Diets Don't Work: 4 Ways To Lose Weight Naturally and Effectively

Armen Hareyan's picture
Advertisement

Any doctor worth their salt will tell you diets don't work.

Well, you might be surprised. You can't get away from all the talk about South Beach, Atkins, Low Carb, Zone. It's on TV, in magazines, everywhere you look.

Of course there are the diet pills, drugs and other expensive methods to lose weight. While they may be appropriate in certain cases, by and large they aren't necessary. Some can actually be dangerous to your health.

What does work, what's been proven to work time and time again is something very simple, a lifestyle change. You may not want to hear it, but it's true. You can't eat thousands of calories, rich desserts, sugary snacks, excess fat and tons of carbs, get little or no activity and expect to lose weight with a pill.

You'll be surprised to know that you don't need to stop eating or have to exercise for hours every day to lose weight. Just a few simple lifestyle changes added daily can turn your life around quickly. You will start to lose weight within days and feel better as well.

Here are 4 tips you can use to get started today:

Drink water

Advertisement

Drinking lots of water is probably the single most important thing you can do for your health. When you get up in the morning, start with a full glass of water before you start your day. Then get and additional 10-12 glasses of water in throughout the day.

Eat slowly

Chew your food 10-12 times before swallowing. Your saliva starts the digestion process, and if you don't chew enough, your stomach has to work twice as hard and many times you don't get much out of the foods you eat, except maybe some indigestion.

Split your entree

When eating out, split your entree with your dining companion. Most restaurants now serve portions that are up to 8 times the recommended serving size. Supplement with a salad, soup or vegetable to complete your meal.

Avoid sodas

Did you know that an average soda has 14 teaspoons of

Share this content.

If you liked this article and think it may help your friends, consider sharing or tweeting it to your followers.
Advertisement