Before embarking on a weight loss journey, calculate your BMI to determine where you fall on the BMI scale: underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese.
Regardless of your BMI, it's advisable to consult a healthcare professional or a registered dietitian before starting any weight loss program to ensure it's safe.
Balanced Diet Focus on a well-balanced diet that includes a variety of nutrient-dense foods to help you gain healthy weight.
Eat three main meals and include snacks to ensure you're getting enough calories and nutrients.Incorporate strength training exercises to build muscle mass.
Maintain a Balanced Diet Continue to eat a balanced diet to support overall health and prevent weight gain.
Regular Physical Activity Engage in regular physical activity to maintain your weight and promote fitness.
Calorie Control Monitor your calorie intake and aim for a slight calorie deficit to promote gradual weight loss. Reducing portion sizes and avoiding high-calorie, low-nutrient foods can help.
Incorporate both aerobic and strength training exercises into your routine to burn calories and build lean muscle.
Medical Supervision Consider medical supervision for weight loss, including options like medically supervised diets or bariatric surgery, based on your individual circumstances and health needs.
Focus on long-term lifestyle changes rather than quick fixes. Sustainable weight loss is more likely when you make lasting changes to your eating and exercise habits.