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Diet Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

  • Posted on- May 17, 2016
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Simplest of diet mistakes can thwart your best of efforts to get back into shape and wear your favorite pair of denims. If unable to achieve desired results or your weight reduces to a certain point only to scare you back, there is a possibility that you are making some serious blunders in the context of dietary choices. Here are some colloquial choices we often make only to regret later.


Determined to lose quick kilos, you tend to rely on a crash diet. Perhaps you put faith in consuming grapefruit or cabbage soup each day. You slash your daily consumption of calories to such a low level that resultantly excessive fat melts off. What you do not realize in the process is that by eating fewer calories you are training your metabolism to quite down. Once your crash diet course is over, you are left with a body with slow metabolism rate. This allows weight to come back when you start eating normally.


A strict NO breakfast may be a simple way to cut calories, but the result can be unbearable hunger for the whole day. This may tempt you to vouch for snacks, canned food, eating in big proportions at lunch making calories count ascend. But breakfast enriched with proteins and fibers help reduce hunger throughout the day. There is ample evidence to show that people who eat morning breakfast everyday are likelier to be healthy and active.


May be you are particular about calorie intake but what about the little snack burst in between? There’s the bag of wafers at your desk, a small slice of cake at an office party or an ice-cream cone. All of this unplanned gulping add up to the calories and destroy any otherwise planned, balanced diet. If you are damn serious about losing weight, keep a track record of every bite.


While tedious snacking can take your waistline to the next level, thoughtful snacking may do the reverse. Individuals who indulge in small meals and snacks a day are healthier and likely to lose weight. Snacking keeps your metabolism rate in top gear, especially if the snacks are enriched with protein. Nuts are good option and high in protein. Research suggests that people who consume nuts tend to be slimmer than those who don’t.


While being particular about the calories, we tend to neglect what’s in our drinks. This is a common but big mistake considering some high-end coffees, aerated drinks and alcoholic beverages add up to 500 calories. What’s even sweeping is liquid calories don’t curb the hunger and you would be craving for more after an aerated drink. Losing excess body weight is not an easy thing to do. You have to be strict, disciplined and follow a dietary chart. In simpler terms, there is no other way to curb excess calorie intake.


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17-12-2016 01:19 AM

Eating a healthy diet is very important. It keeps the person fit, fine and healthy.

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09-12-2016 08:03 PM

Good points shared. I will keep these points in mind and go for a healthy diet.

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