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7 WAYS TO FEEL THINNER

 7 WAYS TO FEEL THINNER
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7 WAYS TO FEEL THINNER!!!

7 ways to feel thinner (Even if you are not!)

1. Double your water intake (to flush away the bloat).

2. Wear looser clothes (though wearing more figure-hugging ones will make you look slimmer).

3. Pull your shoulders back and your tummy in.

4. Invest in a supportive, uplifting bra.

5. Wear shoes with a bit of heel, a bit of style, a point to the toe.

6. Expose your slimmest, most attractive feature – wrist, ankle, neckline – and hide whatever makes you feel fat

7. Cut all the sizes out of your clothes.





6 TRICKS TO GET YOURSELF TO EAT LESS!!

1. Whenever you want to eat something, drink, a glass of water first.

2. Serve your food in the kitchen rather than putting it on easily accessible platters on the table.

3. Use smaller plates.

4. For snacks, use really tiny plates, like cooks’ prep plates, to hold the prescribed amount – 15 almonds, say – of whatever you are eating.

5. When you are hungry, wait 15 minutes. Chances are the hunger will pass.

6. *Water is very important. Approximately 85% of your brain, 80% of your blood and 70% of your muscle is water. If you don't drink enough water, it will be difficult for you to lose weight. Lack of liquid in an organism slows down the metabolic process, and can lead to a decrease in the level of glucose in the blood, which results in weakness and dizziness. Water helps remove the dangerous toxins that your body takes in from the air you breathe, the food you eat and the chemicals used in the various products you use on your skin and hair.

FOODS TO HAVE ON HAND WHEN YOU START A DIET!!

1. Herbs.

2. Berries.

3. Lemons and Limes.

4. Flat water,or mineral water

5. Sorbet.

6. Sliced turkey.

7. Shrimp. (fRESH fISH)

7. Salsa.

6. Carrot sticks and peppers.

7. Mixed greens.

8. Japanese Herbal tea.

9. The best vinegar you can find.







FOOD GROUPS FOR WEIGHT LOSS

FRUITS

Fruits make delicious, healthy, low-calorie, and low-fat snacks or desserts and are one of the most important parts of our diet. In many recent diet fads – such as Atkins – they play a very limited role or are excluded altogether because of their natural sugar content. In fact, without fruit you miss out on a range of vital nutrients and their powerful cleansing action on the system, particularly the digestive tract, that is crucial to the dieter.

A healthy digestive system is a key factor in succeeding at weigh loss. Improving your digestion increases your ability to absorb essential nutrients from foods, which regulate all bodily processes. Poor digestive health can leave your body nutritionally depleted and unable to regulate essential functions efficiently, which can lead to water retention and weight gain as well as health problems.

Fruits are packed with fiber, which stimulates the digestive system, encouraging peristalsis (the muscular contractions of the bowel) and preventing constipation. This, in turn, helps avoid bloating and water retention.

Owing to their natural sugar content, some fruits will have a high GI – though they will generally have a low GL. Fruits also contain lots of water and this helps to dehydrate the body and prevent the digestive system from becoming sluggish, thus aiding metabolism and fat-burning. The benefits of including fruit in your diet go beyond helping you stay slim. People who eat lots of fruit have healthy skin and hair and a radiant glow. Make sure you eat plenty of fruit every day as part of your diet plan.

VEGETABLES

The importance of vegetables for the dieter cannot be overstated. Low in calories and fat, they are highly nutritious, containing a whole range of vitamins and minerals that will keep you healthy while you are trying to lose weight. At the same time, they introduce healthy fiber to the diet, ensuring the digestive system is working properly, clearing away toxins and keeping the body hydrated, yet banishing water retention. And they have fabulous skin boosting properties, too.

The best way to eat vegetables is fresh and raw. Raw food makes the body works harder in digestive terms and by using more energy it has less fat to store. Most vegetable scan also be juiced if you have a juicer and, though you miss out on some of the fiber, juicing is a great way of consuming vitamins and minerals. Never leave vegetables to soak in water before cooking. Instead, peel and chop them immediately before you need them. Any kind of cooking destroys some of the nutrients in vegetables, so cook them lightly to retain as much goodness as possible. Steaming is the quickest and best way to cook green, leafy vegetables, with boiling second best, but keep the lid on and use only a little water (don’t throw the water away at the end – it makes an excellent basis of stock). Baking is another healthy option (though it raises the GL of foods), but use oil sparingly.

Don’t fry vegetables (except onion and garlic) and avoid microwaving as the jury is still out on whether this will destroy certain nutrients. Dieters should eat a wide range of vegetables per day. If you think of juices, soups, salads, and snacks such as crudités, you will see it’s actually very easy to achieve.

GRAINS AND PULSES

Grains and pulses do have a high carb element and so do carry a calorie load. It is a mistake, though, to think we don’t need carbs – they are a vital part of healthy eating, but we do, however, need to ensure we are getting the right carbs.

