Monday, February 16, 2015

[Yakson House] Fastest Way to Lose weight after weekend overeating!














On Golden weekends, our hunger which has been locked over the week try to unlock 

itself. As a result, we tend to binge. 

We eat and drink heavy. Most of you probably don't like what they see on the scale 

come on Monday.   












We know that it's bad habit but it's hard to stay away from food temptation. 

The thing I want to tell you here is that Weekend binges can happen. 

We all love food and It is completely natural. 


What's important is the ability to recover quickly after a binge is absolutely essential to 

success in building healthy body and mind.   

Anyway, 

If you just overate dinner or dessert, I will tell you the fastest way to lose weight after 

binge. 






1. Sweat it Off 





Exercising after a binge can help you sweat off extra pounds and decrease bloating. 

Sweat contains sodium, which causes fluid retention in the body. Exercise not only 

burns off excess calories, but it also revs up your metabolism to help you continue fat 

burning all day long even while at rest. Avoid exercising to extremes or exhaustion, 

particularly if you are new to physical activity. Rather, return to your usual exercise 

regimen but add an extra five to 10 minutes on the treadmill with a few short bursts of 

speed to increase fat burning potential. 








2. Drink Water 










Drink water after a binge to help flush out excess fluids and waste from the body. 

Feeling heavy and bloated after a binge typically results from fluid retention and slowed 

digestion from a high volume of food in the stomach. 

Drink at least 4 liters of water per day after your binge to release excess fluids from the 

body, decreasing bloat and feelings of puffiness. Water also helps move food wastes 

through the body for elimination, preventing constipation and a higher number on the 

scale. 













3. Drop the Starches









Starchy carbs such as breads, cakes, cookies and potatoes can increase body weight 

and bloating. Starches are broken down into glucose in the body, and glucose is stored 

as glycogen in the liver and muscles along with water. substitute starchy carbs with low 

starch foods such as leafy green vegetables, celery and asparagus. 

Adding protein rich foods, such as chicken or fish, to meals also increases appetite 

satiety, which helps prevent overeating and subsequent weight gain. 







4. Worry less













Occasional episodes of binge eating may not do as much harm to your waistline as you 

believe if you adopt healthy habits most of the time. 














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