Slimmers normally avoid nuts like the plague as they’re so high in calories. But, eaten in the right way, they could be your best friend when it comes to battling the bulge, according to natural health expert Michael van Straten. He has devised this week-long diet which uses nuts and muesli to help you lose up to half a stone while still providing your body with everything it needs. Lose weight fast on the Nut and Muesli Diet
A simple solution to the portion problem is to use smaller dishes. Eating off of 8-inch salad plates instead of 10-inch (or larger) dinner plates, and using small bowls instead of large soup bowls can help you feel like you’re still getting a full plate’s worth of food but with far fewer calories, according to Cornell’s Food Lab. You won’t even miss the extra bites! Here are 10 more kitchen tools that help with help loss.
You probably know high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is the basis of most exercise classes. This type of workout challenges you to give full energy for short periods of time interspersed with active rest to allow you to recover. On a walk, every three minutes you could run for a minute, then walk for another three minutes to catch your breath. Then run for a minute again. Not only is this effective for burning fat and calories, but it keeps your metabolism revving for hours after you finish. “To fully reap the benefits of this style training, this cycle should go on repeatedly for 20 to 50 minutes. The body will burn calories during the workout, but will also burn fat post workout due to post-exercise oxygen consumption,” explains fitness expert and professional Cody Patrick.
Throughout the years, various weight-loss researchers have recommended starting a meal with a salad to stave off hunger and ensure that you don’t overeat. But why does this work exactly? One reason is that salads are a great source of fiber: lettuce greens, carrots, tomatoes, and the like all have plenty of this macronutrient. Fiber’s effects on increasing feelings of satiety are well documented.
You must work out regularly to expend the energy and create negative energy balance in your body. Start with low-intensity cardio like walking. Once you are confident enough, you can join a gym to do a mix of cardio and strength training 3-5 times a week. You can also run, jog, swim, dance, etc. Working out will help relieve stress and keep your brain active.
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