If you are obese and still weigh less than 240 pounds, you may have a problem with fat storage. There are two ways to remove adipose tissue-by diet and exercise, and one is via surgery.
You can easily lose excess weight by reducing the amount you eat at least two to three times daily. Eating at a lower calorie level than you normally are and exercising twice as much as normal is a very good way to lose weight.
You can also lose weight by restricting or limiting your food intake while you are exercising. If you go out to eat only twice or three times a week, your weight may remain flat even while you eat the same number of calories as before.
There may also be other ways to reduce your weight for weight loss surgery but I won’t go into detail.
My doctor or trainer tells me to make myself exercise. But I don’t want to make myself uncomfortable by walking a lot or standing up regularly. What should I do?
One way to lose weight, without making yourself uncomfortable, is to change your routine from everyday living to more physical activity, or you have to walk a lot. If you want to lose weight, you must find a way to exercise at least twice a day, not just once or twice a week.
If you can’t walk a lot, if you can’t stand up straight and be a regular walking route, don’t make yourself uncomfortable by making yourself exercise.
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This is the day for politicians in Vancouver to take stock of their legacy.
A new report (available here) published by the B.C. Public Interest Research Group (PCIPRG) shows that the municipal and provincial governments of B.C. need to re-examine the relationship between growth and affordable housing needs.
The report identifies a number of problems facing municipalities and provincial politicians when implementing the provincial New Building Ontario (NNBO) strategy. While growth has become the preferred approach to increasing affordable housing, there is a clear need to ensure that the right supply of new rental housing is built.
A 2015 Vancouver city staff report, Building Incomes and Expenses, identifies the need for provincial support to help build new rental housing (more on this link).
The NDP government has made affordability a key component of its housing strategy, introducing New Building Ontario, a $17.5-billion plan to build more affordable housing over the coming decades.
“The NDP government has
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