I best make these TIPS quick and simple for all you BUSY, HARD WORKING people. Hopefully this advice will help you with organisation of your meals each day, more energy for you to get through the day and even drop a few pounds just with a few tweeks..
1, Avoid eating late. Try to avoid eating late, after about 8pm, our metabolism slows down at night, thats when special things take place in the bed at night. Our likes to repair itself, detoxifying takes place but also weightloss happens in our sleep as well. Thats why its also good to get quality sleep.
2, Overeating. Its so easy to over eat, our busy lives and busy work life, constantly checking emails, talking to friends whilst eating as well. While your eatin SLOW DOWN and think, mindful eating will boost your health and stop them extra few pounds going on. Even over eating healthy food will put weight on. JUST BE AWARE !!
3, Snacking. This is common sense this one, or is it ? Snacking is all about if you prepare and what you use as a snack. I always say have an emergency snack, in your car, in your office desk and the ones you have in your kitchens cupboards make sure they are GOOD ones. If you do happen to skip one of your three meals throughout the day because of busy timetables. Having a packet of nuts or a few different types and a bag of apples is more than enough to keep hunger at bay. REMEMBER to try different foods.
4, Avoid White Processed Foods. White rice, white bread, white pasta, and white sauces. White flour foods are all processed and the good fiber and nutrients are significantly reduced. Enjoy whole grain breads, brown rice and whole grains like quinoa, wild rice, and buckwheat instead. Go for a tomato or pesto sauce instead of white sauces which tend to be laden with saturated fat and sodium.
5, Stay Hydrated. This step is as easy as carrying a stainless steel or glass water bottle with you. Count how many times you fill it up. At least eight glasses of water a day will keep your energy levels high, your hunger down, your digestion smooth and your concentration sharp. When we are dehydrated, our bodies often mistake this feeling for hunger.