Welcome to the topic “Why Can’t I Lose Weight.”
Do you follow any weight loss eating plans? Are you exercising almost every day? Are you practicing new healthy habits, yet week after week your weight seems to stay the same, or maybe even increase?? Perhaps your workouts are not as intense as you think they are.
Perhaps your diet doesn’t fit your body type. Maybe you have a medical condition? Millions of people in the united states are trying to lose weight but are met with unknown obstacles that seem insurmountable.
If you are following a plan to lose weight but somehow can NOT actually lose weight, the problem may not lie in your plan. There are many factors that cause people to gain weight or even make it hard for them to lose weight. These factors need to be addressed before the weight issue is even considered.
Although it’s a hard pill to swallow, you may be aging and going in to a metabolic slowdown (don’t be in denial). In cases like these, you can try natural supplements to give your body the proper nutrients to help METABOLIC REGENERATION.
What may also contribute to your difficulty loosing weight is your state of mind. Are you depressed and/or stressed? Many people who are depressed overeat to ease their emotional distress. Anxiety, stress, or grief, causes the body to produce chemical substances that make your body more likely to store fat in different places, specifically around the waist.
Cortisol is a prime example. Cortisol increases sugar in the bloodstream. High level of cortisone can actually affect the brains ability to function properly. This increases your risk of serious health problems. This can also explain why fitness and weight loss programs seem to have no actual effect on your weight loss.
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Your eating habits may also be affecting your weight loss. Slow down and stop stuffing your face! Men and women have different calorie intakes. A middle-aged man needs about 1500 calories a day to lose weight where as a middle aged woman needs 1200 calories per day to lose weight. This all depends on the weight, height, and physical activity of the particular individual
For women, maintaining their weight loss may mean eating less than men in the long term. How women eat is crucial to their WEIGHT LOSS.
Different diets such as low carb diets, paleo diets, vegan dies and KETO diets should be practiced according to one’s individualized eating patterns and health needs.
Surprisingly, a great way to lose weight is to actually build muscle mass, which helps both men and women boost their metabolism. Having a higher metabolism helps to burn off calories, even when you’re sitting or at rest.
You can maintain muscle by doing resistance training at least twice a week, for 25 minutes per session. Since your metabolism slows down as you age, maintaining muscle mass becomes even more important as you get older.
Ways to maintain muscle mass are several. You can use machines at the gym, lift free weights, do push ups, squats , pilates, or simply use resistance bands. Although weight training helps to burn calories and prevents diabetes, the benefits of building muscle also prevents osteoporosis and increases metabolic rate.
In any event, you CAN and you WILL lose weight with the proper mindset, information, and dedication.
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