Tulsa, OK -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/15/2016 -- It has been reported that according to global trends, one of the major ailments that is epidemic to urban habitats is obesity. The unhealthy food habits, excessive eating, lack of exercise, etc has led most urban dwellers to grow overweight.
The market trends further reports that companies draw a lot of profit from weight loss products that include weight loss supplements, exercise equipments, exercise regimes and many more. Experts have said that despite all these promises in the market in the form of a varied array of products and services, not many are able to deliver their promise. The same experts have revealed that the only effective and sure success route is to exercise well and follow a good diet plan.
A well planned diet will help in the calorie restriction and portion control. It is said that for a lasting result, it is important to take up a strict diet and then follow up with a well planned maintenance diet for the results to stay longer. A leading web site called Extreme Weight Loss Plan has made the revelation that in order to burn one pound of fat in the body, an individual needs to cut 3500 calories. In order to achieve this, the web site recommends that a person should decrease their calorie intake by 500 to 700 calories for them to reduce 3500 calories per week.
In a step by step guide, the nutrition experts at the web site suggests individuals to opt for smaller meals throughout the day. Instead of the three large meals in a day, it is wise to split it into six smaller meals. By small portions of consumptions the stomach also contracts. Additionally, the food absorbing organs will contract. This in turn will eventually lead to a permanent smaller body for the individual.
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About Extreme Weight Loss Plan
Extreme Weight Loss Plan is a leading web site that has been offering some of the most effective ways to lose weight. It is currently one of the most popularly opted site for weight loss plans.
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