Trying to lose weight? You’ve got to be careful of just a few things.
Drink plenty of ice-cold water, your body will have to burn calories to warm the water up to body temperature. Water also keeps you hydrated. And it takes up a lot of space in your stomach making you feel “full” while taking in less calories.
Have a proper breakfast.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eat healthy and fresh food in the morning everyday. It will help you stop snacking at random times.
Eat protein at every meal.
Protein, not only having less calories, take more time to digest. This gives you a feeling of being full for a longer time.
Fasten your pace while during cardio workouts. Pick up the tempo with upbeat music.
Weigh yourself once a week.
Keeping track of whats going on always helps. Weight yourself at the end of the week so know where you stand. And adjust your routine accordingly.
Sleep a bit more.
Studies show that during sleep fat burning harmonies are released, so it is best to sleep just half hour more than your usual time.
Eat one less bite.
Enjoy your favorite foods, but just a bit less. This is the perfect way to start. Whether eating healthy or junk, eat one less bite of everything. You will see how much one bite can make a difference.
Chew sugarless gum.
Using gum as a substitute is a smart move, keeping your month busy can help you avoid food with excessive calories like a dough-nut or cake. Chewing gum also help in weight loss by causing frequent bowel movements.
Keep a food journal.
Record each and every calorie you take in. This will help you plan your eating habits more effectively.
Set a goal.
Aim for a size and buy a dress before you start dieting. It will help serve as a reminder of your goal.
Floss after dinner.
This will help to you to avoid mid-night snacks. Brush your teeth right after dinner and you will see yourself hesitate eating anything before bed.
Use more spices.
Spicing up you food helps you not only to eat is less but also help curb your hunger and trigger your brain to release endorphins, making you feel happy.