Eating five to eight small meals a day for example, is not healthy living...
(PRWEB) February 14, 2012
Everwood Presents: - America remains heralded as one of the most overweight countries in the world and despite a growing awareness, it seems losing weight remains for many people as confusing and as elusive as ever. Society is bombarded constantly by a marketing onslaught of diets, fads, exercise machines, home delivered meals, supplements, pills and other weight loss schemes and services. Unfortunately, the industry is infamous for its often suspicious and questionable methods, all promising quick and easy solutions to an already despairing population. To add to the confusion, the modern era is one where information surrounding nutrition and exercise is exhaustive and often at times contradictory, so it’s no wonder that people looking to lose weight can often feel skeptical, overwhelmed and discouraged.
While health and fitness professionals will generally agree that losing weight is best achieved through dieting and exercise, an innovative new method from Australia is well on its way to revolutionize this perception. According to weight loss specialist Azrael, mainstream advice surrounding weight loss is frequently impractical, incorrect or short-sighted. “While I believe the majority of health and fitness professionals across the world do have the best of intentions, many are unfortunately providing the public and their governments with misleading or wrong information.” Azrael continues by stating that popular industry maxims such as "weight loss is all about calories in versus calories out," "dieting and exercise," "write a weight loss goal," "eat a balanced diet," and "breakfast is the most important meal of the day," are all examples of what he calls junk information.
Azrael has personally battled against obesity twice in his life. “When I first lost weight, I succeeded by following the advice of experts at the time. I was eating a very low-fat diet in combination with plenty of exercise. But years later, my priorities in life changed and before I knew it, I was more overweight than ever.” Realizing that the initial advice he had followed was ultimately unhealthy and unrealistic for the long term, Azrael lost trust with the experts and was in turn inspired to find his own solution. Azrael succeeded and developed a weight loss method without dieting or exercise, without using willpower or supplements and without undergoing hypnotherapy or surgery and has effortlessly kept the weight off now for many years. He clearly articulates that there are no secrets to losing weight and that essentially, permanent weight loss is based on common sense and living a healthy lifestyle. The difficulty he claims is that common sense and healthy lifestyle are not terms agreed to universally. “Leading a healthy lifestyle is not a new idea, however people may be surprised and shocked to learn of what actually constitutes a healthy lifestyle. Eating five to eight small meals a day for example, is not healthy living in my opinion, yet this directly opposes mainstream health and fitness advice. The public needs to remember that ‘what works’ and ‘what is healthy’ are not always one and the same.”
After first helping friends and family to lose weight, Azrael has gone on to assist countless others with his new book: Odysi Zero | Lose Weight: Say No to Dieting and Exercise. He actively warns that some people make take offence from the book’s content, yet he expresses his opinions without apology. Azrael and his supporters remain steadfast and resolute in spreading his message. “I strongly feel some things must be said and so I have said them.”
Odysi Zero | Lose Weight: Say No to Dieting and Exercise is available for $25.00 in most bookstores or online at http://www.OdysiZero.com.
Original Edition. ISBN: 9780646546872 (pbk), 100 pages, 6 x 8, eBook also available.