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5 Easy ways to loose weight By : Ryan Beitler

Updated on March 17, 2016

Multiple ways to loose weight : The painless way

Everyone now a days could afford to shed some pounds off the waist, at least that is most of us. Fish is becoming more popular and if its something you really don't get the chance to eat you should definitely think about getting to your nearest seafood restaurant.The number one and biggest problem for people to adjust is their diet. You can still maintain the regular foods you enjoy, just try adding in some healthy things here and there like a salad, fruits or vegetables. Cherry's and pomegranate juice are becoming more popular now a days with good reason, as cherries can help your bone strength.Pomegranate juice has a direct positive effect on arteriosclerosis and maintaining a good cholesterol level.It is also linked and known to help control blood pressure . If your not a big fan of veggies try adding them into sauces or soups in small amounts. Never know what the outcome could be if you don't try mixing some things up.Nothing wrong can happen in trying to spice up what your taste buds might like! So give it a shot! If you don't like walking or really don't get a lot of exercise at your daily job, make sure you sweat off those calories in your love life with your soul mate "). Not a lot of people can say they love drinking water, but it also would definitely help in adding this into your diet in more quantities and even vitamin water. Try cutting back on things like soda and especially beer if you consume a lot! Try indulging in some fine wines and spice maybe even your life up!If your a smoker, I am not ganna tell you to quit but it has been known to be linked to obesity.

  • Cut the grass as often as needed with a push mower.
  • Instead of always looking for the best parking spot, park farther and take the walk.
  • Vacuum more often .
  • Never blow leaves, rake as much as possible when needed.
  • If you ever take the bus, get off a a stop before yours or close and take the walk.
  • If you have stairs in your house, use them more often with a little more pep.
  • Sign up for charity walks or any events that could gain positive workout results. Even bagging groceries would do.
  • Next time you're in the shower, crank up your favorite music and jam. Nothing is better then getting your blood pumping.
  • Avoid as much chocolate as possible.
  • In morning time use jelly instead of butter.
  • Avoid sitting as much as possible.
  • Go swimming! Who doesn't love the water.
  • Get more active with your pets or buy a dog. A great partner!
  • Pick up a second job if you can spare the energy and time. Nothing like gaining an extra buck while maybe moving in a fast paced environment.
  • Chew gum more often.
  • Drink vegetable juice at quantities if it is a liking.
  • Drink Green Tea
  • Stay away from soda and artificial fruit drinks at any costs!
  • Sleep more often. You wont eat lol "0
  • Trying adding mushrooms to your diet like in sauces and such.
  • Keep a food journal. Studies show that people watch what they eat more often with better results.
  • Watch the food portion size of each meal. Make sure fruits and veggies are present.
  • Have a daily set exercise routine if you can hack it.
  • Blue! Think about it . There is a reason blue is not associated with restaurants.
  • Eat hot peppers. Especially Thai food. They are known to boost your metabolism.
  • Instead of super sizing your next fast food visit. DOWNSIZE!
  • Rice and beans is a good implant into your diet.
  • Eat at home more often, try cooking yourself.
  • Eat a good breakfast. Whole Grain Cereal!
  • Buy a bike. If you don't want to ride it to work. Start mountain biking. Great exercise and fun.
  • Use turmeric in your recipes. Researchers think it slows the growth of fat tissue and increases fat burning. Great in stir fry.
  • Drink rooibos tea. If you can find it. Better then green tea and naturally flavored.
  • Eat pickles
  • Try yoga
  • Take power naps here and there
  • Make the middle meal the biggest
  • DO NOT EAT AT NIGHTTIME.ESPECIALLY BEFORE SLEEP!
  • Go for walks if you don't bike.

Drink plenty of water. Our body needs a lot of water so drink it as much as possible. Water is not just way to flush out toxin but if you have more water in your body you will generally feel healthier and fitter. The best thing about water is that is has no calories at all.

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Foods to eat and loose weight

Delicious foods that help you diet? It sounds too good to be true.

No doubt: Weight loss comes down to simple math. You have to eat fewer calories than you burn.

"Certain foods can help you shed body weight," says Heather Mangieri, RD, a spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, "because they help you feel full longer and help curb cravings."

Some even kick up your metabolism. So take this list when you go to the supermarket:

Dark chocolate, sausage, nuts, and eggs? They're all on the list. It's about feeling full and satisfied.

1. Beans

Inexpensive, filling, and versatile, beans are a great source of protein. Beans are also high in fiber and slow to digest. That means you feel full longer, which may stop you from eating more.

2. Soup

Start a meal with a cup of soup, and you may end up eating less. It doesn’t matter if the soup is chunky or pureed, as long as it's broth-based. You want to keep the soup to 100 to 150 calories a serving. So skip the dollops of cream and butter.

3. Dark Chocolate

Want to enjoy chocolate between meals? Pick a square or two of dark over the milky version. In one study, chocolate lovers who were given dark chocolate ate 15% less pizza a few hours later than those who had eaten milk chocolate.

4. Pureed Vegetables

You can add more veggies to your diet, enjoy your "cheat" foods, and cut back on the calories you’re eating, all at the same time. When Penn State researchers added pureed cauliflower and zucchini to mac and cheese, people seemed to like the dish just as much. But they ate 200 to 350 fewer calories. Those healthy vegetables added low-cal bulk to the tasty dish.

5. Eggs and Sausage

A protein-rich breakfast may help you resist snack attacks throughout the day.

In a study of a group of obese young women, those who started the day with 35 grams of protein -- that’s probably way more than you’re eating -- felt fuller right away. The women ate a 350-calorie breakfast that included eggs and a beef sausage patty. The effect of the high-protein breakfast seemed to last into the evening, when the women munched less on fatty, sugary goods than the women who had cereal for breakfast.

6. Nuts

For a great snack on the run, take a small handful of almonds, peanuts, walnuts, or pecans. Research shows that when people munch on nuts, they automatically eat less at later meals.

7. Apples

Skip the apple juice and the applesauce and opt instead for a crunchy apple. Whole fruit blunts appetite in a way that fruit juices and sauces don’t.

One reason is that raw fruit has more fiber. Plus, chewing sends signals to your brain that you’ve eaten something substantial.

8. Yogurt

Whether you prefer Greek or traditional, yogurt can be good for your waistline.

A Harvard study followed more than 120,000 people for a decade or longer. Yogurt, of all the foods that were tracked, was most closely linked to weight loss.

That doesn't prove that yogurt caused weight loss, but it stood out among other foods.

9. Grapefruit

Yes, grapefruit really can help you shed pounds, especially if you are at risk for diabetes.

Researchers at Scripps Clinic in San Diego found that when obese people ate half a grapefruit before each meal, they dropped an average of 3 ½ pounds over 12 weeks. Drinking grapefruit juice had the same results.

But grapefruit juice doesn't have any proven "fat-burning" properties -- it may just have helped people feel full.

Be careful: You cannot have grapefruit or grapefruit juice if you are on certain medications, so check the label on all your prescriptions, or ask your pharmacist or doctor.

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