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How To Prevent Excess Weight Gain

By Edited Sep 24, 2016 0 1

In Addition to Preventing Weight Gain, These Tips Also Help In Weight Loss.

No one wants to gain excess weight, but for many it creeps up on them when they least expect it. In most cases it happens gradually, and thus it makes it even more difficult to take control and prevent excess weight gain.

As difficult as it may seem, however, there are a few things that you can do to prevent excess weight gain. Here are just a few of those things:

Reduce Animal Proteins

Animal proteins have been linked to excess weight gain and obesity as they contain an unhealthy amount of saturated fats that block the signals to let you know that you have had enough to eat. Thus by reducing your intake you can reduce the amount of foods you eat and thereby take control of your weight.

Switch to Raw Foods

Switching to raw foods is the best way that you can prevent excess weight gain. Raw foods such as fruits, vegetables, herbs and nuts and seeds contain live enzymes and amino acids so that your body can create its own nutrients and proteins.

In addition, raw foods are high in fiber, which helps to clean the digestive system and speed up your metabolism.

Drink Lots of Fluids

Studies show that toxins contribute to weight gain. Thus fluids are very important as they help to flush out harmful toxins via urine and sweating. Fluids can also help to reduce hunger by making you feel full sooner at the table. The might also be able to take away food cravings when consumed in between meals.

Juice Fast

A juice fast is a great way to reduce or maintain your weight as it not only cleans out your digestive system, but it also gives it a break so that it can strengthen itself. A clean digestive tract is not only essential for helping you to maintain a healthy weight, but it also helps you to avoid many other diseases such as cancer, irritable bowel syndrome and autoimmune disorders.

Regular Exercise

Regular exercise is important for helping the muscles to remain strong and healthy. And although muscle tissues weigh more than fat tissues, they are more efficient in helping to burn off excess calories.

Reduce Stress

Prolonged stress is a major contributor to weight gain in the abdominal area. This is due to the stress hormone known as cortisol that is produced when you are stressed. Cortisol is essential for helping you to cope better, but when chronic stress is present, your body produces too much, which then contributes to excess weight gain.
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Dec 28, 2010 10:47pm
southerngirl09
Thanks for sharing this good information - information that I need to use.
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