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Wellness: How To Loose Weight Fast With Five Amazing Tips


Losing weight does more than reducing aches, making you look really good, just 5 to 10% loss of your body weight can improve your general wellbeing and reduce the risk for chronic conditions like heart disease and diabetes and much more.

We all know there are unlimited supplements, meal replacement ideas, diet plan, weight loss strategies out there to ensure fast weight loss, but most lack scientific evidence while some are backed by science.

In this article, we will consider five out of several other proven effective methods of weight loss.

1. Make 50% Of Your Meals Veggies

Vegetables are packed full of nutrients essential for wellness, most of these veggies are low in calories but high in vitamins, minerals and fiber.

Veggies for weight loss include spinach, kale, broccoli, carrot, sweet potato, green peas, lettuce amongst others.

These are excellent to aid your weight loss, mind you they're not only low in calories but also high in fiber that helps keep you feeling full.

The moment you decide to make 50% of anything you're having vegetables, then you've taken a great decision to achieve weight loss and a better health.

2.  Don't Skip Meals

Most people get this wrong! Try to resist the urge to skip a meal, skipping a meal is bad and not an effective weight loss strategy like most people think. 

If you think starving will make you loose weight, so, are you saying you won't eat again...? You know what, if you eventually loss weight aside the negative impact on your health, be ready to starve over and over again because once you start eating again you will gain weight and you will have to repeat the process. 

So, why not maintain a healthy diet for a long term effect.

Now, if you're too busy or you've had a hectic day and making a meal seems impossible, then grab a piece of fruit or some pack of nuts instead of going hungry.

Staying hungry for a long period of time does double harm on our healthy eating efforts by both slowing down your metabolism.

Think about it, assuming you've been starving the whole day, maybe you skipped breakfast and lunch, trust me, the urge to take down three person's food at dinner will be so keen that you might subconsciously finish a whole turkey.

So, make it compulsory to eat three moderate meals every day and don't wait till you go hungry.

3. Exercise

Don't get me wrong! You can take a walk, dance, play activity-based games with friends or kids. The idea is for you to stretch, move around, just some reasonable amount of physical activities.

You can do this at any time good for you. Just know that anything is better than nothing, engage in the exercise you enjoy, lack of time shouldn't be an excuse, start slowly and as soon as you find it interesting you will find it easy to become physically active.

You can try moving around with a friend, dancing, hiking, cycling, enjoying a pickup game of basketball, just do something your body will thank you for.

4. Eat Spicy Foods

Seriously.....? Yes, I know lots of things are going through your mind right now, but trust me, this will definitely help you cut back on calories.

Research has shown that capsaicin, a compound found in chili peppers in a slight manner increase your body's release of stress hormones which can speed up your ability to burn calories.

Let's be practical now, when you eat hot or spicy foods you sweat, isn't....? which is also what happens when you exercise. I'm sure you got a clearer picture now.
Some great addition aside pepper include ginger and turmeric.

It can boost metabolism and reduce your appetite slightly. Undoubtedly, you're less likely to bring down a huge plate of spicy meal.

Meanwhile, you have to know that too much can cause stomach cramps and ulcers, as well as general gastric irritation and a burning sensation. If you're already experiencing the aforementioned, do not try to take spicy foods for the sake of your health. This is obviously not for you, try some other tips.

5. Drink Enough Water

Does drinking water really help.....? Yes...Sure, drinking enough water boost metabolism, cleanse the body, and serves as an appetite suppressant.

Nutritionists recommend eight-ounce glasses per day to keep you hydrated.

Don't get tired of taking water, you can spice it up a bit by adding a slice of lemon, cucumber, mint to give it a soothing taste.

You can also consume high-water content foods such as cucumbers, tomatoes, watermelon, grapes, celery, pineapple and others.

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