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5 Tips to Lose Weight

174362143To lose weight, requires a combination of various healthy routines. For now, we have 5 tips to help you make better choices to reduce your caloric intake.

Fiber Cuisine

Foods containing fiber can be very beneficial. Salads, fruits and vegetables help to improve your digestive system, slow the rate that sugar is absorbed to help regulate glucose levels, cleans your colon and lets you feel full faster.

Water vs. Alcohol

Water offers many health and anti-aging benefits. Too, water is not packed with calories like other drinks.  Water may be energizing for you. So, you may be more inclined to exercise more often with increased water intake.

Avoid Fat Filling Treats

Avoid fat filling treats during the week. If you need a quick last minute meal, prepare to sacrifice fat filling foods.

Work Out Before You Eat

A quick walk, jog, spin class, or aerobics class can help speed up your metabolism so you burn fat faster during your meal. This includes any exercise in which one foot is off the floor for at least 25 minutes.

Limit or Skip Sweets

Sweet foods may be shared among family members or friends to help limit intake once a week. Better yet, substitute sugar for a sweetener. Even a teaspoon less of sugar can make a difference.

Of course, it’s easy to enjoy a good meal. So, savor every flavor and cherish every bite. In addition, at least 30 minute of physical exercise daily for children and 60 minutes for adults (even walking) daily may prevent many diseases and energize you for a high quality lifestyle.

It is important to recognize that medications and medical procedures are associated with benefits and risks that should be discussed with your physician. It is important to recognize that all information contained on this website cannot be considered to be specific medical diagnosis, medical treatment, or medical advice. As always, you should consult with a physician regarding any medical condition.Your Health Access disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information.