Is weight loss for women hard? It sure can be! Losing weight is hard, especially when your genes make it an uphill struggle! Fortunately, this article will be sharing 5 tips which really ( Seriously!) lead to weight loss for women successfully. Just in time for your next appointment with the doctor!
* Dieting – It’s critical that you first understand that dieting simply does not work. That’s right: dieting just burns calories (which we call ” Calories”), doesn’t shed pounds (which we call ” Calories”), and does not make you lose weight permanently. The concept of ‘dieting’ is to temporarily reduce your calorie intake so that you feel like you are losing weight. It is an unhealthy and temporary way to drop weight. In fact, prolonged or sustained weight loss for women results from an overall higher level of overall calorie intake, not from a reduction in calorie intake.
* Calorie Restriction/Sustained Weight Loss – To lose weight, you need to eat less calories every day. However, this is not what many dieters do. They find themselves eating far more calories than they burn off, leading to quick weight loss but lasting health problems because they are eating far more calories than they need. When you eat more calories than you burn, your body then goes into “starvation mode”, slowing its metabolism down to the point where it burns calories at a slower rate. This is how most diet plans fail and long-term weight loss is elusive.
* Drinks and “DASH” Diets – One common mistake many people make while on a diet is eating foods high in fat and calories. While there are a number of health benefits to consuming foods high in fat and calories such as oily fish and beef, these types of foods are generally not conducive to quick weight loss. Instead, what most people need to do is simply cut back on the amount of calories they are eating and replace those foods with fruits and vegetables, protein shakes, and low-fat dairy products (e.g. non-fat cheese, low-fat ice cream).
* Noom’s Diet – This diet relies on a radical removal of saturated fat from the diet. The key ingredient to noom’s diet is called conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA. This specific conjugated linoleic acid has been proven in a number of different studies to have a positive impact on fat and calorie metabolism, and also inhibits the breakdown of cell wall in the human body. As a result, CLA can be said to be the “number one superfood” for weight loss among people who follow the diet.
These are just a couple of the foods that will boost your metabolism and help you lose weight. Other foods include Hoodia Gordonii, which is a cactus-studded plant that boosts your metabolism; green tea; and resveratrol, which is an antioxidant found in red wine. Resveratrol has also been proven in multiple studies to have a positive effect on blood sugar levels and can be used to prevent diseases and health problems. As more research is completed, these foods will continue to be looked at to provide weight loss for women and other health benefits. All of the above foods will provide a healthy base for a diet that you can adapt to, and build upon to get the most out of your weight loss efforts.