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When I hear the statement "i just need to lose these last 10 pounds" I smile to myself and think, if there was a will, there is a way. Losing weight is not easy, I know. I fluctuate up and down. It is through a strick lifestyle change that I lose my wiggly bits and get myself into shape. I toy with the idea of doing marathons and iron man competitions but really, it's just a struggle to make sure I eat right and get some exercise let alone the hours of training required to do that!!  I keep a super active lifestyle but it's not always easy to make the best choices. Tonight, for example, was I going to skip the sweet potato fries? Certainly not, I'm good but I'm also human! When I do make decisions like this, I make sure to keep a deal with myself to work it off. Tomorrow morning will be an hour or so on the stationary bike before breakfast (which is a fabulous way to start the day, it leaves you stoked with energy all day long).

I know what you are all waiting for is not my diet or work out tips it's the dish on what I'd recommend instead of all that.  The reality is, I suggest doing all three, lifestyle diet change, working out and some help from your local plastic surgeon or medical spa.

Body contouring technology, almost all of it, works to some extent but it won't work if you use it as a licence to misbehave. That's right, you have to use it in conjunction with a lifestyle change. Did you notice I didn't say DIET? I don't believe in diets. Short term changes, which is what a diet is, will give you short term results. You need to make a change that is long term to get lasting results. When combining technology with a healthy change in your eating habits and keeping your lifestyle active, you'll not only achieve results faster, but they will last. Statistics show that many liposustion patients have further liposuction within 5 years. It's not because they just wanted more, it's because they didn't make a positive change to their habits and they gained back what they had removed.

If you are confused about what to do to make a change, ask your cosmetic physician. Often they have an in-house nutritionist or can refer you to one. For me, this is invaluable. Not only you lose the weight but you will be taught what to eat, when to eat and how to eat. It sounds like learning how to walk again but once you learn a little about how your body works, the more you'll be able to control your curves.

With a little will power, a change in your lifestyle and good body contouring technology you can improve your overall health and look great at any age. Have a heathy day.  

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