WANT to LOSE a dress size?

 

Personal image has always been important. Feeling confident and healthy improves all aspects of your life.

Pentus Slim is the ideal motivational tool to kick start you into a healthier lifestyle

because weight loss is instant and results can be seen immediately.

This encouraging start makes it easier to adopt better eating and exercise habits.

Pentus Slim is especially ideal for 2 types of people: those that are already following a healthy diet and lifestyle and want to remove localized pockets of fat or drop body fat % OR those who want to use the Pentus Slim and the recommended lifestyle protocol to “jump start” their slimming efforts as motivation for maintaining a healthier and slimmer lifestyle.

The Pentus Slim programme is more effective if a balanced diet and regular exercise are adhered to as part
of your weight loss programme.

4 Tips for Getting in Shape and Losing Weight
1. PENTUS SLIM BODY CONTOURING IS AN OPTIMAL ACCOMPANIMENT TO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE.

For those who are of a normal body weight but still find that stubborn fatty areas just won’t decrease with diet and exercise,LED light fat removal is a simple, effective and non-invasive way to literally flush extra fat out of your system.

2. ADD WHOLE FOODS, SUBTRACT PROCESSED FOODS

Food is a wonderful thing, but many people assume that losing weight means eating less. While that might work in some cases, starvation is never a healthy means of losing weight or staying healthy. The key is to remove unhealthy components of your diet and replace them with plenty of nutrient-rich healthy foods.

Often, food we buy contains artificial preservatives and chemicals which are harmful to the body. Foods high in sodium and fat are not healthy either. Get into the habit of eating food that is natural, organic and whole (i.e. not processed). These foods have no added chemicals or preservatives making them a healthier option for everyone.
Processed foods also lend to expanding waistlines, risk of heart disease and diabetes with a lot of extra sugar, sodium and saturated fats causing inflammation in the body.

Add lots of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, unprocessed grains and healthy fats found in foods like almonds, olive oil and avocados.

3. WORK OUTS: YOUR BODY IS YOUR EQUIPMENT

Before you hit the weight section of the gym, consider this: you were born with free exercise equipment. Many people assume they need to lift weights and run on treadmills for hours in packed gyms in order to stay healthy, but that’s not true.

Try doing twenty push-ups with perfect form (head, neck and spine aligned with your rear and knees-like a plank). If you can’t quite do this yet, make it your goal.

You can also do squats and lunges to sculpt your legs and sit-ups or crunches for your abs. The key is proper form. Be aware of each movement and remember to breathe.

Don’t forget cardio vascular exercise. You can achieve this a number of ways: jogging, biking, swimming and playing sports. You should aim for about an hour of cardio activity 3-5 times a week.

To keep your muscles limber, try a yoga or dance class.

4. REST

Don’t think of rest as being lazy. Your body needs to repair itself with adequate rest periods. Approx. 8 hours sleep per.night will help your system recover from workouts, helping your body maintain muscle mass.

Sleep also helps in the metabolism of food, helping you burn calories from foods eaten.

By maintaining a healthy diet and exercise you can expect long term results.