Losing weight becomes a chore when you think about all of the things you need to do to get the process started. It’s not a hard concept to master, but there are many factors to consider. Take a closer look at the bigger picture and you will realize that once you address a few specific factors that influence weight loss, you can get back to basics and start working on your daily calorie intake.
Men and Women Are Different
Men and women are different in many ways. Their metabolisms are not the same and they do not carry the same weight. Men, during their most active years, must consume 2,600 calories to maintain a healthy weight. Women must consume 2,200 to achieve the same goal. Both need to cut approximately 400 to 500 calories a day if they want to lose a pound or more each month.
Other Things to Be Considered
Both men and women have to consider other factors as well. While both must deal with their metabolisms slowing down as they age, they must also consider any health factors such as diabetes, heart disease, or chronic arthritis. Their age will also play a role. The older a person is, the higher their risk of injury, especially if they live a more sedentary lifestyle.
Burn What You Consume
It all boils down to calories and how your body uses them. If you decrease the number of calories you consume and increase the number of calories you burn, you will lose weight. It may come off slowly, but you will eventually lose weight. You should always talk to your doctor before starting any new weight loss program.
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