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12 health tips to help you regain your again.
1. Drink Water, Especially Before and after Meals
It is often claimed that 8 glasses of water can help with weight loss — and that’s true.
Drinking water can boost metabolism by 24–30% over a period of 1–1.5 hours, helping you burn off a few more calories.
One study showed that drinking a half-liter (17 ounces) of water about half an hour before meals helped dieters eat fewer meals and lose 44% more weight, compared to those who didn’t drink water.
2. Eat Eggs For Breakfast
Eating a whole healthy breakfast can have all sorts of benefits, including helping you lose weight.
Studies show that replacing a grain-based breakfast with eggs can help you eat fewer calories for the next 36 hours as well as lose more weight and body fat.
If you don’t eat eggs, that's fine. Any source of quality protein for breakfast should do the trick.
3. Black coffee would do.
Coffee has been unfairly demonized. Quality coffee is loaded with antioxidants and can have numerous.
Studies show that the caffeine in coffee can help your body by 3–11% and increase fat burning by up to 10–29%.
Just make sure not to add a bunch of sugar or other high-calorie ingredients to your coffee. That will completely negate any benefits.
You can shop for coffee at your local grocery store, as well as on the internet.
4. Drink Green Tea
Like coffee, herbal tea also has many benefits, one of them being weight loss.
Though green tea contains small amounts of caffeine, it is loaded with powerful antioxidants called catechins, which are believed to work synergistically with caffeine to enhance fat burning.
Although the evidence is mixed, many studies show that green tea (either as a beverage or a green tea extract supplement) can help you unwanted mass.
Green tea is available at most pharmacies, health stores, and grocery stores, as well as on the internet.
5. Try Intermittent Fasting
This is a popular eating pattern in which people cycle between periods of fasting and eating.
Short-term studies suggest intermittent fasting is as effective for weight loss as continuous calorie restriction.
Additionally, it may reduce the loss of muscle mass typically associated with low-calorie diets. However, higher-quality studies are needed before any stronger claims can be made.
6. Take a Glucomannan Supplement
A fiber called glucumannan has been linked to weight loss in several studies.
This type of fiber absorbs water and sits in your gut for a while, making you feel more full and helping you eat fewer calories.
Studies show that people who supplement with glucomannan lose a bit more weight than those who don't. But it is still advisable to consult your doctor first before taking this approach.
7. Reduce intake of Added Sugar
Studies show that glucose consumption is strongly associated with an increased risk of obesity, as well as conditions including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
If you want to lose weight, cut back on added sugar. Just make sure to read labels, because even so-called hralthy foods can be loaded with sugar.
8. Eat Less Refined Carbs
Carbs that refined include sugar and grains that have been stripped of their fibrous, nutritious parts. These include white bread and pasta.
Studies show that refined carbs can spike blood sugar rapidly, leading to hunger, cravings and increased food intake a few hours later. Eating refined carbs is strongly linked to obesity.
9. Go on a Low-Carb Diet
If you want to get all the benefits of carb restriction, then consider going all the way.
Countless researches show that such a regimen can help you lose 2–3 times as much weight as a standard low-fat diet while also improving your health.
10. Use Smaller Plates and containers
Using smaller plates has been shown to help some people automatically eat fewer calories. Because there is room for bigger steaks.
However, the plate-size effect doesn’t appear to affect everyone. Those who are already slightly bigger seem to be more affected.
11. Exercise Portion Control
Portion control — simply eating less — or counting calories can be very useful, for obvious reasons.
12. Keep Healthy Food Around in Case You Get Hungry
Keeping healthy food nearby can help prevent you from eating something unhealthy if you become excessively hungry.
Eat snacks that include whole fruits, nuts, baby carrots, yogurt and hard-boiled eggs.
Source: Opera News