Most women regardless of their actual weight or size want to lose weight at some point in their lives. Some of us have pursued that goal for years, and years, with little or no success at all. We might have lost some weight with a diet, exercise program or supplement, and then put it all back on and then some more. And from then on we embark on this rollercoaster; trying different diets, foods, exercise programs, and even some diet pills!; some work and some don’t, but nevertheless, we end up dedicating considerable time, effort, and even money in this pursuit. Eventually we come to the point where, the more we try the more difficult it gets. Sometimes, even when we have let go of our obsessions with body and weight and we are more focused on our health, we still struggle to trim off excess fat in our body.
In this article I want to explore some Andarine s4 sarm for sale online of the possible causes/reasons why weight/fat loss seems to be quite challenging for a lot of women. I also suggest some simple specific actions that have effectively helped me in losing excess fat without restrictions, radical diets or intense exercise routines.
This article is not intended to provide medical advice, please always consult with a qualified professional for any concerns with your health and nutritional program. The information and suggestions in this article are based on my formal studies in Nutritional Science, several literature reviews on the topic, experiences shared with other women, and my personal journey with overcoming an Eating disorder, obsessive dieting and exercising, as well as digestive and hormonal issues.
- The reason WHY
Sometimes our main obstacle for weight loss is the perception that we have of ourselves in the world, our beliefs about beauty, the influence of the media, and ultimately the reasons why we want to lose weight can determine our success or our failure in achieving a healthy weight. Some common hidden reasons for women to want to lose weight are: being more attractive, fitting in, filling emotional gaps, gaining acceptance, confidence, etc. Let me explain, I had low self-esteem for several years and my perception was that if only I was skinny I would then be more confident and socially accepted. However, even when I had lost considerable amount of weight I still felt not good enough, I still didn’t find my place in the world, and I still had low self- esteem. I did gain some self-confidence but it wasn’t real and long lasting, because it was dependent on my perception of being “skinny”, it was sort of borrowed confidence because when I put the weight on again, that confidence went out the door, leaving me right where I started.