw_foods_dieting_weight_loss.html) is to adopt a “raw foods” diet. “Between oil and butter, as well as the general frying and baking process, a meal can have up to 25 percent more calories than the ingredients alone,” she writes.
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