If you are planning your wedding (or simply want to ditch a few pounds), the following pointers will help you a lot!
There is nothing like an impending wedding to make you stress out about your looks and your weight. Your wedding day is one that you will remember for the rest of your life, and there will be plenty of photos of the occasion too; so you’ll want to look your best. Luckily, most brides have a lot of notice before the wedding day so there is plenty of time to start shifting the pounds if you are worrying about carrying a little too much weight on your big day.
If you are getting married soon and you want to lose weight for it, then the sooner you start, the better. Now is the perfect time to start losing weight, so by the time the big day comes around you’ll be feeling confident and self-assured. Here’s how to do it!
Eat Healthy; Exercise
There is no better way to lose weight than to eat a healthy, fresh and varied diet. Swear yourself off burgers and chips and make a promise to yourself to fill your fridge full of nutrient-rich, fat-free goodies. The healthier you eat, the sooner you will start losing weight. You will have to exercise too in order to kick start your metabolism, so choose a cardiovascular activity such as running, swimming or aerobics, and do it at least twice a week. You will find that these things alone will help the fat drop off, leaving you svelte for your wedding day.
Quit the Habits
Now is not the time to be drinking loads and scoffing loads of sweets! How about you make a promise to yourself that you will stop drinking & eating foods containing high fats in the run up to your wedding?
It will not only aid in your weight loss program for the wedding, but also make you healthier & happier!
This should be the last resort. A lot of women who are about to get married decide that this is the time for them to make some more drastic alterations to their body. Some go for liposuction or CoolSculpting; both of these have a very dramatic effect on your body shape. It’s not a procedure for the faint-hearted; you will have to pay for the operation and the recovery time may well take a few weeks; but if it’s quick results you are looking for then this could be the option for you.
Not everybody is able to have surgery done; for example those that are obese will be turned away as the surgery just won’t be effective. But if you have a few stubborn pounds that just won’t go away then you may well find that surgery is your answer.