Eat whole, unprocessed foods that are high in nutrients and low in calories to support healthy weight loss.
Resistance training can help build muscle and increase metabolism, which can lead to more efficient fat burning.
Protein can help you feel full and satisfied, and can also help preserve muscle mass during weight loss.
Sugary beverages can add a lot of empty calories to your diet, and may also contribute to insulin resistance and weight gain.
Alcohol can be high in calories and can also increase appetite and decrease inhibitions, leading to overeating.
Chronic stress can increase cortisol levels, which can lead to weight gain and make it harder to lose weight.
Lack of sleep can disrupt hormones that regulate hunger and metabolism, making weight loss more difficult.
Regular exercise can help burn calories and improve overall health, while also reducing stress and improving mood.
Fasting can help reduce calorie intake and improve insulin sensitivity, which can support weight loss.