Health Desk-- 23 June, 2018: Losing weight is now much talked issue among the people of almost all ages. If we lead our life little bit carefully, we can control our body weight properly. Here is a brief list of popular tips that many dieters will suggest as ways to consume less and minimize calorie intake. Try some or all of these, and see what works for you.
Try an appetite suppressant to feel fuller:
Natural supplements based on plant products are a safe and effective way to help you feel fuller so you won’t overeat. However, the overwhelming amount of supplement brands make it hard to choose the truly effective ones over the imitations.
Leave chair every half hour:
Set an alarm to get out of your chair every half hour to move and stretch. Make an office challenge to run up flights of stairs together. Having your co-workers involved will make it easier to stick to this plan.
Make exercise fun:
Get motivated by finding something you love. Take a class in dancing, or join a mixed martial arts class. If you hate your workout, then you need to change what you do. Finding a workout routine that you can enjoy is critical if you want to be able to stick with it long enough to be able to lose the pounds. Write down your goals or workout with a friend to help motivate each other.
When eating out, only eat half of the portion and save the rest in a doggy bag for another time. When eating at home, use a smaller plate, have a big first course of salad and make the main course half the size of the salad.
Examine your diet:
Are you consuming unnecessary sugar? Take a look at your drinks and snacks. Switch to water and nuts instead of soda and chocolate. This little switch can make a huge difference.
Have heavy lunch & light supper:
Europeans have their biggest meal in the middle of the day and enjoy a light supper. One study even suggests that timing of meals is a crucial indicator of obesity.
Get enough sleep:
Most of us are seriously sleep deprived which needlessly puts stress our bodies. When stressed we tend to eat more.
Even if you have 10 minutes, do something. Build up from 5 minutes to half an hour a day or at least twice a day for 15 minutes. Exercise by doing something you enjoy, but be consistent.