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Weight Loss And The Role Of Core Exercises For Seniors

Weight Loss And The Role Of Core Exercises For Seniors

3 tips to help you lose weight. With every pound you lose, your risks of getting many diseases gets lower.

  • Avoid processed foods

This is one of the best things that you can do. Do not eat any food that comes packaged in a box. Cereals, biscuits, pancake mix, etc. are all processed foods that are high in sugar. This sugar is usually in the form of high fructose corn syrup.

Sauces and condiments are high in sugar even if they do not taste sweet. Stick to wholesome nutritious foods like fruits, nuts, vegetables, lean meat, etc. It’s best to cook your own simple meals and eat them.

Eating food prepared in restaurants or other eating places will mean that you have no control over the ingredients used. Hydrogenated oil, sugar, artificial flavoring, etc. are all detrimental to your health.

Cook your own food and eat natural. You’ll notice that your excess weight starts to drop because there is less sugar in your diet.

  • Skip the simple carbs

Skip white rice, white bread and other white flour products. Get all your carbohydrates from complex carbs such as wholegrain bread and vegetables. Simple carbs spike your blood sugar levels and cause your body to release insulin.

Over time you become insulin insensitive and end up storing more fat on your body. Just by reducing or eliminating simple carbs from your diet can make your body shed more fat than you ever thought possible.

  • Exercise daily

While your diet will determine just how fast you lose weight, exercise will help to give your metabolism a boost to speed up the fat burning process. Aim to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day.

You may do cardio for 4 days a week and resistance training for 2 days. If you’re getting sufficient exercise, your body will burn calories at an accelerated rate and help you lose weight faster. Try to add core exercises for seniors to your workouts to help tone and trim your waistline.


Consult a physician before you start any exercise program.  This is general information and is not intended to diagnose any medical condition, replace your healthcare professional or substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The use of any information provided in this article is solely at your own risk.