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Fighting obesity with The Mediterranean Diet

By Pamella Rodriguez


One of the major issues with the current trends in dieting in the United States is that almost all of the diet plans revolve around starvation or reliance on chemical supplements in the form of pills, protein bars, shakes and powders. Almost no thought is given to whole foods and real nutrition, with most people thinking they just don't have time to prepare something.

The United States is a world leader in one thing: obesity. The CDC states that 72% of the population is overweight, with 34% of those numbers being termed "morbidly obese". And out of those who are considered obese (dangerously overweight), only about 6% have a genetic excuse. The rest are simply overweight and fat because they don't care about their diet or have zero clue how to care for themselves.

Furthermore, the latest study from The Medical Research Council's Epidemiology Unit in Cambridge states that roughly 40% of those six per cent who are obese could actually stop being fat simply by incorporating a regular exercise routine along with cutting down on their food consumption through a whole foods eating plan such as The Mediterranean Diet.

Think about those numbers for just a moment. Only around six per cent of obese people have a genetic reason for being that large, out of the 72% who are estimated to be overweight or obese. And out of those relatively few who are morbidly obese, the research shows that a full half of them could eliminate their obesity through a combination of whole foods and healthy diet plans like The Mediterranean Diet along with incorporating a regular exercise routine.

And it isn't that difficult to start working out. All doctors agree that the hardest part about being in shape isn't the workouts; it's the diet. It comes back to the 70/30 rule, where 70% of the factors rely on the diet plan of the individual, and only 30% relate to the actual workout routines. It's all about the quality of the food you put into your body and the results you achieve as a result of those elements.

There's no doubt that regular exercise is important, but nutrition still beats the pants off of a workout routine. Which is why The Mediterranean Diet is so superior in terms of whole foods and raw nutrition, because there isn't a diet plan on the planet which comes close to having as much total, raw nutrition as you get from eating roughly 80% fruits and vegetables and zero processed and synthetic power bars and protein shakes. If it's all about getting out what you put in, this is the ultimate healthy lifestyle choice for overweight and obese people.




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