Daytona Beach, Florida (PressExposure) May 17, 2009 -- âItâs a fact, our eating habits and lifestyles change after the marriage,â says fitness expert Suzanne Andrews. âWe cook to please our mates and we cook to manage our families. The foods that we cook and eat are not always the best for healthy choices resulting in an average of a 10 pound weight gain after the first year of marriage.â
A report by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that during the past 20 years there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States. The lack of physical activity and emotional eating are among the common causes of obesity*. *Poor dieting causes weight gain. Eating excessive pasta, bread and sugar contribute to inflammation in the body. Inflammation is a key contributor to disorders, aging, diabetes, cancer and other diseases. http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/trend/maps
"Obesity takes place in children, single adults and couples. Weight gain and aging donât have to be joined in holy matrimony,â explains Suzanne. âYou didnât vow to love your handles, âtill death do us partâ. Perhaps itâs time for you to keep the spouse but divorce the six inch love handles that snug around your waist line. Stop the âbutsâ and get rid of the excess baggage youâve been lugging around.â
Suzanne is an Occupational Therapy Practitioner and fitness expert. She has taught therapeutic exercises for more than 25 years. Her training classes and 10 DVD workout programs include Functional Fitness FAT BURNING for weight loss, Functional Fitness for Arthritis, Yoga Chi For Energy and FUNctional fitness for a Pain Free Back and Neck.
The host of FUNctional Fitness TV Show that is shown on Public Television, Suzanne is recognized by celebrities and her peers as a trusted source on health, wellness and fitness. She offers her audience a safe, effective And FUN workout program to lose weight and to increase their endurance.
Weight gain, Wrinkles and Weddings mark an emotional turning point in our lives. Sometimes we become our own worst enemies when it comes to changing our lifestyles, eating healthy and losing weight. We start down an earnest path to achieve our fitness goals, and succumb to our big - bad - But. As time goes by our oblique and our BUTT gets bigger and bigger; I want to exercise âButââ¦ I want to lose weight âButâ. I want to lose these love handles âButâ. Donât blame the other person. No more excuses!
Tune into the InfoPreneur Network http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ipn or go to [http://www.healthwiseexercise.com/about.php] and listen in as Antonio Crawford interviews Suzanne Andrews about 15 life changing rebuttals to help you overcome your âbutâ and get down to the naked truth of losing weight and keeping it off for good!