Natural Weight Loss Tips
In general weight loss means fasting or eating less food as compared to
normal diet. But it’s not the real fact and according to medical experts
healthy eating can accelerate your efforts in losing weight.
for Weight Loss
• Drink at least eight glass of water in a day. Water not only protects
from dehydration but also dissolve the extra fatness to keep the body slim
• Avoid fried and roasted food. Take natural food and
include fruit and vegetable keep you fit and also reduce the extra
weight/fatness deposited in abdomen.
• Also avoid junk food and fast
food, as these are the main cause of obesity and cancer.
• Try to be
vegetarian. Studies shows that the non- vegetarian are more prone to the
disease like heart attack, Cancer, Diabetes and non-vegetarian become the
overweight where as vegetarian remains within the standard weight as per
medical weight chart.
• Morning walk for at least 30 minutes daily
should be in your regular routine. If possible make time for evening walk
too. It is also beneficial for your good health.
• Body massage is
very useful for weight loss. The luke warm mustard oil should be
massaged at least once in a week and than enjoys the bath. Massage and the
sun bath will not only activate your body but also reduce your weight, but
care should be taken that the massage over abdomen should be done anti-clock
wise and massage over the lower portion of the body should be upward and
massage over the upper portion of the body should be downward. In this
system of massage your blood circulation will be more effective and
friendlier to your heart.
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