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Men Need Humour and Busniess-like Approach for Weight-Loss

 

 

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Research carried out by the Universities of Aberdeen, Stirling and Bournemouth have recommended weight loss techniques that are tailored to men.

New techniques and programs could help address the growing obesity problem in the UK, currently there are more men categorised as overweight or obese than women.

Programs could include those run by sports clubs that help men to lose weight such as the "Football Fans in Training" programs that are run at Scottish football clubs and programs that take a humorous and business-like approach to weight loss to encourage men to take part as more traditional weight loss groups and approaches can be perceived as feminine. 

Ensuring that there are appropriate weight loss techniques and programs for men is essential, although more research does need to be carried out on the area. 

Email us at info@weightmatters.co.uk for more details.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-27815394 

 

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