Almost every man and woman out there has issues with their weight. This is a given. In some unfortunate circumstances, it is a medical or mental problem that directly and adversely impacts weight on a person, often negatively. Most of the time though, losing weight is just something that people need to do on a casual basis.
If you have been playing the lose weight game for some time, you probably have tried all these fad diets that usually do not work. Did you blame yourself? So did I until I realized that most diets and all fad diets DO NOT WORK. Why? Because your body needs to eat foods and cutting one particular thing out is just messing with your fat burning abilities (metabolism). The following tips are the truth about losing weight, the kind of information that scammy weight loss “experts” don’t want you to know so they can keep selling you their garbage.
Losing weight is simply a math game. Yup, that’s it. The only scientifically proven way to lose weight is to burn more calories than you gain. Your body burns fat when you need energy, whether to stay awake or to do heavy lifting or speak in front of a crowd of people for 20 minutes straight. Counting your calories on a fixed routine is extremely boring and will make you lose commitment to losing weight, so don’t do it. Instead of counting calories, just take a rough guess of how much you had to eat and read the food labels. Most humans actually only need 1250-1750 calories a day to operate.
If you want to go hardcore on the weight loss, you can see a doctor or nutritionist. You can greatly accelerate weight loss by exercising 5-20 minutes a day a few times a week. That’s it. Losing weight is amplified by simple energy burning activities, like taking a quick stroll to your favorite store. This will keep your mind and body balanced, thus making it easier to lose weight.
If you have problems with eating, keep a food journal. Just add up the calories you took in for the day for about 3-7 days. This will give you an idea of how much food you’re eating and can help you make decide what to keep eating and what you can cut out.
Everyone has had to worry about their weight at multiple points in their lives. The best way, and luckily the fastest way, to lose weight is to find a sustainable long term routine or way of life that will keep the pounds at a stable level below your own definition of “fat”. It’s the journey or marathon that keeps your weight at a healthy level, not these crazy sprint fad diets that make you crash and burn. Check the banner for my favorite, lazy, 14 day weight loss plan, which really isn’t a plan at all. It’s an easy methodology to losing weight and I was stupefied to read how easy it was to follow.