Weight loss is not merely a calorie math.

Most of us believe that losing or gaining weight depends on calorie count, yes it is but the science behind this is beyond the single idea of the calorie count.

Calorie-count does make a difference but kind of calorie intake has more impact on weight loss than calorie-count alone. Calories can be categorized into good and bad calories or effective and non-effective calories. Whatever we consume, except water, have calories but how does our body take these calories depends on our metabolism.

Healthy foods constitute good calorie or effective calories, the question is why so? Any food which provides nutrition along with calories to help body functioning normally and build muscle, considered to be healthy food. 

On the other hand, if a food product is low in nutrition and high in calories, then our body has the tendency to convert these calorie units into fat and results in weight gain. Such food products are unhealthy and fat gaining.

Workouts and balanced diet

Knowledge of healthy food and balanced nutrition makes a person to lose weight effectively without being deficient in any of the nutrients (Vitamins, Minerals, proteins). A balanced diet and meal planning are required to make a weight loss programme efficacious.

The effectiveness of any weight loss programme depends on two things body metabolism and nutrition. Effective workouts not only make you build muscle or burn body fat but also make sure the metabolism gets better. Unless these workouts get support from a balanced diet, the effectiveness of the workout doesn’t last for too long.

A well-balanced diet includes an effective combination of macronutrients and micronutrients. Macronutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. The macronutrients form the building block and energy reservoir for the body. Micronutrients are Vitamins and Minerals. The micronutrients are required for normal functioning of biological processes in the human body. Often we overlook the balance between Macro and micro-nutrients while achieving a weight loss  goal      

Do skipping meals fastens the weight loss process? Let’s have a short insight

We often follow skipping-meals advice that is prevalent around us but this is not necessary at all, in fact skipping meals can make your metabolism go down along with the feeling of weakness.

What happens when we skip meals? Skipping meals send signals to the body to conserve energy and the body in turn replies by dropping down the metabolism and in a weight loss process if we do an intense workout with improper diet or keep skipping meals, an abnormal energy deficit develops which interferes with normal biological processes. So skipping-meals for weight loss may not be beneficial for body at all.

Few tips to fasten your weight loss process make it more effective.

— Maintain intense physical exercise for at least 20 minutes for 5 days a weak

— Adopt carb-cycle in the diet.

— Eat short meals 4-5 times a day but healthily.

— Avoid refined and processed food.

— Heaviest meal should be breakfast and lightest meal should be dinner. 

–Eat High fiber diet to get the low-fat body         

A science-backed well-balanced diet plan can do wonders to your fitness.  This is the foundation of all such programmes and to adopt one such programme, we can help you please contact me or visit www.psychrapy.com, where improvement is a promise.

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