5 Tips on Losing Weight for New Years | Dermaquip

First of all, the team at Dermaquip would like to wish all of our readers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We hope that your time with loved ones is well spent! Secondly, we want to close out this year’s writing with a post about New Year’s resolutions, and how cosmetic procedures and surgeries can help accomplish some of them.


The most popular New Year resolutions

According to “Statistic Brain”, the most popular New Year resolution is to lose weight. In other words, there are more people on Earth that want to lose weight during this season than there are who want more material things. That’s an astonishing fact, but unfortunately (as some of us know) it’s not as easy as it sounds.

Losing weight is extremely difficult, but it isn’t impossible. One of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to this goal is trying too much all at once. That’s right—if you overwhelm yourself to quickly you’ll burn out before January is over. Sure, you can buy all of the fancy clothes and equipment, but at the end of the day what’s most important is you planning your days accordingly, and putting in the work.


5 practical tips for losing weight

So, what are some real ways to lose weight that are practical (and more importantly—doable) for an average human? Let’s take a look.

  1. Stop drinking soda, drink water instead. Also, replace your extra sweet frappuccino with black coffee.
  2. Limit desserts to one a day (and not the entire ice cream bucket either).
  3. If you are currently not working out, start by going to the gym (or working out at home) for 45 minutes, 3 days a week. Once you do this for the first month, bump it up to an hour, 4 times a week.
  4. Use smaller plates. When you use large plates, your mind automatically thinks you need more food to fill the plate. If you use a smaller plate, you will be more careful with your selections.
  5. Limit your snacking, or replace your unhealthy snacks with veggies.


Will these tips give you a six pack? Maybe not. Will they help you on your way to losing weight? Absolutely. If you can master these 5 things by February, you can start expanding and getting more ambitious with your fitness and diet routines.


Cosmetic surgery can help, too

That’s right—some people think they want to lose weight and put in the work to do so, but what they really want is to tighten up some skin or get a quicker solution. Now, we would never recommend cosmetic surgery as an alternative to a healthy lifestyle, but there is no doubt that combined together these two things can work miracles.

For example, you might want to start by working out and dieting for a year. After that, you might want to consider a tummy tuck or fat transfer to even out your body. However, after your recovery it would be essential for you to continue your healthy lifestyle in order to maintain your results.


Dermaquip wishes you a Happy New Year!

We hope you have a great New Year and you come back in 2017 focused, and stronger than ever. We’ll be here with more tips and cosmetic articles. Don’t forget if you’re a doctor or know a doctor who is need of facial recognition tools, that we offer some of the best in the world.

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