10 Weight loss rules you should follow - Look and Feel better - tinoshare.com
10 Weight loss rules you should follow - Look and Feel better - tinoshare.com

Small mistakes are capable of risking great efforts to lose weight. But following simple rules can succeed without suffering. The key is moderate exercise, keep a log of what you eat, read the labels of the products consumed in moderation and certain groups of foods. Here, ten key tips to help you look and feel better.

 

Drink lots of water

Experts recommend consuming at least eight glasses a day, equivalent to two liters. Apart from this general recommendation, taking  water produces satiety without adding calories, so it is a point  key for those who struggle against the extra kilos. And besides, according to recent research by the Argentina Society for Nutrition (SAN), also it helps you lose weight because it implies a greater energy expenditure, especially if the  water  is cold.

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Walking 30 minutes a day

Hiking steadily continuously for half an hour helps keep fit. In turn, it is good practice for  health cardiovascular and also for the  structure  marrow, as it favors the movement of joints. On the other hand, it serves to keep upright the  back  and spine.

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Moderate alcohol consumption

Spirit drinks provide a lot of “empty calories”, ie without nourishing fattening. That is why the different eating plans recommend reducing consumption. About 200 milliliters of beer contain 95 calories; another equal amount of whiskey reaches 294. It is not easy to moderate drinking because consumption creates dependency. But in addition, alcohol causes much fat because it provides too much energy at once, that to not be burned immediately is stored as fat.

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Eat at least six times a day

Leaving home in the morning without breakfast or go to sleep without eating behaviors are not recommended if you are looking to lose weight. By contrast, nutritionists suggest making a minimum of six daily meals, respecting schedules. Besides the four meals “strong” (breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner), added two so-called “snacks” which may consist of fruit, yogurt, etc. The reason I recommend this scheme is that by eating, the body active and spends calories. Instead, by eating fewer times, goes to sleep and metabolism slows.

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Lunch and dinner

Nutritionists some tricks they use to generate satiety and thus to reduce the portions of food such as meat or pasta. Specifically, they suggest eating a low-fat broth before lunch or dinner. They also recommend that accompany the main dish with a colorful salad well. Through these two strategies it is achieved alleviate hunger without adding too many calories.

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Avoid accompany meals with bread

Nutrition experts advise against eradicate bread eating plans, and that, like rice, pasta and other carbohydrates-its consumption is necessary for the body to function. What I suggest is to leave to accompany lunch and dinner with bread, since in many cases provides more calories than the main course itself.

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Keeping track of what you eat

Write down everything you eat during the day is very desirable, according to specialists in weight reduction. This not only nutritionist can confirm whether the food plan needs adjustment, but a way to control what you eat: the patient is compelled to reflect before taking more and learn to differentiate hunger anxiety. It is suggested to dedicate a notebook exclusively for these annotations.

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Beware the food “light” or “diet”

You must learn to recognize what the true “light foods” that help maintain weight are. According to the Argentine nutritionist Silvio Schraier, a common mistake is to think that the “diet foods” are low in calories, when in fact the term dietary not necessarily “not fattening” but “normal variant” means. One example is gluten-free products for celiacs. In addition, edible “light” can be tricky, because sometimes have only 30% fewer calories than the “regular” version of the same product; so that, if a product is hipercalórico, your version will be too light.

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Avoid extreme diets

Several studies agree that eating plans that indicate eating 400 to 800 calories a day not only endanger health, but, eventually, generate the so-called “rebound effect”, recovering the lost kilos and even some of more. Experts also recommend diets in which whole food groups are eliminated (eg flour). Instead, they propose balanced always-accompanied plans of physically activity, so that they can be sustained in the long term.

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Not with oil

Salads are a “must” diets. However, if seasoned with too much oil, they may even make us fatter than a plate of pasta with low-fat sauce. A spoonful of 15 cubic centimeters provides 135 calories, so that should be the right measure. However, it should be noted that neither should be eradicated seasoning vegetables because their fats are necessary for the body to function.

Not with oil 10 Weight loss rules you should follow - Look and Feel better - tinoshare.com

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