Strike a balance between exercise and diet

Incorporate healthy nutrition and regular exercises into your daily lifestyle and diet.

Get moving and keep yourself busy with physical activities. Whereas consuming calorie-rich foods is easy and takes a short time, losing it isn’t easy and takes more time; up to 140-calories for burn in an hour or so.

Exercise is the gateway to total weight loss. It burns excess fats stored in your body, something that eating a healthy diet alone can’t do.

What’s more, body muscles take up low fat space in your body to burn more calories. As a result, you boost your metabolism and ensure that your clothes fit better.

Engage in at least three short moderate-intensity exercise sessions of about 10 minutes each, daily. Vary your exercise routine to stay motivated and obtain results without boredom.

Create an all-round routine that includes:

  • Resistance training to strengthen your muscles
  • Cardio exercises for better heart health
  • Stretching for increased flexibility
  • Functional-fitness workout for balance

Keep moving throughout the day to avoid Living a Sedentary Lifestyle

Exercise, according to studies, has other benefits apart from weight loss and control. They include:

  • Reduced stress
  • Reduced risk for chronic conditions
  • Improves brain health and memory
  • Boosts self-esteem
  • Enhances sleep and body image