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Of course, the harmful effects of sugar go way beyond just weight gain. It can have disastrous effects on metabolic health and raise your risk of all sorts of diseases ().

Although small amounts of natural sugars from foods (like New Balance Sneaker Kl574yepm Violett
) are absolutely fine, large amounts from added sugar and sugary drinks can be an absolute disaster.

There is absolutely NO physiological need for these beverages and the long-term benefits of avoiding them can be enormous.

One very simple trick to increase weight loss is to drink more water .

This can increase the number of calories you burn for up to 90 minutes (, ).

Drinking about 2 liters (68 ounces, or 8 glasses) of water per day can make you burn about 96 more calories per day.

But when you drink water may be even more important, because having it before meals can help reduce hunger and make you automatically eat fewer calories ().

In one study, drinking a half liter (17 ounces) of water a half hour before meals made people lose 44% more weight over a period of 12 weeks ().

When combined with a healthy diet, drinking more water (especially before meals) does appear to be helpful if you need to lose weight.

Caffeinated beverages such as coffee and green tea are also excellent. The caffeine in them can help boost metabolism somewhat, at least in the short term (, ).

When we eat fewer calories, our bodies compensate by making us burn less.

This is why long-term calorie restriction can significantly reduce metabolism.

Not only that, but it can also lead to loss of muscle mass. Muscle is metabolically active, so this can reduce metabolism even further.

Pretty much the only proven strategy to prevent this from happening is to exert your muscles by lifting weights.

This has been repeatedly shown to prevent muscle loss and prevent your metabolism from slowing down during long-term calorie restriction (, ).

Of course, we don't want to just lose fat... we want to make sure that what is beneath also looks good.

“Just dare,” she was challenged by a lady teacher who had gotten fed up with her meanness. “Na uambie Matiang’i akufungie hii shule uweke kwa handbag uende nayo nyumbani uki -retire (tell Education Cabinet secretary Matiang’i to wrap the school for you so that you can carry it in your handbag once you retire) said another agitated invigilator.

Trust teachers to come up with creative excuses when they do not wish to go to certain exam centres. “I have to attend my grandmother’s funeral. In fact, I have already booked a ticket and I am travelling in the evening by Easy Coach,” I heard one invigilator claim, once she was advised that the principal of the centre she had been send to was mean.

Excuses galore

Immediately a replacement was found, she went back demanding to be taken to another school. “Has your grandmother resurrected? “Asked the education officer. Needless to say she ended up in her school of choice. Another claimed that he could not control himself if taken to a certain girls’ school. “Please take me to another station unless you are planning to have me jailed!” he pleaded.

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