Overweight people are more likely to develop health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. Instead of going on and off diets, make healthy choices every day.
It's recommended to lose 1.5 to 2 pounds every week slowly. When you lose too much weight too quickly, you are more likely to gain it again. Let's see some ways we can help maintain healthy weight;
• Keep track of everything you consume:
Include the type of food, how much you ate, and when you ate it. This assists you in becoming more conscious of your eating habits so that you may better manage them.
• Don't forget to eat your meals:
Start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast. Eating at least three meals a day provides your body with the energy it requires while also preventing hunger.
• Sugar and sweets should be consumed in moderation:
Desserts, doughnuts, pastries, and sweets are examples of foods that have added sugars. These are high in calories but low in nutrition. Instead of refined sugar, use an artificial sweetener in liquids.
• Keep your portion sizes in check:
Take modest portions of a variety of dishes on a small platter. Do not return for a second.
• Only eat when you are truly hungry. Don't eat to relax. When you're bored or depressed, Take a walk or do something else that you like.
• Get some exercise:
Before beginning a new fitness plan, consult your doctor. Take the stairs or park your car further away to be more active. Aim to walk, bike, swim, run, or hike for 1 hour 5 days a week. Exercise classes could be beneficial.
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