Weight Loss

Weight Loss-3 Shocking Keypoints people miss

Beginning of weight loss

We see a lot of people taking various measures for weight loss (obesity). On the night of 31st December, a resolution is passed with cheers by pouring your favorite drink in glass…

The New Year’s resolution for 71% of people is to lose weight.

Starts with a new gym membership, a yoga class, a plan to get up and run in the morning, new boots for it, new clothes especially for exercises, a new diet plan, and whatnot…

If all this is done, then as the weeks go by and people do not see the expected results, they move away from their resolution as follows:

In the first week 75%
In the second week 71%
64% in a month
In Six months 46%

Well …. let’s just say it’s shocking to hear the side effects of weight gain.

Many diseases, such as hypertension, heart disease, and stroke, diabetes, cancer, gallbladder issues, osteoarthritis, gout, hypertension, thyroid, can begin with increased weight.

And worse than the above diseases is lack of confidence ………

In the following articles on aayushmaanbhava.com we will learn about weight loss as well as the ailments mentioned above.

Before we learn how to lose weight, we need to understand why it grows.

Simply put, if you consume more food/calories than your body needs and they are not fully digested, then obesity increases.

First, the fats start to accumulate on the abdomen/belly, and then it gradually spreads to other parts of the body like the thighs, buttocks, thighs, the lower part of the chin and the whole body size increases proportionally.

As the weight decreases, this cycle moves in the opposite direction, meaning that the body size decreases first and the fats on other organs gradually decrease, and finally the abdomen decreases.

Then a thought comes to mind that if it’s all that simple, then why is it so difficult to lose weight?

One of the most common words used by people trying to lose weight is calories.

Eat fewer calories to lose weight. But very few people know exactly what calories are, what they do, and where to get them.

Also, when it comes to calories, People don’t seem to be talking about nutritional value.

For example

100 grams of cola = 41 calories and 100 grams of apples = 51 calories

Considering this, consuming cola instead of apples should help you lose weight faster, but it doesn’t seem to be happening.

Interestingly, people suggest if you want to lose fat, you should avoid fatty foods. Eat plenty of protein. Eggs should not be eaten with yellow mayonnaise because they contain fats and only white portions. After all, they contain protein.

Cut the crab …….. now let’s get to the basics ….. and try to understand in as simple a language as possible ……

3 Key points of weight loss

Everything we eat transforms into energy. But before they were converted into energy, they were fuel. Which is mainly divided into 3 types. That is

1. Carbohydrates

2. Protein

3. Fats

But the method of conversion of these three fuels into energy is different from each other which we will understand with the following example.

Even if this method is understood, the battle to lose weight is half won.

1. Carbohydrates on weight loss

burn like petrol. It burns a lot and the fire is suddenly extinguished.

Sugar is a carbohydrate. We feel good by drinking lemon water when outdoors and drinking tea/coffee when we wake up or when we are tired from work because it is carbohydrate. But its energy does not last long.

2. Protein on weight loss

Burns like a hay bale. It takes a while to ignite but once it ignites it generates a lot of energy. There were no burns for some time. Proteins provide energy for about 2-3 hours.

3. Fats on weight loss

takes a long time to absorb like a burning piece of wood. But once you get it, it burns for hours. The main property of fats is to provide continuous and long-lasting energy.

This begs the question, what is the best source of energy?

in my opinion – according to your needs

An important point to note here is that after burning fuel, it is converted into energy, which is the body’s function.

but the extra fuel (food) that goes into the body, is converted into fats and stored in various parts of the body for future use.

Its entire circulation is through the liver. This means that whatever fuel the body needs will be stored for future provision. This is what we call obesity.

Mechanism of weight loss

Let us take another example to understand how the above-mentioned energy sources are expended and exchanged after entering the body.

The body similarly spends its fuel the way we spend our income.

Carbohydrates are like money in a wallet. Easy availability leads to quick expenses. But they are also the ones who are quickly available in need.

Protein is like a savings account in a bank. Not being available on hand increases the chances of saving.

Fats are like a term deposit. Unless an emergency arises, no one will touch it.

Even the body is not very keen on spending fats. Rather, they prefer to produce signals of hunger.

Weight loss will be easier by burning fats if we trick our body by giving signals of food scarcity/emergency.

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