You want to lose weight, and you know losing weight can make you healthier and able to move more freely... yet you don’t lose weight. Weight Loss for Middle-Aged Women explores the psychological reasons for that paradox, looks at habits that may be holding you back, and offers strategies to get your weight loss back on track.
Strategies such as these can really make a difference:
- Avoid liquid calories. Because the body does not register liquid calories the way it does solid calories, you may be consuming many calories without feeling satiated.
- Get adequate sleep. Sleep deprivation may have contributed to your weight gain and may prevent you from reaching your goal weight.
- Drink green tea. Before you dismiss this as too simplistic, how would you like to burn an extra 70 calories a day without doing anything different except drinking green tea? That new habit, all by itself, could eliminate seven and a half pounds of excess weight over a year, a study showed. Switch out those sugary drinks for green tea to lose weight even faster.
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This is awful
demeaning, i assume a paper someone wrote but insulting and demeaning to women. awful, do not recommend. The narrator is a narrator, so no reflection on him, but absolutely do not recommend anyone waste time, money, credits.
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- lillian turner
I can't believe Audible has this title for sale. It reads like a garbled jumble of familiar weightloss tips and data with a few extremely offensive comments about the psychology of women thrown in. I only made it to chapter 6 and was just so stunned at how awful it was that I had to stop. I'll be asking for a refund.
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