Thursday, May 3, 2012

How to make your diet in a funny way part 1


Weight loss is hardly a laughing matter here in the Obese Nation where two-thirds of adults are overweight or worse but the newest  aha breakthrough in the battle of the bulge just might prompt a snicker  and maybe make you healthier
One can lose weight by laughing
No joke
Instead of yo-yo dieting try ho-ho dieting
Before guffawing at the notion that mirth reduces girth be aware that purposeful laughing is gaining a following thousands of laugh clubs worldwide now invite people to well laugh out loud together a hybrid branch of psychology called( laughter therapy)
Is finding its way into hospitals and nursing homes with mood-lifter activities  a  new exercise movement called Laughtercising  has created guidebooks and laugh-track CDs of nonstop hooting and howling to get the yuk-yuks started even scientists are examining the good laugh in clinical studies
When it comes to the weight -loss arena i ask myself is laughter a gimmick or a gift ? says Katie Namrevo of Bellevue wash some people dont take this seriously
But she does on the back cover of her book  Laugh it off weight loss for the fun of it  is a before  photo showing her as a frumpy 50-year-old and an after photo as a 54-year-old who says she  laughed off 35 pounds
Namrevo was a stress eater who had tried all the diets and pills she says they only added stress and she didnt lose an ounce
One day after watching a TV program on laughter therapy she headed to the fridge to medicate and decided to try laughing instead loud long and hard like a lunatic
Giving new meaning to the phrase belly laugh Namrevo says she found that laughing 30 seconds to five minutes as often as 10 times a day she no longer creved food she began losing weight and she had more energy and a desire to exercise Laughing is a happy and healthy thing to do she says
Which may mean its  only a matter of time before Robin Williams and Chris Rock join the ranks of fitness trainers
Laughing exercises will definitely become a part of all the fitness clubs and yoga centers predicts thomas varkey a business consultant who two years ago founded the laughter for life club in Boston members meet for 25 minutes twice a month for yoga-inspired roll-on-the-floor laugh-o-ramas
Varkey laughter club is one of  about 1,000 in the United states and 3,000 worldwide two in Washington area cater to assisted living and long term care facilities most clubs are founded by laughter leaders trained and certified by either two laughter-advocacy organization laughter club international based in Bombay India or the world laughter tour based in Gahanna Ohio
It gives a lot of exercise to our body and a kind of well-being says Varkey the well being helps us not to eat too much when we are depressed we tend to eat more laughing is antidepressant medicine

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