An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. – Benjamin Franklin
Being overweight, if left unchecked, can pose potential health risks which could lead to conditions like obesity and type 2 diabetes among others. And there is nothing like a good dose of prevention to beat the problem in its tracks. But losing weight is not simple for everyone. Many have to struggle to get back to a healthy weight range and keep the lost pounds away for good. To achieve health weight loss does not have to be drastic and short-lived. Weight management is not a one-time thing that you can forget once you have lost the excesses. Rather, it is a habit developed and sustained for life. If you are looking for weight loss ideas that work, here are some of the best books to get you started.
Good Calories, Bad Calories: Challenging the conventional wisdom on diet, weight control, and disease by Gary Taubes
Good Calories, Bad Calories takes a look into old beliefs and conventional wisdom about dieting. It presents the problem from a different perspective and explores why many are struggling to achieve a healthy weight.
Eat to Live: The Amazing Nutrient-Rich Program for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss, Revised Edition by Joel Fuhrman
If you are going to read this book, grab the revised edition that comes with updated information based on scientific research as well s a wide array of new recipes. Eat to Live is a handy guide for anyone who wants to understand weight issues better and take a healthy approach to losing weight.
Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think by Brian Wansink Ph.d.
Food psychologist Brian Wansink provides insights into how awareness and mindfulness help in making healthy food choices. IN this book, he shares ideas that will change the way you think about and enjoy food.