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Slimming Down With Master Cleanse Secrets

By Katherine Gonzalez

Obesity in a person can be measured with or determined by body mass index (BMI). BMI is a measure that compares weight with height. A BMI between 25 kg/m2 and 30 kg/m2 indicates overweight and a BMI of over 30 kg/m2 indicates obesity. Obesity and overweight can lead to a number of health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, certain type of cancer and osteoarthritis. It makes one lethargic, tired, less agile and less energetic.

World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that obesity afflicts over a 400 million adults. Obesity was formally notified as a global problem by WHO. More than half of the adult populations living in the urban areas of the US are obese. While over a sixth of the global population is experiencing chronic hunger and starvation, yet paradoxically a major emerging threat to health is from obesity. An annual turnover of $40 billion is reported by the booming weight loss market.

Weight loss programs are many. Some of the weight loss diet plans are 7 day diet, Anne Collins Weight Loss Program, Master Cleansing Secrets, The Atkins diet, Diet Smart, NutriSystem, Jon Benson’s Every Other Day diet and Beverly Hills diet. There are many other weight loss formulas. The anti-obesity drugs claim to directly burn away the fat and block the accumulation of fat or act as an appetite suppressant.

A lose of just 10 percent of the body weight is good enough to begin with. What is more important is to maintain this weight for more than a year rather than further decline in the weight. Such an approach is more conducive to maintaining health. Consumption of low-fat low-calorie diet, a higher level of physical activity and a regular check on the weight can make sure that the weight loss achieved remains stable. It is common to see people jumping on to a starvation diet to lose weight and slim down. The human body on an average requires 1800 calories. If the calorie intake goes below 1200, there could be serious health problems. It is therefore safer and better to ensure the standard calorie intake and combine with physical exercises and a balanced diet.

Obesity causes various health problems because it it’s such a life-threatening condition. If you only have self-control, determination and weight loss diet plans like Master Cleanse Secrets, you can prevail over obesity.

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