Tips to healthy living
Dr. Smriti and Niraj Choudhary have more than 30 years of combined experience in primary care. They are passionate about patient care - a firm believer of the axiom "Ounce of prevention is better than pound of cure".
While skipping breakfast may seem like a good plan, you end up increasing the stress hormones in your body by eating at a irregular time. As a result, you may compensate with increased calorie intake in later meals.
Relying on Fat-Free Labels
The labels on these food often don't give the complete picture of what is being eaten. To compensate for the bland taste, it may add even unhealthier artificial sweeteners.
Setting up a short-term goal
Weight loss is a process. It's a lifestyle modification including dieting, exercising, sleep habits and stress management. You cannot expect this all to happen in a day, so take your time and set a long-term goal. You won't regret it.
One of the most common cause of diet failure is people concentrating too much on the numbers. Remember that with lifestyle changes, you're getting healthier as well, with your immune system, weight loss, and more.
Lots of people have an unreasonable expectation of how fast the weight-loss will occur. Remember that 4-8 lb per month is decent weight loss and sustainable,
Following Fad diets
Not all diets are equal, and it depends. Do not be tempted by clickbait titles as there are many factors that play into weight loss more than "CLICK HERE FOR 50 POUNDS GONE". Sit down with a doctor to find out the best plan for you.
Stress plays a huge role in your hormone system. How you manage your stress has a lot to do with your behavior, the choices you make, and especially in the path to a healthier life,