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10 top tips for losing weight

12:10 20 January 2010

A quarter of the adult population in England is obese and rates are increasing – by the middle of this century it's believed that 60% of men and 50% of women could be obese...

A quarter of the adult population in England is obese and rates are increasing by the middle of this century its believed that 60% of men and 50% of women could be obese. As a consequence, a resolution to lose weight is one of the most common promises we make to ourselves when Big Ben chimes midnight on New Years Eve.



However, research shows that nearly all these oaths are broken by January 31, and if it had something to do with health and fitness then resolution meltdown could be even earlier.



Now though, a new book that showcases real life expert advice proves you dont have to wait for will power to successfully lose weight.



The anti-diet book from Weight Watchers, entitled A Years Worth of Good Habits that Could Last a Lifetime dispels the myths that losing weight is about deprivation, instead it reveals that keeping weight off is down to simple, small changes GOOD HABITS!



Made up of 52 real-life tips one for every week of the year it offers practical ways of losing weight without feeling like youve got an unrealistic goal.



This video features ten tips from real people people who have lost weight with advice on how to emulate them.








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