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Environmental Strategies To Help With Weight Loss

Many factors influence the ways individuals gain or lose weight, such as genetics, diet, activity level, and environment. Though rare, severe metabolic disorders can make certain individuals unable to gain or lose weight. For almost everyone else, individuals can achieve weight loss through personal self-control. As individuals age, their metabolism naturally slows down, which means their caloric intake must be reduced while caloric burning must be increased to maintain their current weight. Maintaining a healthy weight is crucial to prevent various ailments such as diabetes and heart disease.

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Keep Tempting Food Out Of The House

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It is important for individuals attempting to lose weight to keep tempting food out of the house. Tempting food can be subjective, so knowing personal weaknesses is key. High-calorie snacks like potato chips, candy, and cookies are obviously tempting food choices, but others are not so blatant. Any food high in calories without much nutritional value are considered 'empty calories' and are typically tempting as well. Empty calories refer to calories without nutritional value. Another less obvious tempting food is anything easy to prepare. Small, disposable single-serve packs of food are the perfect example of this. Easy to open, eat, and clean up, these items easily allow for over-indulgence. Microwaveable dishes are also easy and quick to heat, but can also be full of carbohydrates and unhealthy ingredients and lacking in essential nutrients. Eating these foods can be just as detrimental to weight loss as more obvious choices.

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