It can be exhaustive trying to understand what exactly you need to do to lose weight and keep it off
You do not need a magic secret formula you need balanced long term consistency in your workouts and nutrition and we will show you how
- Have more energy
- Improve your health
- Lower your risk for health problems
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Feel proud of yourself
- Set an example for friends and family
- Heart Disease
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Joint problems and Osteoarthiritis
- Sleep Apnea
- Fatty Liver Disease
- Kidney Disease
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Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) foind these statistics
More than 1 in 3 adults were considered to be overweight.
More than 2 in 3 adults were considered to be overweight or have obesity.
More than 1 in 3 adults were considered to have obesity.
About 1 in 13 adults were considered to have extreme obesity.
About 1 in 6 children and adolescents ages 2 to 19 were considered to have obesity.
Changing your eating habits is central to losing and maintaining your weight. To lose weight, you have to eat fewer calories and use more calories than you take in. However, it is important to fuel your body with vegetables, fruits, healthy fats, and whole grains. Sticking with long term general healthy eating habits is more important than the type of eating plan you follow. Common treatments for losing weight include healthy eating, being physically active, and making other changes to your usual habits like taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
Q: Do you have any diet hacks for me?
A: Select high-fiber foods like whole-grain breads and cereals, beans, unsalted nuts and seeds, deeply colored vegetables, and fruits. Avoid fried foods in and eat baked, or grilled options instead. Eat healthy fats, like avocados and almonds, to help control your cravings. Drink water throughout the day.
Q: What if I feel like I do not have time?
A: It is tough having a difficult schedule, but you have to make your new healthy habit a priority. Fit in physical activity whenever and wherever you can. Try taking the stairs or getting off the bus a stop early if it is safe to do so. Set aside one grocery shopping day a week, and make healthy meals that you can freeze and eat later when you don’t have time to cook. You can walk around the mall, a school track, or a local park for free.
Q: Can I afford to eat healthier?
A: Eating out is actually extremely expensive compared to home cooking and even fast food can be more expensive than eating in. Eat healthy on a budget by buying in bulk, buy items on sale, choose frozen fruits and vegetables.
Q: What if I don’t like healthy foods?
A: Try to make your old favorite recipes in healthier new ways. For example, reduce the amount of butter, sugar, and salt you cook with. Add a cup or two of broccoli, carrots, or spinach to casseroles or pasta. You can chop vegetables up very small where you can not even taste them in food.
Q: How do I limit unexpected setbacks?
A: Plan ahead to avoid setbacks. For example, find other ways to be active in case of bad weather, injury, or other issues that arise. Think of ways to eat healthy when traveling or dining out, like packing healthy snacks while on the road or sharing an entrée with a friend in a restaurant. If you do have a setback, don’t give up. Setbacks happen to everyone. Regroup and focus on meeting your goals again as soon as you can.
Q: How do you overcome roadblocks?
A: Remind yourself why you want to be healthier. Perhaps you want the energy to play with your nieces and nephews or to be able to carry your own grocery bags. Recall your reasons for making changes when slip-ups occur. Decide to take the first step to get back on track. Problem-solve to “outsmart” roadblocks. For example, plan to walk indoors, such as at a mall, on days when bad weather keeps you from walking outside. Ask a friend or family member for help when you need it, and always try to plan ahead. For example, if you know that you will not have time to be physically active after work, go walking with a coworker at lunch or start your day with an exercise video.
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