Weight Loss FAQs
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Cardiovascular (cardio) workouts are known to elevate heart rate, which is highly effective in weight loss. The greater the heart rate the more fat you will burn.
They are a plethora of diets out there that promise rapid weight loss, but research has shown that a large percentage regain the lost weight within 2 years. A healthy diet in combination with consistent physical exercise helps reduce excess fat but retain the muscle.
Sleep deprivation is known to be a major risk factor for weight gain and obesity. People who gets fewer than 7 hours a sleep per night based on research are shown to have changes in their weight. Lack of sleep can leave you feeling foggy, low energy and drowsy throughout the day.
To see short and long term weight loss results, it is best to exercise 4-5 days per week. For maximum results, it is best to incorporate cardio and strength training exercise.
The foods you eat can have a major impact on your weight. When trying to lose weight, you should avoid French fries, Potato chips, Sugary drinks, White bread, Candy bars, Alcohol, Pastries, Pizza etc. Avoid processed junk foods as these are high in refine sugars, fats and refine wheat.
When it comes to weight management, eating some foods may be more beneficial for you than others. Such as beans, legumes, fruits, vegetable, lean meat, poultry, low fat milk, plant based milk and or protein.