Healthy Weight

Balanced Dieting & Exercising

Eating a well-balanced diet can help you get the calories and nutrients you need to fuel your daily activities, including regular exercise. When it comes to eating foods to fuel your exercise performance, it’s not as simple as choosing vegetables over doughnuts.

My Approach to a Healthy Weight

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Weight Limit portion size to control calorie intake. Add healthy snacks during the day if you want to gain weight. Be as physically active as you can be. Talk to your doctor about your weight if you think that you weigh too much or too little.

Eating Clean

Clean eating focuses on consuming whole foods that are minimally processed and as close to their natural form as possible.  It is choosing minimally processed, real foods that provide maximal nutritional benefits.

Effective Exercise

If you have access to a gym, there’s nothing wrong with using exercise machines. But it’s also a good idea to sometimes forgo equipment and use the weight of your own body to work out.

Routine Planning

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Building a Diet for YOU and YOUR Goals

Set your goal Create specific, realistic goals to improve your diet. Decide where you want to start. Focus on one small goal at a time. This could be eating a healthy breakfast, being sure to get 6 to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day, or cutting back the number of times you eat fast food to once a week.

Having Healthy Weight Is More Than Just Eating Right. But Working Out Doesn’t Have to Be Hard and can be Minimal.

You’ve heard it before: To lose weight, simply eat less and exercise more. In theory, that makes sense. Actually, it’s not just in theory—science has proven that burning more calories than you consume will result in weight loss. But the trouble is that this only has short-term results. For long-term weight loss, it simply doesn’t work…

Finding a Balance for your Body is Important to Maintaining Results

Many factors can contribute to a person’s weight. These factors include environment, family history and genetics, metabolism (the way your body changes food and oxygen into energy), and behavior or habits. Energy balance is important for maintaining a healthy weight. The amount of energy or calories you get from food and drinks (energy IN) is balanced with the energy your body uses for things like breathing, digesting, and being physically active.

 But What About After?

How to Maintain Your Results

Maintaining a Healthy Weight

  • Limit portion size to control calorie intake.
  • Add healthy snacks during the day if you want to gain weight.
  • Be as physically active as you can be.
  • Talk to your doctor about your weight if you think that you weigh too much or too little.

How Much Physical Activity Do I Need?

Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week. You don’t have to do that all at once—break it up over the whole week, however you like. If you can’t do this much activity right away, try to be as physically active as you can. Doing something is better than doing nothing at all.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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To help lose weight faster, you should drink water before meals. True or false?

True. Drinking water, especially before mealtime, helps fill you up and makes you eat less. One study found that adults who drank two cups of water before each meal lost more weight than those who didn’t.

Water also helps you stay hydrated. When your kidneys are moving water through your body, your water weight is lower.

If you eat too much lunch, should you skip dinner? Yes or no?

Don’t skip meals if you’re trying to lose weight. You’ll feel hungrier later and be more apt to raid the fridge or nibble on junk — running your day’s calorie total potentially higher than from a meal. Missing a meal can also leave you less energized, making it less likely that you’ll exercise, an important thing if you’re trying to lose weight. Having small, nutritious meals and snacks between meals has been shown to help people lose more.Don’t skip meals if you’re trying to lose weight. You’ll feel hungrier later and be more apt to raid the fridge or nibble on junk — running your day’s calorie total potentially higher than from a meal. Missing a meal can also leave you less energized, making it less likely that you’ll exercise, an important thing if you’re trying to lose weight. Having small, nutritious meals and snacks between meals has been shown to help people lose more.
Breakfast is the key don’t-skip meal. Regular breakfast eaters are leaner than those who start the day on an empty stomach.

To lose weight, you should plan every meal. True or false?

True. Spontaneity is great for some activities, but eating isn’t one of them. Weight loss experts recommend planning your meals and snacks to make sure they fit into a well-balanced diet plan.True. Spontaneity is great for some activities, but eating isn’t one of them. Weight loss experts recommend planning your meals and snacks to make sure they fit into a well-balanced diet plan.
Without a good plan, you’re more vulnerable to the siren call of the nearest vending machine or bakery.

Which carbs should you avoid to lose weight?

Despite the popularity of low carbohydrate diets, your body needs this important fuel to work.Despite the popularity of low carbohydrate diets, your body needs this important fuel to work.
It’s healthiest to ditch carbs from sugar sweetened beverages like sodas, junk food and animal fats, while still eating some carbs from whole grains, fruits, and veggies.

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