Once an individual decides to lose weight he/she often faces the dilemma of determining what type of diet plan to follow to assist with the weight loss. If one turns to the Internet to research different diets plans the list that comes up will be pages long and likely include plans such as the grapefruit diet, chicken soup diet, chocolate diet, cabbage soup diet, flat belly diet, cheater’s diet, and yes…even the baby food diet. With all of the diet plans out there, one cannot help but be skeptical and confused as to what is the right plan for him/her. Hopefully this blog will help clear up some of the confusion regarding diets.
From time to time TruPrevention will have guest bloggers. These are experts in their field that have been kind to share their professional knowledge with all of you. Our first guest blogger is Dr. Jessica Leach. She received her Bachelor’s in Athletic Training and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas. Currently she works as an Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist at OrthoArkansas in North Little Rock, AR. I met Jessica when she was a graduate assistant at UCA and am very excited to have her take time out of her hectic schedule to talk about the importance of warming up. With no further ado, I’ll let her take it away…
My family and I are on a mini vacation camping in Corpus Christi (thank goodness the pop-up came with ac!). We decided to take the kiddos to see the USS Lexington, a WWII aircraft carrier nicknamed the “Blue Ghost” because the Japanese Navy reported it had sunk the ship…on four separate occasions. Talk about resilient!