07 Jul Is losing weight an expensive process? – My Personal Experience
In this video, we are going to talk about is losing weight in a healthy manner expensive? How much did I spend in the same?
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So let us talk about, is weight loss an expensive process.
No, absolutely not. 80% of the food and drinks are available at your home in order to lose weight. There are only a few extra things which you need to buy specifically to lose weight.
We all feel that, not only you but even I felt it earlier that maintaining a healthy diet would be quite expensive. Like, eating fruits every day, dry fruits, specific vegetables, seeds, etc. are all expensive nowadays.
We eat sabzi, roti and rice in our normal meals, and they are not that expensive.
But when I lost weight I did notice that our kitchen itself is full of healthy food and drinks. And whatever is expensive, there is surely an alternative option for that.
Such as vegetables, dal, beans like chole, rajma, chana, wheat roti or rice, everything is present in our normal diet. Our weight loss diet is particularly made out of these food items, and vegetables and dal play the main role amongst them.
For detox drinks, we have jeera (cumin), ajwain (carom), haldi (turmeric), dhaniya (coriander), cucumber; everything is available in our kitchen itself.
Eating multigrain roti instead of wheat roti is better for weight loss. Multigrain flour costs almost the same as wheat flour. You can fetch it at your nearest mill or grocery store.
Apart from this, there are fruits. I do not consume fruits every day, only occasionally. Vegetables are a good substitute for fruits.
Eat roasted chana (chickpeas), peanuts or roasted peanuts instead of expensive dried fruits. They have almost the similar nutrition content.
Now let us talk about seeds. Chia seeds, flax seeds, or pumpkin seeds, all these seeds together do not cost more than 300 Rs. in a month, because we do not require more than 1 tbsp of seeds in a day, and we eat just one kind of seeds in a day.
And green tea, which is 200 Rs per packet and it goes on for a month. Similarly, a packet of oats costing … Rs goes on for a month.
It will cost you only 800-1000 Rs extra every month, and the other things are already available in your kitchen.
Now if we talk about exercise then you must be thinking that you need to join a gym. A good gym will cost you a minimum of 15,000 Rs per year, and a personal trainer will cost you more. If you can afford it, well and good.
If you cannot, then what is the need? I haven’t joined a gym either. Do cardio at your home, do brisk walking, or jogging. And for weight training, invest in a good set of weights, dumbbells, bar, etc. Even I purchased the basic equipment within an amount of 3400 Rs, which will not only be useful for 1 year but will be efficient for at least 3-4 years. And the information of performing exercises with these can be found online.
But you also need to note of how much you are going to save. You are going to quit junk food, eliminating the costs of special food at home, costs of sweet tea and coffee, cold drinks, ice cream and juices. You are going to save at least 1000 Rs by just eliminating these unhealthy food items.
So staying healthy and losing weight in a healthy manner is not at all expensive.
So if you are lacking behind thinking about the costs, just start with it today, because staying healthy is not at all expensive, not is losing weight.
This is my personal experience and the people who are losing weight with my guidance tell the same.
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NOTE - Friends, I am not dietitian or Doctor, I write information here on the basis of my own 25 kilo weight loss experience and sometimes from online research. Please take doctor advice before applying any tip, as each and every human body is different.