DIET AND FITNESS
Some diet tips.
Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages
Drinking water is important for your body during a day and if you don’t like the taste of it choose sprinkle water or infuse it with your favorite fruit.
Choose a low-calorie snack At night
when you are free in front of the TV and you want to eat more be careful about what you are going to eat. Either close the kitchen and don’t eat after a certain time or if you must choose something with low calorie.
Enjoy your favorite foods
If you like a special food don’t cut yourself out of it but use a smaller part of it. Buy something small. The key is to be moderate.
Don’t keep yourself hungry
During the day have mini-meals so you don’t feel hungry.
Have protein in your meals
Protein is better than fats or carbs and it is essential for your muscle preservation. Fish, yogurt, cheese, and beans are a good source of proteins.
Don’t forget to spice your food up
If your food has spices, then your taste is more satisfied.
Have something ready in your kitchen
Having ready-to-eat snacks and meals-in-minutes on handsets you up for success. You'll be less likely to hit the drive-through or order a pizza if you can throw together a healthy meal in five or 10 minutes.
Here are some essentials to keep on hand: frozen vegetables, whole-grain pasta, reduced-fat cheese, canned tomatoes, canned beans, pre-cooked grilled chicken breast, whole grain tortillas or pitas, and bags of salad greens.
Replace pasta with vegetables
Simply by eating less pasta or bread and more veggies, you could lose a dress or pants size in a year.
Always have breakfast
It seems like an easy diet win: Skip breakfast and you'll lose weight. Yet many studies show the opposite can be true. Not eating breakfast can make you hungry later, leading to too much nibbling and binge eating at lunch and dinner.
To lose weight -- and keep it off -- always make time for a healthy morning meal, like high-fiber cereal, low-fat milk, and fruit. These were just some hints to eat right and keep your body fit.