A guide to the nutrition and lifestyle changes of a busy person.
While most people want to focus on losing weight, I suggest you focus more on behavior. After all, you control your behavior more than your weight. It’s your goal to stick to healthy habits every day. Your daily actions are the means to achieve your weight loss goals. Here are some of the simplest daily eating habits and solutions to get strong, skim, maintain a healthy weight, and start feeling strong from the inside out.
Drink more water
Drink water 30 minutes before each meal to control your appetite.
Put a large bottle of water on the table at work.
Prepare three bottles of water, one liter per cup, and complete the goal in one day.
Drink a glass of water every time you go to the bathroom.
Eat at least two cups of fruit.
As long as you like to eat sugary foods, eat sweet fruit.
Swap a bowl of fruit for a bad snack.
Add the fruit to a bowl of tofu and treat it as a dessert.
Add potatoes and bananas instead of jam. You can add berries to improve flavor.
Make healthy pancakes by mixing crushed bananas and egg whites.
Eat at least three cups of vegetables.
Make sure you eat your lunch and dinner vegetables sabzi.
Put some carrot sticks in your lunch.
Have you ever tried barbecuing vegetables? This can be super fast and can produce some amazing and delicious meals.
Prepare healthy coleslaw with carrots, Onions, cabbage and mayonnaise.
Eat protein for every meal.
Increase the sources of leptin protein, such as veggie lentils, and non-veggie chicken.
Drink half a teaspoon of whey protein after each meal.
Pack a protein bar.
Try eating more eggs.
Eat roti instead of plain white bread.
Eat whole wheat bread instead of plain white bread.
Eat brown rice instead of white rice.
Like whole-grain breakfast cereals.
Eat whole wheat pasta instead of regular pasta.
Switch to fat-free or low-fat dairy products.
Have low-fat or fat-free milk instead of regular, high-fat milk.
Have low-fat Greek yogurt instead of plain yogurt.
No high-sugar food.
Reduce the amount of sugar you use in tea and coffee, from two teaspoons to one teaspoon, or from one teaspoon to half.
Avoid sweets, desserts, ice cream, etc.
Avoid ketchup. Ketchup can have a high sugar level.
Learn how to check labels on food. You will be able to identify high-sugar foods and avoid them.
Try artificial sweeteners instead of sugar. They are perfectly safe.
Avoid junk and Fried foods.
Bring healthy snacks to work.
Make your healthy food.
Don’t eat too much
Increase protein intake. It will make you feel fuller and will help you cut calories.
This may seem strange, but eating with smaller plates and bowls will help you eat less.
Don’t eat in front of the TV, it will distract you and cause you to eat more than you normally do.
Try slowing down your diet, chewing and tasting it.
Limit your fat intake.
Roast, roast, boil or steam food instead of frying or baking.
Use a teaspoon instead of a tablespoon to measure the amount of oil you use.
Trim the visible fat and remove the skin from meat and poultry before cooking.
Try to reduce fat spread, such as oil, butter, shortening, cheese, cream, etc.