Welcome to the 26th edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum. We received a lot of good submissions for this edition. We had a difficult time narrowing them down to these few, but we hope you enjoy these selections and find them helpful and informative. We also hope that you return to Weight Master for our next edition and our daily posts.
NickIrons presents Exercise — The Fountain of Youth! posted at Get Results! Fitness Blog, saying, "Exercise is the only proven way to drastically combat aging and to regain your youthful body. In fact, most people are able to regain up to 1/3 of their muscle strength and mass after participating in an exercise program for just a couple of months."
B.M. Garrett presents 30 minutes a day helps keep fat away posted at Blogciety, saying, "It's official, Americans are becoming more and more obese by the year. This article helps people learn how just 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day can help you to burn fat. Learn 5 significant suggestions for burning fat with regular light routine exercises that can easily be implemented into your daily routines."
Dean Moyer presents Aquatic Therapy for Back Pain posted at The Back Pain Blog, saying, "Anger places you at risk for injury and back pain, but you can control how you respond to stressful situations with just a little forethought. Awareness of the risks associated with anger is the key to avoiding spine related injuries."
Britannica Blog presents Childhood Obesity: The Educational Cost Britannica Blog posted at Britannica Blog, saying, "Poor childhood health has life-long impacts, with devastating affects on a child’s education and future socioeconomic status. Childhood obesity is especially paralyzing. Research has shown that once a child has become obese, he or she struggles simply to pursue an education. If the current childhood obesity trend in the United States continues, by 2050, at least half the population will be obese and could very possibly be less educated than the overall population today."
AndrewB presents How to Stop Compulsive Eating posted at Compulsive Eating, saying, "Compulsive eating is when you start eating and keep eating beyond the point of satisfying your hunger. Often if you diet, and avoid junk foods, you will end up becoming a compulsive eater because your cravings for those foods will be out of control."
Diana Hsieh presents The New Diet posted at NoodleFood, saying, "An easy change in diet to real, whole foods -- eliminating grains and sugars -- has increased my energy levels, allowed me to enjoy long-hated foods, and eliminated my cravings for sweets. My relationship to food has been totally transformed -- for the better!"
Daphne presents Conquer Bingeing posted at Joyful Days, saying, "The secret to controlling bingeing is to realise that you will be tempted very often, and to create a situation where even if you give in, you are relatively protected."