Lose weight with mind over platter: Mental appetite suppressants to curb hunger


The world is reeling under a burden of obesity. More people are fat than ever before and getting collectively more obese. Mid-life is a prime time for weight gain and unfortunately, it's also the worst time to start a weight loss program. A more sedentary life coupled with increased comfort eating keep two-thirds of adults overweight and one third obese. But you can lose weight if you want to. I lost 100 pounds, 10 BMI points and 9 sizes at age 48. I was in menopause and had just quit taking antidepressants (which are known to cause weight gain). Weight loss for me was a matter of mind over platter. The hardest part of diet is coping with constant hunger pangs. Here are mental appetite suppressants to psych yourself full, curb hunger and control eating.   Lose weight with mind over platter: Mental appetite suppressants to curb hunger | Examiner.com

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