Losing weight without Excercize?
Does anyone know the best way to lose body fat without exercising? Like best diet plan. I can't go out to exercise due to covid.
- 2 weeks ago
**10 Reasons why you need Keto for Weight Loss.**
**1.Low-carb diets reduce appetite**
Hunger tends to be the worst side effect of dieting.
It is one of the main reasons why many people feel miserable and eventually give up. However, low-carb eating leads to an automatic reduction in appetite. Studies consistently show that when people cut carbs and eat more protein and fat, they end up eating far.
>Studies indicate that cutting carbs can automatically reduce your appetite and calorie intake.
**2. Low-Carb Diets Lead to More Weight Loss at First**
Cutting carbs is one of the simplest and most effective ways to lose weight. Studies illustrate that people on low-carb diets lose more weight, faster, than those on low-fat diets — even when the latter are actively restricting calories. This is because low-carb diets act to rid excess water from your body, lowering insulin levels and leading to rapid weight loss in the first week or two. In studies comparing low-carb and low-fat diets, people restricting their carbs sometimes lose 2–3 times as much weight — without being hungry. One study in obese adults found a low-carb diet particularly effective for up to six months, compared to a conventional weight loss diet. After that, the difference in weight loss between diets was insignificant. In a year-long study in 609 overweight adults on low-carb diets, both groups lost similar amounts of weight.
>Almost without exception, low-carb diets lead to more short-term weight loss than low-fat diets. However, low-carb diets seem to lose their advantage in the long term.
**3. A Greater Proportion of Fat Loss Comes From Your Abdominal Cavity**
Not all fat in your body is the same. Where fat is stored determines how it affects your health and risk of disease. The two main types are subcutaneous fat, which is under your skin, and visceral fat, which accumulates in your abdominal cavity and is typical for most overweight men. Visceral fat tends to lodge around your organs. Excess visceral fat is associated with inflammation and insulin resistance and may drive the metabolic dysfunction so common in the West today.
Low-carb diets are very effective at reducing this harmful abdominal fat. In fact, a greater proportion of the fat people lose on low-carb diets seems to come from the abdominal cavity. Over time, this should lead to a drastically reduced risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
>A large percentage of the fat lost on low-carb diets tends to be harmful abdominal fat that is known to cause serious metabolic problems.
**4. Triglycerides Tend to Drop Drastically**
Triglycerides are fat molecules that circulate in your bloodstream. It is well known that high fasting triglycerides — levels in the blood after an overnight fast — are a strong heart disease risk factor. One of the main drivers of elevated triglycerides in sedentary people is carb consumption — especially the simple sugar. When people cut carbs, they tend to experience a very dramatic reduction in blood triglycerides. On the other hand, low-fat diets often cause triglycerides to increase.
>Low-carb diets are very effective at lowering blood triglycerides, which are fat molecules that increase your risk of heart diseases
**5. Increased Levels of ‘Good’ HDL Cholesterol**
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is often called the “good” cholesterol. The higher your levels of HDL relative to “bad” LDL, the lower your risk of heart disease. One of the best ways to increase “good” HDL levels is to eat fat — and low-carb diets include a lot of fat. Therefore, it is unsurprising that HDL levels increase dramatically on healthy, low-carb diets, while they tend to increase only moderately or even decline on low-fat diets.
>Low-carb diets tend to be high in fat, which leads to an impressive increase in blood levels of “good” HDL cholesterol.
**6. Reduced Blood Sugar and Insulin Levels**
Low-carb and ketogenic diets can also be particularly helpful for people with diabetes and insulin resistance, which affect millions of people worldwide. Studies prove that cutting carbs lowers both blood sugar and insulin levels drastically. Some people with diabetes who begin a low-carb diet may need to reduce their insulin dosage by 50% almost immediately. Ione study in people with type 2 diabetes, 95% had reduced or eliminated their glucose-lowering medication within six months. If you take blood sugar medication, talk to your doctor before making changes to your carb intake, as your dosage may need to be adjusted to prevent hypoglycemia.
>The best way to lower blood sugar and insulin levels is to reduce carb consumption, which may treat and possibly even reverse type 2 diabetes.
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
proper diet will do the trick.
- 3 weeks ago
Laxatives' its not very safe but it works on some eat semi healthy as well vegies fruit
- 3 weeks ago
Cardio is the best to lose weight.
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- Gordon BLv 63 weeks ago
Eating less calories is really the only way.
- .Lv 73 weeks ago
You can exercise at home (plenty of free workout videos online, just an FYI) although it's not necessary.
Make a lifestyle change. 80% of fat loss is about what you eat, so that’s more important than exercise. Any "diet" you go on may help you lose some weight but you'll tend to gain it back if you go back to your previous ways. Unhealthy diets also can cause weight loss of tissue other than fat (such as muscle, especially if your calorie intake is too low). Use a calculator like this one https://www.freedieting.com/calorie-calculator to determine about what your calorie intake should be. You can lose UP TO 3 lbs per week in a healthy manner, but 1 - 2 lbs is much more doable and easier to maintain long term. Remember that as your activity level and/or your weight changes, your calorie needs change too. So, check the calculator as your weight goes down or your activity goes up or down, so you continue to consume calories at a level that will help induce fat loss.
Eat a healthy well-balanced diet at least 80% of the time...keep junk food, fast food, sweets, sodas, etc to a bare minimum (the occasional treat if you feel the need). Avoid as much processed food as you can. Focus on lean protein, fruits and veggies, complex carbs, healthy fats and and plenty of water. Keep your calories at a healthy level when working to lose fat. Cardio exercise is ideal for burning some extra calories. If you don't have an exercise program you want to use, youtube has TONS of fitness videos you can check out, not to mention just getting outdoors and going for a walk, run, or bike ride.
When you reach your goal, simply modify your calorie intake and/or exercise to allow you to maintain your weight instead of continuing to lose.
How to lose weight has been asked/answered here in various ways, literally THOUSANDS of times. That's why there's a search feature at the top of the page. There should be no need for anyone to type another answer to that question, because all the information is already available, if you just do a quick search.
- BreakthroughLv 63 weeks ago
the egg diet can lead to 20 pounds of weight loss in 2 weeks but should not be followed more than 2 weeks. Do a google search if you're curious.
- MamawidsomLv 73 weeks ago
Sure. Eat less. Weight loss is 80% diet. There are lots of eating plans. Find the BMI of your goal weight. That is your daily calorie limit. Eating low carb. Drink lots of water.
Also, COVID isn't an excuse for not exercising. There are hundreds of free workout videos on YouTube that you can follow in your home that don't require any equipment.
- MattLv 73 weeks ago
diet is way more important than exercise in losing weight - if you go on a keto-style diet, you will lose pounds. you can do exercise indoors by lifting weights or lying on the floor and doing planks, sit-ups, etc