Speaking of intervals, high-intensity interval training (otherwise known as HIIT) has been shown to be incredibly effective for weight loss. Because the workouts are so intense, you don't need to put in an hour — or even 30 minutes — at the gym. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, seven minutes is all you need to get in the best shape of your life.
6. Embrace moderation. We like to follow the “80-20 rule.” Eat and live as healthfully as you can 80% of the time and let go 20% of the time to indulge. You may find that it feels so good to be healthy you don’t crave treats as often. For holidays and parties, make a plan ahead of time and stick to it. Schedule one day of indulgence (or even just one meal) and get back to a lifestyle that supports your body the next morning.
Often times, we think the best weight-loss strategies start with a lofty exercise program. But the reality is that workouts are only one part of the picture, and there are a slew of recommendations for how much exercise we should be getting on a regular basis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), for example, recommends that adults should exercise 150 minutes a week at a moderate intensity, or incorporate 75 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity. Meanwhile, a study published in Circulation found that the amount of exercise we get has a direct relationship to our heart health—the more you get, the healthier your heart will be—and they suggest two full hours a day as the new goal.
Taking your lunch break earlier in the day can help you lose weight, according to a study published in Obesity. They found that participants who ate their lunch early in the day lost 25 percent more weight than those who dined after 3 p.m, even when they ate the same foods and the same amount of calories. Why? Waiting to eat until you’re starving may trigger cravings for junk food at night, the researchers speculated.
Meal prepping takes a few hours a week, but it's worth it: By getting your meals ready ahead of time, you won't be so tempted to order your go-to Chinese takeout when you're tired and hungry after work. "When you plan an entire week of dinner in advance, you're way less likely to go off course and indulge in foods that aren't good for you," says Pamela Salzman, a certified holistic health expert and cooking instructor. And since you planned things out, you'll actually get the protein, fruit, and veggies your body needs — and you'll lose weight in the process.
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