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How to Manage the Right Diet to Lose Weight

How to Manage the Right Diet to Lose Weight - There are many ways to lose weight, but the side effects that must be experienced by the mother are prolonged hunger to uncontrolled appetite at any time. Is there an effective way to lose weight does not make the body 'ask for more food'? Kris Gunnars, BSc from the Nutrition Authority also explained a healthy diet to support your weight loss program.

How to Manage the Right Diet to Lose Weight

How to Manage the Right Diet to Lose Weight  

1. Breakfast High in Protein

Start the day with a quality breakfast. For satiety to last longer, you can add protein intake to the breakfast cereal menu. According to a study from the International Journal of Obesity that studies the dietary patterns of 30 women aged 25 to 60 years, found that women whose foods were high in protein such as egg white were able to resist hunger so that weight dropped by as much as 65%.

2. Drink More Water

Drink mineral water without sweeteners or other ingredients. Mothers can get used to drinking a glass of water, half an hour before eating. Similarly, if hunger comes, drink a glass of water first. Not all hungry signals indicate the body needs food, it turns out there are certain conditions that become false signals that give rise to hunger. Sometimes hunger that arises turns out to be thirst felt by the body. Therefore, try drinking some water first and wait for the results. The habit of drinking water can also help you lose weight and reduce calorie intake by up to 44%.

3. Complete with Fiber

"Fiber in food functions to bind water in large quantities, so that the remaining food can be more easily digested and quickly out," said nutritionist Tuti Soenardi. So by consuming lots of fiber, digestion will be more smooth and can also maximize the disposal of substances that are not needed by the body. Mothers aged 50 years and under should consume 25 grams of fiber per day while men 38 grams. By increasing fiber intake, mothers can also reduce the risk of heart problems and type 2 diabetes.

4. Snack Vegetables & Fruits

Many nutrition experts describe one of the failures when lowering the diet is to consume unhealthy snacks, which makes the body convert calories in snacks to fat. Although fruits and vegetables also have calories, the fiber and water content is high in fruits and vegetables, it is better for digestion and can withstand hunger. Keep in mind that vegetables should be cooked to be processed without adding additional calories, simply steaming or boiling. Likewise with fruit, don't add syrup or other artificial sweeteners, ma'am.

5. Small but frequent servings

When a mother is starving, of course, the main menu portion becomes more and sometimes can be crazy when consuming it. Come on, mom try to change a little habit during eating, that is by dividing large portions of meals into several small portions for several meals. This is good for keeping the body's metabolism active and preventing the desire for snacking to become less frequent.

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