Weight loss is probably the most discussed nutrition topic in the past decades due to the obesity epidemic that has occurred as part of our food culture.
The solutions are offered from supermarket tabloids, diet books and fad diets that just keep coming as part of the flourishing obesity industry.
The following article offers some common sense advice on how to lose weight. No gimmicks, fad diets, or starvation here – just plain good advice. The same advice applies aptly to the principles that can enhance the chance that any achieved weight loss will be maintained.
Every weight loss plan should include the information we need to keep our weight steady which is healthier than yo-yo dieting (regain, loss, regain) patterns that unfortunately occurs so often. What is the sense of losing weight when it only comes back?
Making these simple lifestyle changes requires some patience, vigilance, and dedication; however these changes have been substantiated by research and have stood the test of time when it comes to weight loss. That is the most important thing one should remember before any weight loss attempt. Forget Paleo and Keto extremes and follow a diet you can incorporate into your lifestyle.