What Are The Best Tips To Lose Weight Faster?
1. Do resistance, weight, or bodyweight training.
These are the exercises that challenge your muscles to increase their strength. Gaining muscle burns more calories when you’re resting, so you lose weight.
Resistance training can be effective for long-term weight control. The size of your muscles affects your resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is how many calories your body needs to function. Muscle size increases RMR, so fat loss is sustained or increases over time.
2. Eat more vegetables every day.
Eating vegetables can lower blood pressure, reduce heart disease and stroke risk, prevent some types of cancer, lower eye and digestive problems, and control blood sugar, which can help control appetite.
How many vegetables? In a healthy eating pattern, adults should eat 1 to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables depending on their age and sex.
3. Skip sugary beverages and sodas.
Replace sweetened drinks with plain water or unsweetened coffee or tea instead. A can of Coke has 139 calories. This represents 7% of the calories an average adult should eat and drink in a day to maintain a healthy, balanced diet.
4. Get 7-8 hours of quality deep sleep.
Getting adequate, quality sleep is an important part of a healthy weight loss plan.
5. Walk every day at least 6,000 steps.
People who walked 6,000 steps a day on average are less likely to have problems standing, walking, and climbing stairs. If you do 6,000 steps a day, you’ll burn 60 more calories for every 1,000 more steps you take. By increasing your daily step count from 6,000 to 8,000 steps a day, you could theoretically lose an extra pound of fat every month.
And don’t forget: “Consistency is the key!”
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