Well, there’s a new gimmick-y weight loss system every year, but the best and healthiest way to lose weight is probably through diet control and exercise. People trying to lose weight will sometimes starve themselves or cut out certain food groups, which may result in weight loss, but also keeps them from getting the nutrients they need. Eating healthy and exercising can help with weight loss, but also makes you feel healthier and gives you more energy. Here’s a CDC article about achieving and maintaining a healthy weight: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/losing_weight/index.html
I would recommend eating a diet high in micronutrients. Micronutrients enable the body to continue with healthy growth and development, and they give the cells the energy they need to fight off infections and autoimmune diseases. Micronutrients are found in whole foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, berries, and grains.
The other nutrients are macronutrients. These provide calories for the body and are found in proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
Unless you are someone with a highly active lifestyle, meaning you do not have a desk job but an active one, and you are active after your work day is done, you do not need to consume many macronutrients. Most people in the modern industrial world do not need as many calories as we used to. A diet high in micronutrients and low in macronutrients will allow your body to maintain the weight that is healthy for it.
I believe the best way to lose weight is to come up with a nutrition and fitness plan that you are able to utilize for the rest of your life. You may find this a daunting task at first, but believe me, your weight lose goals will be a lot easier to achieve if you are going at them with the mind set that this is a permanent change.
A lot of people fail at weight loss because they see it as a short term goal. You lose the weight now and you are happy now but in a year when the weight is back you will be as miserable as before.
You need to see weight loss as a long term investment. Plan to make these healthy changes a permanent part of your life. You do not need to start immediately. It can be a slow process. Cutting out small but bad habits will help you to start losing weight quickly and without the pressure and stress of a full out diet.
You do not want to stress your system out. Stress will only cause problems so when a person decides they no longer will eat any carbs at all but, they bodies goes into shock and so do your emotions. Those types of diets are extreme and although may work for some, most fail at their first, second, and third attempts.
Key advice: take it slow and make changes that you will be happy to be “stuck” with for a life time. You will be happier and healthier for it.
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