Lose weight with Reductil and Xenical this year
6th January 2009
Being overweight or obese means increased risk of developing various health problems. If you have been eating too much this Christmas and are worried about the weight gain, this article will equip you with extremely useful information that will help you in setting realistic weight loss goals this year.
Losing 5 to 10% of your body weight over three months is quite a realistic aim and this modest looking goal can greatly reduce the health risks associated with being over-weight or obese. In other words, losing about one and a half stone (5-10 kg) is an ideal goal that can be achieved within the next three months by bringing a change in your lifestyle, eating a healthy diet and getting engaged in some regular physical activity. If you weigh too much and can not lose weight with exercise and diet planning alone, you can also ask your doctor about Reductil and Xenical – The clinically proven weight loss pills that can greatly enhance the chances of shedding extra pounds successfully.
Obesity in the UK
More than half of the adult population in the UK is either overweight or obese. About 2 in 5 adults in the UK are overweight while 1 in 5 adults are obese. The number of obese people in the UK is rising, particularly among young adults.
How do you know if you are overweight or obese? Your BMI (Body Mass Index) relates your weight to your height and describes how much of your body is made up of fat. If your BMI is greater then 25 then you are overweight and if it is greater then 30 then you are obese. Your waist size is another indicator of being overweight or obese and having extra fat around your waist definitely increases health risks. A waist measurement of 102 cm or above for men and 88 cm or above for women is a significant health risk and should be taken seriously. Why you should take losing weight very seriously? Losing some weight can bring improvements in your self esteem and you feel really better about your personality. Apart from the improvement in the quality of life, there are greater health benefits if you lose some weight. Losing weight means that you are in the less likelihood of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, some types of cancer, breathing problems, depression and most importantly heart problems. All these problems are more common in obese and overweight people. How to lose weight?
Losing weight is all about motivation, understanding the health risks involved with being over-weight or obese, eating a healthy and balanced diet, regular exercise and setting realistic and gradual weight loss goals. If you have tried all these and still unable to lose weight or your busy life style is keeping you off from losing weight, you can always speak to your doctor about the prescription weight lose medicine that can be used in conjunction with diet control and exercise. Further information on Reductil and Xenical is available from our website and you can also use our online service for weight loss advice.