Set realistic goals for yourself.
Most people tend to set goals for diet safely that are inflated. but in fact Set a goal of losing 5%-10% of your body weight. It may make sense of the change already. The key thing to keep in mind in losing weight is improving your overall health. especially blood pressure blood sugar and lower cholesterol Slowly losing weight, gradually reaching the goals you set. It may take time to learn new eating patterns. to be with you for the rest of your life
Try to plan breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks each week. You may need to look at the amount of calories you can eat each day.
Read food labels.
Reading the calories on the product label may help you calculate a more optimal daily calorie intake. The information you should read includes energy, fat, saturated fat, carbohydrates, sugar, protein, and salt.
Don’t skip breakfast.
Skipping breakfast can prevent the body from getting the nutrients it needs and may result in feeling hungry and having to snack throughout the day. A high-protein breakfast may keep you full for hours. A proper breakfast such as eggs, oatmeal, pudding, chia seeds, porridge, quinoa, sardines.
Don’t starve yourself.
Dieting can make you feel more appetite. Food should be divided into smaller meals. instead of eating just one large meal. To provide the body with enough energy throughout the day. without feeling longing or craving for food
Eat foods high in fiber.
High-fiber foods such as fruits and vegetables, oats, brown rice, broccoli, tomatoes, and kale may help you feel full throughout the day without snacking. They are low in calories, low in fat, and high in fiber. They also contain many vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, vitamin E, calcium, beta-carotene, and fiber, which may help to lose weight more effectively.
Avoid sugary drinks.
Such as bubble tea, iced green tea, iced coffee, as the calories from sugar are unhealthy.
Drink water 30 minutes before eating.
Drinking water may help reduce calories. Helps the digestive system work better. and may help you feel full faster Do not drink water immediately before or after eating. because the water may dilute the gastric juice Drink water about 1 hour after eating to allow the body to fully absorb nutrients.
Abstain from alcohol.
Drinking too much alcohol can lead to weight gain. For example, a glass of red wine provides about 120 calories, which may be the same as a piece of chocolate.
May help to feel full and balance the hormones in the body Eating fast can cause weight gain. mindful eating It may help to focus on how to eat. Allows you to enjoy the food you are eating. and help maintain a healthy weight For diet techniques that may help reduce weight.