HomeHealthYou have done the most difficult thing, lose weight, now you need these 4 tricks to say goodbye to the lost kilos forever and avoid the rebound effect
You have done the most difficult thing, lose weight, now you need these 4 tricks to say goodbye to the lost kilos forever and avoid the rebound effect
November 23, 2020
If you have done things well when you considered going down in size, at this point, you will have already internalized, thanks to your dietician-nutritionist, healthy lifestyle habits and diet that will allow you to maintain the good results. But if you belong to that 19% of Spanish women who have been on a regime this year on their own, we have bad news: perhaps the lost kilos will come back to you due to the rebound, with interest and in less than a year if you do not put measures. from today. So that both can take advantage of all those reduced-size clothes that have been bought, the US National Weight Management Registry (NWCR is its acronym in English) has recapitulated all the guidelines followed by people who manage to avoid the rebound effect after dieting. Take note of these tricks and you too will escape the dreaded yo-yo effect.
Trick 1 to avoid the rebound effect of diet: activate your life
Maybe you've killed yourself squatting while on a diet and now that you've lost weight you think you can stop. Error. According to NWCR data, 94% of people who maintain the same height one year after losing weight they have something in common: they exercise one hour a day. The good news is that that hour of exercise does not have to be doing Crossfit, most of those surveyed by this body stated that their only exercise was walking.
Trick 2 to avoid the rebound effect of diet: keep fat under control
Those who manage to stay slim do not abandon their good habits after finishing the diet: a year later they continue eating a diet in which healthy fats (such as virgin olive oil) represent only a quarter of the daily calories ingested. Or what is the same: even if you are no longer on a diet, fried, battered and ultra-processed foods made with low-quality fats should be the exception on your plate.