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winning the battle to lose weight

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The complexities of weight loss, particularly that of a significant amount, is well beyond “simple” or the common approach of proper diet and exercise but strikes at the core of modern living and style of life. In-fact many of the common habits of modern leaving fuel obesity and unlikely to change given they are deeply engrained in society. Couple in rising costs of food, concerns of soil and water contamination, “eating healthy” has become a complex formula of theory in application with some very stern realities.

The final point might be the grimmest of all because while I can talk of “hunting and gathering” high quality food choices they may not be available in your region. There are many well-established metropolitan regions, each to remain nameless, that I know when travelling to my normal diet habits will spiral downward and immediately impact upon my level of health and fitness.

Soil erosion, environmental damage and clean water supplies have further laid question to even for the healthy food shopper, what is the nutrient levels of so-called “organic” or other high-quality products.

Feeling a bit overwhelmed by the reality of the future of food choices, then consider the oft-mentioned “dirty-dozen” (Apples, Bell Peppers, Celery, Cherries, Grapes (some regions), Lettuce, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Potatoes, Strawberries and Spinach) of fruits and vegetables that retain high levels of pesticides, virtually forcing your hand of buying from high quality certified organic farms. While costly, for overall health it is make use of certified organic items from this group and of-course, when possible grown in your own backyard garden.

Suddenly this “simplicity” plan has turned considerably complicate because your hunting and gather healthy fruits and vegetables requires understand more of its production and hopefully making it fit into your household budget.

If that seems daunting, realize that is likely going to get considerably worse.

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