Weight loss is on the ‘headlines’ menu

Content by: Guy Lawrence

By Guy Lawrence


You can tell summer is coming, I have just typed ‘weightloss’ into google news and I find it quite  incredible the headlines I see staring back at me!

The secrets regarding Kirstie Alleys 100lb weight loss. The article goes on to say how she parted ways with Jenny Craig after losing 75lbs and plateaued. Nothing to do with money?

The there’s the vinegar diet. Is this for real? What kind of weight loss strategy is that!

The Oxford Times are saying that more people should be given costly weight-loss surgery to save the NHS money in the long run. Has it really come to this? We recently posted an article on the future of health care here in Australia. Surely a more pro-active approach to weight loss and maintaining health is needed?

So if you are needing to lose weight and not become another health concerned statistic, maybe it’s time to think twice before you listen to the potential trappings of what the media have to say on the topic of weight loss. They have to continually print news and create noise to stay in business after all.

Weight loss needn’t be complicated. It just means the basics need to be done well over a longer period of time. Glamorous? No. Effective? Yes.

If you are looking to educate yourself so you can begin to make informed decisions regarding your health and weight loss. Why not start with our free eBook here.

Guy Lawrence

This article is brought to you by Guy Lawrence. Guy is a qualified fitness trainer with over 10 years of experience in the health industry. Guy worked at the UTS Fitness Centre in Sydney Australia where he specialised in exercise nutrition and obtained his Certificate in Exercise Nutrition and Certified... Read More

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