Weight management for a healthy living depends on energy output and input. Losing Weight For one to lose weight he/she need to create a calorie deficit, which means burning more calories than you take in. One can do this by decreasing calories consumed or increasing the amount or intensity of exercise. Plan to lose ½ -2 pounds per week. Losing more than that may indicate eating too little or exercising too much
Weight Loss Tips
• Listen to your body. Make a conscious effort to eat when you are hungry and stop eating when you are full. It is amazing how many people will eat strictly because it’s “lunch time” without paying attention to how hungry they really are.
• Eat slowly. It takes 20 minutes for your stom-ach to signal to your brain that it’s full. Try put-ting your fork down between bites
• Eating should be an enjoyable experience. Sit down, take your time, and make eating the only event at mealtime. Eating while watching TV or studying makes it easy to overindulge. Concen-trate on enjoying your food by taking in all the sights, smells, textures, and flavors.
• Have healthy snacks close at hand. Keep whole fruit and sandwich bags of fresh vegetables in the refrigerator so they’re easy to grab and take on the go. Whole grain cereals, crackers and low fat cheese sticks also make great snacks
Also Try this
FIRST THING:60min work out on empty stomach aside from water,one can have protein shake after wards BREAKFAST:
Half an avocado with half a grapefuit, sprinkled with cinnamon. OR: Green smoothie. OR: Egg white omelette with spinach and turkey. LUNCH: Green salad with vegetables and lean protein.
SNACK: A handful of nuts or berries. DINNER: Healthy carbs (quinoa, brown rice or sweet potato) served with lean protein and a side of steamed vegetables.
● After 6Am one should not have any meal.
● Also avoid gluten and dairy which are harder to digest.
● Avoid sugar at all cost.
● Drink between 2 to 4 liters of water