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Weight loss can benefit people of all age ranges. Losing the excess of body fat can not only improve general health but also boost self-esteem and confidence. However, for teenagers, it is important that weight loss is done by making healthy long-term lifestyle changes while continuing with the normal growth process. Here are a bunch of healthy weight loss tips for teenagers.
Some people have managed to get more than enough exercise done into their daily routines but most have not. One of the biggest barriers to regular exercise is that it can be difficult to find the right time to do it. Our modern life style can be so busy that can easily take up most of our time. Here are a few more tips on how to integrate fitness into your very busy schedule.
"A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools" Finding time to exercise can be difficult, especially after a long time of inactivity, but it is worth every minute you can invest in it. Not only is it great for you, but it sets a powerful example for other people including your own children. When your children see you moving, they want to move too. Here we have put together a few tips on how to fit exercise into your daily routine, no matter how...
Tracking body weight does not necessarily mean progress due to a couple of reasons: 1st, bodyweight fluctuates throughout the day from a couple of pounds to a dozen, depending on the food, water and activity habits. And 2nd, gaining body weight does not necessarily mean you are not doing any progress as it might indicate you have gained muscle mass due to exercise or change of meal habits such as enrolling a protein-enriched diet. If you intend to reduce weight to a healthier level, at due time...
Simple things like cutting down any number of calories from meals and burning any number of calories through exercise is key for weight loss. Here I review other important numbers you should also take into account to succeeding in your journey towards a much healthier lifestyle in which “every number you cut down counts”.
Many people eat too much and spend little time doing any physical activity. This is the reason why nearly 2/3 of the world population is overweight or obese. Simple things like eating low-calorie meals or skipping 1–2 high-calorie foods/drinks a day, and training our mind to eat the right portions and moving a bit more than usual can be a good way cut down calories and start our journey towards a healthy lifestyle because “every number you cut down counts”.
As mentioned in our previous article, weight gain due to lack of activity during coronavirus lockdown could have compromised our health and make more challenging to go back on track after. The former article focused on re-creating a nutrition mind set, the most important first step in this challenge. This complementary article will tackle a few remaining mindset adjustments aiming to succeed in our post-pandemic weight loss / maintenance goals.