|It's true, when most of us think of the need to lose weight,
we think in terms of aesthetics, or how we look?
Our weight loss motivation is to imagine what we would look
like if we could just lose 20lbs.
Unless we are stricken by illness, or told by our doctor to
lose weight now, our weight loss goals tend to be to look better,
feel better, attract more love and sex into our lives, gain
social or career advantages, or defeat the effects of natural
Indeed, this is the motivation for the majority of weight loss
products and services that create a massive impact on the market.
The reality though is that we should also view being overweight
as a strong risk factor for disease and ailments.
There are many diseases that have proven links with being
overweight including: heart disease, forms of cancer, high
blood pressure, auto-immune diseases such as arthritis, and
emotional diseases such as depression - just to name a small
It's time that we expand our view on how important succeeding
at weight loss is in terms of overall health and base our
weight loss motivation on more than just looking better.
You control your ability to significantly lower the risk of
disease in your life.
That should be an extremely powerful motivation behind succeeding
at your weight loss program.
It does take some work though, since our nature is to focus on
the immediate or short term gratification - which is our looks.
If your weight loss program has proved unsuccessful, perhaps
you have been using the wrong sources for motivation? Try
spending some time learning about the impact on your overall
health and longevity of succeeding with your weight loss goals.
That may just be the hidden weight loss motivation you needed to
get over the hump!
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