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Losing Weight

A healthy breakfast

A recent study has indicated that people who have lost weight and kept it off over the years have all had a healthy breakfast. Donuts, Hot pockets and other foods of similar substances will do you no good. In fact, those who consume donuts and Hot pockets end up rewarding their bodies with extra calorie, a study has revealed. Foods such as cooked oatmeal, Grain cereals, and eggs are healthier choices if taken for breakfast.

2. Shrink your plate

This may sound strange but it is a good that can help regulate the amount of calorie and fats getting into your body anytime you are having a meal by reducing your plates diameter You should also note that you don’t have to starve yourself for weight loss. If this doesn’t work your way you can opt for some other ways provided in this article

3. Take water 30 minutes before meals

A recent study has indicated a glass of water 30 minutes before meals keep your body hydrated and increase chances of weight loss by 44% over 3 months

4. Exercise

Exercise is another important way that can be used to lose weight but if the wrong exercise is done one might end up picking injuries which eventually put him off. You can start by walking out 3 days a week or starting some basic cardio exercises before trying out gym machines. Its always advisable to start from a zero as you advance to intense gym exercise

5. Creating awareness

Sometimes we learn by teaching others. Enlisting your siblings, friends and family members on safety measures to lose weight can help minimize the amount of junk food going in your home. Also, joining/creating a forum/group that helps members lose weight can also be helpful in reducing obesity. This can be achieved by encouraging members to be a part of group walks or group exercises.

6. Fruits and Vegetables

Eating fruits keeps your sweet tooth satisfied- thanks to its natural sugar. Both fruits and Vegetables contain fibre that helps fill up your stomach quickly. Swichchard, spinach, kales, cabbage, Lettuce, cucumber and celery are some of the recommended vegetables that contain fibre, minerals and vitamins that keep your body healthy

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