We all want to lose fat and stay healthy but have also experienced the failures with diet plans and few workout regimes. Let’s have a look at what science has to say about weight loss tips?
- Proteins are the building blocks for our muscles and it keeps us full. It breaks down carbs into sugar and acts as a sort of buffer against sharp dips and spikes in insulin levels and our sugar carvings.
- Regular movement of any kind is a key component of any healthy lifestyle. It’s especially important if you’re looking to slim down and keep the weight off for the long term. Exercise is not a shortcut to weight loss. When we pump up our activity levels, our hunger levels tend to increase in tandem. Our body begins to break down fat stores for basic functions, such as walking, talking and even sleeping once its carb stores have been exhausted. So exercise more often.
- Don’t skip meals. Especially breakfast! Starving your body and brain creates intense urges to eat high-calories foods. Healthy foods will keep your hormone levels and metabolism in check.
- Stress and sleep can drastically affect your weight. Countless studies have shown that the amount of sleep and stress you have in your life can play a major part in how healthy you eat. Sleep deprivation and high-stress levels increase appetite, making it harder for you to refuse guilty pleasures. So get some sleep.
- Drinking water It is often claimed that drinking water can help with weight loss — and that’s true. Drinking water can boost metabolism by 24–30% helping you burn off a few more calories. Drinking half liter water about half an hour before meals helped dieters eat fewer calories and lose more weight, compared to those who didn’t drink the water.