Why lose weight?
Hefting an excess of weight around feels awkward, also the wellbeing dangers it opens you to. Obesity rates have been skyrocketing of late, and according to CDC, more than one-third of Americans are obese with a body mass index of 30 and above.
Statistics aside, let’s talk about you. You do not need to be obese to lose weight. By losing weight, you can save yourself from the risk of health conditions such as high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, back pain, osteoarthritis, and cancer.
Other than medical benefits, you experience a whole lot of lifestyle benefits when you lose weight. Successful weight losers report improvement in areas such as better sleep, more confidence, improved body image, vitality and mood.
Additionally, losing weight has you enjoying a more social life and have way less stress. Socially, some girls will do anything to achieve the coveted slim.
Substituting foods that have protein and fiber can make a difference in total calorie intake because they help you feel satisfied longer.
Resistance training and building stronger muscles, which in turn increase your metabolic rate. This way the body burns more calories even at rest.
Make eating choices that take you closer to achieving your weight-loss goals. Fall in love with fiber and take adequate amounts of protein.
Add physical activity to your daily lifestyle. Sign up for a fitness class. Walk to work. You can even use game controllers at home with fitness games. There’s everything for everyone.
Life’s gotten comfortable over time,
How to Lose Weight
With age comes a lot from deeper empathy, greater wisdom, deeper self-knowledge and less happily, the possibility of greater pants size becomes more real. One of the main reasons why it becomes easier for the pounds to creep on and tougher to shed them off is higher stress and consequently, cortisol levels.
Cortisol, the stress hormone, pumps blood into your blood to provide more energy for your fight or flight response when you are stressed. This extra sugar easily heads to your fat cells for storage, with the end result of extra pounds
Put literally, a stresses body hangs on to fat for life. To be on the safe side, get enough rest and relaxation through exercise, keeping a positive attitude, getting enough rest and sleep as well as building a support system such as a book or swimming club.
Control your Metabolism
As we get older, thyroid levels tend to get lower. With such levels come slow metabolism which in turn makes you exhausted and a slower rate of calorie burning.
The downside of a slower metabolic rate is gaining weight in areas where you shouldn’t lie your inner abdomen, the liver, weight gain which is associated with diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
To avoid the effects of slow metabolism and hence weight gain beforehand, consult your doctor and have your metabolic rate determined. Eat lots of fiber, fruits, lean proteins and vegetables while staying away from saturated fats and sugars. While at it, keep your body hydrated so that you can easier digest and use those calories
Lack of sleep is an infamous vicious cycle, known to increase your risk of obesity. You wake up after a few winks, reach out for the wrong food to get an energy boost, only to end up more tired and more unable to get sleep.
Inadequate sleep is known to increase ghrelin, the hunger hormone which only to translates to you eating more. To break the cycle and sleep earlier, preferably the hours before midnight.
Keep your room naturally dark and switch off gadgets that distract you from taking a nap. Additionally, feeding your sugar cravings with healthier snacks like nuts and varying your exercise to add in more resistance will help you keep the scale right
Top Tips for Losing Weight
There are many ways and myths about losing weights in the streets, but most will leave you hungry and disappointed. Here are evidence-based tips to get you that coveted waistline.
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