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The importance of weight loss

Weight loss gives you more reasons to feel good. It also reduces risk of suffering from chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. Below are some of the advantages and may be, disadvantages of losing weight.

1. It boosts your energy levels
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When people lose weight, they notice the high levels of energy they exact. Weight loss improves oxygen sufficiency, you will not run out of breath, most especially, while climbing the stairs.

2. Your memory becomes better
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A Swedish research in 2013 showed that older women did better on memory tests after six months of meticulously following a weight-loss plan. Brain scans showed more activity during the encoding process (when memories are formed) and less activity during memory retrieval, suggesting greater recall efficiency. "The altered brain activity after weight loss suggests that the brain becomes more active while storing new memories and therefore needs lesser brain energy to recollect stored information," said the research leader Andreas Pettersson, MD, in a press release.

3. Weight loss helps to maintain relationship
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 After losing weight you begin to feel sexy and confident in your relationship, but you still need to work in your relationship to be happy.

4. Weight Loss reduces the risk of cancer

Are you aware that smoking, sun exposure, and radiation are the leading causes of cancer, also obesity is said to be another cause of cancers. According to the research conducted by Dr. Tsai. "Being overweight causes inflammation that triggers cell changes within the body. Dangerous levels of inflammation can be lowered, however, by losing just 5% of your body weight." A 2014 study which was published in Obesity Research discovered that morbidly obese men who underwent weight reduction surgery reduced their cancer risk over the following years to roughly that of normal-weight people.

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