The number of people classified fat by the medical establishment has increased dramatically in the United States of America.
Many people refer to it as an obesity pandemic.
To combat this issue, pharmaceutical companies are marketing so-called “fast solution” pills, lotions, and powders that do little to actually help individuals lose weight and keep it off.
For a fact, the diet industry may be argued to be in the same boat. There are so many different diets out there now that you could pick one for a month and still have plenty to chose from in a year.
What’s really needed are some scientifically proven weight-loss methods that anyone can use, regardless of their current physical state.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
#1 Drink plenty of water.
Because most Americans are dehydrated, their bodies are in a state of water deprivation and are unable to expel poisons, minerals, and waste.
#2 Eat more frequently.
I’m sure you were expecting me to say eat less.
While it is true that you must consume fewer calories than you burn in order to lose weight… To get the metabolic rate fired up and burning properly, you need eat more frequently.
Remove it from starvation mode. So begin your day with breakfast.
Even a tiny breakfast drink and a piece of low-calorie fruit before we leave the house.
#3 Increase your movement. You should move more depending on your physical condition and body type.
Combine the 2 week diet strategy with 15 minutes of HIIT ( High Intensity Interval Training ), which improves metabolism and burns fat instantly.
Go for a walk around the block, go dancing, or play with your kids if you park further away from the workplace or store.
. Make it enjoyable. Running isn’t the only strategy to increase your calorie expenditure.
#4 Figure out why you’re doing it. Determine why you want to lose weight.
Have a strong enough motive to keep you motivated in the face of adversity.
My own motivation was to live long enough to watch my great-grandchildren graduate from college.
My two youngest children are now four and six years old. I also wanted to get out and play with kids without constantly being out of breath.
Bonus Exercise Suggestion
Always begin with a warm-up routine.
Regardless of the style of workout you enjoy, it is critical to warm up your muscles before beginning each exercise to avoid cramping and exhaustion.
Stretching aids in the prevention of interior muscle tissue injury and increases blood flow. It causes your heart to beat faster, allowing more oxygen to enter your bloodstream. It only takes five minutes to get your exercise routine off to a good start.