How to lose weight fast


What makes you lose weight?

Providing your body with good energy sources and forcing your body to burn fat are the key parts to losing those unwanted pounds. Losing weight fast, or just losing weight in general is very difficult if you only focus on one area. Losing weight requires you to manage your calorie intake and calorie burning. In other words, Diet and exercise. If you do one and not the other, you can lose some weight, but it probably won’t be even close to what you are looking for.


What is the Best Way to lose weight fast?

Simply put, the most efficient way to lose weight is a natural diet with low to no carbohydrates and lots of lean protein, paired with high amounts of exercise. While all exercise is good, there are some that are more beneficial to losing weight that others.

Exercise

What exercise is best for losing weight.

First of all: Any exercise is good. Even a short walk is better than sitting down to watch your favorite TV show. That being said, there are exercises that are more effective that others.

Lifting weights/resistance training and doing high-intensity intervals are among the best ways to lose weight and deplete muscle glycogen stores. (Glycogen is one of two forms of long-term energy reserves, with the other form being triglyceride stores.) These types of work-outs kick your body into burning fat for energy while building muscle. With resistance training you won’t see pounds lost right away because you are building muscle as well as losing fat. (because you are swapping out that fat for muscle) So it might seem like you haven’t made any progress, but you have. More muscle means your body burns more calories while working out and even at rest. Don’t worry about seeing a dramatic change on the scale right away. You’re in it for the long run, right? Good!

Running or cycling is also very great exercise for losing weight. Any aerobic exercise is good. When doing aerobic exercise, you want to be at a rate of moderate to high intensity. The goal for burning calories is to get into the aerobic zone, which is 70%-80% of your max heart rate. The aerobic heart rate is where calories are burned.


Diet

Eat natural foods and avoid processed foods especially junk foods. Eating whole or Natural foods can help you to consume fewer calories because they tend to fill you up sooner. Especially when you have a lot of protein in the meal. Protein helps reduce your appetite and increase your metabolism. This happens because protein affects hormones that control your appetite. Natural foods are better for all parts of your body and will make it operate more efficient.

Cut Back on Sugars and Starches

Your body will burn stored fat when it doesn’t have the sugars and starches to use for energy. You will also lose water weight/bloat because your kidneys will shed excess sodium and water.

Replace the sugars and carbohydrates with low carb vegetables such as bell peppers, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, zucchini, spinach, avocados, cauliflower, Green beans and lettuce to name a few. Here is a great article from healthline about the 21 best low carb vegetables.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/21-best-low-carb-vegetables



A few Diet tips for losing weight

· Reduce or eliminate condiments. (There are a lot of calories in condiments, probably why they are so good, but try to stay away from them.)

· Replace soda’s and drinks with water. (don’t drink your calories. Just because it’s a drink doesn’t mean it’s not going to add calories and fat that you will have to burn off later.)

· Eat meals, not snacks.

· Keep your eating habits consistent and healthy

Instead of having a snack when your hungry, adjust your eating schedule so that you don’t need to snack in between. Eating a larger well-balanced healthy meal is more beneficial than eating a snack that isn’t. It might take some time to refine your eating habits so that you’re not getting super hungry in-between but stick to it. Your body will let you know what works best for you. Another great way to keep your eating schedule on track is intermittent fasting.

Intermittent fasting is a very popular health craze right now. This is because it really does work. There are a lot of ways to do intermittent fasting successfully. As long as you are creating a window where your body isn’t taking in calories and therefor needs to burn off stored fat you will benefit from this type of diet.


Supplements

Taking a weight loss supplement can help immensely with your weight-loss and overall health efforts. A good supplement is formulated to have key vitamins and minerals in correct percentages to have specific effects. (Like helping with weight loss) There is no such thing as a magic weight loss supplement that will make you lose weight with-out diet and exercise. But, there are good ones and bad ones with big differences between them. If you're trying to lose weight it's good to have a supplement that can effectively help your energy levels, metabolism and appetite. Supplements are designed to supplement vitamins and minerals into your body so it can run at an optimized rate. Even with extreme efforts it is difficult to provide your body with all of the essential vitamins and minerals it needs through food alone. Certain vitamins like the B complex help your energy levels to make you able to work out harder and longer therefore progressing forward in your goals. Nutri-Thin is an Energy/Weight Loss Supplement that does all of the above and more. If your serious about your goals you want to be taking an all-natural supplement like Nutri-Thin.

Keep it up.

It’s all about lifestyle change. Make the way you eat and exercise part of your lifestyle. These aren’t things you do once and then stop. Otherwise you’ll revert right back to where you were when you began. Being healthy and in shape is a lifestyle.

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