Want to lose weight, but don’t want to workout?

Do you want to lose weight, but don't want to workout?

We all want to drop a few pounds, but some of us just cannot find the time or just don’t relish taking out an expensive gym membership, or the thought of going to a gym is just too daunting. Well, don’t despair, to lose weight you just need to reduce the amount of processed food you consume. 

You have to understand that losing weight isn’t about exercising, it’s about making healthier choices daily in your life. As a matter of fact, you don’t lose weight by exercising.

Exercising is great to prevent weight gain, so when you have lost weight and to prevent weight rebound, you should have an exercise routine.

To help you lose weight there are a few things you can do, first start by making small changes to your diet such as cutting out sugary drinks and snacks and eating more vegetables and fruits. Vegetables and fruits have all the nutrients your body needs to thrive so it’s essential to eat nutrient-dense foods and avoid processed foods as much as possible.

Incorporate more movement into your daily routine, such as taking the stairs instead of the lift, or going for a walk during your lunch break. Remember that weight loss can take time so be patient and consistent with your efforts.

Consider using the services of a dietician, accountability partner, or certified weight management coach to help you achieve your weight loss or lifestyle goal. Weight loss isn’t about working out, it’s a myth put about by gym owners and people with a vested interest to get more members. Workout is important but not for weight loss.

Here is an article about five benefits of a plant-based diet you might find interesting.