It is customary on spring days to get rid of heavy clothes, winter boots, berets and scarfs just as nature throws off winter’s weariness. However, as you wear summer clothes, you feel like you need to lose the extra weight that you put on during the winter when the dresses and pants seem ill-fitting. You get to feel depressed and fish around to find new diet ideas to start each Monday. You set yourself targets as if you are getting ready for a marathon.
Countless diet suggestions namely assorted detox juices, bizarre herbal cures, mono diets suddenly become all the rage. Plans are made for walking three days a week, running and several other trendy sports. To have the pride of losing weight on summer days and winning the marathon, this time people get ready for another marathon: gorging at all-inclusive hotels. After you went through all these diet torments, days when you literally went starved, you return home gaining more than you lost. And this vicious cycle repeats itself every season on and on. Until the next summer...
However, a sufficient and balanced diet must be a part of “Healthy Lifestyle.” Doing physical exercise, regular sleeping habits, a clear mind and a balanced energy around the family-home-work triangle form the basis of this lifestyle. Those who embraced this lifestyle will not take part in this marathon either in summer or winter. Here are some sustainable lifelong tips to help you to avoid the summer marathon:
Do Not Risk Your Health With Crash Diets!
People are still confused as to how to take on sufficient and balanced nutrition and physical exercise as a lifestyle. Diets making you lose 5 kilos only in three days, suggesting to consume only proteins or even prohibiting grains and dairy products create some serious threats to your health. You have to stay away from diet and nutrition suggestions that claim to make you lose weight in a very short space of time. Here are some shocking facts about crash diets:
- Weight-reducing diets must be arranged for each individual: Energy and nutrients needed to lose weight depend on different types of bodies and individual characteristics. Different factors including age, sex, physical activity and disease/health condition have an influence over daily calorie intake. The optimum rate of weight loss is 0.5-1 kg per week. Consult a nutritionist to find the best schedule for your lifestyle, should you have any need to find out more about an optimum nutrition plan.
- Rapid loss of weight will wear down your muscles: Rapid loss of weight also means loss of muscle mass. Energy consumed by the muscles will gradually decrease and you will end up regaining more weight than you have lost.
- There is not such a thing as a sustainable nutrition routine: The most efficient way of losing weight must be dependent upon lifestyle, psychology and even your emotional state. Crash diets are temporary and targeted for certain time periods. There is not any “miracle” food that will make you lose weight quickly.
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