Author Dr. MS Simon (Neurophysiologist): Featuring “What Are You Hungry For” by Dr Deepak Chopra (the bestselling author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind)
Obesity is in the rising trend in both developing and developed countries leading to several chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart attack, and stroke. In our eat-and-run, massive-portion-sized culture, maintaining a healthy weight can be tough—and losing weight, even tougher.If you’ve tried and failed to lose weight before, you may believe that diets don’t work for you. You’re probably right: traditional diets don’t work—at least not in the long term. However, there are plenty of small but powerful ways to avoid common dieting pitfalls, achieve lasting weight loss success, and develop a healthier relationship with food.
Dieting Fails: Dieters keep doing more of what never worked in the first place. The slogan “Diets don’t work” has been with us for decades, and it’s absolutely true. Every long-term study has shown that less than 2 percent of dieters manage to lose a significant amount of weight (20 pounds or more) and keep it off for two years. Do you still want to diet? Let’s see what controls our eating.