Dieting is hard, and for some it can feel like a never ending cycle of failed diet after failed diet. If you’re trying to lose a few pounds, but struggling with most diets, here’s three easy ways to lose weight this week.
Everyone knows what it means to fast. It’s often done for religious reasons, or a form of political protest. Intermittent fasting (IF) is a diet concept that often gets lumped into more extreme forms of fasting, which is unfortunate.
Intermittent fasting is a short-term daily fast, used to influence important weight loss variables. Here’s what happens during a short term fast:
– Improved insulin sensitivity
– Increased growth hormone production
– Improved cellular repair
– Reduces risk of Type 2 Diabetes
The great thing about intermittent fasting is it stimulates, and influences weight loss variables already present in your system. By simply changing the time of day you consume your calories each day, you can help your body become more lean.
If you’ve never tried IF, and want to give it a try, here’s an intermittent fasting guide to get you started.
Eat Less Sugar
Low carb diets are incredibly effective, because by default they weed out a lot of high sugar foods. And, to be honest, this is what most people are struggling with. There’s sugar in almost everything, and sometimes you don’t even realize it’s in there.
It’s added to many processed foods to help improve the taste and make it more palatable.
You don’t need to completely eliminate every gram of carbohydrates to start losing weight. If you were to significantly reduce the amount of sugar you eat each day, you’d eliminate many of the foods linked to diabetes and obesity.
So, if you’ve tried low carb diets and found them to be too restrictive, just start with reducing high sugar foods.
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Use A Suppressant
Sometimes will power just isn’t enough to help curb your hunger between meals. If you need a little help here’s a quick list of the best supplements for weight loss and appetite suppression.
Green Tea Extract
Yerba Mate Tea
High Fiber Foods