This documentary I’m about to show you has inspired me in so many ways. We know that fast food is bad. We have known that McDonald’s food is junk, but I think most Americans are in denial, or maybe don’t realize the reality of choronic fast food dieting and what it is doing to our bodies.
Increased energy, better brain function, uplifted mood, better sex life, and better relationships with your children and spouse all stem from one thing. EXERCISE. The list goes on and on of all the health benefits we acquire just from being physically active.
If you are a smoker, and regardless of your age, we know how harmful cigarettes are to the body. Maybe you hav
e only been smoking for a few years, or you have been at it for over 10. You would like to quit, but have tried so many times, you just get sick of going through the withdrawls, and go into denial hoping in the back of your head that the effects that we hear about may somehow forget about you.
I have talked with several people who are exercising all the time and have been cutting calories but are still not losing weight. I decided to look into what the reason could be behind this as I find more and more people are struggling with this similar issue.
I used to think and believe that weight loss was about having a calorie deficit. You needed to have a deficit of 3500 calories per week to lose a pound per week. If anyone has tried to cut calories, you may see results in the first week, and then the weight loss quickly stops as your body adjusts to the decrease in calories by slowing down your metabolism.