How To Lose Weight The Smart Way

How To Lose Weight The Smart Way

Losing weight quickly is not a myth. My mother always told me that if it sounded too good to be true then it probably was!

Well, times are changing and that is why you will too. Learning how to change your lifestyle to drop the weight and fat.
Sorry, but if you are looking for a kick-butt workout or a guru who will yell at you, you will not find it here. This is about losing weight quickly with medical limitations. If you are between 6 to 106, this is for you and your family.

Are you with me? Abrupt! Now you lose some weight
You need:!.

Pen, notebook, good drinking water, balance (if you want), and someone to take a picture of you now !.


1

Take a picture of yourself, or get someone to take it. Then step right up on those scales and write your weight on the picture with the date.
This is MOTIVATION!

2
Change your meal structure. Instead of three meals a day, opt for 5 small healthy meals. I do not need to tell you what is healthy because you already know it. Just cut out ALL fried foods will help you in lowering cholesterol and body to burn fat it already has. Do not worry, you will survive.

3
Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day.

4
Move!

one. A few more steps each day.
Two. A few more stretches every day.

Three. . . Dance when no one is watching
5

Keep track of:
one. What, when, and how much you eat every day.

Two. Glass of water you drink every day.
Three. Activities (exercises) you have done every day.

Make it your own personal diary. Soon you will not need to write it down because everything is just your lifestyle.
6.

As you begin to reduce your meal sizes and snacks, you should be increasing your activities. Remember that just because you get more exercise does not mean you should eat more.
7.

Make sure you get the right amount of sleep for you. If there are problems falling or staying asleep, contact your doctor. Your body and mind need this rest to recharge so that your mind can tell the body to “burn fat”.

Tips and Warnings


Training that you are able to physically. The smoother the transition, the more likely you will stick to it. As you progress, you’ll find yourself reading labels on foods. Look for fat, sodium, and sugar.
DO NOT take diet pills! I’m not a doctor or a guru in the diet industry, but I’ve been around the block a few times. Diet pills are so dangerous to take, and they do not solve the problem. They can also add any existing conditions that you may or may not.

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