Your BMR decreases as you age, making it harder to stay slim as you get older. However, the good news is that you can also increase your BMR with a regular routine of cardiovascular exercise, muscle-building exercises and metabolism-boosting foods.
Once you have a figure for your daily energy needs, you can reduce this by 15–20 percent in order to lose weight. (This is only a guide and may vary between individuals – if you’re still hungry, eat more, but if you’re completely full, eat less.)
If you are breastfeeding you also need to increase your calories by approximately 300–500 per day to assist in milk supply production.
It is a common misconception that you need to starve yourself to lose weight. This is simply not true! Healthy CAN be delicious! The Healthy Mummy has proven that you can EAT YOUR WAY TO WEIGHT LOSS!
To find out your BMR, you can use our Healthy Mummy BMR calculator
Of the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge, Kahlia says: “The food is incredible, you are never hungry, you are never short of recipes for a craving or entertaining guests and support as I said is endless. Join with me, let’s do this together it works!”
Bec says: “I love that all the meals are so delicious and I know I’m always eating healthy. Best of all I lose weight eating all the foods I love!”
To find out your BMR, you can use our Healthy Mummy BMR calculator.
One of our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge members, Brooke Bregg, went from 12.10st to 9.4st. She did this by following the Challenge and completely changing her eating habits. She says, “I couldn’t be healthier and happier in my own skin and love that our son will grow up with a great role model.”
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