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Understanding Weight Loss

Obesity increases the risk for serious conditions: high blood pressure, diabetes, and joint pain. Maintaining a healthy weight and sustaining it can increase the quality and length of your life. Discover informative articles, helpful tips, and customer stories to help you achieve your ideal figure.

Introduction to Weight Loss

A healthy weight loss program decreases the likelihood of chronic pain occurring anywhere on your body.

 

Individuals with arthritis experience severe pain if their joints are continuously supporting the excessive weight.

 

It is recommended that people experiencing chronic pain ensure their diet is high in protein and avoid overconsumption of carbohydrates, which causes hypoglycemia and weight gain. A protein-focused diet has several benefits that will help you live a healthier healthy lifestyle:

 

  • Increased strength
  • Elevated energy levels
  • Better mobility
  • Sharper focus

After consuming vast amounts of carbohydrates (bagels, doughnuts, soda, etc.), it can cause severe pain across your entire body.

 

Consult with a doctor or dietitian to determine the best weight loss plan for you.

 

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Facts about Weight Loss

  • 70% of those who were overweight or obese regained all of their weight back after their weight-loss efforts.

 

  • Obesity and being overweight have become one of the leading public health concerns.

 

  • Excess weight and extra body fat around your waist can lead to high blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol levels and type 2 diabetes, increasing your risk of heart disease and stroke.

 

  • Young Canadians represent the largest percentage of all age groups who spend the most amount of money in their attempt to lose weight.

Reference 1 - Heart & Stroke