I thought I would look for differences between fast and long-term weight loss. The vast majority want to keep diets short-term with fast results, but it is not exactly healthy. Often, the fast weight loss diet must be followed very carefully, and only in urgent cases … otherwise, the long-term diet is always more beneficial (even in terms of health).
Why Choosing Long-Term Weight-Loss Diet?
According to experts, losing 1–2 pounds (0.45–0.9 kg) per week is a healthy and safe rate, while losing more than this is considered too fast. However, you may lose more than that during your first week of an exercise or diet plan. When you’re trying to lose weight, it’s tempting to want results as fast as possible. But losing weight fast, even belly fat is unlikely to help you keep the weight off – and it also comes with health risks. The long term diet, however, is the perfect solution to lose weight in a healthy way, having more than one benefits. With a proper meal plan, some daily exercises (10 to 15 minutes), and having trusted weight-loss recipes, you’ll have a perfect body in a few months. Some slimming recipes have also detox properties, and you’ll have these benefits too.
Tips for a healthy weight-loss
- Eat more proteins: A high-protein diet can help boost your metabolism, and keep you fuller for longer. Search for protein-based recipes.
- Take out sugar and starches from your diet: People who follow a low-carb diet lose more weight. Taking sugar and starches out from your meal-plan helps you reduce the carb intake.
- Eat slowly, or very slowly: Chewing your food thoroughly can help you feel fuller for longer and eat less food. Take this advice: If you have eaten 60%-70% of your meal, stand up and watch TV