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Lose 6 Pounds In 4 Days With This Magic Fat Burning Drink

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You have probably tried to lose some weight by eating less and moving more, using a lot of weight loss drugs or different kind of unhealthy and even dangerous diets? The results of those actions are mostly starving and weakened immune system. Actually there is a much easier and healthier way to lose weight. Have you try to flush out the fat deposit by drinking some tasty and healthy drink? Today we’re going to present you very effective fat burning drink. Prepare it for yourself at home, put it on your diet plan and  lose 6 pounds in 4 days!

Lose 6 Pounds In 4 Days With This Magic Fat Burning Drink

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 Tbsp Grated Ginger
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 4 Lemons
  • 12 Leaves of Mint
  • 8 Glasses of  Water

HOW TO DO IT?

Peel and cut the fresh cucumber and cut the lemon into pieces. Mix all the ingredients in a jar refrigerate for night before consumption, and that’s all – you can start drinking it next day.

Make sure to consume this healthy drink for at least four days, preferably in morning.

Lose 6 Pounds In 4 Days With This Magic Fat Burning Drink

BENEFITS:

The result of consecutive consumption is losing weight and getting a flat stomach without any starvation, as long as you paired it with controlled healthy diet.

This effective fat burning drink will help you flush out fat deposits by boosting metabolism, just because water is base ingredient.

There is no side-effects of drinking it every day, so you can enjoy drinking it as much as you want.

Source:http://healthyfitgenerator.com

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Now, Eat Fat To Cut Fat-Low Carb Weight Lose

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The keto diet which lets you gorge on fats like butter and cheese while staying clear of carbs is helping some Indians shed the kilos.

Going on any diet is a test of will power. But the ‘Nos’ of the ketogenic diet (KD) make you wonder if this is what J K Rowling’s Dementors eat -no sugar, no bread, no rice, no fruit, no dal, no onions… all high-carb stuff that defines comfort food. What you get to eat instead is fat.

Eating fat to cut the fat? If that seems illogical, it seems to work. Shriyam Bhagnani, 23, came down from 95 kg to 75 kg in nine months by following the keto diet. “I limit my carb intake to just salads. At home I cook my own food according to the diet guidelines.When I am travelling I usually eat omelettes and kebabs, and carry protein shake powder,” says Bhagnani, a social media consultant in Mumbai. She pairs the diet with weight training as it enhances the outcomes.

Normally, we meet 45-65% of our calorie requirement from carbs; keto cuts it to just 5-10%. You are not allowed to consume more than 20 gm of carbs a day but eat more fat – 70% of calorie requirement. The diet trains the body to derive energy from fats instead of carbohydrates. Glucose from carbs has been linked to obesity, diabetes and cardiac diseases. But when fats are metabolized they create ketone bodies or ketones, which can be used as fuel, just like glucose, by human cells. The name ‘ketogenic’ comes from ketones.

Standup comic Tanmay Bhat weighed 250 kg in February 2015. With some basic workout and controlled eating he got the scale down to 150 kg, and in January this year he started on the keto diet and vigorous weight training. “Now he is down to 120 kg and aiming to knock off another 20kg,” says his coach, Ranveer Allahbadia, who shares videos of keto recipes on his YouTube channel, Beerbiceps.

Most trainers say it works best with a daily workout but Priya Dogra Aurora, 39, is relying purely on keto without having stepped inside a gym. “I have been on keto since January last year. At the time I used to weigh 100 kg and now I am 62 kg,” says Aurora, who lives and works in Shimla. She researched the diet online and created recipes that can be made using local ingredients. “Keto is a western diet and relies heavily on non-veg food items and special ingredients like heavy whipped cream, which are not easily available in India,” says Aurora, who shares her recipes on her website, ketoforindia.com.

However great it may sound, keto is a controversial diet. The initial transition period, when the body is getting used to metabolizing fats for energy instead of carbs, can leave some dieters low in spirits and energy, with brain fog and nausea. These symptoms, called the ‘keto flu’, last for a couple of days. Because fruits are off-limits, dieters may also face constipation and certain nutrient deficiencies.

Drawing lessons from his own experience with keto, Allahbadia doesn’t recommend it to everyone, and only to those who have failed to lose weight by traditional workouts and diets.

