Verified by Marianne Poulsen

Certified Nutrition Advisor

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Weight loss

Ready to hit the beach?

The summer is close, and you are probably not the only one that wishes to lose a few kilos before you are ready to conquer the beach once again. There are so many different ways to lose weight, but whatever approach you choose, they all have something in common – a calorie deficit.

You will have a hard time losing weight if you are not in a calorie deficit. To achieve this deficit, you should consume fewer calories, than you use in your everyday life – or increase your body’s need for calories by increasing your exercise level, and therefore creating a calorie deficit. You will have to train a lot(!) before you can see clear results on the body. Combining physical activity with a calorie deficit is the method, which I recommend, as it is – in the end – the best method for losing weight in a healthy and manageable way. Nupo’s VLCD-diet can be used for a wide variety of weight losses; do you need to lose two, five, ten, or even more? Nupo Diet Shakes, -Soups, and -Oatmeal can be used as your kickstart – follow the diet, and eat the six daily shakes for a fast, safe weight loss. If you want to lose some weight, before the beach season starts, Nupo’s Diet series is definitely worth considering. The diet contains all the nutrients and vitamins, which your body needs to function, and it keeps you around 700 calories per day.

Nupo’s Diet-series is also useable if you need a more stable and long-term weight loss. It is a myth that you gain all the weight again after being on the Nupo Diet. You might gain a little weight gain, as your stomach and body get used to regular food again – you will need to change old habits, and start a more healthy diet to maintain the weight loss. Often, when you finish the Nupo diet, you will not have the same amount of room in your stomach, as you had before starting – you will probably have fewer cravings during the day. It could be beneficial for you, to re-consider eating habits, and e.g. add more vegetables and fruits to your diet, as well as adding more whole-wheat alternatives to pasta, rice, bread, etc. Replacing these foods with healthier options will help you maintain your weight loss in, long term.

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