Weight Loss With No Dieting, No Pills And Even No Hard Excercises

Is that only a dream from the land of Utopia? In the real world, can you really lose weight without dieting, or doing hard exercises, or even without eating any dieting pills and stuff like that? – Yes, I’m claiming that you can, with my weight loss tips, but you have to be very patient and set up some long term goals for yourself. One year would be a proper timespan in going about lose some weight, this way…

It’s all about simple math, really!

Managing ones weight is in some aspects very alike bookkeeping. You will have to be in control of the income and the expenses. But in our bodies, it’s not a good idea to have too much of income or intake, then we will necessary gain some fat-weight and for most of us, it’s something we do not want to happen.

So is it not really about “just” eating lesser? No, you don’t have to eat lesser overall, or go around being hungry and maybe cranky. And you don’t have to eat any diet pills, or pulver, or anything like that either. But back to the mathematical thing.

My husband told me that he read of an experiment, about how large a quantity of ice water one have to drink, in order to lose one kilo* of body weight. I’ll tell you this, not to say that you should go and be an excessive ice water drinker, but as an example, a way of thinking of this matter, in very basic mathematical terms.

Pick other favorite weight loss tips from this list

* Eating hot spices

* Eating more protein

* Eating more fiber

* Eating so called “negative calories” – see note below-

* Eating more fat, but “only” Omega 3-fatty acids

* Drinking more water

Note: Negative calories doesn’t exist, but some vegetables will cause your body to use up more calories when digesting them, than they contains themselves: cabbage, celery and cucumber, just to mention some.

HHow tiny changes in your daily habits can help

The weight loss tips from me today, will also include making some tiny changes in our daily habits. For example, not just be sitting in front of a computer for hours and hours to go, but instead considering to stand up for a while. The bodys consumption of calories is slightly larger when you are standing up, compared to when you are sitting down.

If your body weight is 70 kilos*, then just sitting down will burn 105 calories per hour, but when you stand up it will increase to a 161 calories per hour, according to the METs scale. (MET = metabolic equivalent task).

Here’s a little half joke weight loss tip, to round up this article with: Next time you are meditating, assuming that you are, think deeply about changing your beer drinking habits (if you got such ones) from ordinary beer, over to light beer, or low carb beer. – Who knows how many pounds just that one little change will take off your (belly) weight, in a year, or so.

Good luck in incorporating your newly found weight loss tips into your daily life. Me? I’m practising some of my own tips and no, I will not reveal to you which ones though, sorry! – Well, we don’t have to go to the extreme, do we?

*Note: 1 kilo equals 2.2 Lbs.











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