NOT JUST A FAD
Long before weight watchers discovered it, KD was being used to treat epilepsy. The diet was developed in the US in the 1920s. In India, Mumbai-based neurologist Dr Janak Nathan has been using it since 1996. “We have used this in uncontrolled epilepsy in over 370 children, infants, adolescents and adults till now. The rate of success is around 60%, having more than 90% control of seizures. We use it as a treatment option only in cases where standard medicines have failed to help,” says Dr Nathan.
Disclaimer : The views and opinions expressed by the Doctors are their independent professional judgment and we do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of their views. This should not be considered as a substitute for Physician’s advice. Please consult your treating Physician for more details.
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Science Says That This Is The Secret To Making Your Weight-Loss Last

When it comes to losing weight, many of us know that keeping those pounds off permanently is often the hardest part. In fact, according to Live Strong, almost 65 percent of dieters will gain back the weight they lose within three years.

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Looking to discover how to keep weight off for good, a new study has found that the key is in riding out the initial twelve month period. The Danish study ultimately found that after twelve months at your goal weight, keeping the weight off will become far easier, as by this stage the body has adapted to its new weight.

The study enlisted the help of 20 obese participants, putting them on a strict low-calorie diet for two months. During the two month period, participants lost 13 percent of their body weight. After the initial period of time the group were switched to a less intense diet that was intended to maintain their weight-loss.

The study found that after the two month mark, ghrelin (the hormone that makes your feel hungry) spiked significantly – by 23 percent. While this may seem unusual, apparently it is simply the result of the body’s natural instincts kicking in and trying to gain back the weight lost.

After 12 months on the maintenance diet, the study found that the levels of ghrelin once again decreased and participates felt less hungry. The study also found that GLP-1 and PYY3-36 ( the hormones that make you feel full) also increased at the 12 month mark.

So the moral of the story? If you are looking to lose weight and keep it off long-term, working hard for 12 months could be the key to making your weight-loss a permanent change

source;http://www.m2now.co.nz/

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15 Teeny Tiny Changes To Lose Weight Faster

If your goal is to lose weight and exercise more, forget the deprivation diet and marathon workouts. Research shows that taking baby steps—not giant leaps—is the best way to get lasting results. (Lose up to 25 pounds in 2 months—and look more radiant than ever—with Prevention’s new Younger In 8 Weeks plan!)

A study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine found that participants who made one small, potentially permanent change in their food choices and/or physical activity each week (such as drinking one fewer can of soda or walking 5 more minutes each day) lost more than twice as much belly fat, 2½ more inches off their waistlines, and about 4 times more weight during a 4-month program, compared with those who followed traditional calorie-restriction and physical-activity guidelines.

“When you focus on just a couple of small changes at a time, you begin to ingrain some healthy habits that last for a lifetime, rather than trying an all-or-nothing approach that more often than not fails because it’s too hard to follow,” says Lesley Lutes, PhD, an assistant professor in the department of psychology at East Carolina University.

We’ve uncovered 15 simple steps (with proven results) to help you move more, eat less, and look and feel better than ever. Add just one or two a week to your regular routine and you can lose nearly 3 inches off your waistline and be about 10 pounds lighter in a few months. Even better: Once these healthy habits become second nature, they’ll benefit you for a lifetime.

1. Pick up a pen
 1. Pick up a pen

2. Skip through commercials
 2. Skip through commercials
3. Limit high-fat foods
 3. Limit high-fat foods
4. Sign up for e-newsletters
 5. Walk 5 minutes more
5. Walk 5 minutes more
 6. Add mini strength-training
6. Add mini strength training
 7. Climb 3 extra flights
7. Climb 3 extra flights
 8. Take a pedometer with you
8. Take a pedometer with you
 9. Brown-bag it more
9. Brown-bag it more
 10. Obey the 1-mile rule
10. Obey the 1-mile rule
 11. Take 10 to eat a treat
11. Take 10 to eat a treat
 12. Eat fruit—don't drink 'em
12. Eat fruits; don’t drink ’em
 13. Get technical support
13. Get technical support
 14. Go old school with coffee
14. Go old school with coffee
 15. Sleep away weight gain
15. Sleep away weight gain
 source;http://www.prevention.com/