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How Can I Burn Fat? – Health – Weight Loss
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Everyone has their own idea about slimming down and burning fat. According to some articles, doing cardio workouts will not will not let you get your slender self you are looking for, then others make statements that weight lifting and spot reduction is not doing it either. How do we honestly know what is the right way to burn fat?
In my opinion, it is not at all possible to find that perfect method. Even your doctor will tell you something different from everyone else. If you want to burn fat, they tell you to walk. I also think that it is great advice. It’s not too stressful on your muscles, and you will also be able to freely move around the next day, no limping due to over use of joints. The tracks in your local school are the best for walking, the tracks are softer than the asphalt laden roadways or sidewalks. They are less stressful on the joints. Since not everyone has access to a track, the sidewalks and roads are it. You could walk on a treadmill, but it is not as interesting as walking outdoors. Plus outside you can take a partner with you. Treadmills are lonely affairs. They are surely very handy on rainy days or if you live in an area like I do where we have winter. Walking on ice is dangerous, so the treadmill comes up then.
Simply exercise alone won’t will not give you that hour glass figure you dream to have. It is surely not a fast method. Apart from exercise you will need to eat proper foods to help you burn fat. I just read the other day that eating grapefruit along with protein some how accelerates the fat burning process. It’s something to think about. I do like grapefruit.
Watching how many carbohydrates you have on your plate is a good place to start. If you are eating potatoes, corn and bread with only a portion of meat along with it, that is a high carbohydrate meal and can add fat to your body over time. Our french fries with our meals we eat out along with a sandwich are loading us up on too many carbohydrates with only one meal. Even excess of cereals are full of carbohydrates. I am not saying that carbohydrates are bad, but with economy being in poor health and the people trying to stretch the meals and dollars, a lot are adding noodles and potatoes as big fillers to the menu. Quite many people have just mac and cheese dinners? I know of people who feed just burgers to their children to fill them up. Eat that a few times a week and then wonder why the children are fat. You will actually find eating a balanced diet to be as reasonable as eating a lot of carbohydrates. Eating proteins make you feel full faster.
Carbohydrates, proteins , fruits and vegetables all have an important spot on your plate. The carbohydrates provide you with energy. The excessive carbohydrates, that cannot be used up by our body, gets converted into fat. Proteins help you build muscle, fruits and vegetables provide you with much needed vitamins. Then there is the dairy too which is also important but does not need to be over done. I do use cottage cheese a bit in place of potatoes at times. You need to be sure to try and add something from all your food groups to your meal.
Eating right and exercise will help you burn fat. That is how people always use to do it. It’s time to get back to basics.
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