Weight loss can be tricky, and it’s all about starting a good diet and starting to train but wait a second; you are going to fail during the process and see how the first weeks went well but after that you are recovering the pounds you lost. 90% of people quit the diet and exercise when this happens and that is the first big mistake because it’s actually the process for you to learn how your metabolism reacts to the workout, the food you are eating, and the effort you are doing.
You have to live this process and give your body a 3 months’ time period of trying and learning how your body react to the program you follow to lose weight, get fit, ripped etc… Whatever you want to get it’s possible if you know what you are actually doing, eating and trying to improve in the process
When you start, it’s normal to lose some pounds because your body reacts to the change but it’s also normal to recover those pounds because your metabolism will fight against the effort you are doing to lose weight and it’s the same for all the other processes like getting ripped, increase muscle, etc.
So here we go the most important thing you have to do to really get your fitness goals is to take the first 3 months as a learning process, take notes, and follow what you feel, too hungry after workout? So go and try to discover by yourself what you have to do in the gym to finish with more energy, maybe drink more water? Yes that’s what I recommend but hey it’s your body so go enjoy the process maybe you are cooking a real greasy chicken breast for lunch. What if you try to cook the same chicken breast with less or no oil and use water instead of oil because the chicken in fact has natural oil.
So where is the problem, too many carbs before or after? Too many carbs at night because you tried hard to don’t give up during the day but at night you had to eat something because your body was really in need of some delicious food.
All that things can happen in the process of losing weight so don’t give up the first 3 months and take that period of time as a learning period of time that will help you to know your body, the way your body reacts, and the way you can actually win the battle against that pounds you want to lose.
Ok but let’s talk a little more this relevant topic, let’s go into the details you have to start changing in your life, because to lose and stay fit it’s not a process of months in fact is a life changing decision and a lifestyle that will start after you know your body, the way your body reacts, and when you can identify what is really happening to your body in the process of to lose weight, get healthy and get fit.
We all know we need to consume fewer calories than we burn to lose weight, but sometimes-even when you’re doing all the right things-that weight loss can come to a screeching halt. This can happen for a number of reasons, but, more often than not, it comes down to something that requires a serious lifestyle change to fix. Here are 5 of the most common, yet not-so-obvious reasons you’re not losing weight, plus some tried-and-true.
1. You’re stressed “Stress is the silent killer.” This is especially true when it comes to weight loss. Stress releases cortisol (often simply referred to as “the stress hormone”)-and in today’s society, excessively high cortisol levels are incredibly common. Cortisol degrades muscle tissue and encourages the storage of body fat, and is has been linked to other health issues that are a lot more serious than a few extra pounds around your waist.
If you want to get lean, then you need to make a serious effort to lower your stress levels. (Easier said than done, I know!) Try limiting the length of your workouts to 45 minutes, surrounding yourself with positive people, meditating, and getting plenty of sleep.
2. You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep Not only does enough sleep reduce levels of cortisol, but it also produces growth hormone (GH). GH pretty much has the opposite effect of cortisol on the body-it encourages fat loss, supports your immune system, and helps to keep your organs functioning properly.
Sleep also balances the hormones that control hunger. If you’ve ever gone to bed hungry and woken up not hungry, this is why. On the flip side, if you miss a night’s sleep you are likely to eat more calories the next day. While it varies from person to person, most of us should aim to get 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night.
3. You’re Not Drinking Enough Water!!! I really recommend to drink a lot of water. You’re probably sick and tired of hearing about how important water is to your health, but most people still don’t drink enough of it. There’s a whole host of benefits to drinking enough water, one of which is proper kidney function. Dehydration impairs your kidneys, and when your kidneys aren’t working properly, your liver has to pick up the slack. Your liver is responsible for the metabolism of fat, which means fat cannot be metabolized as efficiently when your liver has to work twice as hard to remove toxins.
The solution is simple: when you’re thirsty, drink water. In particular, ensure that you are hydrated around workouts.
4. You Have Poor Digestion The gut is incredibly complicated, and scientists are only scratching the surface when it comes to understanding how the natural micro-biome of gut bacteria works. But one thing is clear: whether you want to improve your ability to lose fat, boost your immune system, clear up your skin, or even just feel better on daily basis, it all starts with gut health.
Unfortunately, most people don’t usually realize their gut isn’t functioning properly until it’s too late. But there are steps you can take to help prevent any malfunctions: reduce stress, eat fewer meals or even consider periods of fasting to give your digestive system a break, minimize the consumption of legumes, grains, sugar and pastured dairy, and chew your food until its mush before swallowing.
5. You’re Not Eating Enough Fiber aids digestive health to help create a sense of fullness, which makes consuming fewer calories easier.
It’s estimated that only 5% of Americans get enough fiber. Why are people missing out? Most of us assume we’re getting enough from grain-based products like bread and cereal, but the reality is these highly-processed foods have been stripped of their nutrients and fiber. Instead, eat more fruit and vegetables, and opt for whole grains, like brown rice and steal-cut oatmeal.
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