Methods To Lose Weight - Part Four


Sauna Weight Loss Method

Sauna is one of the most effective ways for the swelling of the obese people. This is because when the body is in a high-temperature environment, the body’s regulating function will automatically decompose fat and consume energy to increase heat dissipation and generate a large amount of perspiration, and thus reduce the body moisture. Sauna room temperature is usually maintained at 80 degrees. At this temperature the body’s capillary vessels will be extremely dilated and the metabolism will accelerate and generate a lot of sweating to discharge the body’s toxic. So fat can be converted to heat and be dissipated during this process. The detoxification process also dredge the lymphatic system to prevent the accumulation of local fat.


Green Tea Weight Loss method

Green tea contains polyphenols, vitamins, amino acids and other ingredients. They can help regulate fat metabolism, reduce blood lipids and cholesterol, and can effectively reduce body fat. Daily drinking of green tea to replace other drinks such as soda, sugar drinks can help reduce weight in the long run.

Note: The alkaloids in green tea are harmful to gout patients. So people suffering from gout should drink some lighter green tea. In addition, green tea contains saponin which can make the tea bubble and make the stomach has a feeling of fullness. Green tea also has a diuretic function and contains caffeine so that people will be more alert. So you should try not to drink too much before bedtime.

Potassium Weight Loss Method

Lose weight by eating foods that contain high potassium, such as beans, vegetables, fruits, and fish. Potassium ions can solve the problems that sodium ions causing edema phenomenon, so this method can only eliminate the obesity caused by excessive moisture in the body.

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