2 Of The Main Benefits to Helping Your Teen Lose Weight
1) A decrease in the likelihood of health risks
Studies show that being overweight plays a major role in health risks such as heart disease, respiratory problems, hormonal imbalances…and several more. Are you willing to risk your teen’s future health?
2) Increased self esteem, leading to an improvement in overall lifestyle
Self esteem plays an important role in today’s society, and being overweight can have a serious effect on your teen’s mental well being. Your teen is far likelier to excel in adulthood if they are at or below their recommended body mass index. Is your teen’s success in the future at risk due to being overweight now?
Here is what you will learn inside this guide….
What are the psychological issues for overweight teens? In this chapter, you’ll learn all about the mental issues that need to be considered. To your teen, the weight may not even be a thought…which makes this an even more difficult situation to approach. Do you know how best to handle it?
How do you go about parenting an overweight teen without creating more problems? Sometimes, saying, or doing the wrong thing could make matters worse. It takes just the right amount of parenting to handle this delicate situation.
How can teens lose weight safely and quickly? We’ll reveal the safest, and fastest ways for a teen to lose weight quickly. One thing you never want to do, is to jump on one of the “fad” diets. The actual best way may be surprising…
How worried should you, as a parent, be about your teens weight? It’s normal, and appropriate for a parent to worry about their teen being overweight. But just how worried should you be? We’ll break it down, and reveal the best course of action.
And a lot more!
Chapter 1 Psychological Issues for
Teens Relating to Being
Chapter 2 Parenting Your
Overweight Teen and
Improving Their Self
Chapter 3 Advice for Helping Teens
Chapter 4 Some Simple Rules to
Follow to Help Teens Lose
Chapter 5 How Teens Can Lose
Weight Quickly and Safely
Chapter 6 Weight Loss for Teens – A
Parent Should Not Worry