When to start losing weight for the wedding?

The wedding cake, flowers, rings, photos, the honeymoon is the stuff dreams are made of, and every bride wants to look perfect and amah-zing in her wedding dress. Planning a wedding is exciting because every bride wants to look great in their wedding dress on their wedding day. But it becomes stressful and sometimes overwhelming if you're unhappy with your weight. So, when to start losing weight for the wedding?

Here are a few ideas that help you to get started to reach your wedding weight loss goal in time without putting your health at risk.

Weight Loss Tips For the Wedding Six Months Away

It is advisable to have about one year to lose weight before marriage in a healthy and wholesome way. But it may not always be possible. But if you get about six months, it is also enough to lose weight before marriage in a healthy way and looks stunned and beautiful on the wedding day. Here are your perfect bridal weight loss tips that can make you a big difference look on your wedding day-

Track what you're eating

Please keep track of what you eat every per day meal because it can be an incredibly helpful tool to help you lose weight and create the right diet chart.

Calculate calorie

For most people, dieting means losing calories from the body. Yes, that's right. However, to achieve weight loss, it is necessary to remove the extra calories from the body and find out its sources.

But how do you find the right amount of calories for you? Based on height, weight, gender, and various factors, such as what you eat and how active you are, the number of calories varies.

To maintain weight, daily caloric needs for women are 2,000 to 2,400 calories.

To maintain weight, daily caloric needs for men: 2,400 to 3,000 calories.

You can track your estimated calories you have to eat each day by using an online calorie counter to get an idea of how many calories you need to eat each day.

Planning your diet

A balanced diet plan helps you reach the destination goal you want to achieve by losing weight for the wedding day and provides you with the energy you need to stay focused and, most importantly, enjoy every moment of your day once it comes.

Reduce carbohydrates

Usually, in a 2000-calorie diet, generally, you consume between 225 and 325 grams carbohydrates. But to reach toward your goal, try to cut around 50 to 150 grams of carbs per day, including complex or starchy carbs and simple carbs like sugar, bread, rice, pasta, and starchy vegetables like beans, peas, corn, and potatoes each day.

Reducing total carbohydrates in the diet makes the weight loss faster than high carb diets by reducing appetite. When you start eating enough protein without carbohydrates, it boosts your metabolism while losing weight.

Increase your protein intake

Dietary recommendations for protein-rich foods will help you stay full longer energized. Therefore it increases your metabolism throughout the day. Moreover, protein’s amino acids also help you maintain healthy skin.

Try to consume more protein like eggs, chicken, salmon, shrimp, etc. And can also get vegan protein like Greek yogurt, lentils, and chickpeas than excess carbohydrates and fats. Studies have found that our bodies can only absorb 20-30g of lean protein in one sitting. So if you consumed 25 to 30 percent calories from protein that your body will lose more body fat.

Get enough fiber 

Don’t forget to take 25 grams of fiber per day because it helps you preventing constipation during your diet. Besides, it also makes you feel more satisfied, decreases hunger throughout the day, especially when you get fiber from food sources rather than supplements.

Eat more vegetables

Vegetables are a great source to help you stay full, as it is full of fiber and provides essential nutrients. They're low in calories, so it is readily incorporated with any meal and making you feeling bright on your wedding day. Try to have a veggie and a spinach omelet or a salad topped with lean protein or a piece of salmon with roasted vegetables in every per meal.

Stay hydrated

It's also important to drink water at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water each day. Always try to drink a cup of warm water with honey or Apple Cider Vinegar every morning and a glass of warm water after every meal. Drink 2-3 cups of green tea a day. If you're overweight, add exercise to your routine and always drink more water because proper hydration promotes good digestion and glowing skin on your wedding day.

Don't skip meals 

Eating three meals a day and having a snack can help you keep full and make you less likely to snack on unhealthy foods. Skipping meals practically guarantees you're much more likely to eat at dinner. Cook with ingredients that will help you feel satisfied and always sitting down at the table because it will give you a much more accurate sense of how much you're eating.

Add Exercise

Besides dieting, it is essential to adding exercise when planning for weight loss. But that doesn't mean that you have to spend hours at the gym or run a marathon. If you have never worked out before, go for a 30 minutes’ walk before breakfast three times a week. Try switching to a 30-minute walk at a moderate intensity at lunch or after dinner or all three. As with diet, if you exercise regularly, it will not only aid your weight loss goals but also help to reduce anxiety and stimulate mood-boosting endorphins.

Besides maintaining these allow your-self one cheat day in the week. Because by doing this, your body and your mind are not entirely deprived.

Final words

Regardless of your goals, whether for a wedding or weight loss, it's important to remember that your weight shouldn't determine your happiness. Remember that losing weight on your wedding day is about fitting into an outfit or looking a certain way in photos. But what matters most is that the benefits of being at a healthy weight allow you to enjoy your special day and make you feel comfortable with who you are and will stay with you long after you say "I Do."

Robert Blackshire

This is Robert S. Blackshire, I am a cyclist and blogger. I start cycling when I was at the age of 18. I love to write about my cycling, bike review and parts review. Regularly writing about cycling for various magazines, newspapers and websites.

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