Speed Up Weight Loss

Speed Up Weight Loss

“We’re constantly bombarded by so much confusing information about weight loss that it can be difficult to know what to believe,” says Karen Ansel, MS, RDN, author of “Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging: Stay Younger, Live Longer.”

While it likely took more than a week to gain unwanted fat, most people wish they could lose it quicker than it came on. “When it comes to losing weight, simply cutting back on your portion sizes could be the most underrated way to drop pounds. However, if you’re already eating less (and exercising more) and are still stuck, there are little tricks of the trade that can help jumpstart your efforts,” Ansel says.

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Food – all the sin you see in the world began over a discussion of food.

Either we are enslaved to food and overweight or idolize healthy food and strive for that “perfect” weight. Oh, one supposes there is that supposed 3rd class of individuals who constantly talk about how they love themselves no matter what – but hey that is a double-dip delusion.

Among the good tips in this article here is one the author left out.

  “Food is meant for the stomach and the stomach for food,” and God will destroy both one and the other. The body is meant not for fornication but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body. 1 Corinthians 6:13 

While there are health reasons and external pressures for being overweight most Christians are known for their pot-luck-bellies rather than wise self-disciplined lives that start and begin their diet with “food for the stomach and the stomach for food.”

In short, the taste buds are irrelevant.

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(foxnews.com)—Water helps you feel full, so you eat less. “Consuming eight to 10 cups of plain water daily can boost weight loss because research shows that thirst can be confused with hunger,” says Misti Gueron, MS, RDN, nutritionist at the Khalili Center. “Many people reach for food because of cravings, low energy or boredom, and these habits can lead to unnecessary weight gain,” she added. In fact, it’s so powerful that one study found that people who drank two cups of water 30 minutes before meals for three months dropped nearly three more pounds than people who didn’t pre-hydrate before mealtime. To help achieve your weight loss goal, try drinking eight ounces of water when you first wake up, carrying a BPA-free water bottle or tracking your water intake on your phone.