CitrusSlim™ : How Light Exercise Can Support Your Weight Loss & Health Goals
We’ve all heard that you “should” exercise if we want to lose weight and have good health. But for many, the thought of committing to a regular exercise program stops us in our tracks. We often think exercise must be sweaty, hard to do, time compelling or that you have to belong to a gym or have expensive equipment.
The true answer is these preconceptions are wrong!
You don’t have to break a sweat, stress out your muscles, spend hours working out or spending a ton of money on a gym membership or expensive equipment.
All you need is 10-20 minutes three to five days a week, a little room in your house and a smartphone or tablet.
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Not into the preconceived notions of a workout or what it means to exercise.?
You can get the exact same benefits by walking, dancing, gardening. The truth is it’s more about getting physical activity and not the specifics of what you do.
Being active has been shown to have many health benefits, both physically and mentally. It may even help you live longer
Here are the top 10 ways regular exercise or physical activity benefits your body
The Top 10 Benefits of Exercise
1. Exercise can make you feel happier
Exercise has been shown to improve your mood and decrease feelings of depression, anxiety, and stress.
It produces changes in the parts of the brain that regulate stress and anxiety. It can also increase brain sensitivity to the hormones serotonin and norepinephrine, which relieve feelings of depression.
Additionally, exercise can increase the production of endorphins, which are
known to help produce positive feelings and reduce the perception of pain.
Interestingly, it doesn’t matter how intense your workout is. It seems that
exercise can benefit your mood no matter the intensity of the physical activity.
2. Exercise can help with weight loss
Some studies have shown that inactivity is a major factor in weight gain and obesity.
To understand the effect of exercise on weight reduction, it is important to understand the relationship between exercise and energy expenditure (spending).
Your body spends energy in three ways:
• digesting food
• maintaining body functions, like your heartbeat and breathing
While dieting, a reduced calorie intake will lower your metabolic rate, which can temporarily delay weight loss. On the contrary, regular exercise has been shown to increase your metabolic rate, which can burn more calories to help you lose weight.
3. Exercise is good for your muscles and bones
Exercise plays a vital role in building and maintaining strong muscles and bones.
Activities like weightlifting can stimulate muscle building when paired with adequate protein intake.
This is because exercise helps release hormones that promote your muscles’ ability to absorb amino acids. This helps them grow and reduces their breakdown.
As people age, they tend to lose muscle mass and function, which can lead to an increased risk of injury. Practicing regular physical activity is essential to reducing muscle loss and maintaining strength as you age.
4. Exercise can increase your energy levels
Exercise can be a real energy booster for many people, including those with various medical conditions.
One study found that 6 weeks of regular exercise reduced feelings of fatigue who had reported persistent fatigue
Exercise can also significantly increase energy levels for people with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and other health conditions.
In fact, exercise seems to be more effective at combating CFS than other treatments, including passive therapies like relaxation and stretching or no treatment at all.
And let’s not forget the fantastic heart and lung health benefits of exercise. Aerobic exercise boosts the cardiovascular system and improves lung health, which can significantly help with energy levels.
As you move more, your heart pumps more blood, delivering more oxygen to your working muscles. With regular exercise, your heart becomes more efficient and adept at moving oxygen into your blood, making your muscles more efficient.
5. Exercise can reduce your risk of chronic disease
Lack of regular physical activity is a primary cause of chronic disease.
Regular exercise has been shown to improve insulin sensivity, heart health, and body composition. It can also decrease blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
In contrast, a lack of regular exercise — even in the short term — can lead to significant increases in belly fat, which may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease..
That’s why regular physical activity is recommended to reduce belly fat and decrease the risk of developing these conditions.
6. Exercise can help skin health
Your skin can be affected by the amount of oxidative stress in your body.
Oxidative stress occurs when the body’s antioxidant defenses cannot completely repair the cell damage caused by compounds known as free radicals. This can damage the structure of the cells and negatively impact your skin.
Even though intense and exhaustive physical activity can contribute to oxidative damage, regular moderate exercise can actually increase your body’s production of natural antioxidants which help protect cells.
In the same way, exercise can stimulate blood flow and induce skin cell adaptations that can help delay the appearance of skin aging.
7. Exercise can help your brain health and memory
Exercise can improve brain function and protect memory and thinking skills.
To begin with, it increases your heart rate, which promotes the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain. It can also stimulate the production of hormones that enhance the growth of brain cells.
Plus, the ability of exercise to prevent chronic disease can translate into benefits for your brain, since its function can be affected by these conditions. Regular physical activity is especially important in older adults since aging — combined with oxidative stress and inflammation — promotes changes in brain structure and function.
Exercise has been shown to cause the hippocampus, a part of the brain that’s vital for memory and learning, to grow in size, which may help improve mental function in older adults.
8. Exercise can help with relaxation and sleep quality
Regular exercise can help you relax and sleep better.
With regard to sleep quality, the energy depletion (loss) that occurs during exercise stimulates restorative processes during sleep.
Moreover, the increase in body temperature that occurs during exercise is thought to improve sleep quality by helping body temperature drop during sleep.
You can be flexible with the kind of exercise you choose. It appears that either aerobic exercise alone or aerobic exercise combined with resistance training can both improve sleep quality.
9. Exercise can reduce pain
Although chronic pain can be debilitating, exercise can actually help reduce it.
In fact, for many years, the recommendation for treating chronic pain was rest and inactivity. However, recent studies show that exercise helps relieve chronic pain.
10. Exercise can promote a better sex life
Exercise has been proven to boost sex drive Engaging in regular exercise can strengthen the heart, improve blood circulation, tone muscles, and enhance flexibility, all of which can improve your sex life.
Physical activity can also improve sexual performance and sexual pleasure while increasing the frequency of sexual activity.
Interestingly enough, one study showed that regular exercise was associated with increased sexual function and desire in 405 postmenopausal women.
A review of 10 studies also found that exercising for at least 160 minutes per week over a 6-month period could help significantly improve erectile function in men.
The bottom line
incredible benefits that can improve nearly every aspect of your health.
Regular physical activity can increase the production of hormones that
make you feel happier and help you sleep better.
It can also:
• improve your skin’s appearance
• help you lose weight and keep it off
• reduce the risk of chronic disease
• improve your sex life And it doesn’t take much movement to make a big difference in your health.
For every purchase of CitruSlim®, you will also receive our FREE detailed nutrition meal planning with recipes selected by our nutritionist, Andrew Terman. These nutrition programs typically cost hundreds of dollars but will be provided as part of the CitruSlim® regimen. And, as part of the package, you also receive 1 month free of Ray’s Rambling, our inspiring exercise coach who will provide you with your daily workout and meditation program.