AVOID THese Age-Related Weight Gain Pitfalls…

Everybody knows that as you age, you have a harder time keeping off the weight that was relatively easy to keep off when you were younger.  That’s why it’s important to make a few adjustments to your diet & exercise routine as you age…

It’s important to understand the variables that go into age-related weight gain.

1.  Reduced Testosterone or Estrogen…

Aging leads to a lack in the testosterone hormone in men with the result that their metabolic rate declines and they lose lean muscle tissues. They will burn fewer calories than before due to reduced metabolism resulting in fat accumulation and, ultimately, weight gain. In case of women, it is the estrogen hormone that lowers in intensity which leads to a decline in metabolism and an increase in weight.

2.  Lack of Activity… 

At a young age, we usually indulge in more physical activity than as we grow older. Due to this, our muscle mass decreases and we put on weight.

3.  Body Process…

As we age, the process that our bodies work in slows down. Due to this, the body’s ability to burn fat keeps declining.

Tips to Keep Age-Related Weight 

Gain Under Wraps…

Here are some tips to check the weight that you gain with age…

1.  Increase Physical Activity…

There are a lot of BENEFITS to aging and staying fit.  For one, you may no longer have small children in the house.  Or you may be working a bit less.  This leaves you MORE time to do fun things, have adventures and explore new physical activities. Sitting at child’s soccer games may turn into Saturday morning hikes.  And instead of working ding to dong, you may have the time to hit the gym before you head to the office.  If you’re really lucky, you work from home and you can train during lunch!

Since the body may not necessarily supply as much energy as it used to when you were young, the exercise regimen and types must be decided keeping that in mind. You can also take a long stroll in the park in the evening, join dance classes or walk instead of traveling by car. Increased physical activity means high metabolism and muscle building, resulting in preventing fat accumulation.

2.  Stop Dieting…

Dieting to lose weight with growing age is NOT a good option. This usually works against your weight loss goals and makes you put on more weight. So, it is better to keep your diet healthy and ensure that it includes a good quantity of fruits, vegetables, juices, nuts and fiber.  Don’t count calories, chase nutrients!

3.  Eat MORE Protein…

Protein helps build muscles. Make sure to exercise regularly to keep your digestive system up and running.  Quality protein is the most important calorie that effects your metabolic rate, which helps you lose more weight.  It also helps you keep muscle during weight loss, as opposed to losing it.  Plus, it works to help enhance insulin and leptin function, immunity, and healthy cholesterol.

4.  Drink SlimTea…

As you age, your metabolism slows down.  But SlimTea helps:

  • Raise your metabolism
  • Boost your immunity
  • Regulate Insulin Spikes
  • Block the negative effects of starches…

If you’re looking to boost your metabolism, immunity, and keep the weight off as you age, SlimTea is the most convenient thing you can do.

It doesn’t require exercise, it isn’t a fancy diet, and you can take it virtually anywhere you go!