by Ed Yourdon
Healthy weight management when initiated properly can lead to losing weight. However, before it is achieved, sensible goal and plan commitment are required to effect changes in the diet, lifestyle and eventually, the health.
On what basis should your diet plans be founded?
Before venturing into any weight-loss diet plans, knowing the waist circumference and body mass index are dependable methods in estimating the body fat and health risks linked to obesity or overweight particularly for people aged 19 to 70 years (with exception on pregnant women and lactating mothers, athletes, people suffering from chronically illness and body builders).
Research studies disclosed that the higher the BMI, the higher are the health perils. Dangers are even more severe for people who possess a waistline of more than 40 inches among men and 35 inches among women. Also, other factors can affect the health risks and this includes the medical condition.
By knowing your BMI, you can strategize your diet plans in favor of your health and body weight. Overweight and obese people should double their determination to lose weight. Include in your diet plans foods that will help you to lose weight. In knowing which foods contain higher calories, bad fats and bad carbohydrates, you can strategize your meal plans healthily. Healthy diet plans do not necessarily mean devoid of fats and carbohydrates, for these are critical to the health. However, strategize your recipes to include only foods that are sources of good fat and carbohydrates.
Before long, dieters can see remarkable changes in their weight. Naturally, weight loss plans will not be effectual without the physical exercises such as the cardiovascular and weight training. Physical activities as part of weight loss plans seal the authenticity of its effects. Moreover, to strategize your weight loss plans, water intake must also be included for it replenishes the body.