5 Simple habits for effective weight loss

5 Simple habits for effective weight loss
You won’t hear me talk about dieting in any of my posts, restricting calories, or suggestions for “low-fat” foods. What you do hear me talk about, is eating whole foods that your body can easily break down and assimilate the nutrients it needs for health and vitality.

Losing weight is a common health goal of many people and there are many fad diets that can place greater stress on your body, causing it to retain fat or disrupt your metabolism more than if you had not gone on the diet in the first place. It can lead to a dangerous cycle of feelings of failure, frustration, hopelessness, and an unhealthy relationship with food.

I have a list of easy tips to support your body in a safe and gentle way towards shedding unwanted pounds while supporting the body’s natural metabolism, increasing energy, and improving immune functions. Add some or all of these into your current lifestyle plan to find a natural, healthy weight for you without adding stress on your system.

-Drink 8-10 glasses of filtered water a day.
I know it sounds so simple, but a lot of people struggle to have 10 glasses of water every day.

-Before you reach for your first cup of coffee, start every day with 2 cups of room temperature filtered water and the juice of half a lemon. This is a gentle way to wake up your digestion, gently detoxify your liver, and increase HCl production in the stomach so that food is properly broken down.

-Improving your digestion is also important as improper food breakdown of leads to poor overall nutrition and deficiencies which in turn can lead to cravings, overeating, and potential disease.

-Eat foods that are live and full of enzymes.
These types of foods such as leafy greens and citrus aid the breakdown process of food and help reduce belly bloat, gas, and intestinal troubles.

-Balancing our blood sugars can also help with cravings.
It is important to have a complex carb and protein at breakfast to start your day off right. Adding a healthy fat to a meal can slow down digestion and reduce blood sugar spikes.

Andriana xxx

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