November 2, 2007 Issue #4
Part 1-- Introduction
Part 2-- Brand New:
- Child Obesity
- Diet Myths (Part 2)
Part 3-- Pages to see:
- Longterm Weight Loss Options
Part 4-- Healthy Community Feedback
Part 5-- More great things to come
Part 6-- Conclusion
You just might be asking yourself what our primary theme of child obesity
has to do with a website/newsletter with a concentration on the
cabbage soup diet. WE already know that the cabbage soup diet
is not at all appropriate for children and adolescents. However,
I have been receiving a very significant number of e-mails from
concerned parents whose teenagers or younger kids have a
tendency towards being overweight. This is the reason I decided to create
a message just for them.
2. Brand New Additions to our Pages
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To be perfectly honest, I am uncomfortable giving weight loss advice to children and teenagers for the following two reasons…
The first reason I do not focus too much on children regarding
weight loss because children's bodies are still developing. Baby
fat is real and children often do grow out of it.
and adolescents have low self-esteem and their perception of
their bodies is distorted because of the media focus on "thin
is beautiful" while a little bit of extra weight isn't at all.
Perfectly healthy teenagers who are not considered overweight
email me all the time because they have a wish to be thinner. They
confuse thinness with beauty or sometimes get teased by
someone at school.
It is alright to want to lose weight if you really do have a weight problem
or want to tone up, so don't get me wrong. But a few extra
pounds does not make you less of a person. If you are a healthy
person who is starving yourself to get thin, then weight is most
likely not your real problem. The real problem is in your mind.
Learn, if your kid/teen is really overweight in our
child obesity section.
Find also some facts about:
effects of child obesity
Child Obesity Causes
Child Obesity Treatment
And don't forget, Child Obesity is a family affair!
Diet Myths -
As announced, here is part two of our diet myths section! We
worked hard searching out even more of the common diet myths
to let you know the truth about them.
3. Pages to See
Now, over two hundred "healthy pages" grace successful-diet-cabbage-soup.com. We are sure you will find one that is new to you. Today, we'd like to invite you to look over our section about
long-term weight loss choices
Here you can read everything you need to know to maintain your weight loss or even continue it after the end of your cabbage soup diet week.
Read here, why the
low fat diet
is my personal favourite longterm option.
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4. Healthy Community Feedback
Were you aware that you can make contributions of your own
to our website now? You can tell us of your own experiences,
share recipes and tips on nutrition. WE will share all your
contributions with the Healthy Diet Community that is in the
process of being created. Comments and feedback coming from
readers all over the globe has us excited. This makes us feel
even more like a community.
At the moment, the most popular area for contributions is still
the cabbage soup diet FAQ. We have had a considerable number
of wonderful questions, in recent weeks, about the cabbage soup
diet and we have tried to answer all of them in the best way possible. Read what we have say in the
Cabbage Soup Diet FAQ
Have some tips or recipes that you'd like to share with the community? To view all your contribution options
click here to learn more!
5. More Great Things to Come
Expect to see some great new additions to
successful-diet-cabbage-soup.com in the next few weeks.
One exciting addition coming up is a section with nutrition
tips for the Christmas Holiday Season. Get our advice on
fitness and nutrition.
This is the end of our fourth issue. I hope you have enjoyed it!
There are many updates in store for the site, so be watching
for the next edition of CabbageSoupXpress. I'll do my best to
keep you updated on all the new and exciting things that are
up and coming.
If you would like to get the new updates and tips without
waiting until next month, subscribe to my Cabbage Soup Diet
Blog. You will receive updates almost right after changes happen.
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So, until next month, keep up the optimism and focus. Working
hard will get you closer to achieving your weight and fitness
Wishing you all the best,