There are a lot of confusions about grains and cereals in our diets. They are banned from many low-carb diets, yet other regimes insist on plenty of fiber, notably in the form of bran. The truth is that fiber is essential in the diet but in the form of bran or bran flakes it is often far too harsh for the digestive system, preventing the absorption of other nutrients and causing sensitivity in the gut. The best dietary fiber is found in fruit and vegetables – leave the bran on the supermarket shelf.

Whole grains (such as brown or wild rice, bulgur wheat, and barley) and pulses (such as garbanzos, soybeans, and lentils) are a fantastic low-fat source of fiber, promoting a healthy digestive tract and helping to protect the lining of the colon. They also boost energy and regulate blood-fat levels.

NUTS AND SEEDS

Most nuts and seeds are rich in healthy fats and are good protein sources, but use in moderation as they are often high in calories.

PROTEIN

We need protein for cellular growth and repair and it is an essential part of our diet – but a relatively small one. Protein is found in a wide range of foods including fish, meat, poultry, game, dairy products, eggs, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds and tofu. Some of these foods are high in fat or have heavy cholesterol loads, but all cab be eaten in moderation, if properly prepared.

MEAT, POULTRY AND GAME

When cooking animal protein, it is important to trim all the fat (and skin in the case of poultry) and cook them in a way that reduces \ the fat further than adding to it. Always start with the raw ingredient rather than buying processed meals that contain lots of undesirable additives – usually including salt and sugar. Avoid any “coated” meat or poultry, such as those in breadcrumbs or self-basting products, and go for organic or free-range.

FISH AND SEAFOOD

There are generally lower in fat than animal proteins. However, always buy as fresh as possible and avoid any coated fish. Canned fish is also for dieters, but check that it has not been canned with oil or undesirable additives.

OTHER PROTEINS

A protein is available from a wide range of non-meat sources. Eggs are a good source of protein but they are high in cholesterol, so limit yourself to one or two a week. Tofu and other soy products are excellent vegetarian sources of protein, as are many beans.

DAIRY

Always buy low fat when it comes to milk, cheese, and other dairy produce, as, although they are good sources of protein and calcium, they are high in saturated fat.



EAT PEAUNUT BUTTER:

THE AMERICAN DIET has serious shortcomings, say the experts; it doesn’t have enough if vitamins A, E and C. calcium, magnesium, potassium and fiber. The happy news: One serving of peanuts or peanut butter fills this gap. And peanuts have a host of other health benefits:

Antioxidant power. The level of anti-oxidant in peanuts rivals that of berries and other fruits.

Heart health Peanuts are a good source of beta-sitosterol (SIT), a compound that has been found to lower blood cholesterol. Eating peanuts also appears to decrease levels of triglycerides, fats in the blood that can raise your risk of heart disease.

Weight loss Dieters who were encouraged to include peanuts (and peanut butter) in their moderate-fat weight-loss programs tended to stay on their diets longer and keep the weight off longer.

Longevity Another study, involving mice, found that resveratrol, a natural compound in peanuts (it’s also in grapes), can prevent some of the adverse effects of a high-fat diet and prolong life.

Diabetes Eating peanut butter five times a week has been linked to an almost 30 percent reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Prostate, colon and breast cancers Beta-sitosterol, in addition to being heart-healthy, may inhibit tumor growth.





HUNGER IS NOT WHAT YOU MIGHT THINK IT IS

Consider this: If you ate only when you were really hungry and then only enough food to ease that hunger, it’s unlikely that you would ever have a weight problem.

Additionally, if you ate solely in response to your body’s need for fuel, you would be satisfied with anything that met your body’s demands for calories.

It’s also not unusual to feel hunger sensations during the first few days of a diet, especially if the plan is extremely low in calories. Yet many people claim that after a week or so, their hunger goes away. We have talked to people on 500-calorie-a-day liquid diets that were able to stay on such a restricted regimen for weeks. For them, hunger was not an issue because their bodies had adjusted to taking in fewer calories. The same lack of hunger is typical of people who have gone through surgical procedures to reduce the size of their stomachs. They may eat only tiny amounts of food at any time and claim never to be hungry.

What is so interesting is that once people on low-calorie liquid diets are allowed to eat a wider variety of foods, they often find themselves eating more than their bodies need. They eat out of appetite, not hunger. The same may happen with those who have had their stomachs reduced via surgery, but the consequences of eating more can make them ill. (Judith J. Wurtman, PhD, and Nina Frusztajer Marquis, MD)



How to lose weight: helpful tips from 2DayDiet4Usa.com

Dear friends, we would like to share some tips with you about diet and nutrition that we think you will find helpful:

Set real, achievable dieting goals for yourself. Proceed in a reasonable way, without extreme actions. The more naturally you develop a new way of life, the better the result. Remember to listen to your body. Drink mineral water, instead of sweet carbonated drinks. For dinner, it is good to eat vegetables with some meat; amino acids contained in meat activate the hormones that burn fat while you sleep. Drink Our japanese green tea. This plant prevents the formation of cancer cells, helps to prevent the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases, and also has a positive influence on the body's metabolism. Low-fat dairy products supply your body with calcium, and also increase the body's production of a hormone which forces cells to burn more fat.

Best Wishes for Happy and Healthy Dieting!! Sara, Product Specialist 2DayDiet4Usa.Com

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