One of the best ways to improve on something is to measure your progress by continuously maintaining a record of your activities. And the same rule of thumb applies to healthy weight management. Having a track record allows you to see your progress, the goals you have achieved, and how different activities have affected your body.
For effective weight management, you need to measure three important things: your eating habits, the amount of exercise you do, and of course, your weight. How can you do this? Through a technique called self-monitoring.continue
In today’s modern lifestyle, the definition of having a nice, relaxing time has significantly changed from what it used to be. One thing is for sure – it is far from being an active one. Surfing the internet, watching Netflix and chilling out – we practically spend hours sitting in one place, more or less motionless. This inactive lifestyle has brought with itself many undesirable consequences, such as increased tiredness, weight gain, and several health issues.continue
The quick answer: Yes, it is possible!
But – yes, there is always a ‘but’ to all too-good-to-be true things – you will have to follow some ground rules to ensure you are doing it right. The key here is to use the right approach i.e. consuming a limited calorie diet and tying it up with some physical exercise.
Keeping the Balancecontinue
If you think sticking to the deprivation diet and rigorously working out at the gym is the best way to lose weight permanently, you are a bit off track. This regimen may work like a charm for many people, but the results are likely to be short-lived, not to mention the difficulty you would face in keeping up with it for a long time.continue
Weight loss has been a hot topic for quite some time now. Dietitians, nutritionists, health enthusiasts, fitness experts, and other wellness professionals, come up with tips and techniques of their own to help people lose weight effectively. However, the internet is overflowing with articles, diet plans, and exercise routines claiming to provide “magical” results in just a short period, without any scientific evidence to back their efficacy. Over the years, scientists have discovered many ways that contribute to weight loss and keep the body fit and healthy.continue
Losing weight isn’t easy – especially on your own, without any professional advice. It’s rather frustrating to try different kinds of diets and exercises for months only to find out that they weren’t right for your body. In addition, people try to fit in sessions with dietitians and gym instructors in their hectic schedule that only adds to the stress and cravings, sometimes leading to binge eating.
What can you do about your situation?continue