11 reasons you might have gained a lot of weight suddenly

Look for these 11 causes of sudden weight gain and how they can affect your overall health and wellness. By identifying the cause of the weight gain, you’ll be better able to prevent or reverse the gain if you want to, determine if it’s a sign of a medical issue, and start feeling more like yourself again. Isadora Baum, Bustle – Business Insider

Don’t Weight

by Living Magazine – www.livingmagazine.net

It’s never too late to revamp your lifestyle As Americans continue to see their weight creep up, more and more people are focusing on how to lose weight with diet, exercise, and lifestyle change. Whether you need to lose five pounds or 50, we’ve compiled the best weight loss guidelines from top experts, no matter what your goals! Living at a healthy weight isn’t beyond your reach. Here are some quick tips to finding your best self. 1. Know Thyself! When embarking on any type of weight loss and exercise journey, speak to the experts. This may mean your general practitioner, but you can also consult a dietitian or a nutritionist. A dietician is a trained medical professional who can focus on your unique weight loss needs while taking into account your overall health and medical history. If you have a significant weight loss goal, start with a physician who can recommend you to a registered dietitian. A nutritionist doesn’t have the medical training that a physician or dietician may have, but they may have experience with alternative medicine. Their different Continue reading “Don’t Weight”

8 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Without Exercising

by Linda
www.ecellulitis.com

8 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Without Exercising First things first – what is metabolism? The term metabolism refers to all chemical reactions in the body, where energy formation is one its vital components. Let’s dig deeper into the subject. The key to metabolism is nutrition where the metabolic processes in the body rely on nutrients to produce energy enabling the body to synthesize new proteins, nucleic acid, etc., from the energy. Our body metabolism is based on three things: BMR – basal metabolic rate, thermic effect of the food and physical activity. BMR accounts for about 60 to 70 percent of energy we need for the fundamental body functions, like brain activity, breathing, heartbeat and so on. About 15 to 30 percent of energy we use for daily physical activity, exercising, for example. Only 10 percent of energy we use to digest food. So, to rev up our metabolism we should make certain changes to our diet, including more food that has an impact on our body to be more active in terms of energy burning. The faster the metabolism, Continue reading “8 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Without Exercising”