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Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Feb 13, 2024

Dance Party

Body movement does not need to be at a gym or even feel like a WORK-out. You can find enjoyable activities that can boost your metabolism and state of mind too.

Dancing can be an effective fat-loss tool for people who are overweight or have obesity … People who danced regularly lost about four more pounds — including three and a half pounds of fat — than those who didn’t dance. They also shaved an extra inch off their waists.

Participants who danced three times a week for at least 3 months reaped maximum benefits. And the more they let loose, the better — more creative dance forms led to more pronounced improvements in body composition.

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Weight Loss Expectations

This is more about consistency and ongoing habit. Remember anything you do is a positive over not doing any activity at all!

Dancing burns about 300 calories per hour, so it takes roughly 12 hours to lose one pound.

One Step at a Time

Consider your options:

  • Frame it as fun time Choose activities you enjoy or even used to enjoy - Make the actual reward the enjoyment of your recreational time well spent.
  • Consider group classes or go out with friends More the merrier works here too. Finding a social channel instead of solo may be all the mood making you need to get engaged and stay motivated.
  • Warm up, Take breaks Easy does it - Not trying to win any awards here, just be able to enjoy your new hobby each day, and slowly increase over time. Take breaks whenever you need one.

The meta-analysis revealed that compared to normal lifestyles dance had meaningful improvements in body mass(BM), BMI, waist circumference(WC), Fat(%), and fat mass(Fat(kg))…

Dance is effective on fat loss in people with overweight and obesity, and has a significant improvement on body composition and morphology. For its high efficiency and greater sense of enjoyment, dance can be a beneficial exercise intervention for fat loss.

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Sources: MedScape, PLOS One

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How Did I Gain Weight?

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Feb 8, 2024

6 Ways You Overeat (that you can easily overcome)

You know what’s good for you to eat and you know what’s bad. You may not be the strictest dieter, but you generally follow the rules. Why is it then that you still gain weight? Are you sabotaging yourself or is there something else going on that you aren't aware of? The answers to these questions are surprising facts you need to know to help you stop gaining extra pounds.

  1. Don’t Let Your Senses Fool You

    If you’ve ever told someone you can’t smell fast food without gaining weight, you know what this is all about — and there is some truth to that. The sight or smell of food can trigger your hunger and make you crave it and want more of it. Keeping bad foods out of sight, out of reach and far from your olfactory senses can prevent that desire to overeat.

  2. Pay Attention to What You Eat

    Watching what you eat takes on a whole new meaning when you learn that eating while distracted can cause you to overeat. If your mind is elsewhere, it may not register that you are filling your stomach. Be sure to drop the multitasking and turn off the TV while you eat so that your body knows when it is truly satisfied.

  3. Make It Exciting

    Variety in what you eat can lessen your chances of overstuffing yourself. It’s a fact that we make room for dessert, even after having a huge meal because we haven’t satisfied our sweet tooth yet. The solution? Include a bit of fruit in your meal (or try as a dessert alternative) to get that fix.

  4. Portion Control

    The larger your plate or take-out container, the more you could potentially eat. When eating out of a larger container, you could eat 25 to 50 percent more than someone else eating from a smaller one. The trick is to use smaller utensils, bowls, plates, etc. so it doesn’t appear that you are depriving yourself.

  5. Avoid Alcohol

    Not only can alcoholic beverages add unnecessary calories to your diet, it can stimulate your appetite. Too much of it can impair your judgement — and cause you to overeat. Limiting your intake or steering clear of it keeps those unwanted calories away.

  6. Keep warm

    Colder temperatures make you want to eat more and your metabolism drops (just think how cool restaurants are kept). Regulate your hunger by keeping the temps in your own home warm and not too cool.

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Over-eating, Not Lack of Exercise Causes Obesity

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Feb 6, 2024

Bike or Bite?

A study presented at an international obesity conference in Amsterdam organized by the European Association for the Study of Obesity explains that the obesity epidemic in the U.S. is due to over-eating, and that exercise could not minimize the effects of excess calories.

[To return to 1970s levels] …children would have to cut their intake by about 350 calories a day … and adults by about 500 calories… [equivalent to over 2 hours of exercise per day.]
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Research shows that a decrease in physical exercise is not the primary cause of obesity. It also appears, based on the research, that even though adults step up physical exercise, that it does not negate weight gain caused by over-eating. It was also discovered that changes in physical activity in children had no impact on their gaining weight.

