Losing weight is more a matter of choice than anything else. And the health benefits help you live a happier life, free from pain and suffering, and possibly a longer one too!
Briefly, here are some of the health benefits.
Diabetes is a serious health concern caused by elevated blood sugar levels. By eating healthy low glycemic foods, you are essentially controlling your blood sugar level. Obesity is one of the factors that leads to diabetes, so by managing your weight, you are reducing the risk of diabetes.
In controlling your blood glucose levels, you are also reducing the risk of chronic heart disease, stroke, heart attack, kidney failure and blindness.
One of the keys to succeeding in losing weight is to eat healthily, and with that, you reduce the amount of bad cholesterol intake. That also is in favour of a healthier cardiovascular system.
As you lose weight, there is also an improvement in sleep. Now, sleep is not only about getting enough hours every night. It is also the quality of sleep and better sleep-wake cycles. Having less fatty tissue at the back of the throat helps a person decrease snoring. Less snoring means less chance of having sleep apnea.
Also, losing weight also reduces the risk of osteoarthritis. Imagine your joints when the cartilage wears away with age. That leads to pain each time a person moves. The excess weight does not help at all because heavier body means there is more stress on the joints.
One benefit that is most likely psychological is the sense of general well-being. It’s when the quality of life improves because of better self-esteem, and that lowers the risk of depression and mental issues.
The simplest approach, in order to keep these risks at bay, is to do the following:
- Eat low glycemic foods all the time.
- Engage in mild to moderate physical exercise.
- And finally, embrace and accept the new lifestyle!
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