How to maintain weight after weight loss

It’s not as hard to lose weight as it is to keep the weight off after­ward. Sure­ly many of us have encoun­tered this prob­lem, because, accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, only two out of ten women man­age to main­tain a new, slen­der fig­ure. How to pre­vent the dropped kilo­grams from return­ing like a boomerang? To do this, you need to fol­low a few sim­ple rules.

How to maintain weight after weight loss


1. The right exit from the diet

Do not jump on food right away, grad­u­al­ly add foods that were pre­vi­ous­ly impos­si­ble to your diet. Dur­ing the first two weeks after the diet, it is worth adding 200 kcal to the dai­ly diet due to the “right” car­bo­hy­drates and fats, but for­get about rolls and sweets, replace them with whole grain bread, dark choco­late and nuts.

2. Stick to fractional meals

Try to eat 5–6 times a day in small por­tions (150–200 g). This will pre­vent your metab­o­lism from slow­ing down.



3. Have breakfast

Nev­er skip break­fast, oth­er­wise there is a risk of overeat­ing at lunch, there­by sort­ing out the required dai­ly allowance of kilo­calo­ries. In gen­er­al, try not to skip meals, because this is a direct path to overeat­ing or slow­ing down the metab­o­lism.

4. Plentiful drink

Drink about two liters of pure water a day. Drink a glass or two of water 15 min­utes before meals (this will pre­vent overeat­ing), then do not drink for an hour so as not to inter­fere with diges­tion.

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5. Healthy lifestyle

To main­tain a new shape, the body needs to receive phys­i­cal activ­i­ty, 30 min­utes dai­ly. Start the day with a work­out or walk at a brisk pace, make such activ­i­ties reg­u­lar. Get rid of bad habits, because it leads to excess weight.

And of course, believe in your­self, love your­self, then you will cer­tain­ly keep the achieved form and be proud of it.


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