Salons and spas have been offering body wraps for years. Now they have become the newest way to lose fat. The truth is, you may lose weight and inches but the loss is temporary. It may last up to a week but the loss is entirely water weight and will be regained. This article will discuss the pros and cons of body wraps.
A great way to lose weight is to eat a big breakfast and smaller lunches and dinners. This way, you take in the 2000 calories you need each day, but the bulk of them are in the morning. This means that those calories can be burned off during the entire day. If you eat a big dinner though, those calories just sit there and your body turns them into fat instead of burning them off.
If you’re trying to lose weight, it’s important to make sure you stay away from sugary-tasting foods and drinks, even those sweetened artificially! The reason for this is that when your body takes in a sweet taste, even if it’s not sugar, it primes your insulin pump for a sweet “hit” to come. Your body produces insulin, preparing for more calories to arrive and you become hungrier, making you eat more. So stay away from the sweet tastes and you will find that your appetite goes down.
To help you with your weight loss regime, make a list of your favorite fruits and vegetables, and research interesting and appealing sounding recipes you can make with them. Smoothies or juicing vegetables are great for this, as are more exotic items you might not normally try. Remember, making your diet interesting and fun will increase the chances of you sticking with it.
The benefit of a body wrap is really softer, smoother skin. During the treatment, you will sweat and remove some toxins from the body but, like water weight, the toxins will eventually return. Body wraps are probably best for someone who wants to look a bit slimmer for a special evening or weekend. Regular body wraps are not dangerous as long as you remain hydrated.