3 Challenges That Can Improve Your Health
Losing weight might be important to you, but it is only valuable if you improve your overall health. Here are a few tips.
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Losing weight is sometimes a part of being healthy, the two are not equal. Eating less food and drinking less water can result in weight loss, but will degrade your health. However, there are ways to improve your health while losing, gaining and maintaining your weight if you need to do so.
Here are 3 challenges that can improve your health:
28-Day Ketogenic Challenge
At the base of this diet/lifestyle is increasing the number of healthy fats while also excluding processed carbs such as sugar, bread, and pasta. Eating fewer carbs and more fat can cause weight loss without going completely keto. But studies show low-carb diets are less effective at losing weight and your chances of weight loss are much higher is you commit because being in ketosis reduces your appetite.
The Standard keto diet can still consist of standard caloric needs, but it's 75% fat, 20% protein, and 5% carbs. It is sustainable beyond 28 days and there are other health benefits of a ketogenic diet.
The Thrive 8-Week Challenge
The Thrive Experience is an 8-Week Challenge by Le-Vel that puts the use of how revolutionary supplements at the center of the program. It's tough to get an adequate amount of the required vitamins, minerals, and amino acids every day and if you can, the formula and delivery of them have to be just right to get the most of them. And if the method is convenient, people can stick to it.
The Thrive Experience is a simple 3-Step Process taking two capsules, drinking a shake(or two), and using their Derma-Fusion patch every day. This releases a blend of nutrients and antioxidants. With this formula and system developed by Le-Vel Thrive has the easiest of these three challenges.
Replacing your typical breakfast and lunch with their shake can result in weight loss since you're probably in a caloric deficit. In addition to improved health and mental acuity, save you money on not buying coffee, energy drinks, snacks, and meals will easily cancel out the cost.
Not to confused with eating once every 24 hours and fasting the rest of the day. The One-Meal-Per-Day Challenge requires you to substitute one of your meals for a healthy option each day for 30 days. Many people find it impossible to stick to large scale dietary changes, so starting small is the best way to go if you have poor eating habits.
It doesn't even have to be your most unhealthy meal, but that would be optimal. You can replace your breakfast each day while the rest of your meals stay the same, rotate your meals, or randomly mix it up. The key is to keep eating the foods you enjoy the most. If you can't make a substitution, opt for a healthier way to prepare what you were already planning on eating.
Eat more baked and grilled foods, and if you have to fry something use coconut oil, olive oil, or avocado oil. After 30 days, you'll probably won't miss the foods you've stopped eating, and if you do, you can eat them as a reward meal.
While it's possible to do all of these at the same time, start with the one you believe you can finish. That's one of the best things about the Thrive Experience, you'll be doing the One-Meal-Per-Day as well. That's a big part of the success to any diet or challenge, it's sustainability and normalcy. It solves the problem of how you should replace your worst meal. If the rest of your day is low-carb, you're pretty close to doing all three. As if anything, always consult a physician.