The 3 Roads to Better Weight Management

Losing weight is great but keeping it off is even better. Don’t you agree?

Many of us have been through the painful weight-loss-weight-gain yo-yo for far too long. We crash diet and exercise to the point of exhaustion till we reach our ideal weight and then what do we do? We go back to our old habits again! That’s a shame.

If you have been down that road, you should know that the secret to looking slim and svelte lies not just in weight loss but in better weight management. The good news is it is doable.

Wondering what are the 3 roads to better weight management?

Focus On Good Nutrition

Don’t take extreme measures like cutting out all high-calorie foods from your. Restrictive diets are difficult to sustain and chances are high you will not be able to keep that up. Instead, focus on maintaining eating everything in moderation. Eat plenty of protein, fresh vegetables and fruits and do indulge your sweet tooth occasionally.

Exercise Regularly

Regular exercise works wonders when it comes to weight management. It does not matter what exercise or activity you do as long as you pick something that you enjoy and are more likely to stick with for a longer time. You don’t have to join the gym if you don’t want to. Cycling or a walk in the park will work just as well as long as you do it regularly.

Drink Plenty Of Water

Water is the ‘magic pill’ of weight management. Keep a bottle of water handy and sip it through the day. Water keeps you hydrated and replaces the fluids you lose while exercising. It also prevents overeating and flushes out the toxins from the body. Six to eight glasses of water a day is what experts recommend.

As you can see, the road to better weight management is not all that difficult, is it?

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