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8 Ways to Lose Weight in Summer

Looking to lose weight in summer? Here are some healthy tips to get you started.
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If you do fitness on an irregular basis, summer is not the best time to increase the load. In the heat, the atmospheric pressure changes, and you can get heart and blood vessel problems. Therefore, one can apply many ways to lose weight and get one’s body in shape without much effort, just enjoying the summer days.

Enjoy Summer Activities to Lose Weight

It is easy to lose weight in summer if there is a river, lake, sea, or pool nearby. Swimming is not only the easiest method to lose weight, but also a great exercise for muscles, i.e., you not only burn calories and lose extra pounds but also make your body stronger. Beach volleyball, surfing, kayaking, and diving are just a few of the sports that you can enjoy in the summer while losing weight and saying cellulite bye! Invite your friends, and make it your goal to become a professional beach volleyball player, or just play for fun!


Eat Fruit Salads

Watermelons, melons, cherries, strawberries, peaches, kiwi, and other juicy fruits are the key to painless weight loss. Since the summer heat and fruit salads are the perfect combinations, you have another good reason not to give up this wonderful method. Fresh fruits are surprisingly low in calories and will also fill your body with enough vitamins so you won’t need anything. By the way, it’s a good idea to eat more grapefruits. They are sour and bitter, and many people don’t like them, but grapefruit helps burn fat. Grapefruit regulates insulin levels, helping you burn calories instead of storing them.

Say Yes to Vegetables

If you also think that if you replace sweets with fruit salads — this is what you need to lose weight, then you will not mind making salads from any vegetables that you find in the fridge. For example, green salad leaves are low in calories and are tasty enough.

Eat Watermelon

Scientists from the University of Kentucky have discovered that watermelon consumption can significantly reduce body fat. This fruit is amazing in taste, while having a few calories, and a refreshing effect on a hot day: watermelon helps to manage a stable energy level and hydration allowing to abandon high-calorie sports drinks.

Drink Plenty of Water

Maintaining your water balance is an important part of losing weight. Water will help eliminate toxins that interfere with normal metabolism, extreme hunger and will do wonders for your skin, hair, and nails.

Related: How to Actually Drink Enough Water Each Day 

Make Homemade Lemonades 

It would be much easier to lose weight if you ban drinking these tempting carbonated refreshments. But what if you cook something like that yourself? You can add fresh fruit, mint to them and create your own healthy lemonade without affecting your figure.

Choose an Alternative Transport

Busy buses and subways are a nightmare that gets worse in the summer heat. What about a bike or roller skates? This is a great way to get from point A to point B without using public transport and saving money. Plus, it’s another painless way to lose weight in the summer.

Get Up Early

Waking up early in the morning, eating breakfast, and exercising while the body is ready to burn calories and turn them into clean energy is also a way to lose weight. But why do it in the summer? Because the sun rises earlier in summer, which means you will not feel completely overwhelmed.

Do you have your own exclusive methods of losing weight? Share your ideas with us!

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Written by Amanda Howard

Amanda Howard, a LA native, is one of Dine Magazine's writers with a focus on lifestyle, food, wellness, and cannabis. When she's not traveling the world for the next best eat, she focuses her time writing and snuggling her overweight Pug.

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