Saturday, June 29, 2013

Planning Your Successful Diet

The success rate for diets is pathetically low. As worldwide obesity rates soar, health declines. Instead of helping people to shed excess pounds without trying to change who they are, diets and diet programs insist on eliminating a major part of peoples lives -- the food that sustains them, makes them feel good, calms them and energizes them. Habitual food preference -- the type of food you usually eat -- is controlled by your brain. Scientists have made some progress in trying to discover how the brain controls the way people eat. However, the brain is the most complex and the least understood organ in the human body. If you need to shed excess pounds now, you cannot wait for researchers to tell you how to do it. Read Planning Your Successful Diet.

Check out these titles for more information:
What Foods Make People Fat?
Does Everyone's Metabolism Metabolize Calories at the Same Rate?
How to Boost Your Metabolism, Lose Weight & Stabilize Your Blood Sugar
Calories Expended vs. Calories Consumed
Feeling Depressed, Anxious or Angry for No Apparent Reason? What Did You Eat Today?
The Painful Journey to Obesity

For more info, visit or 4 Get Diets,com.