Almost all the celebrations from the Festivals to the New Year are over. You have overslept all the hangovers you might have, relax, and now you are ready to face the new year ahead and all the challenges and opportunities it will bring. Due to the amount of food and drink consumed during the holiday season, it's very likely that you gained a bit of weight during the vacation, so Weigh-In Day is a great time to set New Year's New Year goals. You: Start eating better and exercise more often so you can not only lose weight but also improve your overall health. After all, nothing can be more important than your health, right?
History of Weigh-In Day
Weigh-In Day is a holiday celebrated on January 4th every year. There is no clear evidence of the founder and origin of this celebration Day. However, Weigh-In Days can already exist as long as the habit of overeating during vacations - in short, is actually a very long time. The traditional Christmas party we know today, includes roasted turkey or another type of roast meat, potatoes and a Christmas cake from the Middle Ages in England.
King Henry VIII was the first British monarch known to have eaten a roast turkey for Christmas dinner, and the tradition quickly spread from then on. English poet and farmer Thomas Tusser notes that in 1573, roasted turkey was the main dish of Christmas.
How to Celebrate Weigh-In Day
Celebrating Weigh-In Day is quite simple. If you have gained some weight during holidays, let weigh-in your weight to set a weight loss goal.
Please remember: dieting is not about eating apples and apples for weeks in a row while exercising until you are exhausted. Doing such things not only harms the body by depriving the body of protein, vitamins, etc that your body needs but can also cause a yo-yo effect, making you heavier than it was initially challenge and feel even more miserable.
Diet isn't just about losing weight at all costs; In fact, it's about changing your diet and lifestyle in a way that makes you healthier, and losing weight is more of a side effect than anything else. If you eat healthy and exercise regularly, your body will begin to lose excess weight on its own.
If you're having trouble deciding which foods you should cut / eat more of and what exercises should you do to help you reach your target weight, there are plenty of nutritionists who specialize in eating more. A nutritionist and personal trainer will help you. Glad to make you healthier and lose weight properly. The first step is always the hardest one, but what you have to do on this Consideration Day stand on that scale and commit to deciding that you want to lose weight.
ObservedNational Weigh-In Day has been observed the first Monday in January.
Monday, January 6th, 2020
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