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3 Simple Steps to Lasting Weight Loss



If you are currently trying to lose weight, you are not alone. Millions of Americans today are on some kind of diet or weight loss plan in hopes that they will lose weight.

Manuel Uribe is a 47 year old man from Monterrey, Mexico. He is best known for his record as the heaviest living person in the world. Back in the early 2000s era, he hit an all-time high of 1,320 pounds. He had been bedridden for years and was looking for a way out of his predicament. Doctors and friends recommended weight loss surgery as the easiest way to literally get back on his feet.
Millions of Americans are obese, and one million more are overweight. Why do so many Americans have problems with weight?

He and his doctor came up with three simple steps to assure his improvement. Those three steps are as follows:

Also generally, in our culture, exercise is looked upon negatively. People don't like exercising and they don't look forward to it. People view exercising as something hard and not fun that they must do if they want to lose weight. They do not realize that losing weight requires a lifestyle change and a modified perspective and outlook on life.

Second, he began an exercise routine that he could handle in bed. Simply dancing around to music for an extend amount of time was better than nothing. Getting the heart rate up is what matters to burning fat. Regular exercise for at least 30 minutes a day helps to shed the pounds the body doesn't need to survive.

Third and finally, returning to a healthy weight takes time and persistence. Manuel's changed lifestyle has taken him nearly a decade to reach his current weight. With his own will power pushing him forward, he has hit important milestones along the way. He started by losing 400 pound on his own before his efforts became internationally famous in 2006 via television programs.

Once the media had finished with their coverage, Manuel kept going. By 2008, he dropped to 790 pounds and has continued working until his 440 pound measurement in February of last year (2012).

But they do not want to make the life changes necessary to do those things, so they are always on the lookout for a way to lose weight without the effort and pain of change. The sad thing is, when people go on these gimmicky weight loss plans, they usually end up gaining the weight right back when they stop the diet plan.

Add in an exercise routine and a little bit of patience and you'll soon be wondering where all those pounds got to. Not that you'll be missing them of course.


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