The Healthy Way To Lose Weight
Doc, I’m a 23 year old woman. I currently have excess weight (less than ideal). What is the best way to lose weight good dock?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The best way to lose weight is to do it naturally, not using drugs, herbs, pills, or any method that promises short results without meaningful effort. Because, these methods often cause side effects that are harmful to the body, and not in accordance with normal body metabolism.
These natural ways include regular exercise, eating healthy foods, getting enough rest, and avoiding a bad lifestyle. For regular exercise, you are free to do any sport, you can do cardio sports like cycling, swimming, jumping rope and jogging or running on a treadmill, and you can also do weight sports such as push ups, sit ups, planks, and other sports that use barbells. What is clear, sports must be measured and in accordance with ability. Measurable means to be clear, if you jog, how long you jog, at what speed, and how many times a week. In accordance with the ability for example if you lift the barbell, a good number of reps is what makes you lose the repetition to 12-15 times. If you just lift the barbell 5x right away, it means the burden is too big. Conversely, if it's 30x still feels light, that means the burden is too small.
Healthy food is in the form of fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates such as rice, potatoes, bread and pasta, and multiply protein. Good protein builds muscle, and makes us full faster. So by increasing protein sources such as tempeh, eggs, milk, chicken breast, seafood, beans and beef, we can reduce our food needs and lose weight more healthily.
Then to rest, this does not directly lose weight, but with adequate rest, we become better prepared to undergo exercise again the next day. If we don't have enough rest, we won't have the energy to exercise and our lifestyle can become messy.
Last and not least, avoid bad lifestyles, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, eating fast food, often staying up late, consuming too much food and sugary drinks, forcing yourself to exercise and so forth.
If all that is still not enough or you need more intensive guidance, consult your problem with a nutritionist or personal trainer. So, hopefully answering your question.