Huge weight is a big problem and people should watch it but also avoid dangerous diets. Here are some weight loss advices for safe weight loss. Think skipping meals is the key to a slimmer body? Think again. Research published in 2012 in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association revealed that eating more frequently—specifically eating three meals and two snacks in a 24-hour period—is positively associated with weight loss and weight maintenance.
Want to boost your weight loss? Start by leaving the car at home. Research published in 2012 in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine shows a significant link between commuting by car and increased weight gain, even among those who are otherwise physically active. So, if a distance is short enough for you to walk and you’re physically able to do so, go by foot whenever possible.
“Too many people start their fat loss plan without setting an end date or a realistic goal,” says personal trainer Leon Kew. “You need targets to keep yourself motivated, especially for situations when it would be easy to make bad decisions – when you get offered cake on a colleague’s birthday, it’ll be easier to turn down if you know you’re only two weeks from your goal. Set a finish date that you are 100% confident you can hit. There will inevitably be times where you’re tempted to go back to old habits – and having a specific goal, with smaller milestones along the way, can keep you on track.”
“The number one priority in any fat loss challenge is compliance,” says David Godfrey, performance director at One Performance UK. “If you can’t sustain the programme in the long term you’ll never achieve your goal – or you’ll simply rebound as soon as you do. Calculate your calorie target for the week and allow 10% of that to come from your favourite foods. Most people feel like they’re cheating when they eat their favourite foods, so incorporating them into your nutrition plan helps keep you on track without guilt or painful sacrifice. The psychological impact of this is huge.”
Ironman Foundation ambassador athlete Marcus Cook is proof that patience and perseverance wins every single time. Cook dropped from 489 pounds to 233 pounds in a year and a half after his close friend and boss died from cancer. “Before he died, he said, ‘I’m dying because I have an incurable disease, and you’re dying because you have a choice,'” Cook told INSIDER. “When he said that to me, I changed everything about what I was doing and made an about-face turn.” To get started, Cook committed to doing something new every day, a tip he often gives to others. “I realized that my weight didn’t appear overnight, so it wasn’t something that I could change in one day,” he said.
Now that it’s summertime, you’ll want to take advantage of all that natural sunlight. One 2017 study published in Scientific Reports found that fat cells exposed to light stored less fat than those kept in the dark. However, just because a little light is good for you doesn’t mean you can’t overdo it: More than 15 minutes a day without sunblock can increase your risk for skin cancer, so be careful!
“Whether you’re trying to lose weight or manage your cholesterol, the 2019 Best Diets rankings provide each person a chance to evaluate what eating plan will work best for them and their particular needs,” said Angela Haupt, Assistant Managing Editor of Health at U.S. News. “By profiling and providing in-depth data on more than 40 diets, as well as sample meals, consumers can rely on U.S. News for the tools they need to feel empowered to make well-informed lifestyle and wellness changes.” As we say, there’s no one diet to suit every single person. What will work for someone might not suit your particular goals or lifestyle. Read more details on Lose Weight Fast.