10 Mistakes You Make When You Try to Lose Weight!

8 eight always comes down to one simple basic principle: eating more calories than you consume, that is, eating less and moving more.

But anyone who has tried to reduce their calories and follow a workout program in their attempt to lose weight knows that it is much harder than it sounds. Most of us make mistakes without even realizing it.

Here are 10 mistakes you might make when trying to lose weight

1) You consume a lot of protein


Protein is important but if you consume too much this extra that is not needed is stored as fat. Also, protein drinks and bars have a lot of sugar and fat. We, women, need about 46 grams a day.

2) You don't eat enough vegetables


Many of us do not consume the recommended amount of vegetables per day which is 2.5 mugs. The easiest way is to put some vegetables in your every meal, for example, tomatoes in your breakfast sandwich

3) Drink a juice for breakfast


Most juices raise blood sugar so your body produces more insulin. As a result, you will be hungry and eat more later. A good breakfast has protein and fiber, for example, an egg and a slice of wholemeal bread.

4) You overestimate the rate of weight loss

All people lose more weight in the first few weeks of their program, most of which is water. It's an artificially high weight loss so don't get bogged down if your scales get slower or stuck sometimes

5) You lose sleep


Hormones that affect hunger and appetite are greatly affected by how much you sleep. If you do not sleep enough, you are more likely to eat more.

6) Do you consider the exercise an excuse


One study found that people who told them that a half-mile walk was an exercise ate almost twice as much as people who told them this walk was for fun

7) Understand how much time you have


Sometimes finding this extra half hour to work out is not easy, but there are alternatives. Even a 10 minute YouTube exercise video can help you keep track of your schedule and make it a part of your daily routine.

8) Always do the same exercises


You cannot do the same exercises over and over again and expect to have the same benefits. For best results, change the frequency, capacity, and duration of the exercises.

9) Ignore the weights


Most of us when we start an exercise program often think that just aerobics is enough. Know that you also need strength training to make your metabolism work.

10) Give up because you feel tired


One of the most common excuses for not exercising is: "I'm very tired." One thing you can do is fool yourself by saying that I will only do 10 minutes of exercise today, most likely to keep it up. Exercise gives you energy!

Have you made any of these mistakes when trying to lose weight?
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