According to the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of American are overweight with almost 33 percent now considered obese. An estimated 90 percent of those falling into these categories are currently trying to lose weight. Though the will is clearly present, the way isn’t quite so straightforward.
What’s the Problem?
Despite ongoing endeavors, the nation’s collective waistline isn’t shrinking. Sure, certain people simply switch to diet soda, cut out sweet snacks, walk half a mile every day and lose 20 pounds in a month. On the other hand, some limit themselves to 500 calories a day, add fat burners to their regimen, spend two hours at the gym daily and gain five pounds during that same time frame. Still others can live on milkshakes and cheeseburgers, rarely step on a treadmill and never gain an ounce.
The Bigger Issue
What makes some …