Top 10 Tips For Quick And Effective Weight Loss

by : gooddoctor

To lose weight is the goal of millions of people around the world. Here are 10 simple tips for everyday life to gain quick and significant weight loss.

1. Do not skip meals, eating raises your metabolism; skipping meals may fool your body by slowing down its metabolism in order to reserve calories for future energy demands.

2. Exercise regularly, make exercise part of your daily schedule. Exercise raises your metabolism and burns off extra fat.

3. Eat a well-balanced diet containing the necessary nutrients for optimal health. Use the Food Pyramid and the label of nutrition facts on food products to help you select a healthier diet.

4. Eat no more than three small meals and 2-3 snacks every day; not three big meals.

5. Drink 6-8 glasses of water throughout the day.

6. Hot water with some lemon prior to breakfast will jumpstart your metabolism

7. Reduce your junk food intake
Avoid junk food like potato chips, cookies, pies, cakes, and all kinds of high fat.

8. Eat more raw vegetables
Use raw and green vegetables as your major intake as much as possible.

9. Avoid processed food whenever possible, some examples of processed food include breads, pastas, crackers and most cereals. Eating them to excess isn't a good idea. These foods tend to be high in calories and low in nutrition.

10. Sleep Well, sleep 7-8 hrs daily, sleep is very essential for the smooth functioning of your organs. When you are soundly asleep all your organs are effectively working and thus drain away your excess fluids.

So if you follow these tips you are sure to achieve your targeted goal and loose weight consistently.

My goal is to equip you with the knowledge to become a more informed consumer and dramatically increase your chances of buying a quality hoodia product rather than one of the many fraudulent ones floating around the Internet, or even found in retail stores.
Hoodia Gordonii is one of the twenty types of Hoodia plants that grow in Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. They are succulent and belong to the family of Aselepiadaceae. Although they look like a cactii they are not.
Hoodia gordonii has a unique property, that blocks the sense of hunger and makes you feel full. The San tribe of the Kalahari Desert eats this plant when they go on a long hunting trip to prevent hunger and thirst.
Any harmful effect from Hoodia products is caused by misuse. People with eating disorders force themselves to eat because of the hunger. But now they can pop a pill and go about without discomfort. That would prove to be very dangerous to their health. Another safety hazard is the adulteration of Hoodia. As the plant is in short supply, adulteration by the suppliers is rampant. Some manufacturers, knowing this, attempt to make their product effective by adding stimulants like ephedrine and caffeine. This may create unspecified side effects.