Sudden weight gain

Sudden weight gain
Sudden weight gain


Sudden weight gain

It is plain that eating a large amount of fried food, candies and drinking sweetened fizzy and alcoholic drinks add tons of calories and fat grams to meals.
At a most basic level, fried foods are unhealthy because they tend to be very high in fat and calories. For example, a large baked potato contains 220 calories and less than 1 g of fat. But, if you take that same potato and turn it into French fries, you end up with nearly 700 calories and a whopping 34 g of fat.

Extra calories may not be the only cause of weight gain.
         It’s clear enough that a diet based on eating fried foods in huge amounts and drinking sugary fizzy drinks or alcoholic ones will eventually result in weight gain. However the question which arises how do you explain weight gain when your lifestyle includes regular exercise and a controlled healthy diet? Some people are going nuts, simply because despite the highly strict measurement they take to control their weight, the scale keeps going up.
A few things should be kept in mind if you are gaining weight while watching your food and doing your exercises regularly. There is a high likeliness that many things interact to lead to the weight gain.

Sleepless night might be one cause of weight gain
A sane person would not believe that lack of sleep would lead to weight gain. However, people deprived of sleep need more calories to stay awake ” in response to these needs, but they eat more than they really need to, which leads to weight gain “says Kenneth Wright, lead author of the report and director of the University of Colorado Sleep and Chronobiology Laboratory.
Correspondingly, the body functions best when well rested. “a few days of sleep deprivation leads to physiological changes in the brain and behavioral changes that lead people to eat more.,” says Kenneth Wright.

When you’re tired, you also can’t handle stress, so you may postpone all your meals until the nightfall. Furthermore you may tend to eat at later time and, so to speak, eat all the meals at once. Some people think that eating heavy calories-dense snacks might help make up for the lost sleeping hours.Nevertheless, what all these snacks do is merely add more calories.


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