Lose Weight, Love Food


Gone are the days when for many Africans, being voluminous in shape and weight was “a sign of good living.” In the 21st Century, what was cherished as “a sign of good living” has been thrown out with the emergence of globalization. Weight loss has become priority for most people, especially the youth, and food has become the victim of this growing trend. Not taking meals at all is perceived to be the easiest and fastest way to lose weight for many who find themselves in this circle.
The results gathered by many researchers on the impact of food on weight loss have only left evidence that choosing to skip meals with the hope of saving calories, actually end up in gaining more weight. The bottom line is, denying yourself food is not a healthy answer to weight loss. A reasonable weight loss plan that includes making healthier eating choices, exercising, and eating throughout the day should rather be your focus when working to shed off some calories.
Metabolism, the process by which the body converts what you eat and drink into energy, plays an integral part in the process of weight loss, and food is essential for proper metabolism. How quickly a person loses weight and burns fat depends on the rate of metabolism in the human body. Eating at regular intervals is important to keep the metabolic rate up.
A proper and fast metabolism means more calories burned. Each time you eat, enzymes in your body’s cells break down the food and turn it into energy that keeps your heart beating, your mind thinking, and your body gets more active. The more you burn, the easier it is to drop pounds. Not eating only makes you hungrier and you ate tempted to take in large quantity of food. This only hinders faster metabolism.
The health risks associated with skipping meals are not worth it, even if it does bring a temporary weight loss. Instead of skipping meals, take smaller quantities of quality food at regular interval. Adelle Davis has a nice way of describing the best eating habit that will aid your weight loss plan “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.”
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