Every woman, at least once tried to stick to a particular diet. Today when the thin and fit female body is held as a fashion hit, you can’t remain indifferent to the diets.
Yes, it is true that with the help of diet you’ll lose weight, but what happens when you stop with the diet ? If you can’t resist the temptations of fried fast food, alcohol and sweet, the pounds will strike again. That is the well known yo-yo effect of diets.
Be active and eat more fresh food to keep your desired weight after the diet. To prevent the yo-yo effect and keep your desired weight, you should not violate the following rules:
1.Eat slowly. Enjoy the food, and eat slowly. Your body will tell you when you are full before you have gone too far. Never eat in front of TV, because you are distracted and is likely to eat more food than you need.
2.Increase your portions gradually. If you’ve been on a diet for 10 days, then the next month you should gradually increase the amount of food you consume. In no case you can come back to the old way of life that previously brought you the extra pounds.
3.Eat fresh food. Avoid canned and frozen foods. It’s better to eat fresh vegetables and fruit without cooking them. So they will contain less calories and will keep all the vitamins and minerals.
4.Easy food. Choose one day in the month in which you’ll eat only fruits. If you aren’t a fan of fruit than consume vegetables. Some can even have one day with only liquids like teas and 100% natural juices.
5. Tell ‘no’ to the food after 20 pm. Avoid food in the late evening hours. The last meal should be 2-3 hours before bedtime. So the body will have enough time to process the food before you go to sleep.
6.Be active. The sedentary lifestyle is the biggest ally of excess pounds. Therefore, after the diet increase your physical activity. Walk as often as possible. Skip the elevator and take the stairs . Go for walks in the nature and sport several times a week.
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