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Published on June 2nd, 2012 | by No Artificial

Weight Loss Tips: How to Burn Fat?

For most, shedding pounds and keeping it off is a long term challenge. All too often, we make weight loss far more complicated than it needs to be. Successful weight loss does not require a sophisticated diet plan or extremely rigorous eating guidelines.
Adopt these behaviors — they’re simple to add into your daily plan, and you’ll be slimmer and much healthier in days!


The proper diet is the key to beginning the weight loss challenge. Your diet should be rich in vegetables, fruits and whole grains and low in fatty foods and sweets. Eat 4 to 6 smaller meals each day. By eating every 2-3 hours you will maintain healthy blood sugar levels, which in turn will keep your metabolism steady and will help you to burn more calories throughout the day. This also will keep you from feeling extremely hungry. Most important, never eat after 7 PM to allow finish digestion of your last meal before going to sleep.


Water plays an essential role in every level of your body’s functioning.
In fact, our bodies are composed of about 70% water. All our biochemical reactions occur in a watery environment. Drinking water also affects weight loss, because water works as a natural appetite suppressant by filling up your digestive system. If you’re exercising as part of your weight-loss regimen water not only will keep you hydrated during your workout, but also will boost your overall workout and will increase your calorie-burning potential.


To be successful in any weight loss plan, it’s essential to incorporate an exercise regimen. It doesn’t need to be intense, but should be done on a daily basis. Use a combination of strength training and cardio and be sure to train for at least 30 minutes per day. Because a single pound of fat equals about 3,500 calories, the more calories your workouts burn, the more fat you’ll lose.

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