I have been overweight for the most of my life and always looking for ways to shed those unwanted pounds. I cam a cross a “weight loss plan”so simple that you can hardly call it a weight loss plan. This simple weight loss plan can be done by taking two simple actions (simple, but you need to be committed to):
1) drink one gallon of water each day
2) a walk one mile each day
That is it! No calorie counting, no portion measuring, no carbs counting portioning, no complicated exercise, just a walk one mile each day and drink one gallon of water each day
The proponent of this simple weight loss plan is Dick Gregory (born Richard Claxton Gregory). Dick Gregory is a comedian and nutritionist activist. Dick Gregory became a vegetarian in the 1960s, and lost a great amount of weight by going on extreme fasts, some lasting upwards of 50 days. Later, he developed a diet drink called “Bahamian Diet Nutritional Drink” and went on TV shows advocating for his diet and to help the morbidly obese. He is probably best remembered for his attempts, chronicled in the media on daytime talk shows in early 1988, at helping 1,200 pound (540 kg) Long Island man Walter Hudson drop nearly 600 pounds (270 kg) in only a few months on a liquid diet [Reference].
Back to his simple weight loss plan. Drinking water is the best way to avoid weight gain and also to initially to eliminate some pounds . It is probably the safest and easiest way to do it. In addition or as a consequence of, drinking water will flush out from your body those unwanted toxins and chemical compounds so detoxifying your body’s systems is a nice addition to this simple weight loss plan. Walking a mile a day is certainly a good way to add exercise to your life especially because waking is probably the most natural way to do exercise. Everybody can walk even if you are extremely obese. So, make absolutely sure you’re drinking enough water and walk a lot everyday to both detox and avoid weight gain.
The information in the article should not be considered medical advice. The information contained in this article not meant to treat, diagnose, prescribe or cure any ailment. Always check with your physician before taking any products or following any advice. Always consult your doctor before you start, stop or change anything that has been previously prescribed. Certain herbs and holistic remedies are unsuitable to take if you are pregnant or nursing and must always be cleared by your doctor before use.