7 day diet plan for weight loss in Nigeria. Lose weight in one week in Nigeria.

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You have probably read so many tips on how to lose weight fast within 7 days (one week) or even in 24 hours. You have also watched videos where all sorts of uncertified “experts” giving their thoughts on how to shed fat fast….

The truth is losing weight is a big deal and making it time bound makes it even also most impossible to achieve….Weight loss journey is a ardous and tortous road that you need to understand to be able to manouvre.

Please read this passage to understand to complexity of weight loss:

Losing fat is not the same as lΓ΄sing weight. Anybody can lose weight. When you fast or skip meals, your weight drops – you are not burning fat, just painfully losing your muscle and water from your body. Weight loss and fat loss are not the same thing. You must learn to distinguish between the two. The scale can be very misleading if it’s the only criteria you use for measurement. For example, a woman could weigh 50kg and have 33% body fat. That’s what I call a skinny fat person. In contrast, a female bodybuilder could weigh 65kg and be quite lean,with body fat as 14%. With this in mind, your goal should never be weight loss.

7 day diet plan for weight loss in Nigeria
Losing weight is not just a 7 day thing….it is much more than that.

Your goal should be losing fat while maintaining muscle. Your muscle is the engine thatcontrols fat loss. Secondly, when you starve yourself or skip meals, you also starve the muscle. When you starve the muscle, you lΓ΄se muscle along with the fat. When you lose muscle, your metabolism slows down and your body enters the starvation mode. When your body enters starvation mode, fat loss comes to a STOP as your body tries to conserve its energy.

When the fat loss stops, you both give up (and gain back all the fat you lost), or you grit your teeth and drop your calories (starve yourself) even more. If you drop your calories even more,your metabolism slows down even more. And if your metabolism slows down even more, fat loss comes to a screeching STOP again.

Eventually, you will end up frustrated and worried why dropping your calories or skipping meals is not giving you the results you need.You will remain fat, irrespective of doing the things above. If you want to get results, you will have to change the wayyou perceive dieting. And no, you don’t have to fast to lose weight, instead you will do the opposite, eat more. But wait, doesn’t eating more food cause weight gain? You ask! Yes, it does. But, there is a way to eat more that allow you to lΓ΄se all the fat you have gathered all your life.

Do you understand this basic concept about weight loss? Good. Now let us go to the main topic of discussion.

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πŸ”₯ 7 day diet plan for weight loss in Nigeria

πŸ‘‰ The weight loss industry is full of myths.

πŸ‘‰ People are often advised to do all sorts of crazy things, most of which have no evidence behind them.

πŸ‘‰ However, over the years, scientists have found a number of strategies that seem to be effective.

πŸ‘‰ www.nimedhealth.com.ng has partnered with weight loss and nutrition program to bring you 26 weight loss tips that are actually evidence-based.

1. Drink Water, Especially Before Meals
2. Eat Eggs For Breakfast
3. Drink Coffee (Preferably Black)
4. Drink Green Tea
5. Try Intermittent Fasting
6. Take a Supplement
7. Cut Back on Added Sugar
8. Eat Less Refined Carbs
9. Go on a Low-Carb Diet
10. Use Smaller Plates
11. Exercise Portion Control or Count Calories
12. Keep Healthy Food Around in Case You Get Hungry
13. Take Probiotic Supplements
14. Eat Spicy Foods
15. Do Aerobic Exercise
16. Lift Weights
17. Eat More Fiber
18. Eat More Vegetables and Fruits
19. Get Good Sleep
20. Beat Your Food Addiction
21. Eat More Protein
22. Supplement With Whey Protein
23. Don’t Do Sugary Drinks, Including Soda and Fruit Juice
24. Eat Whole, Single-Ingredient Foods (Real Food)
25. Don’t Diet β€” Eat Healthy Instead
26. Chew More Slowly

Sources;

Bibian Peter Ebere.

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