The Simple Reason You Still Can’t Lose Weight

The simple reason you still can't lose weight If you exercise regularly and eat healthily and still fail to lose weight the reason could be a hormone that we all produce called cortisol

Watch the video to learn the symptoms of high cortisol, and easy ways to reduce it First, you should know that this hormone is vital as it's the one that causes us to react when there is a danger However, a continued excess of high levels of cortisol can trigger a series of problems that are summarized in a syndrome called Cushing The most common way to produce it continuously Is when you're under constant stress That's why cortisol is also called the stress hormone

Producing a lot of it destroys the muscles and alters the metabolism negatively, generating abdominal fat, among other things Here are ten classic symptoms of high cortisol: anger, anxiety, or depression, permanent tiredness, even if you do nothing, palpitations or hypertension, poor or excess appetite and weight gain, digestive problems and headaches, frequent urination, constipation, or diarrhea, sleeping problems and memory loss, decreased defenses, facial hair and wrinkles, swollen face, fat on the neck However, there are nine easy ways to reduce it: One – avoid some foods To get your dream body, you should avoid caffeine, alcohol, foods with high sugar content, sweeteners, especially Aspartame, and excess potassium Two – change your diet

Start consuming those high in phosphatidylserine, such as mackerel, herring, eel and quality proteins in general Also, you need to eat more foods rich in phenylalanine, such as chicken, eggs, brown rice, broccoli, pumpkin, watercress, and artichoke Don't forget to include foods rich in tryptophan in your diet They are brown rice, soy, oilseeds, meat, eggs, milk, and derivatives Finally, pay attention to foods rich in vitamin B5, dates, almonds, milk, salmon, wheat germ, and oatmeal

Three – eat at intervals You should eat five times a day in small portions Do not skip meals, as this produces cortisol Four – exercise regularly Train three times a week, but no more than 50 minutes, as too much exercise also increases cortisol

Never train seven days in a row – rest at least two or three days Five – sleep well You need to have between eight and ten hours of sleep so that your cortisol levels decrease and the body recovers Six – relax Look for some technique of relaxation or meditation and incorporate it Into your life

Try yoga or meditation Seven – avoid any stimulants Do not drink energy drinks, caffeine, or alcohol Eight – take anti-stress supplements You can take vitamin C, vitamin B5, folic acid, vitamin A, zinc, ginseng, licorice, chromium, magnesium, calcium, St

John's wort, chamomile, and oats Nine – drink plenty of water Stay well-hydrated every day, and make it a habit of drinking a glass of water in the morning on an empty stomach and another glass of water before going to sleep Now, if you're Interested in some simple exercises to burn fat effectively, here's an unusual one It's called the reverse plank, and it's not yet as popular as the regular plank How to do it

One Sit on the floor and stretch your legs in front of you Put your hands on the floor palms down, and spread your fingers for maximum support Two Bend forward by 45 degrees to the floor

Put your hands behind your buttocks so that your arms make a straight line from your shoulders down Hold your weight with your hands and heels while pushing your buttocks up Four Lift your torso, legs, and buttocks until they form a straight line, just like with the regular plank Five

Strain your abdominal muscles, and pull your stomach while moving your torso up Six Hold this position for 15 To 60 seconds Seven Slowly lower yourself on the floor

floor To check how it works, let's give it a try now What do you think? Take the position and hold it for fifteen seconds only Are you ready? I'll count for you 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Well done! This exercise is effective in five ways: Fit buttocks and calves Compared to the regular plank, the reverse one loads your gluteus and calves much more Improved metabolism While you're in the plank, calories will burn even faster than they would from effective exercise It's been noted that most people practicing the plank have no problems with metabolism

Perfect Spine The reverse plank guarantees an improvement of posture, as you use the muscles that help keep your back straight It's particularly important for office workers Relief from pain and cramps in the back By doing the reverse plank at least three to four times a week, you'll rid yourself of back aches and cramps

Both reverse and regular planks work the responsible muscles Flat abs and more It's important not to lower your pelvis or throw back your head, and your back should be straight The reverse plank strengthens your arms, abs and legs, and also stretches your shoulder muscles We hope this information will help you finally get your weight and hormones under control

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