The short answer is yes, you can lose weight with diet alone. The truth is, that diet is the main determining factor in whether or not you will lose weight. Many people think they need to devote hours a day to exercising if they want to lose weight, but the truth is that if you want real, lasting weight loss, all you need to do is change your diet.
While exercise alone rarely leads to significant weight loss, there are some exercises that can help boost your metabolism and make your weight loss diet more effective. By adding even one metabolism-boosting exercise into your daily routine, you can burn more calories even after the exercise so you can lose weight faster.
You might be doing everything right; you must be having intense workouts owing to the personal training, you are eating the right diet, you are resting well, but you are still not able to meet your weight loss goals. It can be frustrating to have a protruded lower belly, thick love handles, or fat thighs, especially if you are giving your best at the gym. Well, there are numerous reasons why you are not able to lose the extra fat around your body.
You are tormented by the question:Why can not I?
People suffering from excessive weight often find themselves running in circles, you lose some weight, and then you gain it back. It is a vicious cycle. You cannot lose weight by compromising the spirit of healthy eating and living habits and then forgetting the habits as soon as you reach your goal weight. We must make a commitment to continue healthy living habits after we reach our goal weight.
It is impossible for you to lose fat at will, you are not born with the right genes for fat loss, your genetics determine the characteristics of your fat loss process, and your fitness level is not set in stone. Your goal of "magical fat loss" isn't possible.
Greetings, Vocal readers. I want to talk about one of the most sensitive topics out there: weight. I’m here to talk about the Body Positivity movement and my thoughts on it. Plus, I’ll be talking about Health at Every Size hypothesis and the Fat Acceptance movement. Before I go any further, I want to make a few things clear: I am in no way fat shaming anyone, because I think that ridiculing someone’s body is disgusting and heartless. Second of all, everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Finally, what I’m about to tell everyone is coming from someone who looked and felt heavy at one point, but not obese. This is coming from a sincere place and out of genuine concern.
Being in great shape feels like a far-fetched dream for many. Something that is almost unachievable. Are you one those who try very hard to stay in shape but are unable to? Exercising and following all kinds of calculated diets are not making any difference?
Thinking of starting a diet? I highly recommend doing a round of whole30.