Tips to Lose Weight without Diet and Exercise

By:Meenakshi Chaudhary, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Jul 16, 2014

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Want to lose weight but are unable to regularly visit the gym? You can lose weight even without dieting and exercises. Here are the best ways to lose weight without making big changes to your lifestyle.
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    Lose Weight

    It is perhaps never easy to live with that extra weight because it affects your life and personality equally. While it is not possible for everyone to starve or hit the gym to lose fat, some of these ways will keep you from following strict diet and exercise. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Take the Stairs

    You don’t have to buy a new pair of jogging shoes or get enrolled at the local gym to lose that extra fat. All you have to do is just follow your daily routine normally with only one thing in mind. Always take the stairs whenever you have it as an option. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Drink Plenty of Water

    Drinking plenty of water supports your metabolism and helps your burn fat faster. Drinking a glass of water few minutes before the meal will save you from overeating and thus, improve your digestion. You will eventually find yourself losing some weight without any dieting. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Get a Smaller Plate

    Reducing the size of your plate can help you eat less reducing the daily calories intake. It will eventually lead to your body using the stored fat for the extra calories and help you lose some weight. Moreover, it will also reduce the risk of overeating and thus, gaining more weight. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Monitor

    Monitor your daily routine, especially your meals and snacks. Make sure you know what all you can eat today that will help you with your goal of losing weight. Eat only as much and when your body needs, don’t eat or drink anything just because you might like it. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Avoid Emotional Eating

    People often fail to control emotional eating which not only ruins their plans of losing weight but in turn it makes them gain more weight. Make it a rule to maintain distance from food and beverages whenever you are excited, nervous, stressed or anxious. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Watch Your Weight

    Get your own personal weighing scale and weigh yourself regularly to keep track of your weight. Calculate your weekly average weight and the weight you have lost since last week. It will keep you focused on your goal to lose some weight. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Never Skip Your Breakfast

    Eat a breakfast that is high on protein rich foods like eggs, yogurt, or peanut butter. It will keep you going strong without letting you feed on some high calorie foods early morning. Also make sure that you don’t wait for more than three hours for your next meal. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Sleep Well

    It is a well known fact that people who are tired tend to eat more often. Make sure you get a good uninterrupted sleep everyday so that you can wakeup fresh next morning and stay active throughout the day. It will gradually make you more active, slimmer and healthier. Image Courtesy: Getty

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    Help Others

    Change your daily routine and try to get as active as you can. Always look for opportunities to help others with their work. It will help you lose more calories daily. You can also volunteer for social causes. It will help you become a better person and in better shape. Image Courtesy: Getty

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