Words to Watch Out For! (Heart Health)
If you have been advised to lose weight for health reasons, you may be drawn to programs that promise fast and easy weight loss. Don’t be fooled! Be wary of misleading programs that offer quick weight loss. Some famous phrases like “Eat all you want and still lose weight,” or “Melt fat away â€” while you sleep,” may come to mind. Some other phrases to be wary of are:
Healthy weight loss involves a lot of time, and can be difficult. Experts usually define healthy weight loss as a loss of one to two pounds per week, through exercise and sensible eating habits. If you see something that appears to be too good to be true, chances are, it is. Consult your doctor or nutritionist about which weight-loss approach will work the best for you.