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Losing Weight in France - Revisited I'm guest posting at Mademoiselle Slimalicious , retelling the story of how I got motivated to lose weight after moving to France. According to recent research , the obesity rate in France is half that of the United States. But, if you've ever been to France or have eaten French food, you know we love our baguettes, rich cheeses, and chocolate pastries. The secret to healthy eating, losing weight, and keeping it off isn't in the French food itself. It's in the way the French view food, and also in all the other elements of the French lifestyle that naturally lead to a healthy life.

Malabsorptive surgery (like gastric bypass, mini gastric bypass) works by altering the food absorption process in your digestive tract. This involves removal of some parts of your intestine. This results absorption of fewer nourishments into the body.

Yes, I imagine it is tiresome to be asked all of the time what you eat and how you do it. I think people are after easy answers, some secret to eating what you want and staying slim. Good luck! I am fond of eating what I like. I try not to eat things I don't like — if something doesn't taste good when I am out, don't eat any more of it. I have to force myself to exercise when it is not swimming season and I whine about it but if the jeans get too tight I take up walking up hills every morning.

Even in relatively poor nations, plumpness is increasing. In China, the rates for heart disease are 20 times what they were 20 years ago. Rising urban incomes have allowed people to eat more meat—and vegetable oil is now so cheap that even poor families can afford to stir-fry their dinner in it. Also, the one-child policy, though now more relaxed, has prompted many urban parents to spoil their treasured offspring with a cascade of cakes and sweets—and led to a sharp rise in child obesity.

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