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4 “healthy” habits that contribute to weight gain

There are certain “habits” that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s that seemed like ways to help you lose weight or enjoy better health; however, they actually have the opposite effect. Learn about some of these so-called healthy habits to adjust your weight loss regimen this new year. Phentermine 37.5 mg is much more effective when you pair it with a healthy diet and exercise program.

Bad Habit #1: Drinking Bottled Water

The BPA in plastic water bottles has shown to expand waistlines according to a 2011 study from Harvard University. So while you may think you are doing your body a favor, you are actually increasing your risk of weight gain. Opt for BPA-free, reusable plastic water bottles or those made from stainless steel to eliminate this risk.

Bad Habit #2: Replacing Sugar With Artificial Sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners found in “sugar-free” sweets and snacks are no friend to the body. Ingesting them means releasing insulin from your gut, or the body’s fat storage hormone. Sugar-free snacks also frequently contain cream and palm oil, two bad fats that make these foods taste better.

Bad Habit #3: You Always Eat Low-Fat Foods

While saturated and trans fats contribute to obesity among many other problems, unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are essential to health. If you always eat low-fat foods, you are depriving your body of the healthy fat it needs to absorb vitamins. Good fats also keep you feeling full so you are less likely to make poor food decisions.

Bad Habit #4: You Don’t Get Enough Sleep

Sleeping less to get early morning workouts in may seem like a good idea, but it simply isn’t. The body needs seven to eight hours of sleep per night to fully reset itself and avoid belly fat. People who sleep for 5 ½ hours a night or less are more susceptible to this kind of fat according to health experts.
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