Helpful Weight Loss Tips Come From Everywhere
Anyone who has done even a little bit of research about weight loss knows there is a plethora of information available. Some of it is quite good, and some of it may be more questionable. Commonly I talk to patients looking for simple things they can do to help make their weight loss efforts for effective. Many times the tips and tools I suggest come from research findings done a reputable clinic or other institution, but this is not always the case. I have found that over the years my patients themselves have become a valuable resource to each other through their own personal experiences. For example:
A patient on thier own added ankle weights to the walking exercises they were doing on a regular basis. The added weight increased the caloric requirement of those exercises and promoted the increase of lean muscle mass. Although this may not be a helpful addition to every patients routine, it may be for some.
I would love to hear more about how you have found ways to increase the effectiveness of yor weight loss efforts. Sharing your discoveries of what works and what doesn’t may prove helpful to others attempting to lose weight for a better quality of life.