- Your taste changes
Are you sensitive to what’s in front of you, and are you suddenly tasting spices more? Once your pounds fall, your taste buds may change, says John Morton, chief of barbaric surgery at Stanford University opposite. For him, this is also the explanation why overweight people seek their satisfaction in the food, instead of paying attention to the taste. Morton also found that people who reduce their weight have less appetite for salty food.
- Weight loss is no equivalent to luck
Sure, the joy is great when you reach your desired weight. You should still not assume that with your weight loss goals, all your problems in the air dissolve. As a study by University College in London has found, people who reduce their weight suffer from depression almost twice as often as those who maintain their weight. The experts observed around 2,000 overweight individuals over a four-year period. Continue reading “Ten Things Nobody Tells You about Losing Weight”