Best Tummy Weight Loss Exercises:
Nothing burns tummy fat quicker than goofolf fashionedcrunches! hard Crunches are still the number 1 position when it comes to chub burning workouts.
Re-think your morning beverage
Instead of pouring creamer with artificial sweetner in your cup a joe , swap in skim, almonds or hemp nutmilk. If you have one cup each day, you can save at least 620 calories each week with this 1 simple tip.
Eat your fruit, don’t drink it
While 100 % fructose ladened fruit juice is packed with plenty of nutrients, it’s also disgustingly jammed withsugar and calories —and only takes nanosecs to gulp down. Here’s a startling comparison: a 16-ounce glass of orange juice is about 220 calories. For the same amount of calories, you can enjoy two full cups of strawberries, half a cantaloupe, and 2 kiwis! Of course, the juicy and delicious whole fruit comes packaged with filling fiber, so you’ll feel satisfied with much less and save major calories.
Cut guacamole with salsa
While avocado rich guacamole is healthy and yummy, it’s also huge in calories. Instead, make SALSA MOLEstyle. This yummy updated blend gives you the same mouth satisfaction for half the calories. Break out the chips and dig in.
Do this a few times each week —hopefully with veggies versus chips — and at the end of this month, you’ve saved yourself the calorie equivalent of almost 7 slices of pizza.
Use new varieties of flavored vinegars instead of salad dressing
Diet and exercise may help maintain weight loss
Programs focused on both diet and exercise may help people who have lost weight keep the pounds from creeping back on, according to a new analysis of past studies.
Orlistat, an obesity drug, may also be effective when taken at higher doses, researchers found.
More than one third of U.S. adults are obese, and obesity raises the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer. Losing weight – and keeping it off – can reduce those risks.
“Long term weight loss through changes in eating and physical activity is possible, even in adults who have already acquired obesity related illness, and effective weight loss programs are now available,” researchers led by Stephan Dombrowski of Newcastle University in the UK write.
They pooled data from 45 studies that included a total of 7,788 adults who had lost at least five percent of their body weight. The studies looked at people’s ability to keep the weight off for a minimum of one year.
Forty-two of the studies included an initial phase meant to produce weight loss. The participants in those studies lost an average of about 24 pounds.
The studies all looked at medication or lifestyle changes such as diet, physical activity and meal replacements, either alone or in combination, to help with weight loss maintenance.
The researchers found that people participating in programs that combined diet and exercise gained back 3.4 fewer pounds after one year compared to people receiving no extra help with weight maintenance or standard treatment only.
They also found that combining Orlistat with behavioral changes resulted in 4 fewer pounds regained after one year compared to participants who took a drug-free placebo.