1. Choose a low-carb diet

Studies have shown that eating low carb and high protein diet helps one’s body to eat fewer calories and have a toned body. This diet can help you lose 2-3 times as much weight as a standard low-fat diet while improving your health at the same time. A low-carb diet reduces your hunger and makes it easier to eat less.

2. Eat only when hungry

If you’re not hungry you probably don’t need to eat yet. Always eat enough, so that you feel satisfied, especially in the beginning of the weight-loss process. Doing this on a low-carb diet means that the fat you eat will be burned as fuel by your body, as your levels of the fat storing hormone insulin will be lowered.

3. Minimise your Caffeine Habit

Caffeine is the most terrible property if you wish to have a healthy body. A healthy intake of coffee is 1-2 cups which helps one body to feel energetic and also boosts metabolism. Caffeine increases the release of acid in your stomach, sometimes causing heartburn or an upset stomach. For those looking to lose weight, excess acidity is to be avoided, as acidity precedes cortisol release.

4. Drink Water

Drinking water can boost metabolism by 24-30% over a period of 1-1.5 hours, helping you burn off a few more calories. Studies have shown that people who drink 6 to 8 litres of water a day tend to live a healthy life. Water cleans the toxins from the body and throws out the unnecessary rubbish from the system. It also cleans the skin and makes it look young and fresh.

5. Lift Weights

Studies have demonstrated that after a weight-training workout, metabolism can be boosted for up to 38 hours post-workout. The best option is to go to the gym 3–4 times a week. Do a warm-up and lift some weights. If lifting weights is not an option for you, then doing some cardio workouts like walking, jogging, running, cycling or swimming will meet your requirements.