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3 Simple Tips to Help You Lose Weight for Your Wedding

By Edited Oct 4, 2016 0 1
Lose Weight for Wedding (17998)

From the time most women are little girls, they dream of their wedding day - fancy dresses, gorgeous cakes, family gathered, and of course the lovely bride who is the center of it all. This is the one day in a woman's life when everyone's attention is focused on her and everything has to be absolutely perfect, especially the bride. For this reason, many brides often search for a way to lose weight for wedding.

However, losing weight before a wedding can be extremely dangerous if the weight loss is not carefully planned. For example, it is totally unreasonable to expect to lose 50 pounds in 10 weeks. If you must lose weight before your wedding, be sure that you begin far enough in advance to avoid potential life-threatening health problems. A healthy weight loss goal is planning on losing between 1 and 2 pounds per week. So if you want to lose 50 pounds, you should plan on at least 25 weeks to accomplish your goal.

Below are a few simple tips that can help you with your goal to lose weight for your wedding:

Water Works

Make sure that you are properly hydrated by drinking lots of water. To get a good idea of how much water you need to consume on a daily basis, divide your weight in half. The result is the number of ounces of water that you should drink each day. Making sure that you drink enough water not only helps you lose weight but ensures that you have enough energy also.

Get Your Beauty Sleep

The time leading up to a wedding can be very stressful. For this reason, it is essential that you get enough sleep. This means planning on at least 7 1/2 to 10 hours of rest each night. Getting enough sleep helps your body to replenish itself.

Get Some Exercise

Exercise is an excellent way to help you achieve your wedding weight loss goals. It also helps to relieve stress while giving you energy. This does not mean that you need to join a gym - a simple walk each day will work just as well.


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Comments

Jun 10, 2011 2:13pm
JanThinks
Glad to see you included sleep in the weight loss plan. Most people don't know that there is a direct link between sleep deprivation, increased appetite, and obesity. Good Work!
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