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Although many people diet for aesthetic reasons – they want to look better-many more say they diet for health motives. Almost everybody knows that being overweight certainly does no good. The statistics show unequivocally that overweight people have a higher risk of death and disease.
Researchers now tell us that overweight may have many causes, including genetic makeup. Surely some of us have inherited our tendency to overweight. Others eat their way there.
Now researchers have identified four hereditary factors-genes-that determine whether a person will be thin, chubby, seriously overweight, or pathologically obese. The scientific game plan is to find out which of your body’s chemicals are controlled by which genes. Then the chemists can design a molecule that blocks or enhances the obesity genes as needed.
Personally, I believe that such an approach is the only hope for seriously or pathologically overweight people. Every study of every method ends the same way. The dieters lose weight, often 50 pounds or more. At the end of 3 years, most patients regain almost all the weight they lost; some-a small minority-keep some of the poundage off and some gain back more fat than they originally jettisoned.
Many overweight people do no exercise, so they don’t burn up the calories they take in. Some of us eat to soothe our nerves.
But some universals ring true for most dieters.
Losing pounds and keeping them off means a change in the way you live and eat.
Keeping company with other dieters increases your chance of success.
Radically and rapidly changing the way you eat decreases your chance of success. In other words, crash diets don’t work in the long run.
Losing a lot of weight gradually means you’ll probably shut off the regaining mechanism. The most successful dieters in the Parade survey were those who lost a lot of weight over a long period of time. For example, people who lost 20 pounds kept a greater proportion of the weight off longer than those who lost only 10 pounds.
Vigorous, sweaty exercise helps you lose weight and keep the extra pounds off. In our survey, half the people did no exercise at all.
Eating less of your usual mix of foods may work best, but for many heavy eaters that is hard to do.

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