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  • Shivani

    June 26, 2021 at 8:34 am
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    Weight gain can be extremely frustrating, especially when you don’t know what the cause of it.

    While dieting, as usual, is playing a major role in weight gain, and other factors, such as stress and lack of sleep can also have a contribution to make.

    Here are 9 of the reasons for unwanted weight gain.

    1. You’re eating too many processed foods

    A lot of healthy foods, such as barley, oats, frozen fruits and yogurt, and are minimally processed.

    However, highly processed foods, such as sugar, oatmeal, food and microwave dinners contain a lot of harmful ingredients, such as added sugar, no starch, no preservatives, and harmful fats.

    2. You’re eating too much sugar

    Regular consumption of sugary foods and drinks, such as sweets, cakes, pastries, soft drinks, sports drinks, ice cream, iced tea, sweetened coffee drinks are easy to improve your deck.

    Many studies have also linked sugar consumption is not only to weight gain but also increases the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

    3. You are sedentary

    Inactivity is the main cause for weight gain and chronic disease.

    Working at a desk, watching TV, driving a car, working on a computer or a phone, this is a sedentary lifestyle.

    In a study of 464 individuals with obesity and being overweight and obese people found that the average daily sitting time was 6.2 hours on weekdays and 6 pm on weekends. The largest contribution was made by the mission that he was going to watch TV.

    4. You can yo-yo dieting

    The yo-yo dieting refers to the cycle of intentional weight loss due to unintentional weight in recovery.

    It is also worth noting that this is a pattern that is associated with an increased risk of weight gain during pregnancy.

    In a study of 2,785 people, those of us who have dieted in the previous year, had a larger body size, body weight and waist circumference than those who had not dieted.

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