Misconceptions that hinder weight loss

Misconceptions that hinder weight loss
Misconceptions that hinder weight loss



Obesity is one of the most dangerous diseases, as it not only affects the general appearance and appearance, as some believe, but also affects the entire body.

Being overweight is accompanied by many other serious diseases, the most important of which are high blood pressure, high sugar, bone and joint pain, fatigue and many other diseases. To lose weight in a healthy way, you must follow the correct eating habits, but there are some misconceptions that some people follow in order to lose weight. These beliefs do not help to get rid of fat in addition to that they reduce burning rates. We will show you the most prominent of these beliefs to avoid.


Calorie counting only

Counting calories while dieting is one of the things that can actually contribute to weight loss. The calories a person can eat per day are determined by their body weight.
But this thinking may lead some of us to pay attention only to the amount of calories that should be eaten and not to their quality and variety. The basis of the diet is to eat the foods that benefit from it. For example, eating 100 calories of fruit is definitely different from eating 100 calories of a candy bar, because a candy bar will harm the body and will turn into fat. Therefore, you should not rely entirely on calculating calories more than on eating healthy food.


Exercising in the morning before eating

Some believe that exercising in the morning before eating breakfast helps to raise the burning rates in the body, and thus lose weight quickly. Studies and research have confirmed that exercising on an empty stomach is not useful, as it actually loses weight, but most of the weight that is lost is a lack of muscle, not fat, and when you stop exercising, the weight increases quickly. Therefore, two hours before exercising, you should eat a balanced meal, containing carbohydrates, protein and a little fat, and it is preferable not to exercise more than one hour a day.


Take apple cider vinegar on an empty stomach

Apple cider vinegar added to warm water has become one of the most popular slimming recipes. The goal of this recipe is to burn fat, and raise the rate of burning, but this is not entirely true. Apple cider vinegar does not help burn fat, and there are many herbs and foods that help burn fat safely. Drinking apple cider vinegar in the morning on an empty stomach causes stomach irritation, and when consumed regularly, it can cause stomach ulcers.


Drink warm water on an empty stomach

Some believe that drinking warm water on an empty stomach helps to dissolve fats and pass them into the urine, but this is not true. When water enters the body, it takes the body temperature, so the body does not differentiate if this water is cold or warm. On the contrary, drinking water in the morning on an empty stomach is beneficial for the body and helps to expel toxins and get rid of waste, but there is no evidence that it helps to break down fats when consumed warm.


Cabbage soup diet to burn fat

Cabbage soup diet is widely spread among women. In this diet, women do not eat any food other than cabbage soup for a whole week or more than a week! Indeed, there are some people who lose a lot of weight when following this diet, but this weight loss is temporary. Most of the weight that is lost is water and muscle, not fat, and therefore just going back to eating normally again, we find that we are gaining weight quickly. This is in addition to the fact that depriving the body of a whole week of various nutrients, negatively affects health.


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