It's that time of year where everyone is looking in the mirror and trying to drop a few pounds.
But could "Rituals and Routines" really be the key to your weight loss success.
According to Eve Hanson, in her new book: Rituals and Routines: How You Can Become Richer and Thinner by Using Them!, there are weight loss routines that can help you drop weight.
But more importantly - these routines can help you keep it off!
Most of us know about drinking water and eating small meals throughout the day. In this book surprising methods are reveal that really seem to work.
SOME FACTS ABOUT WEIGHT LOSS:
Intentional weight loss is, in most cases, achieved with the help of diets since dietary restriction is generally more manageable than making a significant change in one's lifestyle (although weight loss is generally associated with some degree of change in lifestyle habits) or beginning to practice a sport. In that regard, a wide variety of dietary strategies have been designed to meet the needs of individuals seeking to lose excess weight. Calorie-restriction strategies are one of the most common dietary plans.
Notably, daily calorie consumption for dietary purposes vary depending on a number of factors including, age, gender, weight loss goals, and many more. For instance, nutritionists suggest that a minimum of 1,200 daily calories should be consumed by women in order to maintain health. The daily calorie consumption by men, on the other hand, could approach 1,500.
It is important to note that these recommendations primarily target relatively healthy individuals who seek weight loss for a better body tonus. However, individuals whose obesity places them at an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, or other conditions, may follow a stricter diet, but only under the close monitoring of a physician and/or specialist. In some cases, obese individuals may need to restrict their daily calorie intake to 800 or even 500.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), healthy individuals seeking to maintain their weight should consume 2,000 calories per day.
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