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How To Loose Weight Without Working Out 😱 MUST SEE!
Health & Fitness
Want a body like this? It's just so easy if you follow these tips! 👉
Drink a glass of water or a cup of herbal tea before each meal or two just in case. What you think is hunger might just be thirst — it can be difficult to tell the difference. Drinking a full glass of water and waiting a few minutes can help you make sure you're really hungry before you dig in. 👉
The water will also take up a little room in your stomach, which will help you feel satisfied even if you eat less. If you don't want to drink the whole glass before a meal, try taking sips between each bite.
If you crave sugary drinks instead of water, trick yourself. Put a slice of lemon or lime in your water bottle to add flavor.
Count calories. Dieting for weight loss comes down to simple addition you have to burn more calories than you're taking in. Figure out the calories in the items you regularly eat, and add it up at the end of each day or download a food tracking app and be sure to enter what you've eaten after meals.
Figure out your basal metabolic rate (BMR). Even if you're not exercising, you're still burning calories every day just by being alive. Knowing how much wiggle room you have can help you plan your diet accordingly. See How to Calculate How Many Calories You Need to Eat to Lose Weight for more help.
Aim to lose one pound per week. This is a safe pace for losing weight, and it shouldn't force you to starve yourself to keep up. One pound equals 3500 calories, so that means you need a 500-calorie deficit every day of the week.
Eat foods that take a while to digest. Eating items that take longer to break down will help you feel full for longer, as well as keeping your metabolism busy. Focus on foods that are high in fiber, such as: 👉
Certain fruits (including raspberries, pears and apples)
Vegetables (including peas, artichokes and broccoli)
Nuts and legumes (such as beans, almonds and lentils)
Grains (like whole-wheat spaghetti, bran flakes and barley)
Take smaller bites. When you're eating, try to avoid putting large bites into your mouth. Instead, divide your meal into more morsels. This forces you to eat more slowly, which in turn can stretch out your meal and make it easier for you to identify when you're full. 👉
Divide up your food before you eat. Cut meat into small pieces, or break bread into tiny bites.
Use smaller utensils and smaller plates. If you tend to eat your cereal with a large tablespoon, swap it out for a smaller teaspoon. A meal looks like much more food on a lunch plate than a dinner plate.
Eat breakfast. Contrary to a popular misconception, you won't lose more weight if you skip this meal. In fact, studies indicate that eating breakfast jumpstarts your metabolism and gets it working for the day. 👉
Giving your metabolism something to do first thing in the morning gets it burning calories. When you don't eat for long periods of time, your body functions as if you're fasting because food is scarce, and accordingly burns less energy.
Eat something that contains fiber or protein. It takes longer to break down these foods than it takes to burn sugary foods with lots of carbohydrates. Try foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, and peanut butter.
Eat at regular intervals. If you can, try to have your meals around the same time each day. Eating on a regular schedule helps your body settle into a pattern that allows it to burn the right amount of calories. 👉
If your eating habits are unpredictable or you're prone to skipping meals, your body will tend to hang onto calories for an emergency.
A regular food schedule can also help you mentally control your eating. If you have a set mealtime to look forward to, you can give yourself an exact timetable for delaying gratification.
Don't eat in front of the TV or computer. If eating while you watch television or computer, you might find that you're not mentally engaged in eating. Instead, turn off the tube and try to savor each bite as you take it. When you're hungry later, you'll be able to remember eating more clearly. 👉
Don't snack while you watch a show. Instead of snacking until you're satisfied, you run the risk of snacking until the program is over or you hit a commercial break — which might be well past the point of feeling full.
Control stress eating. Stress and anxiety can lead cause weight gain because often people will eat their feelings. Eating when you're not actually hungry adds a ton of unnecessary calories to your diet that can easily be cut out by relieving stress. 👉
Find another outlet. Instead of eating for comfort, do something like meditating, exercising, playing a musical instrument, or reading.
Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation can lead to feeling more stressed and, accordingly, hungrier during the day. Aim for at least seven hours a night.
Clear your mind before you eat. Take a few deep breaths and slow your heart rate before you eat. Chew slowly, and and take a few breaths between bites.
Avoid eating late at night. Because your body doesn't burn a lot of calories while you're asleep, you're more likely to hang onto whatever you eat before bed. Try these tips for fighting off the nighttime munchies: 👉
Set a deadline. It should be at least two hours before you go to bed, if not three. Once you've settled on it, consider it the point of no return — if you want a snack, it has to be before 8:00.
Drink herbal tea instead. If you can't get by without doing something, brew a cup of herbal tea and sip it slowly before you go to bed. It should have very few calories (if any), and it will help your stomach feel full.
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