When embarking on a weight loss journey, lots of people find themselves mesmerised by the apparently wonderful effects of yo-yo dieting and all those diets that seem strict enough to actually make a difference. But do we really need strict diets to lose weight? And most importantly, what do those diets do to our mind and body?
For several years now, smoothies have been the talk of the town when it comes to healthy alternatives for active and busy people looking to better their lifestyles. But as we have previously covered in some of our articles, a smoothie is not necessarily the best option when it comes to weight loss or diets that require you to eat less to no sugar, because of all the fruits that go into it.
An active and healthy lifestyle, although it doesn’t always come easy, is the liaison that keeps everything in our lives at satisfactory levels. Looking to lose weight? Eat healthy and stay active.
More and more people are interested in leading a healthier life and making the necessary changes in order to feel and look better. But unfortunately, due to the fact that most of us can’t pause our busy lives and properly cater to the needs of our body, we end up choosing “healthy” foods from supermarket shelves or listen to random advice about what we should or shouldn’t eat.
People who go to the gym need to obey different nutrition rules than those who chose not to exercise, even if we are talking about losing weight and keeping strict diets. In order to deal with all the effort, your body needs your “before and after” the gym meals to be in accordance with your workout.
One of the hardest parts of weight loss and dieting is seeing that your results are not as satisfying as you wanted them to be, especially if on the surface, you’re doing everything right. Sometimes, all you need is a trick or secret to get from mediocre results to astonishing ones, things like a little bit more workout during the day, a Teatox in the morning or a magic meal that will help your metabolism burn more fat.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? We’re not saying that working out and dieting will not bring results, or that you can lay on the couch all day and still have perfect abs, but there are indeed a few tricks that will help you stay in shape even without diets and exercises. What’s the catch then?