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Tackling Obesity Head-On

Nurse Mary Jo Obesity

I am Nurse Mary Jo, your health and wellness guide, and today, we’re diving deep into a topic that many of us have heard about but might not truly understand – obesity. It’s a global concern with staggering statistics and real health implications. But fear not! There are solutions, and together, we’ll explore ways to lead a healthier life through exercise, intermittent fasting, and the “Feel Great” system by UNICITY.

The Menace of Obesity

To put it simply, obesity means having an excessive amount of body fat. While brushing it off as a mere cosmetic concern is easy, the implications are much more profound. Obesity has been linked to several chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and certain cancers.

What’s causing this surge in obesity? The culprits are manifold: sedentary lifestyles, increased consumption of processed foods, and genetic factors, to name a few. But the silver lining is that it’s preventable and treatable.

Exercise: A Pillar of Good Health

The benefits of exercise extend beyond weight loss. Regular physical activity improves mood, increases energy levels, and reduces the risk of chronic diseases. Here’s the catch: finding an exercise regime you love, be it yoga, jogging, dancing, or brisk walking, is essential. The key is consistency.

A good starting point is the World Health Organization’s recommendation: At least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity every week. But remember, always consult with a healthcare provider before starting a new exercise regimen.

Intermittent Fasting: An Ancient Practice with Modern Benefits

Intermittent fasting (IF) is not a diet but an eating pattern. The idea is to cycle between periods of eating and fasting. Not only does it help with weight loss, but research also shows that IF can improve insulin sensitivity, reduce inflammation, and promote longevity.

Popular methods include the 16/8 method (fasting for 16 hours and eating during an 8-hour window) or the 5:2 method (eating normally five days a week and consuming a restricted number of calories on two non-consecutive days).

However, intermittent fasting isn’t for everyone. Pregnant women, individuals with a history of eating disorders, or those with certain health conditions should consult their healthcare provider before attempting IF.

Feel Great with the Feel Great System by UNICITY

Now, let’s talk about a holistic approach to wellness – the Feel Great system by UNICITY. This system combines the best of science and nature to help you achieve optimal health. It’s designed to cleanse, balance, and build the body.

  1. Cleanse: The first step involves detoxifying the body and promoting better digestive health. This sets the foundation for the body to absorb nutrients efficiently.
  2. Balance: With the body cleansed, the next step is to bring it to a state of balance. This involves optimizing blood sugar levels, which is pivotal in weight management.
  3. Build: This step focuses on nourishing the body with essential nutrients and strengthening it from within.

As a proud distributor of UNICITY, I’ve seen firsthand the transformational change the Feel Great system can bring to individuals. Coupled with a balanced diet and regular exercise, it’s a potent formula for combating obesity.


The journey to a healthier life is just that – a journey. There are no shortcuts or magic bullets. It takes commitment, perseverance, and making informed choices. A healthier you is within reach through regular exercise, exploring the benefits of intermittent fasting, and embracing holistic solutions like the Feel Great system by UNICITY.

Always remember, you’re not alone on this journey. As Nurse Mary Jo, I’m here to guide, support, and provide the best tools and resources to achieve your health goals. Together, we can combat obesity and pave the way for a healthier future.

Nurse Mary Jo