Experiencing a weight loss plateau is a normal part of losing weight.
Reaching a weight loss plateau is simply a way for your body
to tell you that losing weight means you're losing a little muscle, too.
You've been exercising daily. You've improved your
diet. And you've seen the number on the scale decrease. Not only do you look
better, you feel better, too. However, you reach a point where you no longer
are seeing results, despite the effort you are making to do so.
A diet rich in fat not only affects your waistline
but can also damage your eyes! Fat can cause changes in the bacterial
communities of your gut and can eventually increase risk of developing
age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or aggravate the blinding disease, warns
Every woman has stubborn fat she just can’t shift —
whether it’s love handles, plump knees or chunky thighs. Some of us obsess over
our bingo wings, while others know their stomachs will never be flat, however
many diets they try.
People who use gadgets to help them lose weight tend to lose interest very quickly. They tend to reward themselves even on losing an inch which is certainly not a very good idea.
Tracking your calories and the number of steps you
have walked a day will certainly not make you lose weight, says a new study!
After a two-year study, University of Pittsburgh researchers learned that
people who rely on fitness trackers lose less weight than their peers who don’t
shell out for the wearable technology on their wrists.
The implication is that the more weight you lose, the hungrier you become,No wonder dieting is so damn difficult!
By Elizabeth Narins
If you’ve ever tried to lose weight by eating fewer
calories, you know that restricting what you eat can trigger super-strong food
cravings. Just knowing that you’re not supposed to have that second slice of
pizza mysteriously makes you want it more.