Released in 2009, 10 Things You Need to Know About Losing Weight is part of BBC One’s special documentary series about health related issues. It is a full length documentary film having a running time of around 1 hour and it underlines the ten basic things you need to do in order to lose weight. The BBC documentary film is a funny and quirky flick which provides a load of well researched material, presented in a highly commendable way by Michael Mosley.
The BBC documentary film opens with an introduction to the petty problems of being overweight; millions of people in the world are unsatisfied by their appearance and desire to lose weight. In some people the problem is legitimate because being overweight makes you vulnerable to heart attacks and other medical complications. The presenter (though physically fit) finds out that his body contains hidden fat around his kidneys, stomach and other organs.
The rest of the BBC documentary film follows his experiments to see which methods would prove most effective for him to achieve his desired level of weight. By the end of the program, Michael Mosley has achieved his target and confirmed 10 basic steps that show guaranteed results. He finds that the most important thing is not to skip any meals; regular meals ensure there isn’t any disruption in the way your digestive system functions. Other things that are equally as important are to use a smaller plate, count calories, take high protein foods, have soups, have a wider selection of foods to eat, take dairy food with low fat, and exercise more and thus burn off all the extra fat.
Michael Mosley asserts that the above 10 things will assist you greatly in staving off the excess fat in your system, losing weight is one of the hardest things to do but it can be made easier if the above steps are followed.
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