Drinking LOTS of water helps!
Remember there should be no limit to your water intake. Eat in accordance with the weather. Don't starve yourself and don't skip even a single meal also, otherwise you'll lack in nutrients needed for normal growth and development.
Keep track of your food and exercise. Above all consult a doctor or a health expert, parents or your friends who can help you make a change in life.
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RESTORING PROPER WEIGHT SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES ARE A MAJOR FACTOR
One of the most important factors leading to obesity is a sedentary or inactive lifestyle.
Obesity is seen more today because we are less active than we used to be. We spend all our spare time indoors, either in front of the computer or the TV. Very few people walk today.
There is no time to cook healthy and fresh food as lives are becoming busier day by day. So more people opt for eating at restaurants and buy prepared food to heat up at home. Those foods have more fatty ingredients than homemade food.
The best way to combat obesity is to maintain a healthy weight by exercising regularly and indulging in healthy food joints) that normally protects them. Weight loss can decrease stress on the knees, hips, and lower back and may improve the symptoms of osteoarthritis. Gout is a joint disease caused by high levels of uric acid in the blood. Uric acid sometimes forms into solid stone or crystal masses that become deposited in the joints. Gout is more common in overweight people
and the risk of developing the disorder increases with higher body weights.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM O V E RWE I G H T O ROBESE?
You can determine this by using an easy calculation called the Body Mass Index, or BMI. BMI = weight (kg) / height (m) x height (m) For example: 70 kg/ 1.75m x 1.75m = 22 which is a perfectly
healthy BMI. habits. 30 to 60 minutes of exercise on most days is a must to stay active. Walking, swimming and stretching are also great options to burn calories.
Going outside for walks, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walking or cycling to instead of driving, doing household chores like sweeping and washing clothes can help in keeping fit to a certain extent.
HAVING A HEALTHY DIET
The second thing is to regulate one's food habits. Dieting is okay, but a safer choice is to eat healthily and change your lifestyle. Avoid drinks with sugar, junk food, and processed foods such as fries. The ideal thing to do is to eat only when hungry, and avoid binging. A healthy breakfast, followed by lunch, and then a light dinner/ supper helps regulate food intake. Its good to eat fruits, and one should always keep at least one seasonal fruit in the daily diet chart.