Weight Loss


Weight loss is good because it means you will lose pounds steadily and slowly. There is some way to rev up your metabolism so you can lose weight and burn calories more quickly.


1- Start lifting Buy a set of five-pound weights.

Its strength training builds muscle tissues which burn more calories whether you are at work or rest. The more you have lean muscles, the faster you will slim down. To start strength training, try some lunges, pushups or a few squats. Use your free weights to perform triceps pulls or simple biceps curls right in your office or home. Do these exercises two to three times per week and see a rapid improvement in your physique.


2- Drink green tea

According to the recent research, green tea drinkers burned about 70 calories in 24 hours. Those 70 calories a day, add 7.3 pounds of fat in a year.


3- Avoid calories in a glass

Drinking a grande cafe mocha would not make you feel satiated the way eating one bowl of pasta will. It means that although the grande cafe mocha has more calories than the pasta, you are more likely to want an another cup from Starbucks. So monitor your intake of wine, juice, soda and coffee drinks. If you consume one of each of these beverages during the day, you will have taken in 800 extra calories by night time, and you will still be hungry.


4- Lose the salt

Sodium adds to water retention. It will make you look bloated. The daily value suggests maximum 2400 milligrams of sodium each day, but most of us are taking more than twice that amount. So control your sodium intake. Hidden sources include canned foods, soups, drinks, salty snacks such as pretzels and chips and many prepackaged foods.


5- Get some sleep

Women who get less than six hours of sleep at night have slower metabolisms than the women’s who sleep for a full eight hours.


6- Go for an evening walk

Exercising at any time is good, but the metabolism of evening walk may be beneficial because metabolism of many people slows down toward the night. Before dinner, twenty minutes of aerobic activity increase your metabolic rate and keep it elevated for more two or three hours after you have stopped moving.

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