Festivities, a nice moment. Holidays. At the time of the year, we love, feel comfortable and are covered in carbohydrates and a few extra pounds. Research has shown that over the six week holiday season, the typical American will add 2 to 7 pounds. In the winter holidays, most People rarely lose weight, according to experts at the National Institutes of Health. This is it? Such pounds add up annually and can lead to a major “obesity” epidemic.
The holiday season disturbs our daily routine when we host many thanks to New Year’s Eve celebrations, all of which add to heavy calorie consumption. How can I avoid weight gain from vacation? Here are some tips to help you focus on your diet:
- When you’re hungry, never go to a party. You always have a nutritious snack before starting your daily eating schedule. Hold balance when you are thirsty, confronted with a challenge and drink water.
- Control the intake of alcohol— Does not give much food value, nor calories that add to an unnecessary weight gain. So the hunger always improves. To cut the calories and stay hydrated, consume water or lemon juice.
- Socialization emphasis. Nutrition can tempt you any time you’re at this gathering. Speak to friends and be away from food, try to distract the mind.
- Keep to your schedule daily. Live on schedule, sleep and work on a day-to-day basis.
- Include in the diet foods such as pork, ham, white egg, white beef and other nutrition, etc. Protein helps cause glucagon production, which continues the release and breakdown of fats.
- Maintain a food diary and weigh it twice a week for what you eat. Late weight gain warning may be an alarm to extra training and the appetite management.
- It takes approximately 20 minutes for the stomach to register a “full” sensation and sign the brain. Listen to your body and slow down.
- Do not miss the milk. We have a common misunderstanding that we can lose weight by skipping meals. That’s not true. The reality is that your metabolism slows down so that you store fat while calories are too high.
- Maintain the facility. Keep your workout routine in place. Eat and eat organic daily. Include in your diet foods high in vegetables and protein. Drink too much water.
What if one day I overfill my stomach because I violate these rules? Says Dr. Oz,’ When you consume worse, do more activity to make up for it.’ Here is a guide about food-consuming little on a regular basis. Mind the law all the time, eat the breakfast as a monarch, lunch as a prince and dinner as a beggar. You can have fun without the good behaviors getting thrown away.