Tuesday, November 15, 2011

8 Diet Tips - Weight Loss Wednesday - 3

Do you want to lose some weight? Join She Exists on Wednesdays, for Weight Loss Wednesday Program. It’s WLW-3 and we’ve already talked about Psychological Dos and Startup Dos. Today we’ll talk about Diet Tips (Dos and Don’ts). 





Fat Burning Diet Plan
Losing pounds doesn’t mean that you’ve to torture yourself with hunger and eating NOT-SO-TASTY food. It’s the process of taking sensible steps and making a diet plan and then follow it with full spirit. Adopt the simple eating dos and don’ts and feel the noticeable change in the starting week.


1) Take a Heavy Breakfast:
A morning meal made up mostly of carbs and protein with some fat keeps blood-sugar levels steady and hunger away so you're not at risk to pigging out come lunch, studies show. A big and heavy breakfast can be made up of egg whites and whole-wheat toast, juices and teas, Butters or creams served with cornflakes etc.


2) Change your Eating Habits:
Its impossible to lose weight if you eat 2 or 3 large meals a day, this causing your metabolism to slow right down. You must eat 5-6 smaller meals spread throughout the day. If you starve yourself, your body will hold onto all the food it gets to prepare it for the next 8 hours of starvation, and stores all this as fat!


3) Choose Snack Smartly:
Consume between meals used to be on the weight-loss hit list. But nutritionists now know that it's better to satisfy a craving with healthy food than ignore it and risk a big junk-food later. The best picks are filling, protein-packed snacks, such as one stick of string cheese, a tablespoon of peanut butter on a piece of fruit, or a medium-size bowl of red beans.


4) Add Fruits in your Diet:
Fruit has no fat and is mostly water, so it'll fill you up while leaving less room on your plate (and in your stomach) for high-cal fare. Don't worry about the fruits carbs amount; they are good and healthy kind of carbohydrates that contain lots of healthy fiber.


5) Eat Enough Fibers in your Diet:
During your time dieting you will find yourself constipated and you are going to need your fiber. Eat enough fiber to keep your digestive system healthy and working.


6) Do Not Change Diets too Often:
It can be frustrating not to see results after a considerable period. However, it would be imprudent to change diet plans too often, especially since not all bodies react to all diets the same way. Give a program at least 6-8 weeks to yield results before you shift to another one just to give your body a fair chance to adjust and react properly.


7) Don’t Starve:
Starving you in order to lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time, this is absolutely not a healthy move in the long run. Such behavior can lead to serious disorders such as Bulimia Nervosa and Anorexia Nervosa, which, although they are referred to as eating disorders, are, in fact, emotional disorders.


8) Don’t Eat Lots of Healthy Food:
We heard people complaining that we’re taking this and that and that and blablabla but we’re not losing weight. It’s natural that if you consume a lot more than your body and stomach wants, you’ll either move to weight gain or a stable weight. Do not eat healthy food more than your body needs.


Stay tuned on She Exists for Weight Loss Plans on Wednesdays. We hope we’ll give you some courage and motivation to reduce and get what you always wish for in few weeks. And Don’t forget:
You are amazing as you are.
Other Topics on Weight Loss on She Exists:

5 Psychological-Dos - Weight Loss Wednesday - 1

10 Start-up-Dos - Weight Loss Wednesday - 2

Weight Loss is a Fun Process

Ramadan and Health

Round is a shape



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