Loss Diet Plan, Weight Loss Tips,
and Weight Loss Maintenance
When looking into weight loss
diet plans pick one that can be worked into daily activities and
specific lifestyles. The key to any weight loss diet plan and weight
loss maintenance plan is follow through. If going to the gym 5-7
days a week is not feasible, then make use of your time by exercising
and doing household chores that also burns calories. Mowing the
lawn (265-525 calories), raking leaves (190-380 calories), shoveling
snow (285-575 calories), moving furniture (355-420 calories), cleaning
windows (150-200 calories), and gardening (215-430 calories) are
just a few household activities that can be worked into a weight
loss diet plan. Try to do something active everyday of the week
for at least half an hour. Other fun activities that burn calories
are bowling (145-285 calories), ice skating (335-670 calories),
swimming (285-575 calories), or playing basketball (385-765 calories),
football (385-765 calories), soccer (335-670 calories), etc. These
activities can be done with children and is a great idea for busy
parents to bond with their children and to exercise.
It is necessary to reduce fat intake and to incorporate a low calorie
diet (LCD) in any weight loss diet plan, as well as, continue to
make wise food decisions for long term weight loss maintenance.
Avoid overeating and watch
portion size, "everything in moderation." It is okay to
eat some carbohydrates but only in moderate portions and choose
healthy carbohydrates like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
Do not skip meals! Starvation
Diets actually slow down weight loss. Other weight loss tips
for diet are:
- Eat slower and chew your food thoroughly.
It takes 20 minutes for your brain to signal to you body that
it is full. If you eat too fast, you could be overeating. Also,
chewing your food thoroughly aids in digestion.
- Drink plenty of water. Try and drink at least
8-12 glasses daily. Drinking water will help to improve your
fat metabolism and it also flushes out impurities.
- Take your time and pack nutritious lunches
and snacks for your workdays. Avoid fast food or convenience
foods. These foods are very high in fat and calories. Stay away
from candy, cookies, cakes, sodas, chips, and in general, junk
loss medications can also be used in an initial weight loss
diet plan; however, drug safety and efficacy beyond 1 year has not
been established. Many people are turning to alternative
therapies for treatment like behavioral therapy.
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- Curb your appetite so you eat less
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- Increase fat metabolism so you
burn excess fat and have more energy.
- Improve your mental acuity and
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Diet Plan Tips On Seasoning Your Food Without Fats and
- Add diced canned chilies to chicken,
soups, eggs, etc…
- Use fresh herbs like cilantro,
parsley, mint, and basil.
- Honey can be a great substitute
for sugar in teas and coffee, as well as, great in
yogurt or even over chicken.
- Add sundried tomatoes in salads
or grilled vegetables.
- Use fruits like dried cranberries,
lemons, limes, oranges, and apples to add zest while
baking beef, pork, or chicken.
- Add a tablespoon of sherry to soups,
sauces, and marinades.
Diet Plan Tips: Negative Calorie Foods
Negative calorie foods use more calories to digest the
food, than is in the food itself. In other words a piece
of celery, 5 calories, requires 150 calories to digest.
This way you burn calories while you eat. How can you
beat that? Some negative calorie foods are: