I never worry about getting fat. I eat all I can and still stay thin.
I’m picky with food, too. When I say “I eat all I can”, that amounts to less than a single helping for the supersized, bulging-at-the-wrong-places parents out there.
I’m worried about my wife’s weight, though. Also, I think my two sons, Adrian (10 years old) and Wendell (13 years old) are overweight.
So I jumped for joy when I stumbled upon the article 20 Tips for Permanent Weight Loss on MayoClinic’s website. I needed only about three tips for reducing my sons’ weights (and my wife’s, too, if only I can convince her to follow the suggested diet-and-exercise regimen). What I’ve trawled from the Net is a treasure chest full of cutting-edge weight reduction techniques.
The ideas that the article suggests such as Create opportunities to be active each day, Don’t keep comfort foods in the house, See what you eat, and Reward yourself seem reasonable and easy to follow. I’m excited for my two sons and wife.
Do I harbor hope that the ideas, if followed, will result in the trimming down of my sons and wife PERMANENTLY?
No. I’m always leery about pitches with the word permanent in it. If they succeed in losing weight and maintain slim figures for two weeks, I’d be happy. I’m easy to please, you know.
I’m sharing the article with the readers. It’s too good to keep for my family’s use only.
Here it is: 20 ideas to help loss weight.
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