If you’re looking for a way to lose weight that won't leave you feeling deprived and exhausted, look no further. With the right combination of diet and exercise, it's possible to shed pounds without sacrificing nutrition or your sanity. In this blog post, I will teach four things women ages 40-60 can do to safely and easily lose 10 lbs, 15 lbs, or 30 lbs.
Losing weight is tough. You may have tried different diets and exercise plans only to find yourself feeling discouraged when the results don’t show up as quickly as you had hoped. But don't give up! With these four simple tips, you'll be able to safely and easily lose 10 lbs, 15 lbs or 30 lbs in no time.
Fasting: Fasting is one of the most powerful tools at your disposal when it comes to losing weight. It helps reduce inflammation in the body while simultaneously boosting metabolism. Plus, it's a great way to break unhealthy habits like snacking late at night or mindlessly eating throughout the day. There are many different types of fasting, from intermittent fasting (eating within an 8-hour window) to alternate-day fasting (fasting for 24 hours every other day). Talk with your healthcare professional who can help you with, which type of fasting would be best for you based on your health goals and lifestyle.
Balance your Blood sugar; Eat Nutrient Dense foods from trusted sources: We want to pay attention to foods that spike our insulin. Carbohydrates (most) and protein (medium) spike our insulin levels. Fat doesn't spike insulin. Insulin helps blood sugar enter the body's cells so it can be used for energy, but If high blood sugar is a chronic issue and goes untreated, it can cause heart disease, nerve damage, vision problems, kidney failure and so much more. Studies around fasting combined with eating seasonally and nutrient-dense foods (feast/famine) will set us up to thrive. We are a society where foods are available 24/7. We eat too many meals a day.
Vary Your Diet: Eating the same foods over and over again Diet variation coupled with a fasting lifestyle (feast/famine cycles) works to fire up your metabolism while retraining your body to use fat as fuel. For many, this is the code to break through stubborn plateaus. I invite you to take your time to review this program guide. We have been conditioned to believe if we want to lose weight we have to white-knuckle it and suffer through it, but this simply doesn't work long-term. We will be eating a variety of foods. It is studied that we are not supposed to eat the same foods, especially when the season change. Variation allows needed nutrients and it comes from each season. We are meant to survive and thrive. We will encourage you to eat seasonally, locally, and exclusively whole nutrient-dense foods. Mother nature has provided us with ample sustenance. In the modern world, we have been out of touch with nature.
Reduce Inflammatory Oils: Many processed foods contain high levels of inflammatory oils like soybean oil or vegetable oil that can contribute to unwanted weight gain or even worsen existing chronic conditions like diabetes or heart disease. To reduce inflammation in the body (and thus help with weight loss), try replacing these oils with healthier options such as olive oil or coconut oil when cooking at home or ordering out from a restaurant.
Move Your Body Regularly: Exercise plays an important role in any successful weight loss plan because it not only burns calories but also strengthens muscles and improves overall health. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week—this could include walking, jogging, biking, swimming—you name it! It's important that you find something enjoyable so that you look forward to moving your body rather than dreading it every time.
If you're looking for a safe way to lose weight, without feeling deprived or exhausted in the process, following these five tips should do just that! these tips together make up an effective plan for long-term success!