作者: Sabrina Adia|2023年1月9日
Have you ever been grocery shopping and found yourself reading the nutritional value table that was printed on the box of the food you were purchasing? Have you taken note that there is a calorie count displayed on the table that corresponds to the portion size of the food? What else can we do with the calorie information other than use it to determine the number of calories contained in the food that we are eating? Incorporating calorie counting or creating a calorie deficit for daily use into your weight management plan in order to regulate the quantity of food intake is one of the strategies to accomplish a sustainable weight loss and achieved through the practice of healthy eating. Either ingesting a sufficient number of calories or consuming fewer calories will contribute to the achievement of a healthy weight loss and will avoid the occurrence of any weight gain. A person can have a calorie deficit by not ingesting as many calories a day or week as they require to keep their body weight stable or achieving a goal weight. Calorie reduction may, over time, result in actual weight loss. Calories are the units of measurement that are used to determine how much energy is derived from food that we eat. If you have a calorie deficit of 500 per day, you should be able to successfully lose weight without feeling hungry or suffering significant exhaustion. However, one should bear in mind that not everyone should follow the same caloric deficit and caloric intake due to factors of age, gender, weight and height. Avoiding sugar and processed meals, in addition to engaging in regular physical activity or exercising regularly, will assist to create a calorie deficit that helps in losing weight.
How many sessions do I need to take?
This treatment comprises 10 sessions. Though results are able to be seen after only one session, it is recommended to complete all sessions to achieve optimal results.
I have a packed schedule, will there be any downtime?
As this treatment is completely safe and non-invasive, there is no need for any downtime as there are no wounds to be healed. We assure you that our treatment does not have any surgery, injection or medication.
Can I continue doing calorie deficit while receiving this treatment?
Of course, you can! This treatment will not meddle with your appetite or your overall health, so if you prefer on continuing your calorie deficit plan, you may do so.