One of the main reasons that people use spirulina in their daily routine is to drop unwanted weight. If you have never used a superfood, or specifically spirulina, then you may be at a loss of where to start.
If you have started using it, but you aren’t seeing any changes, then you may need some assistance.
Below are some tips for the beginner and for someone not seeing results with their spirulina for weight loss plans.
Spirulina as Part of the Plan
All too often, people tend to use spirulina as a quick fix or all in one superfood that will help them drop weight with nothing else being done. This is not true at all. Just like with anything else with weight loss, you need to have a full plan of diet and exercise.
Spirulina is part of that plan and helps with the diet portion. It gives you what you need in your body to keep it running like it should. You will still need to set up an exercise plan to help the spirulina along.
Consider Your Intake
Spirulina is loaded with various vitamins and minerals. This is a huge boon for most people who are looking to replace supplements and get the nutritional boost they need for weight loss.
The problem is that the very boon you are thrilled about could lead to a stumbling block in your weight loss plan if you don’t plan it out properly.
Some of these vitamins and minerals, like iron for example, can cause moderate to severe constipation when taken in large doses. This constipation and cause gas, inflammation, and build up in the intestines. These issues can result in what appears to be a weight gain on the scales. You will need to make sure that you are compensating for this by either reducing your intake of spirulina to a few times a week or incorporating prunes or other natural laxatives and superfoods into your diet.
Increase Water Intake
Hearing that you need to drink water is something that is always part of a weight loss plan. What you may not know is why it is part of the plan.
You need to make sure that you are keeping your body hydrated, but that is just part of it. The water also helps flush toxins from the body. This helps to keep bacteria and illness from settling in and helps flush the system of any waste that may be at a standstill.
Keep in mind, your body is similar to the pipes in your home. If they are not cleaned and flushed regularly, then build up can occur. This adds weight to the pipes. It also may trap things from moving through the pipes causing more weight and blockages. The same can be said of your body and how it works.
By keeping these tips in mind, you can develop a routine that works for you as well as see some things that you may need to add to your routine.
There are other things to keep in mind, but these tips will help you get started and see a boost in your weight loss
plans and goals.