Losing Weight: How To Do It Without Working Too Hard

Maybe you’ve just come back from a vacation where you ate full English breakfasts every day? Perhaps you work in an office, so you don’t get a lot of exercise? Either way, you’ll probably want to lose some weight in the future. The issue is that most people feel daunted when it comes to starting the process. That is because they think it will consume their lives until their reach their ideal size. However, that simply isn’t the case. There are lots of things you can do to reduce fat without working too hard. On this page, you will find some suggestions designed to help you get started.

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Consume products that boost metabolism

Metabolism is the speed at which your body digests food and burns fat. When you don’t exercise often, your metabolism will slow down considerably. Thankfully, there are many products out there that could assist in reversing the process. Use the internet to read fat burner for women reviews before you make an investment. That should help you to avoid wasting money on items that aren’t going to perform as expected. Lots of websites provide reviews and testimonials from women just like you. So, take a look at their recommendations and place some orders. You won’t regret it.

Reduce your intake of sugar and fat

It sounds like an obvious suggestion, but most people seem to overlook this issue. Science proves that you will gain weight whenever you consume more calories than you burn. As you don’t want to spend time at the gym, you just need to reduce your intake of sugar and fat. That means planning your meals ahead of time and avoiding impulse purchases at the supermarket. Everyone loves to eat chocolate, but that isn’t going to help you reach your goal. So, search online for healthy meal ideas, and then create a shopping list of ingredients.

Drink more water

Most people don’t realize this, but the food isn’t the only reason for your weight gain. In many instances, the drinks you consume will also play a significant role. That is especially the case if you are one of the millions of women addicted to products like Coca-Cola. You need to leave those fizzy drinks on the shelves and drink as much water as possible. I read an article only a couple of weeks ago about a woman who started to drink eight pints each day. Within two months, she’d lost almost four stone! Amazing!

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Now you know some of the most important changes you need to make, nothing should stand in your way. It’s always sensible to get as much exercise as possible. However, it isn’t always realistic if you have lots of responsibilities. With that in mind, use the tips from this page to start on the right footing. You can then add to them with other advice you pick up during your research. If you struggle to lose weight, it might make sense to contact your doctor. Sometimes they will provide medication that can help to speed the process.


A reminder of my articles from my post here:

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  3. “First date tips for women”
  4. “Common mistakes women make in a relationship”
  5. “Why we should be careful with chemicals?”

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63 thoughts on “Losing Weight: How To Do It Without Working Too Hard

  1. Hi Simple Ula, I am wondering if you know of the movement away from diet culture and toward fat acceptance? It is a wonderful way to live and very freeing. To worry about diet and exercise all the time can steal your life away. I am a survivor of eating disordors and compulsive exercising. I finally had an epiphany six months ago and haven’t looked back. Please take a read, if you have a chance sometime. https://playinwiththeplayers.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/the-body-positive/
    https://playinwiththeplayers.wordpress.com/2017/03/30/bopo-revisited/
    In those posts there are a lot of resources listed too. Best to you.

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      1. I would be very interested to know what you think of what you read about non-diet living. You may not think it is for you or, maybe in the future or something but, please let me know. :)🎈

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  2. Healthy ideas / helpful post. Every (355ml / 12oz) can of Coca Cola contains 140 calories, which is way too much… especially when folks usually consume far more than just one can per day. Even worse, these calories are nutritionally empty… vitamin and mineral deficient.

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  3. Hi, Ula! I’ve been reeducating myself for a few months when it comes to eating. More fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts have become part of my routine. And water (and tea) help a lot to keep the body hydrated. But even when we don’t have time to go to the gym (which I hate, by the way) it’s important to find some time and space to move the body on a hectic routine, even by using the stairs instead of elevators, for instance (if one works at a place where the office is on the second or third floor). ^_^.
    All the best!

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  4. I have a very slow metabolism. If I eat a burger today. You’ll get to know it the next day. Haha. I have struggled with belly fat always.
    Although my Body mass Index is within the normal range. My waist hip ratio is somewhat more. But Im definitely looking forward to try your tips. I hope it’ll help. And I’ll let you know. Thank you so much. Great post !

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