I lost 2 kilos in a week

Our dietitians do not advise extreme weight loss, but there are healthy, sustainable approaches to jump-start weight loss. Fast weight loss can seem quite alluring. This is particularly true when fad diets and social media make it appear more feasible to lose 10 pounds in 10 days than it actually is. Yo-yo dieting or “weight cycling” is really linked to a higher chance of passing away. The reality is that losing weight is difficult for many people for a variety of reasons, including life stage, body composition, physical activity, genetics, and hormones. Additionally, weight is just one of many elements that affect our general health; it is not the be all and end all.
Our nutrition and fitness professionals would never advise extreme calorie restriction and excessive exercise for health reasons, but they also point out that if you try those methods, you’ll probably put all the weight back on faster than you lost it. The healthiest approach to weight loss is without a doubt changing your food and lifestyle as a whole. There are a few healthy suggestions that almost all of us can put into practice starting right now if you’re trying to lose weight in a healthy way that will last. Focus on including a variety of nutritional foods into your diet to support overall health and weight management rather than limiting particular foods and food groups. Produce naturally contains little fat and calories, but is also nutrient-dense and filling. The water and fiber it contains add volume to dishes. By substituting fruits and vegetables for ingredients with a higher caloric content, you can make delicious dishes that are lower in calories. Instead of starchy white rice, consider cauliflower rice.

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