Body Health Systems - Weight Management
Maintaining a healthy weight is easier said than done. Weight management goes beyond fad diets and quick fixes. It seeks to determine the proper weight for your body size. For some, it may require weight loss. For others, it may be weight gain. In either case, getting there is often the hardest part.
When things Go Wrong
Unhealthy foods, inactive lifestyles, and poor choices can play a role in developing an unhealthy weight. Issues such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and malnutrition can result from an improper diet and lifestyle.
Why Things Go Wrong
Diet and lifestyle are the two biggest factors affecting a healthy weight. A lack of whole foods and a balanced diet can quickly lead to weight gain, as can a sedentary lifestyle. Stress and busy-ness can cause an inability to maintain weight.
To Maintain Whole Body Health
Balancing a diet with a healthy selection of whole foods like fruits and vegetables and healthful nutrients like protein and fiber can make a big difference on the scales. In conjunction with proper nutrition, participating in an active lifestyle with a regular exercise routine will help burn calories and invigorate cells.
What others are saying!
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