The obesity crisis is ranging on here in the United States, affecting both adults and children alike. Unfortunately, one third of adults are now overweight, with another one third medically classified as obese. This leaves only about one third of the adult population at a healthy weight. Fortunately, however, many people realize this is a considerable problem, as nearly 55% of all adults in this country alone are currently trying to lose some amount of weight.
Losing weight comes down to two main things: exercise and diet. Exercising enough is key, but consuming too many calories in your diet means that weight loss will be pretty much impossible. For most overweight or obese people, a change in diet will be key for weight loss. In some cases, exercise can even be added in later on in the game, after a newer and healthier diet is in full swing.
If you don’t have experience in cultivating a healthy diet, getting help from a nutritionist can help immensely. A nutritionist or die
Being at an unhealthy weight is just that, incredibly unhealthy. In fact, being obese has actually become the second leading cause of preventable death here in the United States (second only behind smoking alone). Unfortunately, the majority of our population is overweight or obese, up to two thirds of it with one third of the entire adult population considered to be clinically obese, if not morbidly obese or even super morbidly obese.
There are many reasons that this has become such a widespread concern throughout the country. For one, many people are not exercising to the extent that they should be, with only about one third of all adults here in the United States getting the recommended weekly amount of exercise (and, not coincidentally, only about one third of all adults currently being considered to be at a healthy weight). In addition to this, fast food restaurants have become more prevalent and prominent than ever before, with up to two times the amount of them that there w