Beginners guide on how to lose weight fast and safely

If you’ve been trying to lose weight for some time, the chances are, you are feeling overwhelmed with the quantity of health information available on weight loss—weight loss pills, low-fat diets, low-carb diets, counting calories, counting carbs, you name it, they have it.

Your best hope is that one of those hits would provide a credible, actionable and practical guide that will help you lose the unwanted pounds and body fat fast as they promise.

But instead what you get is outdated weight loss tips or health experts who can’t seem to agree on what actually works and what doesn’t.

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That’s even without advice on fad diets, weight loss pills and quick weight-loss plans that you already know don’t work as they promise. This makes losing weight feels like mission impossible.

Not being able to find easy and simple answers to healthy, safe and permanent weight loss is frustrating.

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We get it.

That’s why we created this simple guide on “how to lose weight fast” with only science-backed, safe and sound weight loss tips.

It’s practical and actionable, so you can finally start losing weight, burning unwanted body fat and living a healthier and happier life that’s less prone to sickness.

There are many ways to lose weight, but according to the latest research, we outlined the most important ones below.

This simple weight loss guide outlined here will help you:

Keep a Food Diary:

Let me kick off this list with one simple trick that’s neither exercise nor food restrictions.

Best of all, it can double the weight you lose.

According to one study conducted by The Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Health Research, people who keep a food diary lose twice as much weight as those who don’t.

The findings were from one of the largest and longest running weight loss maintenance trials ever conducted.

Keith Bachman, MD, a Weight Management Initiative member adds that “writing down what you eat doesn’t have to be a formal thing. It can simply be posting a note to yourself or sending yourself a text message. What’s more important is that the process of reflecting on what you eat and how much you’re eating that helps us become more aware of our habits and prevent mindless munching.”

In addition to keeping a food diary, participants were asked to follow a heart-healthy DASH diet which is short for (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension).

The DASH diet is rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat or non-fat dairy.

Takeaway: Tap into the power of keeping a food diary. By doing so, you’ll become more aware of what and how much you’re eating.

Writing down the foods you eat is a good first step towards developing healthier eating habits and getting rid of unhealthy ones that are blocking your weight loss.

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