While it might, at first glance seem a good idea to have as much information about losing weight as you can possibly have, the reality is that you can end up with information overload and go nowhere fast. Sometimes its better to have a more concise collection of articles and other information related to weight loss and then work with what works best for you, personally.
This is borne out when you look at all the information that is available on the Internet. Often, a lot of it is repeated many times over, with the same information having been rewritten and rehashed but basically saying the same thing.
How many time do you want to read the same thing just in different words? It's a waste of effort on your part and that time could be better spend in doing it rather than merely reading about it.
The same problem occurs in magazines and newspapers that run health and weight related stories, where the same basic information is used to feed many similar articles that are all based on the same few facts.
You can whittle down your collection of info into several basic categories and then be strong when it comes to wanting to read more about something that you already have. The very basic categories are, of course, diet and exercise.
Outside of those two aspects of losing weight, you can expand to types of diet and the various forms of exercise. Add to them the peripheral topics such as relaxation, stress and sleep, along with nutrient and vitamin supplementation and any alternative therapies such as hypnosis and acupuncture (for instance) and you have pretty much all of it neatly pigeon-holed into areas where you need or may need certain knowledge to help you further your own program.
What Do You Need to Know?
You really need to know all the basics about losing weight, staying fit and healthy and eating a healthy, balanced and nutritious diet. After that, any additional information really only needs to be in specific areas that you are targeting for your own benefit.
You can choose to do it all yourself, which can work well if you have a strong self motivated personality. But if you're not so easily self motivated, you can get some outside help from a diet and fitness program such as Fitium or Weight Watchers. Alternatively, you could enlist the help of a personal trainer or nutritionist if you can afford that option, as the personal touch can be more motivating than just about anything else.
So what it boils down to, is how much weight loss information do you really need? While you must have the basic weight loss tips amd techniques to help you, don't allow your self to become inundated with so much repetition and rehashing. Keep thing as simple as possible and you will be better able to see the woods for the trees, as the saying so aptly sums this article up.