Often make the mistake of dieting as a tremendous effort to lose weight for a special occasion but dieting and tends to fail in the long run because you get tired and you end up leaving, or you go back to old habits after achieving your goals.
For a successful diet, the diet must be part of your lifestyle and many kilos but do not go down quickly, what matters is that you lower weight gradually and keep you at your ideal weight.
In general you should acquire habits are:
Spend more calories than you eat: No need to go crazy counting calories, but look for a consistent way to burn more calories as walking every day, jogging, going to dance classes, etc. besides taking care of your diet.
Eat foods low in fat: That is to avoid fried foods, processed with butter or margarine.Avoid sugar and soda decreases the amount of sugar you put the coffee, buy low-sugar.
Eat more fresh foods: Fruits have far fewer calories than foods prepared and are easier to digest. To include them in your food, you’ll feel full faster, consume far fewer calories than if you had filled with other foods such as bread, ham, etc. plus you’ll be giving your body vitamins firsthand.
Pay attention to portion sizes: To remember the size of the portions at each meal, do not need to complicate everything going on scales or meters, just remember well the following:
Meat portion: maximum size of the palm of your hand. Can be replacing by extra protein foods like tofu, chickpeas, etc.Portion of carbohydrates should be equivalent to 1 or maximum 2 handfuls.Serving of fruit or vegetables: the equivalent to 3 handfuls or until you feels satisfied.
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