Tuesday, 14 February 2012

How To Lose 10 Pounds

1. When trying to lose weight it comes down to energy in and energy out. There is no real way around this. To lose 10 pounds you need to burn 35000 calories more than you take in. The math doesn’t lie and you can’t lie to a scale either.

2. Most of our body is water and because of this there is water retention. Your body combats what is throwing off electrolytes or stress or other factors and it will naturally retain water.

3. Fat is high in calories. High water foods are low in calories. In order to change that input output ratio you need to raise the amount of low calorie density foods and lower the amount of high caloric density foods. so eat less red meat and fatty deep fried food and eat more fruits and veggies which are high in water content and nutrients.

4. All weight loss comes with a reason. What is the reason that you want to lose the weight? When you are hungry and drive by a McDonalds or KFC and just want to do drive thru what is going to stop you? Certainly not losing weight.

How To Lose 10 Pounds – Here Are More Lose 10 Pounds Tips

ü       Eat all your food in 5 or 6 meals a day instead of three

ü       Cut back on your White carbs (rice, potatoes, pasta) and substitute with vegetables, which are higher in water and nutrients anyway

ü       Exercise first thing in the morning by walking or light jogging or even biking for 30 to 45 minutes

ü       Drink water from morning until night to stave off those urges to eat more food and to keep your metabolism up

ü       Eat all your food in those 5 or 6 meals before 7:30 at night so that you are not going to sleep on a full stomach.