It seems that my last position hit many different strings depending on the lens with which it was read.
Some people read it by saying that they are not trying hard enough.
Others read it because there is no point in trying.
Others agreed with me.
For the sake of clarity, here is a little more.
By stating that lifestyle matters, that sociology matters, that our life patterns matter, and that in turn help explain why people often find their full weight lost when what is usually an overly restrictive weight loss effort is being abandoned, I do not say that people should be able to stiffen overly restrictive weight loss efforts. I point out that if your weight is currently stable, you are in balance. You have, as we all do, an average daily caloric intake and production, which naturally includes things beyond your control (including genetics, medical correlations and medications, demands and responsibilities, the responsibilities of carers, .) of your conscious ability to control (food marketing, social and social standards, steady, usually well-meaningful push of food at every turn and many more) and things that are unjust to wait for you to check Member of degree normal use food to socialize with their friends and families). These are the kinds of acts that are something that some are referred to as "exhibition"and I think the impact of migration tends to have a weight, which depends on your initial and final countries can increase or decrease your own, is a clear example of how it affects your balance. But regardless of the exponential (although certainly not free to be affected by many of these out-of-control factors) such as how many meals you cook and your culinary skills, your drinking of your calories, the frequency of your meals and snacks, macrophytic p setting up your diet, exercise and more. And it is also true that for some, the realities of their lives preclude deliberate behavioral change.
What I was talking about yesterday is the people they find again all of the weight they have lost with any effort. These tend to be people who eventually, for various reasons, can not continue the efforts of change. Instead, most likely, not all, their efforts are extinguished and ending, and these people find their way back to all the original attitudes, factors and choices they lived before their changes, which series brings back their old calories, eventually bringing their weights to the same point where they were before (or maybe even a little higher because of the metabolic adaptation that led them to burn fewer calories to a corresponding weight than before the loss attempt weight ).
Why is this happening;
I think that for a significant percentage of people it's happening because the changes they were implementing were very strict. They may have been hungry or refused food that they loved and enjoyed, or cut off whole food groups or found they could not enjoy a meal with friends or would normally have to have a lot of meals (one for them and one for the family their). In short, the efforts made by many people are by definition unsustainable. They are currently efforts, no for the sake of good tries. And I believe that the reason so many people choose these types of approaches is that society (including public health and research communities) generally describes total weight loss as a punch and that is why people are making extreme efforts because that it's almost the only way to get there.
On the other hand, those people who lose weight and keep it away? While almost never are people who lose every last ounce that some stupid paintings say should be, there are huge numbers of those who managed to lose a subset of weight and keep it off. Knowing these people by reading about these people, their most common denominator is that they enjoy the new way of life that they have been created so that they do not perceive them as a discomfort.
So if you want to lose weight, you need to change some of the things that are under your control to change, but you also have to choose changes that you can honestly enjoy if you want to keep your weight out, away. Different people, for many reasons, will have fewer things that can change, not to mention the fact that life and circumstances will also have a say over time. But for all, change generally means embracing imperfections, eating food for comfort and celebration, even communicating with your friends and family, and more. And the degree of change you will be able to maintain will undoubtedly be affected by many things beyond your control, and your physiology will undoubtedly limit your losses and the amount that you can change without suffering. But that does not mean that physiology will prevent you from making any changes.
Perhaps, if everyone was aiming for smaller, more realistic, less extreme but at the same time just viable changes, and as a society we stopped with Loser's greatest Loser efforts and redefined success, we will see much more of them.