If I’m thin then I’m healthy, right? Wrong. There are several misconceptions people have about weight, losing it and what’s healthy. Here’s the low-down on some myths we’re better off busting.

1) Starving is not very healthy and it never helps, because you will lose a lot of weight when you first start, but it can cause a lot of health problems, and yes you will probably gain more weight when you start to eat normally again. But sometimes it can give you motivation to loose weight if you starve just a bit, but not too much. The best way to do it though is do what the writer above said which is to eat healthy and exercise.

Kick Start your weight loss by first keeping an accurate tab on it with a Digital Weighing Scale.

2) Avoid Taking Slimming Pills: These persons who take slimming pills think that they have total control over their actions and they will stick to the recommended dosage.  The common side effects are sudden bowel movement, oily stools, and repeated bowel movements. There are also complaints of losing control over bowel movement by many people.

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