vendredi 4 août 2017
Certainly, a lot of people will agree that maintaining an ideal body weight is a rather difficult task. What’s more, often times, even people who regularly exercise and are physically active have surplus weight issues.
Nowadays, unfortunately, almost every second child is born obese. Statistics shows that in India, 40% of the population is overweight. According to experts, very soon, 50% of the world population will have excess weight problems.
Medical experts explain that obesity can have a detrimental effect on one’s overall health and cause numerous complications like high blood pressure, problems with digestion, diabetes, ulcers, heart and thyroid gland problems, psychological stress, etc. Newest research has shown that 1/3 of world population eats 50% more food than their stomach is able to digest. If these people would eat only as much food as they need, the food and water storage will be easily solved.
Why Do We Become Overweight and Obese?
Even though there are a lot of contributing factors, the ones mentioned below are the most common ones:
  • Leading an unhealthy lifestyle
  • Sleeping through the day instead at night
  • Long working hours
  • Insomnia
  • Poor diet rich in unhealthy foods
  • Lack of physical activity i.e. spending a lot of time in front of a computer or leading a sedentary lifestyle without daily physical activity
To lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time, follow this set of rules:
  • Avoid drinking water during and after meals. Wait for an hour after a meal
  • Never eat after 8PM; however, if you still feel hungry, opt for a cup of milk or some fruit
  • Eat smaller meals
  • Consume light foods
  • Avoid alcohol, soft drinks, strong tea, coffee, and canned juices
  • Make sure that 30% of your diet is liquid, comprised of soups, milk, etc.
  • Opt for healthy snacks like salads, smoothies, seasonal fruits, lime juice, etc.
  • Walk at least 4 times per day for 15 minutes, prior to meals
  • Last but not least, avoid junk food which is filled with all kinds of chemicals and preservatives
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