In the process of losing weight, it is essential to move physically and exercise actively. Burning calories affects how much calories your body can consume. Most people who are seeking to lose weight set themselves the task of burning more calories than eaten.
The problem is that to date our energy costs have significantly decreased compared to the energy costs of our ancestors. Previously, the average man needed to consume 5000 calories, and a woman – 4000, but today these figures have halved. It turns out that we need half the food.
If we reduce the amount of food, we will receive half the amount of nutrients (considering this is against the background of the fact that there are much fewer of these substances in products), and this will cause another problem – cell hunger.
Hungry cells are weak cells. In this case, health can significantly deteriorate. Cellular hunger most often pushes us to look for food that contains excessive calories. Vicious circle.
Losing muscle mass, we accelerate the ageing of the body, begin to develop chronic diseases, start feeling weak, and the vital energy goes away. According to the research, the level of premature mortality among those who lead an active lifestyle is 1.2-2.0 times lower than those who lead a sedentary lifestyle.
There are many ways to burn calories, while you do not need to limit the intake of food and do not have to exercise. Laughter, breathing and even sleep burn calories. Here are a few easy, fun and unusual ways to burn calories:
Burning calories will get rid of extra pounds, and colonic irrigation will clear the colon from the toxins that have accumulated in it for a long time.