Ron Paul has spent decades in the House trying to get people to think about politics in a different way. Rather than think about “what’s in it for me (or my party)”, his ideas often centered around the very foundations of the USA and how it was built. This candidacy was fraught by marginalization and opponents assigning ideas to him that he didn’t possess in the first place, and ultimately he did not win the candidacy in 2012. Still, he inspired millions of young Americans that people in politics aren’t all cut from the same cloth, and some of them could actually care about what they care about.
Ron Paul is just one piece of the puzzle of politics, but in recent years there’s been a new resurgence of weight loss and attempts to tackle the obesity epidemic at the federal level. With Michelle Obama’s push to curb childhood obesity, which has been a resounding failure thus far, politicians continue to prove they are unable to make large scale structural changes and have them be successful in modifying personal behavior. As it turns out, you cannot guilt people into losing weight, you have to actually change the way their lives function at a root level to do so.
Whenever obesity treatments are discussed, they’re rarely based upon proper information and real studies. People often advocate fad diets, or crash diets, in the hopes they see results quickly. There is quite a bit of clinical evidence that the faster people see the results the better it is for their long term success. However, doing so with extremely abnormal diets, or poor food intake is not going to be the solution. People need a sustainable diet, and they also need something that will keep their metabolism up so that they can lose weight quickly.
There are three major treatments that offer these solutions, each with their own advantages. All three of been clinical proven to work in numerous studies, and all three increase your metabolism naturally.
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