Real weight loss tips from people who have lost it like a pro!
You have been trying hard to lose weight but something is not going right. Sometimes, all you need is a little motivation. Nothing can be better if that motivation comes to you from someone who has been through the same path and lost it like a pro. I cook all my food in 2 tbsp oil (for a family of four). I started doing workout daily for 45 minutes at home when my kids were asleep You can’t achieve a healthy weight overnight. Consistency, sustainability and discipline are the keys to being fit. One shouldn’t starve or skip meals to lose weight. I keep on snacking every 2 hours with buttermilk/ coconut water/ fistful of dry fruits/ bhuna chana/ fruit. I try to have my dinner before 7:30 PM so that there is a gap of 3 hours between my dinner and bedtime. The right guidance is important, especially when there are so many fad diets and food myths widely believed these days. I never had any supplements nor did I go to any gym. So, the secret to get fit lies in eating simple food and planning your workouts according to your body. Recently, I had my birthday and I cut my cake, but I wasn’t tempted to have it. I now see health as a way of life and not some fad diet or a power yoga class. Never engage in crash diets as it will make you nutrient deficient. You may be able to lose weight, but you will also lose essential nutrients. Every morning you have two choices: continue to sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them. Sprouts Cheela is both healthy and yummy. I can live on sautéed veggies. I also love spinach masala uttapam. Recipe: Mix spinach puree into the uttapam batter along with a lot of veggies. Blend some cottage cheese with a bit of curd and strawberries (or any fruit), and drizzle one tablespoon of honey or a spoon of dry fruits! It satisfies sweet craving.–Agencies