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Lose Fat But Keep It Off.

Achieving your ideal body weight is a common goal for many people. However, the real challenge is sustaining it for the long term. Crash diets and extreme workouts may give you quick results, but they are not sustainable in the long run. Below are my top tips on how you can be sustainably healthy, lose fat, and maintain your results without gaining your weight back.

  1. Set Realistic Goals: One of the keys to sustainable health is setting realistic goals. Losing weight too quickly can lead to losing muscle mass and other health issues. Instead, aim to lose 400-600grams per week, which is a healthy rate of weight loss. This allows your body to adjust to the changes and helps you maintain your results in the long run.

  2. Make Sustainable Changes to Your Diet: Making small but sustainable changes to your diet is essential to losing fat and keeping it off. Instead of following a strict diet plan, focus on incorporating more whole foods into your diet. Eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats within your calorie requirements. Avoid too many processed foods and sugary drinks. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.

  3. Exercise Regularly: Exercise is a vital component of sustainable health. Incorporate both cardio and strength training into your routine. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise five days per week. Strength training helps build muscle mass, which boosts your metabolism, helping you burn more calories throughout the day.

  4. Get Enough Sleep: Sleep is often overlooked when it comes to weight loss, but it's critical for sustainable health. Aim for at least seven hours of sleep per night. Lack of sleep can lead to increased stress, which can cause weight gain. Getting enough rest also helps your body recover from workouts and helps you maintain your energy levels throughout the day.

  5. Stay Consistent: Consistency is the key to sustainable health. Don't expect to see results overnight, and don't give up if you don't see immediate changes. It takes time to build new habits and see results. Stay committed to your goals and keep making small, sustainable changes to your lifestyle.

Achieving sustainable health is a journey that requires patience and dedication. By setting realistic goals, making sustainable changes to your diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and staying consistent, you can lose fat and keep it off for the long term. Remember, it's not about quick fixes or crash diets. It's about building healthy habits that will sustain your health for a lifetime.

Renee xx


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