Top 10 Weight Loss Tips for Working Women
Approaching weight loss can come with its own set of challenges and misconceptions. A large number of diets provide instant solutions promising quick weight loss. Diet pills, slimming shakes, sauna belts, herbal teas –the list is endless. But what is the best way to approach healthy weight loss, especially as a working woman?
Using both diet and exercise for weight loss advantage
We often hear complaints about how seemingly ‘difficult’ or ‘hard’ it is to lose weight. Sometimes the numbers on the scale don’t budge despite eating a relatively ‘healthy’ diet and exercising regularly.
Stay fit, plan intentional short breaks to move more during the day
It can get very tricky to stay active throughout the day. In today’s world, given that most of us have desk jobs, it is even more challenging. it is very important to plan your schedule, so you are moving more and sitting less through the day
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Walking : The Beginner's Schedule
Walking for 7 hours a week is associated with a decreased risk of type II diabetes and breast cancer. Walking for 30 minutes day or 3 hours per week is associated with a decreased risk of heart diseases. It is recommended that you walk an hour a day on most days of the week.
Boost the benefits of your walk
Walking is the safest, easiest, cheapest form of an exercise. Walking provides many health benefits as it helps to prevent weight gain, reduces the risk of blood pressure, heart diseases, diabetes.