The key to achieving your long-term goals of weight loss and weight maintenance is through implementing key changes in your life, including healthier eating habits and a regular exercise routine.
Adding a weight-loss supplement to your diet regimen can also help you to achieve your goals, contributing to a reduced appetite, improved metabolism, and better elimination of toxins.
Here are some tips to get you started.
The best weight-loss plans begin with a healthy, balanced diet. Experts generally agree that your diet has more to do with weight loss than the amount you exercise, suggesting that the most effective weight loss is attributed to a combination of approximately 75% diet and 25% exercise.
Opt for healthy, natural meal options whenever possible. A diet high in lean protein and fiber will give you the energy you need to fuel your physical activity, while still promoting weight loss. "One ingredient" foods like nuts, seeds, beans, fish, meats, and vegetables are great staples in a healthy, balanced diet.
In order to lose weight, the idea is to burn more calories than you consume. While dramatic weight loss is most often attributed to healthier eating and reduced calorie intake, studies show that one of the best ways to maintain your weight once you reach your goal is to be engaged in regular physical activity.
When devising an exercise routine, many people rely too much on cardio thinking this is what will help them burn more calories. However, many fitness experts have found that building muscle is more effective than cardio for burning fat. This is because the majority of the calories you burn in a day are due to your resting metabolic rate (RMR), and building more lean body mass through weight training contributes to an increased RMR – much more than cardio. One fitness expert estimated that you can expect to burn an extra 120 calories per day for every three pounds of muscle you build—and that’s calorie burn without incorporating any exercise!
While weight-loss supplements are not recommended as a solitary method for weight loss, they can aid in your overall weight-reduction plan. BodyHealth’s Optimum Weight Management Formula helps support weight loss when combined with a low-calorie diet. This special formula assists the body’s endocrine network, helping to accelerate fat burning and increase energy levels—all while preserving lean body mass.*
Once you have shed the pounds, you can try a weight-management supplement to aid in your long-term fitness plan. BodyHealth’s Healthy-Thin™ supplement helps to reduce appetite and curb cravings, improve metabolism, offers unique blood sugar support, decreases carb absorption, and helps rid the body of toxins released from fat burning, giving you that extra helping hand you need to maintain your body goals.*
If you are interested in how weight loss and weight maintenance supplements can aid in your weight loss journey, visit our site for more information.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
In the nearly 8 years that my wife and I have lived in Colorado Springs, never have we seen the amount of road construction currently taking place. Whether it’s a main road or side street, there’s no part of town missing out on the “fun”. And it’s not just re-paving or patching potholes. Whole lanes are being ripped up with miles of digging in order to replace underground pipes of all varieties.
At first, I thought all the “weed” sales (pot is legal in Colorado) might be producing the influx of tax funds for all this construction. But a running buddy of mine made me aware of a bill that had passed in the last couple years which freed up an enormous amount of funds for these projects.
Turns out the city has a certain amount of time to spend the money. Based on the number of orange cones and “ROAD WORK AHEAD” signs, it looks as though no penny is being spared.
Millions of people are about to be disappointed –– they don’t even realize it.
Maybe you’re one of them.
Right now, around the world, people are setting new ambitious health goals and resolutions.
And yet, according to Inc Magazine, approximately 80% of New Year's resolutions fail. Most of them buried in an unmarked early grave by February.
Why is that?
How is it that despite all our best intentions and genuine desire to live healthier and be fitter, the most we can hope for is a depressing 20% success rate?
So to help you kickstart your New Year with a healthy lifestyle we are going to breakdown why most goals and resolutions fail and what to do instead.