Science has given us many tangible and intangible gifts through the years. Some of the most useful intangible gifts that science has offered have been the recognition of laws and guidelines that govern our existence. Those guidelines have been used to create masterpieces such as mighty skyscrapers to making machines that are able to detect a cancer cell in someone’s body.
This makes science as relevant today as it has always been since its introduction to our modern world.
One of the most relevant sets of rules and guidelines that science has provided us with is the art of losing weight. It may seem difficult to do but in reality, the formula is simple. So allow me to share with you some simple guidelines that science has given us, to make weight loss easier and simple.
Unless you are intermittent fasting, breakfast should be a part of your daily routine. It saves you from overeating and eating unhealthy snacks during the day.
Use healthy snacks during the day
Snacking on fruits and vegetables helps to keep hunger at bay, also it helps to keep your metabolism going so you can burn more calories outside of gym time.
Prepare your own meals
This may sound like a silly suggestion but you know what goes into your food. Buying food puts you at a disadvantage because often times you will find someone using MSG and other harmful substances in your meals just to add flavor.
Drink more tea
Green tea is very useful if you are looking to burn calories as it keeps your metabolism charged and boosts your energy levels, but may not be the best if you are sensitive to caffeine.
These are just a few
These are only a few science-backed guidelines that you can incorporate into your lifestyle if you are trying to burn fat and lose weight.
The importance of water & diet should never be underestimated as it is the lifeblood to every cell in our bodies and we simply can’t live without it.
So proper hydration is a must, therefore, I encourage you to make it a habit of drinking more water today. It is a known fact that the human body is approximately 60% water and each day we need around 2.4 liters to replace what we lose through urination, sweat, and breathing.
Yet dehydration is a leading cause of disease as we are often fooled into believing that tea, soda, and juices can replace the water we lose. So here I am going to take a different approach and give to you, 6 facts that will make you want to drink more water. Water provides the fuel for your kidneys to effectively flush toxins from the body. If you don’t consume enough water, your kidneys hold onto toxins rather than get rid of them.
Drinking more water allows for the colon to be better hydrated, thus allowing for stool to be softened for better excretion.