Christmas is over and everyone is busy creating a resolution for the upcoming New Year.
Why not put Losing Weight on the Top list of your 2017 Resolutions?
Generally a person's body weight is a combination of fat and water retention in his/her body. So, it’s not too difficult to lose 20 Pounds in few days. With a combination of right diet plan and ample amount of exercise, one can actually lose up to 20 Pounds in just 10 days.
Follow at least a few of these tips to see a wonderful change in your body structure.
Consume more of vegetables, fat and protein
Try including more vegetables, fat and protein in your meals so that you will be able to lose weight faster. Consume food items that contain more protein include chicken, beef, bacon, trout, shrimps, salmon, and eggs. Proteins have the ability to boost your rate of metabolism in an effective manner. Moreover, you need to consume fresh vegetables such as cucumber, lettuce, Swiss chard, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, kale, spinach, cauliflower and broccoli.
Monitor your weight continuously
Sometimes you may feel as if you have lost weight. However do not blindly trust your instincts. Constantly monitor your weight daily. Note down your weight in the morning and at night every day. The best place to have a scale is in the bathroom, where you can use it in the morning, at night and after exercising. There are certain bathroom scales that are better than others. Be sure to check out a bathroom scale guide in order to acquire a good one.
Hydration, Sleeping habits and rest
It is good to exercise and work out, but make sure you do not strain yourself too much. This could lead to stress and dehydration. Always have a water bottle nearby when exercising. When it comes to rest, take small breaks in between exercises and walks. Sleeping habits are very important as that is the time your body releases the stress that was put on it during the day. Make sure you get a minimum of 6 hours sleep. Another point to keep in mind is to not oversleep. This could actually lead to weight gain. Hence the most productive duration of sleep is between 6 and 9 hours.