Weight Loss Apathy Comes From Frustrating Dietary Advice

Filed under: Health — @ August 31, 2006

Have you ever wondered why so many people have become apathetic about their need for weight loss? It’s as if they are snubbing their nose at doing something about their weight and health with an “I don’t care” attitude.

Well, as someone who used to be one of those people who DIDN’T care about his weight when I was over 400 pounds, allow me to share some insight.

bq. After trying and failing on so many of these low-fat, calorie-restricted, weigh every ounce of food diet out there, you get frustrated and come to the conclusion that being overweight of obese is your lot in life. There’s absolutely no reason to try to lose weight because you’ll only end of failing. This mentality is fueled by the continual trial and error that happens when you go on a diet. Up and down, up and down your weight goes and you just throw your hands up in the air.

This line of thinking is fueled by the failed low-fat dietary recommendations we have been told for decades that is even impacting our Medicare system!

Click here to read more about why people who need to lose weight just throw their hands up in the air in frustration.

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