Saturday, February 9, 2013

Wackiest Ways to Lose Weight


People who want to lose weight sometimes try alternative methods of losing weight that seem a little wacky to onlookers.

Vomiting
People who make themselves vomit to lose weight usually have an illness known as bulimia. Persons who have this eating disorder overeat and then purge. After a delicious meal, the first thought that may cross the mind of someone who is affected by bulimia is, “How can I make myself vomit?”
Anyone asking, “How can I make myself vomit?” is using an inappropriate method of weight control. Erosion of tooth enamel, dehydration, ruptures of the stomach and esophagus, and many other complications can result from vomiting to lose weight.

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Hypnotism
People who submit to hypnotism in order to lose weight are trying to change their behavior. The Mayo Clinic says that persons who try to lose weight by hypnotism may lose a few pounds, if it is used in combination with diet and exercise.

Potato Diet
Like many other single food diets, the potato diet gets boring fast. How many ways can you eat potatoes alone? How long can you eat potatoes, with no other kind of food, for breakfast, lunch and dinner?
Potatoes are a good source of fiber and Vitamin C; but unfortunately, don’t supply many of the other vitamins and minerals that are essential for healthy living.

In addition, the glycemic index of potatoes is very high. Persons who are already obese and persons who are diabetic will not benefit from eating potatoes three times a day, every day.

Smoking
Some persons smoke in order to reduce their desire to eat. It is generally thought that smokers are usually much slimmer than non-smokers.
In addition to cutting the appetite, nicotine may also increases the resting metabolic rate. When the resting metabolic rate increases, more energy is used to perform the functions of the body. Studies have not yet proven that smoking causes the significantly higher metabolic rate observed in some smokers.
In any case, smoking has been linked to a wide number of illnesses.

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