Intuitive eating - Schott 1 Ryan Schott English 102 Pg 381...

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Schott 1 Ryan Schott English 102 Pg. 381, Prompt #1 February 12, 2010 Intuitive Eating Many people believe that getting into shape requires the loss of all the fat on there body and actually seeing results on the scale. This could not be any farther from the truth, as being of good health does not necessarily mean just eating right and thinking the only way to essentially “lose weight” is by seeing a positive outcome in pounds. Just because you are not seeing results on the scale doesn’t mean your not making any improvements. There are many other factors that come into play and can have a big role in the way your body looks. Obesity isn’t just overcome by doing one thing right, it comes from putting in effort all the time and viewing getting into shape as another job and that takes making sure your doing everything you can correctly to help aid the process. Many people believe that it is not possible to lose the weight they have put on and just give up in trying to fix the problem. Everyone can be of good health if they are determined and put in the time and effort needed. As stated in “Everyday Arguments”, by Katherine Mayberry, it declares that a pound is not always a pound. It is commonly assumed that by eating “healthy” most of the time and limiting your calorie intake you will lose weight. What most people don’t know is that by eating
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course BUS 110 taught by Professor Janebennett during the Spring '11 term at Orange Coast College.

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Intuitive eating - Schott 1 Ryan Schott English 102 Pg 381...

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