Check out the following list of the ultimate six laws of losing weight.
1. Do not overeat
Heavy starving is not dieting. It has never been! Dieting is only about eating and being happy in good health. It is when you give in to the temptation of eating more than you should, the extras are trashed on as calories. Eat healthy food, and keep the dish servings moderate. Listen to your body please, instead of just following colorfully melodious advertisements.
When your stomach begins to convulse with alcohol, it is the time to stop actually. Similarly, when the acid reflux with packaged dairy products is persisting, go for fresh milk instead. You always have the best options for good health available but you do not see it as fast food companies invest billions in advertising.
2. Eat well
Eat good food. Most of the foods sold on shelves are not good actually because they have a shelf-life. Food items must be perishable. Do you know that a man once found a McDonald’s hamburger intact and edible even after 14 years of being trashed in a forgotten corner! Is that even a food? The burger mentioned above was bought at Utah in 1999.
That was 15 years ago! Is it illogical to assume that they are not doing the same even now! Make healthy choices instead of just following what’s trendy in advertisements. Besides, even the advertised products do not look like they do in real life! If you are eating fruits, remember to marinate them in a vinegar solution for ten minutes to wash off pesticides.
3. Include physical exercises
Losing weight is never only about keeping the food in control. It is important of course, but not the only thing. You will need to include physical efforts in the mix. Get active! It does not necessarily mean running on treadmills or hitting the gym. Playing with kids or taking the stairs instead of the escalator is also physical exercise.
You can easily make the effort to walk the last block to your office. It should be a quick walk but it will do a world of good! In fact, simple exercises for weight loss do not have to be hectic as well. You can simply run about ten minutes on a treadmill every other day and sweat it out. All you have to do is to keep up the habit.
4. Eat calorie burners
Enrich your diet with calorie burners. Yes, not all foods just supply calories! Some of them burn calories as well. Red hot chili pepper is a good example. In fact, almost all spices have calorie burning abilities besides being anti-cancerogenic. Do you know that cruciferous vegetables such as broccolis also burn calories? Heck, even coffee and dark chocolate are amazing calorie burners.
Lean meat and low-fat dairy products are great as well. Just make sure that you are not going overboard with anything! Everything, even when it is good, should be kept in some moderation. The only exception is probably a certain herb well known as a recreational smoke. You know what it is, but this is may be out of context here.
5. Get just enough sleep
Too much sleep or sloth is just your expression of laziness. Seriously, laziness and losing weight can never go hand in hand. They are at the opposite ends of lifestyles. Now, sleeping well is very important. You should always get enough sleep. Otherwise, the balance of the body is disrupted totally. That leads to health issues as well.
However, do not oversleep every day! There are actually people who do nothing but feed on someone else’s income and sleep out the day! Obviously, you are not like them. Yes, some days staying late in bed is just amazing. The issue is not to make this a habit every day.
6. Cut down on calorie trashing
Reclaim the control of your weight. You should not be trashing calories. If you are drinking heavily every weekend, that is going to show up as belly fat. If you are drinking moderately every day, that is going to show up as well. Drink occasionally and try to stop when you think it is best to stop.
The main reason why many drink heavily is often because of peer pressure! Come on now! You are not a kid who has to be influenced by what others are doing. Yes, drinking is a social custom, but over drinking is unhealthy. It is always important to keep a balance totally in anything you do.