Dr. Kayode Sotonwa Shares Simple Tips for Staying Fit and Healthy this Summer
TAMPA, Fla., April 18, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As the summer months grow ever closer, many individuals start thinking about how they can get fit quick for swimsuit season. However, Dr. Kayode Sotonwa wants to remind these people that they must avoid the temptations of crash diets and weight loss fads. Instead, they should focus on making small but permanent steps towards a healthier lifestyle that will give them long term results not just concerning their weight, but their overall health. Here, Dr. Sotonwa would like to share some simple steps that individuals can take this year to start living better and lose weight in a healthy way.
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Dr. Sotonwa knows that many individuals focus on changing their eating when it comes to losing weight. This is a great first step, but people must avoid extreme diet changes that encourage cheating and bringing. Instead, individuals can make small and sustainable changes that will help them improve their eating long term. For example, individuals can start cutting calories, not by completely cutting entire food groups, but instead by cutting back their portions, especially when it comes to problem foods like carbs or sweets. Eating less of these items with each meal, and replacing them with alternatives that are high in fiber and nutrients, can make a huge impact. Individuals should also try to eat more raw and organic foods, and try to be less eager to turn to heavily processed foods. Cutting back on extras is also a good choice for living better. For example, trading sugary sodas for tea, or even using less salt can have many health benefits. These changes make an impact without seeming like a sacrifice that cannot be maintained.
Changing diet is not the only way to lead a healthier and fitter lifestyle according to Dr. Sotonwa. There are many common habits that can be changed to enhance a healthy lifestyle as well. For example, individuals can make small steps to incorporate more exercise into their routines without going to the extreme. For example, starting a walking regimen once a day can be easier to maintain than jumping into gym memberships and hardcore workout programs. Individuals should also look for ways to workout that are fun and can be less bothersome to implement, like biking or dancing. Another great way to improve fitness is avoiding multitasking while eating, because it can help individuals focus on what they are eating and prevent them from excessive snacking to relieve boredom. These changes are small but can add up to make real change for someone who wants to maintain a fit lifestyle.
Taking small steps towards better living, like those recommended by Dr. Kayode Sotonwa, is the best way to get in shape and maintain weight loss for a long term benefit. To learn more about great ways to improve personal health, please visit http://drkayodesotonwa.com/
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