Hey,  are you desperate to lose weight? You should read this one!

  If you are fat or have a bigger tummy and desperate to lose your weight I think we feel about frustration on how to lose weight to getting body goals and of course to look great in the eyes of judgmental people's right? Did you decide to plan your diet, taking diet pills, and doing a workout? If yes I feel you I've been there because of desperation to lose weight I did all of these however something's happen what is that? I'll tell you more.


  Doing these is nice to inspire people and also for yourself it is nice to wear your clothes that you didn't wear before. It's so nice to see if you lose a lot of lbs. and you did your part so what's next after all of these? Are you healthy even though you didn't eat a lot because you avoiding getting fat? Are you ignoring food that you loved before anyway this blog gives you an explanation about the Pros and Cons of Weight Loss so anyway what is weight loss?




    Weight loss Weight loss is a decrease in body weight resulting from either voluntary (diet, exercise) or involuntary (illness) circumstances. Most instances of weight loss arise due to the loss of body fat, but in cases of extreme or severe weight loss, protein and other substances in the body can also be depleted. 



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 These are my story on how to lose weight well it's been a year when I decide to lose weight so here's my photo before 


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So What now? Then here are the Pros of Weight Loss

Pros
 
   Taking an extreme approach to lose weight fast may help you get the most out of your diet right out of the gate. Without bogging you down with science jargon, the human gut has a variety of bacteria working to keep it healthy. Heavier people tend to have gut bacteria that’s best-suited for digesting a large amount of calories. Thinner people, on the other hand, carry bacteria capable of breaking down a lower calorie diet.

This is, in part, why people tend to lose more weight at the start of a diet than they do after a few weeks. Your gut bacteria needs time to adjust to your new diet. This means that there’s a window of time where you’re burning a larger amount of calories at a lower level of intake. You can get the “most bang for your buck” by putting in the extra discipline up front. A week of extreme weight loss dieting may provide a temporary solution for those looking to stun at a wedding or turn heads at a high school reunion.
 
    



 When I lose 10kgs it changes my lifestyle including my body well I stuck of lessening food of carbohydrates which is not good because it gives you a lot of energy but eating of too many carbohydrates it gives you a lot of cholesterol that you cause you fat and bigger tummy without exercise so that time I sick I feel a lot of dizziness that I can't focus on what I'm doing then also I got lower blood temperature that can make me look pale so that's it in a shot I'm getting sick. 

Here are the Cons of Weight Loss

Cons

 While an extreme weight loss diet is a realistic short-term strategy, it is by no means sustainable in the long term. Real weight loss requires a lifestyle change. It’s incredibly difficult to follow the strict dietary demands extreme weight loss often entails. It’s arguably more difficult, however, to face your own free will and exercise discipline through portion control. Few following such a strict diet will develop the healthy habits for sustained weight loss. On top of this, it’s easy to push yourself too far.

As you cut calories drastically, you put yourself at risk for daytime drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, dizziness (especially upon standing), and a myriad of other symptoms. Significant muscle loss and severe digestive issues are also common. Maintaining a daily caloric intake below 300 calories (as is often the case in overzealous dieters) can lead to severe mental impairment and hair loss. Prolonged periods of extreme dieting can alter your resting metabolic rate (the number of calories the body burns in a resting state).  This may cause you to gain weight faster in the future.

Realization

  You can continue to eat the way you do now, without having to lose weight. You can eat whatever you want, however much you want, and you will be free from worry about health problems whenever you want to be associated with a high-fat diet. You can eat out at almost any restaurant and have a large variety of foods to choose from, including ones that taste great and ones that are cheap and convenient. However Increased risk for health problems, such as heart disease, stroke, some cancers, and diabetes. You will need to learn some basic facts about food, so you will know how to reduce your fat intake You will be free from worry about health problems associated with a high-fat diet. You may able to lose weight anytime with proper exercise and a Balance diet. When you decide to lose weight you need to take a lot of vitamins to avoid sickness and great immune system. Motivation is okay as long as you know how to maintain your health I hope you learn things after reading this blog. Thank you.


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  1. It's so important to take your weight loss slowly. A drastic approach iss o bad for you.

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  2. Excellent post. Taking it slow and making sure you are properly supplementing are both so important. It's good for your health in the long run to lose weight, but you have to be healthy while you're doing it, too.

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  3. For me, losing weight is so much about my diet and not the exercising. I'm trying to focus on that right now actually

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  4. you have elaborated the side effects of too fast and too drastic weight loss regime so well and i would say that the weight loss on personal level at ur end is amazing

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  5. It is also a struggle for me to lose weight. Making it a habit to eat slowly and nutritious food is my way of doing a bit of exercise.

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  6. Almost 2 months ago, I completely changed the way I was eating. While weight loss is a part of it, it's not what I'm focused on. Still, I've lost 15 lbs and feel better than I have in a long time.

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  7. Losing weight is not easy and you can't do that in a snap of 1 2 3. It is important to take it slowly with cooperation of proper exercise and a balance diet.

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  8. Thank you for sharing your experiences. I never really had to worry about my weight until now so I am trying to figure out what works best for me. I am going for the slow and steady approach myself too.

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  9. I agree with doing proper exercise and balanced diet. I was in my heaviest state last year (55 kg) - mainly because I stopped most of my exercise (CrossFit, bjj and yoga) and I've indulged (lots of yummy food) hahaha! You're right, losing weight shouldn't be abrupt and we should have a plan. Congratulations on your journey! You look great!

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  10. My goal this year is to loose weight as well. I love the outcome and can't wait to have the same outcome!

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  11. Slow and steady wins the race. Just remember that when you are losing weight.

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  12. Wah you hit the nail in the head. Great points to ponder on, thanks for sharing.
    Anas

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  13. very wise! I agree there are pros and cons to everything and balance should be there for sure

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  14. I have been taking it slow. I have seen the scale go up and down a bit, but my main focus is on being more active than I have been previously.

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  15. Losing weight slowly is definitely the way to go for longevity.

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  16. Good summary of the pros and cons. I have found in the past that if I lose weight too quickly I will put it all straight back on as soon as the diet finishes.

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  17. I've always felt like quick, extreme weight loss isn't the best idea. Slow and steady wins the race.

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  18. Thank you for being candid about your weightloss journey. I also struggle to staying fit but one thing I learned which you pointed out in your post is that the journey needs to be sustainable and rewards come long term.

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  19. As someone who has been quite ill with anorexia nervosa for the majority of my adult life, I personally struggle to support the diet culture we've all come to know. While it's good to be healthy, health and weight are two seperate things.

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  20. I didn't even know that there was a con to losing weight unless it's really extreme. This is really interesting.

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  21. Congrats to your body goals. Such a great accomplishment. I did try chia seeds and exercise but I was stuck after a month when I became very busy, until now. hehe

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  22. Congrats, you did an amazing job - lozing weight is anything but easy except indeed in the beginning :)

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  23. I agree with your pros and cons of an extreme weight loss. It might help right away, but then a transition to a healthy lifestyle is needed for the long haul. My dad lost a lot of weight doing the intermittent fasting and he is healthier because of it!

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  24. Such great points you have made. It's better to lose fat safely than too fast. :)

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  25. I really love the points you made. It's really helpful to think about.

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  26. I need to lose my wieght but dear, your points are really good!

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  27. Really insightful post and thanks for sharing - I think as long as it's done for the right reasons and in a healthy and sustainable way that is positive for both the body and mental wellbeing than it's great - but self loathing or yo-yo dieting isn't

    Laura x

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