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6 Habits For Easy, Healthy, And Sustainable Weight Loss

For many of us, weight loss is not an easy subject to talk about.
But the good news is that if you build some good, healthy habits, it’s something that you can definitely achieve.
One of the most common mistakes for those who want to lose weight is to expect visible results in a very short time. Losing weight is hard work and should be done slowly so that the body can adapt to the changes.

So, for long-term and stable weight loss, it is necessary to be patient and work on it for a long time, accepting that real and durable results will not come overnight.
With the right habits you will notice the first results after a period of just 3 or 4 months.

So, let’s see which habits are necessary for achieving a sustainable weight loss.

1. Ditch Drastic Diets

Drastic diets may show some quick results, but unfortunately these disappear as soon as you start eating the wrong food again. However, this is not the only reason why you should avoid these regimes.
This is why it’s far better to lose weight in a healthy and gradual way and then maintain it with good habits.

2. Alternate Running And Walking

“Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired,” – Jules Renard

Sometimes laziness is understandably stronger than your motivation, and postponing workouts is a pretty common mistake. But if you want to lose weight, you must exercise too.

What I suggest is to workout at least 3 days per week. You can start slowly and increase intensity and duration every two weeks.

When I was 18 I was overweight, and I had tried all possible kinds of diets without seeing many results. But then I started to exercise, alternating running and walking 3 times a week, and I followed a healthy diet. This made all the difference. From that time on I no longer had weight problems. After following this plan for a year I saw very good results and I understood that the best thing to do was not only to have good eating habits, but also to exercise on a daily basis- even if only for 10 or 15 minutes.

3. Take a Walk Every Day

4. Drink A Lot Before Your Meals

One of the most common mistakes is ignoring how important drinking water is for our body to function optimally and for our general health.

5. Drink Apple Cider Vinegar

6. Make Vegetables The Biggest Part Of Your Meals

What do you think?

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