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Do these 5 things daily to lose one kilo in 3 days

TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Last updated on – Sep 30, 2020, 22:00 ISTclose01/6​Do these 5 things daily to lose one kilo in 4 daysLosing weight is no easy job and requires a lot of effort and dedication. It is a slow journey that requires constant effort. But what if we tell you that making some simple changes in your life can help you accelerate your weight loss journey?Bad eating habits, sedentary lifestyle and a lot of other factors are responsible for making people gain extra weight. Being overweight leads to a lot of health problems like diabetes, joint pain, high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems. If you have tried everything from eating right to exercising regularly, here are some small changes that you can make in your everyday routine and shed those extra kilos.Here are five easy tips that can help you lose 1 kilo in 3 days. Yes, you read that right. readmore02/6ExerciseYou can’t lose weight only by following the right diet. Exercising regularly plays an important role in keeping you fit and healthy. You don’t necessarily need to hit the gym, you can simply go for jogging, walking or do some stair exercise. readmore03/6​Drink hot waterDrinking hot water is one of the easiest things that one can do to lose weight. Hot water helps in cutting down the stored fat in the body, which further helps in reducing weight. Drinking hot water also helps in detoxifying the body.Sipping on a glass of hot water first thing in the morning can boost your metabolism, which is one of the basic requirements to lose weight. readmore04/6​Stop having sugarCutting down sugar from your diet is one of quickest ways to lose weight. So, if you want to see the scale moving quickly, you need to cut/reduce your sugar intake.Sugar slows down the metabolic rate, which hampers your weight loss. Avoid foods that have added sugar. If you have a sweet tooth, choose alternatives like jaggery and honey to beat your cravings. readmore05/6​Drink green teaHaving three cups of green tea every day can boost your metabolism. Green tea helps in burning body fat quickly. It is loaded with antioxidants that keep you healthy and help you get back in shape. readmore06/6​Include protein in every mealProtein keeps you satiated and stops you from binge eating, which eventually helps you to lose weight. Having a protein-rich diet helps in controlling hunger pangs. If you are a vegetarian, you can add protein to your diet by including foods like kidney beans, pulses, curd and paneer. readmore
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