The older you get, the harder it is for you to lose weight. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up, we need the will, perseverance and some good advice. The first two items will need a little more thought, but we have prepared some tips for you.
1) MEASURE EVERYDAY
Keep the scale next to the tub, and regularly check the weight. This will remind yourself every day that you need to lose weight and stay focused.
2) WATER IS THE KEY
Even the birds on the branch know that water is necessary for the proper functioning of the organism. Drinking enough water will speed up your metabolism, help you get rid of toxins and keep your body hydrated optimally.
3) AVOID PROCESSED FOODS
Follow a very simple rule – everything that is processed and packed in colorful packaging should be avoided.
4) AVOID SWEET BEVERAGES
Feel free to eat a slice of cake at times, but do not need to ingest sugars through juices. Avoid sugar-free versions that contain harmful artificial sweeteners.
5) GET ENOUGH SLEEP
If you want to look good, you have to follow some basic rules, such as 7-8 hours of sleep a day. For the best sleep, sleep on a comfortable bed, and in a completely darkened room.
6) MOVE MORE
If you want to lose weight sitting on the couch, we have to disappoint you. Physical activity is as important as nutrition. So instead of sitting in front of the TV, start playing sports, or just walk.
7) MORE AND MORE SALADS
Although you may not like the taste of the salad, your body adores it. Vegetables are full of fiber, which we need when we want to lose weight, then have lots of nutrients, vitamins, minerals … and very few calories!
8) EAT FISH, VEGETABLES, AND FRUITS
You listen to this all the time, but it is absolutely true. These three foods are very healthy, will make you full of energy and full, and have fewer calories than, say, a sandwich.
9) MISS THE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY
The first red wine was healthy and was declared the key to longevity. Then they found out it wasn’t really healthy. If you like that glass of red wine in the evening, feel free to drink it, and don’t care for scientists.
10) ONE DRINK IS ENOUGH
If you like to drink often, this may be difficult for you. For starters, switch from those drinks that are brewed in larger quantities, such as beer, to something like wine. Set yourself a limit, and always stick to it, because alcohol is high in calories.
11) WITHOUT CONSCIOUSNESS
No matter what you eat, drink, or do, life is too short to feel the pang of conscience. Admit you were wrong, and try to be better next time, but don’t be upset because you won’t benefit from it
12) DETERMINE MAXIMUM WEIGHT
Do not overburden if you are 1-2 pounds more than two days ago, but set a limit beyond which you must not go. When you notice you are dangerously approaching that limit, start dieting immediately.
13) DO NOT BUY HUNGER
This is a very old rule, but it works. If you go hungry to the store, you’ll buy everything – both what you need and what you don’t need. So first eat a healthy and nutritionally rich meal, then go to the market.
14) TAKE UNHEALTHY FOOD FROM THE HOUSE
The easiest way to avoid challenging snacks is to get them out of the house completely. If you have strong willpower, then you might as well endure the nibbling of a carrot while a bag of chips is next to you. But if you are not so determined, you better get rid of the tpg chips.
15) MAKE MORE LITTLE CHANGES
It is much easier to get used to more small changes than one huge change. For example, if you drink coffee with milk, start using low-fat milk. Drop whole fat cheese from breakfast, and take sour milk instead.