Check out our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about Healthy Diet for Weight Loss During Quarantine: 4 Ways to Make it Possible

Staying at home in the COVID-19 lockdown makes it easier for people to forget their diet. Boredom and stress eating can be tempting during this crisis, and it’s easy to drop healthy eating habits when you don’t have the luxury of time to buy the right ingredients.

However, nothing is impossible if you remain committed to your weight loss goals. Our dietitian in Hernando Beach shares some practical tips on how to keep eating healthy during the quarantine.

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Healthy Diet for Weight Loss During Quarantine: 4 Ways to Make it Possible

 

News just in from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about Did You Know That Losing Weight Can Boost Your Immune System?

It’s a no-brainer — having a healthy body contributes to a strong immune system. If you maintain an ideal weight based on your body mass, then you reduce the risk of developing chronic illnesses, serious diseases, and lifelong conditions like diabetes and heart disease.

Unfortunately, over 42.4 percent of people in America are considered obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It’s also because of this that many Americans pay costly medical expenses because they frequently get sick.

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Did You Know That Losing Weight Can Boost Your Immune System?

 

News just in from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about Tips to Prevent Your Weight Loss Efforts From Lowering Your Immune System Defenses

Is dieting part of your weight loss plan? If you’re trying to lose weight by cutting on your calorie intake, you could also be cutting your nutritional intake, which may, in turn, suppress and lower your immune system defenses. With COVID-19 becoming a global threat, having a poor immune system is the last thing you need.

Our expert dietitian in Brooksville warns against going on an unsupervised weight loss diet, especially if you have the following medical conditions:

If you want to lose weight safely without compromising your nutrition, you can consult with our dietician at the Batista weight loss clinic in Spring Hill for a personalized diet plan. In the meantime, here are a few reminders to keep in mind so that your weight loss efforts won’t lower your immunity.

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Tips to Prevent Your Weight Loss Efforts From Lowering Your Immune System Defenses

 

Latest blog post from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about 3 Reasons Why Appetite Suppressants are Not Ideal for Weight Loss

The market is full of appetite suppressants, otherwise known as diet pills, that claim to be effective in helping you lose weight fast. These are supplements that work to curb your food cravings, limiting your food consumption.

According to the National Institutes of Health, 15 percent of adults in the U.S. have taken a type of appetite suppressant or weight-loss dietary supplement at one point in their lives. Women more than men are prone to buying these diet pills, creating a profitable billion-dollar industry.

However, our Hudson dietitian has shared the following reasons why appetite suppressants are not ideal for weight loss:

 

3 Reasons Why Appetite Suppressants Are Not Ideal For Weight Loss

 

Latest update from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about How Sleep Affects Your Weight Loss Efforts?

It has long been established that diet and exercise are crucial to weight loss. However, if you’re not getting the desired results in losing weight, then your sleeping routine, or the lack thereof, might be one of the reasons why.

Each person’s weight loss journey is unique and closely tailored to their dietary and lifestyle needs. If you are struggling to lose weight, it is best to get professional help from Brooksville weight loss experts who will help you reach your goal at your own pace.

Here are some proven scientific ways where the quality of your sleep affects your weight loss efforts. Click the link below to find out more:

How Sleep Affects Your Weight Loss Efforts?

 

Latest update from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about 5 most common reasons why New Year’s resolutions fail and 5 tips for making them work! Part 2.

In our previous post, we acknowledged that sticking to New Year’s resolutions isn’t easy, because if it was quick-and-easy then everybody would do it!  Instead of focusing on the challenges of making changes in your life, focus on what you have achieved so far.

 

Look where you are now, look around and notice all the wonderful things you are grateful for. You’ve made it, you’ve earned it. You can achieve anything you want. And if you need a bit of assistance along the way, then a dietitian in Hudson is here to help! 

The most common reasons the New Year’s resolutions fail - continuation

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News just in from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about 5 most common reasons why New Year’s resolutions fail and 5 tips for making them work! Part 1.

It just so happens, year after year, that New Year’s resolutions come at a pretty inconvenient time of the year. Several weeks prior to the countdown most of us indulge in Thanksgiving feasts, participate in a pre-holiday shopping frenzy, devour Christmas cookies and do not say “no” to New Year’s Eve drinking!

What an unfortunate chain of events to start a whole new (better) life on the morning of the 1st of January!

There is, however, hope for all of us who decide to make New Year’s resolutions, because committing to them means that we realize the need to change and we appreciate that there is room for improvement in our lives. And those realizations alone are powerful! We are not oblivious to the fact that we need improvements in our lives and that awareness makes us work towards our goals!

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5 most common reasons why New Year’s resolutions fail and 5 tips for making them work! Part 1.

 

Latest update from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about Waistline-Friendly New Year’s Eve

The holidays are a joyful time filled with love, relaxation, and – let’s be honest – masses of delicious food! This season is not the time to say ‘no’ to yourself or others. We all worked so hard all year, it’s a worldwide ‘treat yourself’ time. We are not against letting your diet slip for a day or two because weight loss (including weight loss in Hudson!) is not about making yourself miserable.

However, it is crucial to quickly get back to your weight loss program, so the couple of cheat-days do not become a week or two. And this does not have to be as hard as it sounds! We have compiled a list of 4 things you can do before New Year’s Eve to get back on track of your weight loss in time for the party.

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Latest update from our client, Batista Weight Loss and Wellness about 3 Alternatives to Chocolate Advent Calendars

As December begins we reach a new high of excitement for the holidays. Festivities and decorations are already taking over our streets. We don’t mind the day getting dark slightly earlier, because it brings out the charm of the fairy lights and street markets. However, only one thing is missing until the 1st of December – the chocolate advent calendar.

We all know that allowing yourself one piece of chocolate per day is not going to destroy your weight-loss goals. However, I am sure there are others out there who eat most of the box in one day. If there is no way that you can control such cravings, or stop people from gifting you an advent calendar, we are giving you 3 DIY waistline-friendly alternatives.

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3 Alternatives to Chocolate Advent Calendars

 

Check out our client, Batista Weight Loss & Wellness latest blog post about Volume Eating: The Key to Holiday Weight-Loss

In our last article series on the problems with calorie counting, we explained that simply looking at the calories, without considering any other property of your food, will not give you the weight-loss that you strive for. A daily intake of 2,000 calories of carbohydrates, or a daily intake of 2,000 of vegetables, in the long term, will give you completely different health, weight-loss, and well-being results. This is because food has more to it than just calories. It has vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, macro- and micro-nutrients, water, antioxidants and more!

Therefore, today our Brooksville Dietitian will talk about how, during this Holiday Season, you can eat more and weigh less with volume eating! Get your dream waistline by simply making a few substitutions when surrounded by all the seasonal goodies. Doesn’t THIS sound tempting?!

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Volume Eating: The Key to Holiday Weight-Loss