In time past it’s been believe that restricting oneself to a small portion of food or special kind of food is the only solution to loosing weight, dropping some pounds. But here is the good news, researchers from different medical background have done their research and have come to let you know that there are possibilities you lose weight without dieting.
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Cut Back on Sugar
Take more of water or a zero calorie seltzer, in place of a Sugary drink like regular soda by that you avoid ten teaspoon of sugar a day. Instead you take lemon, mint or frozen strawberries for flavour.
Schedule Your Meals
Set a minimum of twenty minutes for eating, eat at a slower pace, so the body would be able to make good use of the food. If you rush your food the body finds it hard transfer impulses to the brain and so cause over reaction of the food in the body.
Sleep More to Weigh Less
Have enough time for, or add an hour to your normal sleeping time
you can effortlessly cut calories by 6%. Results would vary for each person, but sleep may help in another way, too. There’s evidence that getting less than 7 hours of sleeps increase your apetite and makes you uncommonly hungry.
Serve More, Eat More Veggies
Do more of vegetables and fruits most of the time, the high fiber and water content fills one with fewer calories. cook veggies without fat. Season with lemon and herbs instead high fat seasonings e.g Maggie etc.
Go for Whole Grains
Whole grains like brown rice, barley, oats, buckwheat, and whole wheat also include in stealthy weight loss strategy.
fill you up with fewer calories and improve your cholesterol, too. You can get whole grains in many products including waffles, pizza crust, English muffins, pasta, and soft “white” whole-wheat bread.
Eyeball Your Skinny Clothes
Set a target for yourself ,by getting yourself the size of clothes you will like to be wearing, hang it at a corner of your room. It’s helps you to have the consciousness and motivate your minds towards achieving the set goal.
Skip the Bacon(I.e
Avoid bacon at breakfast or in your sandwich at lunch. This simple move saves you about a 100 calories, which can add up to a 10 pound weight loss over one year. Other sandwich fixings can replace the flavor with fewer calories. Think about tomato slices, banana peppers, roasted red bell peppers, grainy mustard, or a light spread of herbed goat cheese.
Sip Smart: Use a Tall, Thin Glass
Use a tall, glass instead of a short, wide tumbler to cut liquid calories — and your weight — without restricting a meal. And you’ll drink atleast 25%-30% less juice, soda, wine, or any other beverage.
How can this work? Brian Wansink, PhD, (webmd.com) says visual cues can trick us into consuming more or less. His tests at Cornell University found all kinds of people poured more into a short, wide glass — even experienced bartenders.
Take less alcoholic drinks, take sparkling water instead.
Do more of Green Tea
Drinking green tea is a good weight loss strategy. Studies shows that it rev up the body’s calorie-burning engine temporarily.
Slip Into a Yoga State of Mind
Women who do yoga tend to weigh less than others, according to a study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. What’s the connection? The yoga regulars reported a more “mindful” approach to eating. For example, they tend to notice the large portions in restaurants but eat only enough to feel full. the calm self-awareness developed through yoga may help people resist overeating.
Eat at Home
Eat at home for atleast 5times a week.
Chew Strong Mint Gum
Chew gum without sugar with a strong flavor when you’re at risk for a snack attack. Chew when Making dinner after work, socializing at a party, watching TV, or surfing the Internet. Gum with a big flavor punch overpowers other foods so they don’t taste good.
Shrink Your Dishes
Shrink your plate or bowl to cut out Upto 100 to 200 calories per day — and 10 to 20 pounds in a year. In Wansink’s tests, no one felt hungry or even noticed when tricks of the eye shaved 200 calories off their daily intake.
Get Food Portions Right
The top habit of slim people is to stick with modest food portions at every meal, five days a week or more. “Always slim” people do it and successful losers do it, too, according to a Consumer Reports survey. After measuring portions a few times, it can become automatic. Make it easier with small “snack” packs and by keeping serving dishes off the table at meal time. Webmd.com
Try the 80-20 Rule
Americans are conditioned to keep eating until they’re stuffed, but residents of Okinawa eat until they’re 80% full. They even have a name for this naturally slimming habit: hara hachi bu. We can adopt this healthy habit by dishing out 20% less food, according to researcher Brian Wansink, PhD. His studies show most people don’t miss it.
Go Meatless More Often
Eating vegetarian meals more often is a slimming habit. Vegetarians tend to weigh less than meat eaters. While there are several reasons for this, legumes may play an important role. Bean burgers, lentil soup, and other tasty legume-based foods are simply packed with fiber. Most Americans get only half of this important nutrient, which fills you up with fewer calories.
Burn 100 Calories More
Lose 10 pounds in a year without dieting by burning an extra 100 calories every day. Try one of these activities:
Walk 1 mile, about 20 minutes.
Pull weeds or plant flowers for 20 minutes.
Mow the lawn for 20 minutes.
Clean house for 30 minutes.
Jog for 10 minutes.
Do sit ups
Read a lot.