There’s ancient saying : If you find yourself standing in a deep hole with a shovel in your hands, stop digging. Yet when it comes to our rapid weight loss, most of us dig ourselves a little deeper into the hole every single day. As Thomas Moffett, said “we are digging our graves with our teeth” as we cram our bodies with high-fat, nutritionally empty foods, smoking and drinking too much alcohol.
If you can control your own sneaky weight-gain habits, you can definitely change your life.
Tweak just some of these habits everyday it could be help you to lose weight and enjoy beautiful moment in your life because life is too short.
Lack Of Sleep:
Sleep deprivation can increase your risk of obesity by boosting ghrelin and lowering leptin. According to Wake Forest researchers, weightwatchers who sleep nearly 5 hours or less than that put on 2½ times more belly fat, while those who sleep more than 8 hours pack on only slightly less. Shoot for an average of six to seven hours of sleep per night the optimal amount for weight control. A University of Vermont study discover that obese participants who reduced their television time by just 50% burned an extra 119 calories each day on average.
Fast food is a mass-produced food that is prepared and served very quickly, consumption of fast food is believed to be a major contributor to the rising rates of obesity in our society nowadays is that we are too stressed and full of activity to make healthy dinners at home, often opting to get fast food at the nearest drive-thru instead. Consuming too much fast food has been linked to, among other things, colorectal cancer, obesity and high cholesterol. So, having a high content of saturated and trans-fat, lack of fiber, and massive portion sizes, one of the biggest reason that can leads to obesity.
Too Busy To Exercise:
Exercise increased levels of dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine, which can help to improve mood and counter feelings of depression. Besides, exercise increased strength, muscle mass, decreased body fat, endurance, bone and bone mineral density, insulin sensitivity, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, improved cardiovascular health and appearance, blood pressure. Also, exercises are reduce the risk of injury from everyday activities. Unfortunately, from sitting in traffic, plopping in front of the TV in exhaustion and clocking hours at our desks, at the end of the day, exercise often goes by the wayside. Exercise may be one of the last things on your to-do list. If so, don’t worry you’re not alone. Most people live more sedentary lifestyle.
You Drink Soda:
There are many drinks that aid weight loss, but most people are like drinks that can lead them to fat. The average American guzzles nearly a full gallon of soda every week. A study found that consumption one to two sodas each day increases your chances of being overweight or obese by approximately 33%. And diet soda is no better. All sodas equally terrible, they all earn 100% of their calories from sugar. So, what should you be drinking? More water.
You Do Not Drink Enough Water:
The more water you drink, the better your chances of staying thin and healthy. Drink more water keeps you more energetic, and can even boost your metabolism moreover drink water before a meal can help you to avoid overeating and replace other beverages with water to get immediate results when it comes to weight loss. A German researchers found that 6 cups of cold water a day could empower a metabolic boost that incinerates 50 daily calories. As David Kirsch said: “When weight loss is the goal, I recommend avoiding alcohol, and drinking plenty of water throughout the day. I also recommend making time to complete intense full-body circuit workouts at least four times a week.” And don’t miss to eating water rich foods like apple, it keeps you hydrated and satiated.
You Watch Too Much Tv:
Obesity is a cause of death worldwide, it is more common in women than men. When you watch TV you’re virtually motionless. Your blood pressure, heart rate and metabolic rate decline, resulting in burning twenty to thirty calories less per hour. Recent research has found that people who regularly watching TV 2 hours per day are much more likely to be overweight than those who watched only half an hour per day.
You Skip Meals You:
Skipping meals of any kind results in an enormous bout of compensatory hunger. The problem is, skipping meals actually increases your odds of obesity, especially when it comes to breakfast. Research proved that people who eat healthy breakfast are less likely to be overweight, and that healthy morning meals seem to help those who’ve lost weight keep it off.
You Drink Out Of Plastic:
Bisphenol A is used primarily to make plastics. It’s commonly found in food storage containers canned foods, drink containers and children’s toys. Bisphenol A, commonly referred to as BPA, can negatively impact fertility in both women and men, and has also been linked to obesity. Glass water bottles are becoming a popular choice for many consumers worried about their health. This type of bottle is often BPA free and transfer minimal taste or odor.
You Use a Scale :
University of Minnesota researchers found that dieters who keep eyes on their weight every day, they discovered that the routine of stepping on a scale helped those people lose twice as much weight as those who weighed themselves less frequently. Tracking your body weight reinforces weight-loss goals and makes it difficult to cheat your diet.
Eating To Manage Feelings :
Emotional eating is known as overeating in order to relieve negative emotions. A study from the University of Alabama found that emotional eaters those who admitted eating in response to emotional feelings such as stress, anxiety and depression instead of hunger were 30 times more likely to be overweight or obese. Additionally, a study conducted by Bennett et al. found that individuals engage in emotional eating only when they are experiencing negative emotions, because they believe overeating alleviates negative feelings.
Eating Too Fast :
If your body has one major flaw, this is it: It takes about 15-20 minutes for your stomach to tell your brain that it’s had enough and start signaling feelings of fullness. Eating quickly lets you eat too much before you are fully aware of it. A study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that people who eat slow took in 66 fewer calories per meal, compared to those who eat fast, they felt like they had eaten more. May be you wonder what is 66 calories? If you able to do that at every single meal, you’ll lose more than 20 pounds a year. Scientists suppose that fast eating is a risk factor for the metabolic syndrome.