It looks quite natural for anyone trying to lose weight to want to lose it very quickly. But research shows that people who lose weight steadily (1 to 2 pounds per week) are more successful at maintaining the weight off.
The first commandment is to use up more calories than you take in.
Follow the following instructions for fast results!
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Drink Mainly Water: no sports or energy drinks, fruit smoothie, or beer. Water has zero calories and carbs and little to no sodium. Dehydration can fool your body into feeling hungry.
Ban White Bread and Pasta, rice, sandwich rolls; these simple carbs cause bloating. Substitute with vegetables for the week..
Sleep 30 Minutes More a Night: an extra half an hour of sleep can refresh you enough to make better food choices (less sugar) and boost your metabolism.
Cut out unhealthy confectionary, sugary biscuits and crisps between meals.
Cut down on alcohol intake.
Cardio burns the most calories, also add a few hours a week of strength training.
Eat six small meals a day. Stoking your body with food every three to four hours can rev your metabolism to the max.
Chew on sugar-free mint gum after a meal to signal your brain to stop eating.
Poach (don’t fry) eggs, poultry, and fish.
Use skim milk in coffee instead of cream and sugar and save 100 calories.
Snack the smart way. A small bag of air-popped popcorn instead of corn chips saves you 60 calories
Eat Beans. high-fiber, protein-packed to help your body burn fat.
Remove temptation at home and you’re more likely to stick to your plan.
Healthy weight loss comprises an ongoing lifestyle with long-term changes in daily eating and exercise habits.
For those facing major upcoming events in a week, some changes can be done to reach their temporary goal.
No matter what your weight loss goal is, even a modest weight loss, of 5 to 10 percent of your total body weight, can yield better blood pressure, cholesterol, and sugars.