Yes! But that’s not necessarily an indicator that you’re getting fatter. We all get fatter from time to time. But if you’re getting fatter, it could be that there are certain foods and activities that are keeping your body going longer than it should be.
That’s a very good question. A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that there are a few food items and activities that are known to cause weight gain.
One of the foods is red meat. You can eat more red meat than you think, or you can try to wean yourself off of it by eating foods that aren’t red meat, like fish. If you’re eating a lot of red meat, but you’re not eating fish, and you’re getting fatter, then it’s possible that your body is trying to tell you that its time to put on some weight.
The CDC tested people for the foods and activities that they thought might cause weight gain. The researchers looked at more than 800,000 people and found that the foods and activities that people shouldnt eat or do, as well as the foods that people should eat or drink, were more likely to cause weight gain than the foods and activities that were considered safe.
The good news is that you shouldnt eat too much chocolate, or to drink alcohol, or to smoke. But the bad news is that you shouldnt eat too much fish, or to drink coffee, or to drink coffee. And if you are a smoker, you should quit.
While I have to admit that this is a pretty simple study, I feel it’s a good reminder that the choices we make about how to eat have an impact on our weight.
Well, yes, sure. But if you consider that a large percentage of us over-eat at times, you can see the connection. I don’t really want to imply that the choice to eat more or less than is “healthy” is unhealthy. I’m just saying that the idea that we should focus on “eating less” when we’re trying to lose weight is a big mistake.
I think the point of this study is that we should all stop focusing on how much we eat and focus on how much we eat wisely. And when we do, we will inevitably make mistakes. This is true for anyone who is trying to lose weight. You may or may not make the right choice here, but that doesn’t mean you should automatically be eating more, like eating more meat, more veggies, or eating more snacks.
For example, I know when I start eating more vegetables my weight shoots up. I know when I eat less meat I lose weight. Of course, this is all speculation and I know nothing about what actually works in a person’s body. You may have better luck with this than me.
I think a lot of the time, when you start eating more because you want to lose weight. You are just putting on a lot of extra weight.