The reason I choose to research weight loss as my topic is because I haven't been able to figure it out myself. Weight loss wasn't my first choice for topics, heck it wasn't even my second choice. But after stumbling upon the realization (with a little help from my English professor) that my first two choices were just too broad, and could never be answered in a short research paper, I took a deep breath and chose to suck it up.
Sitting in front of my computer I knew what I had to do, I typed swiftly before I could have a chance to change my mind. "I have decided to change my isearch topic to Weight Loss." Obviously as I have explained before my weight and I have a past together. I have struggled with how to lose the extra weight I have gained from child birth.
I am mostly writing this isearch on weight loss because even though I have tried many times to lose the weight, I have never taken the time to research all the different ways it can be done. If I don't know all my options how could I be sure that I am doing everything I can?
Following are some questions that I hope to answer:
- What steps should I take to lose weight?
- What are the different options for weight loss?
- What are the pros and cons of the major options?
- What surgical options are out there for weight loss and how safe are they?
- Can changes in my diet do the job?
- What about clean eating, vegetarian or cutting out all sugary foods?
- What type of exercise is best and how much should I do?
- Are at home programs like p90x and turbofire more effective than
- Is it better to work out at home or at a gym?
- Are there any prescription medicines for weight loss?
- What about over the counter weight loss pills or supplements?
- There are so many diet's, how do I know which one is right for me?