For the US population to return to its leaner, 1970s self, children would have to cut their intake by about 350 calories a day -- equal to one can of fizzy drink and a small portion of French fries, and adults by about 500 calories -- the equivalent of a Big Mac burger.

Alternatively, children would have to walk for an extra two-and-a-half hours a day, and adults for nearly two hours, said Swinburn.

“Getting everybody to walk an extra two hours a day is not really a feasible option for countering the epidemic,” he said.

“We need to limit our expectations of what an increase in physical activity can achieve.”

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In sum, research still holds that physical exercise is necessary for overall health, but eating less is far more important.

In 2005, an estimated 1.6 billion American adults were considered overweight, with at least 400 million of them considered obese.

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Source: AFP; May 8, 2009

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Losing Weight Turns Back the Clock

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Feb 5, 2024

Get Back, Anna

Her experience of losing weight felt like turning back the clock on her life.

I’m very happy that I got here because now I came back to my weight [when I was] in my early 20’s. Yeah, early 20’s. So that would be 12 years ago! Hey!
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Patient Review: Healthy Weight

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Jan 31, 2024

Lost 30 pounds in 3 months

After 4 months of Dr. Oksana Aron, M.D. WeightLossNYC program I have lost 30 pounds from 220 to 190. There was a lot of struggle at first experimenting with a regular healthy diet plan but with the help and guidance of Dr. Aron I’m now on the right track of a regular daily regimen of fresh vegetables, fruit and whole grains with plenty of fiber. My goal is to lose another 20 pound and get back to a healthy weight of 170, and a 33 inch waist.

Patient Review by Richard B., 6/28/2021 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Whole Grains, Fresh Fruit, Fiber

Adopting new dietary guidelines from Dr Aron can help you make the transition to a healthier lifetime routine you can enjoy and sustain.

…with the help and guidance of Dr. Aron I’m now on the right track of a regular daily regimen of fresh vegetables, fruit and whole grains with plenty of fiber. My goal is to lose another 20 pound and get back to a healthy weight of 170, and a 33 inch waist.

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Patient Review: She Lost 40 pounds in 6 Months

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC

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My journey with Dr Aron started after I was told by my Dr that my Cholesterol # is not looking good..due to my bad eating habits...I got her info from my girlfriend, who have been seeing her for a couple months..and have gotten very good results...and so my weight loss journey begins..I start at 200 lbs and 6 months later, I’m down to 160lbs..

She started at 200 lbs, Lost 40 lbs in 6 months

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I couldn’t have done it without Dr Aron guidance 🙏..she is very understanding, even on my low days, when I cheated. She still encourages me not to give up..I’m in a better place now with my health,,I goes to the gym 4 days per week...and with her weight loss plan I know the food to avoid or to eat in small portions..Thank to Dr Aron and her excellent staff..I’m now on the right track..

Patient Review by Rita M., January 2024 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Health vs Hype: Media Sensationalism vs Reality

Author: Oksana Aron, MD Source: Weight Loss NYC Jan 27, 2024

Health vs Hype

Media sensationalism presents a very distorted view on causes of death for Americans than what actual causes occur. Our World in Data presented these figures quite significantly in the following chart. Heart Disease and Cancer are the actual causes of 60% of Americans, yet media have been shown to present instead violent causes to be 70%.

Chart of American causes of death
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The best news from this however, is the results are far more in your own hands — You have much more control over your own health and wellness than media scare tactics distracting you from medical realities.

The first column represents each cause’s share of US deaths … the discrepancy between what we actually die from and what we get informed of in the media is what stands out:

Around one-third of the considered causes of deaths resulted from heart disease, yet this cause of death receives only 2-3 percent of Google searches and media coverage; just under one-third of the deaths came from cancer; we actually Google cancer a lot (37 percent of searches) … but it receives only 13-14 percent of media coverage; … the largest discrepancies concern violent forms of death … receive much more relative attention in Google searches and media coverage than their relative share of deaths. When it comes to the media coverage on causes of death, violent deaths account for more than two-thirds of coverage … but account for less than 3 percent of the total deaths in the US.

Your Medical Health Matters

The facts are facts, your personal health is a far more significant factor in yielding longer life than what popular media attempts to portray. Overweight and obesity-related conditions play a far more significant share of your health risk than other causes combined.

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Sources: Our World in Data, Wikimedia, Wikipedia

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