Over the years, thousands of overweight people have come to Superfit (from a few extra pounds to very severe obesity). Many of them managed to completely solve these problems, dramatically changing their lifestyle. We can boast a high percentage of success, provided participants have understood and accepted the correct principles of weight loss, admitting that there are no shortcuts, that there is no “miracle pill” or “fantastic diet” with which you miraculously lose weight even while eating anything and everything.

We are proud of the fact that our patients do not feel that they are “on a diet”, do not feel hungry, have a varied and tasty diet, do not have difficulties in applying the recommendations, lose weight steadily and in a physiological rhythm, and finally end up mastering the basic rules of a balanced lifestyle, which ensures that they maintain an optimal weight in the long run.

We don’t want to make exaggerated promises to you. We just want you to understand that just as others have succeeded, you also have a real chance to solve your weight problems.

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Here are some ideas on weight and weight loss:

  • Excess weight and obesity result from the complex interaction between the genetic background and the environment.
  • Excess weight means a body mass index greater than 25.
  • Excess weight, especially obesity increases the risk of high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke, obstructive sleep apnea, arthritis.
  • The three important components of overweight treatment are the therapeutic diet, increasing the level of physical activity and changing behavior or changing lifestyle.
  • Weight loss is mainly dependent on reducing the total caloric intake, and only in the background on the proportions between carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
  • Over 80% of people who lose weight at some point, will gain weight again, gradually. Those who continue with maintenance programs are more likely to keep their weight constant.
  • To lose 0.5 -1 kg per week (on average), a caloric deficit of 500-800 kcal per day is required.
  • Weight loss will be followed by a reduction in caloric intake. Physical activity is particularly important for preventing weight gain (after losing weight).
  • Low levels of physical activity are directly related to weight gain.
  • Keeping a diet diary has proven to be one of the most effective behavioral techniques to losing weight and then keeping it constant.
  • Confidence, patience and perseverance are the most important elements when you want to lose weight.

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