Most of us obsess about how fast we can shed the weight we want to lost. The safer,more recommended route is to think about how we can lose weight steadily ,healthily, and be able to keep the weight off.

Set reasonable weight loss goals.

By setting a more practical target,we’re more likely to succeed and be encouraged to continue with the new eating and exercise regimen that got us there . Recent studies suggest a 10%reduction in body weight as the realistic starting aim. Slowly and surely is the better way to go. But always remember your personal worth is not measured in kilograms.

Drink Plenty of Water

When you’re feeling hungry, reach first for a glass of water. You could actually be dehydrated instead. Drinking six to eight glasses of water a day can help you curb your appetite and fill you up so you don’t over eat. Plus enough water ensures that both degestion and metabolism are working at their full capacity. And there’s no contest that water is the best substitute for any beverage,since it’s calorie-free. So drink, drink,drink water

Stay Active

You don’t need to do daily strenuous aerobic exercise in order to say farewell to some extra kilos.Committing oneself to such a strict regime will only be too much of a strain on your body,especially if it’s not used to such a workout , and it’s likely you won’t stick to the routine. Opt for something more doable.If you’re not accusstomed to heavy exercise then explore gentle yoga,walking,or low-inpact aerobic classes. Find something you actually like, not what everyone says is the fastest way to burn calories. Half an hour to an hour a day ,three to five days a week of mederate exercise is good enough. Aside from proper exercise , remember to keep moving during the day. Take the stairs instead of the lift. Squeeze your abdomen and buttocks as you’re waiting for the traffic light. Walk everywhere you can.

Don’t Starve Yourself

You need energy to get along in your daily life, as well as. To engage in a healthy amount of exercise.Not eating enough will only leave you feeling drained ,irritable,and can lead to long and short term medical problems. Don’t dip down below 1,200 calories per day.A diet plan that’s too low in calories will actually make it harder for you to lose weight,since your metabolism will slow down as your body attempts to conserve energy. It’s also essential that you eat breakfast since it fuels you for the day and you’ll be less likely to stuff yourself during lunch. Eat what you want (but do try to stay away from cake,ice cream, and junk food.) but do watch your portions. For example,eat half of what your order and take the other half home.