How To Lose Weight Fast Without Exercise? 10 Simple & Effective Tips
Published on Apr 09, 2021
By Dr. Surya Bhagwati
Chief In- House Doctor
BAMS, DHA, DHHCM, DHBTC | 30+ Years of Experience
There are plenty of myths surrounding weight loss, one of the biggest ones being that you cannot lose weight without exercise. However, the truth is that most people can lose weight without exercising.
In this post, we will list out 10 simple and effective tips that will help you lose weight fast without exercise.
10 Weight Loss Tips That Work Without Exercise:
1. Never Skip Breakfast
Many people think that they can lose weight fast by skipping meals – these people are wrong. It is scientifically proven that skipping meals (like breakfast) does not help with weight loss. Skipping your breakfast can make you feel hungry during the day, resulting in unnecessary snacking.
2. Always Plan Your Meals
The best way to sticking to your chosen healthy meals is to plan them out ahead of time. Plan your week’s meals so that you have everything ready when cooking.
3. Count Those Calories
Being overly obsessed with your calorie count is not good for your weight loss. But keeping track of how much you eat is essential to know your weight loss progress.
4. Integrate Some Movement In Your Day
While we are focusing on losing weight fast without exercise in this post, it does not mean that you should lead a sedentary lifestyle. To contribute to your weight loss, simply walking or taking the stairs at work can help. Just focus on integrating more movement in your day-to-day life.
5. Maintain An Eating Schedule
Get your body into the habit of eating on a schedule. This helps reduce the snacking temptation while also helping to better keep track of your diet.
6. Eat Out Of A Smaller Plate
When it comes to plates, size matters. Eating out of a smaller plate can let you eat a smaller portion discreetly. It also gives your stomach enough time to tell your brain that it is full since it slows your eating rate.
7. Do Not Keep Junk Food At Home
The best way to avoid the temptation of junk food is to not have any at home. Rather than chocolate and biscuits, stock your pantry with oats and unsalted popcorn.
8. Get Enough Sleep Every Night
It is found that poor sleep habits can make it significantly more difficult to lose weight. Consequently, getting enough good sleep can help your body relax, boost your metabolism, and lower stress levels, supporting healthy weight loss.
9. Do Not Strictly Ban Foods
While you may want to lose weight fast, it does not mean that you should be deprived of all the foods you like eating. Use your calorie calculator to enjoy an occasional treat to keep your spirit up during this weight loss journey.
10. Drink Plenty Of Water To Lose Weight
Sometimes people think they are hungry while being thirsty. Water also helps flush out toxins and waste from the body.
My Take On The Best Way To Lose Weight Fast Without Exercise:
I have found that no one weight loss technique stands above the rest. For instance, the best way to lose weight for you may be different to your friend. In other words, the only way to find out the best weight loss technique is to talk to a certified expert.
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