Brisk walking for 30 minutes a day burns calories and boosts happiness. Walking after meals aids digestion and weight loss, according to a 2011 research.
According to 2019 Cochrane Library research, drinking more water can reduce calorie intake and increase calorie burn. So drink zero-calorie drinks.
Wine with dinner may seem harmless, but the calories add up rapidly. Drinking increases the likelihood of eating unhealthy, high-calorie foods.
Mentus explains, "Regular alcohol consumption can make weight loss harder due to increased calories and physiological stress from processing the alcohol.
Eating out is fun, but it's also a sneaky way to gain weight.
"When you're dehydrated, it's harder to get full, which can reduce the amount of food eaten," Mentus adds. Staying hydrated helps the body function well.
Simple—out of sight, out of mind. Junk food out of the house reduces temptation