Do you want to be thinner, healthy and fit?
By Lucy E. Riddell
While we offer an effective and natural fat loss product - the Jen Fe Next Fat Loss Patch and the Power Patch, we also know that without a commitment from you to bring about some lifestyle changes, you won't reach optimal fat loss. There is no product in the world that can produce fat loss while we are eating and drinking excessively, and moving only slowly from couch to car to office chair. We need a program of sensible diet and exercise that will support the products we utilize to help our weight loss.
Here's what to eat:
1.Lots of vegetables and fruits
2.Increase healthy protein intake. This is how you build lean muscle tissue, which in turn speeds up your metabolism. Examples are fish, lean meats, low-fat dairy products, beans, and soy products.
3.Fiber-Rich foods. They will fill up and they make they are satisfying. In this category are: peas, beans, bran cereals, potato skins, nuts and seeds, oatmeal, bulger wheat, 100% whole wheat baked goods, fruits and vegetables.
4.Minerals. Calcium and other minerals are you "secret weapons against body fat. They are found in low-fat dairy products, small or canned fish, soy tofu, green vegetables, nuts, seeds, bran cereals, and calcium fortified orange juice, and avoid processed, salt-loaded foods.
5.Eat fish and beneficial fats. Omega-3 unsaturated fatty acid in some fish, oils and nuts is a good fat. Eat moderate amounts of salmon, herring, mackerel, sardines and other oily fish. Soybeans, nuts, pumpkin seed are also excellent sources for Omega-3.
6.Reduce harmful fats - saturated and trans fats. These are not only high in calories; they are also loaded with harmful fatty acids that cause disease.
7.Always eat an adequate breakfast for several reasons: it will speed up your metabolism earlier in the day and when you skip breakfast, it makes it harder to control your appetite later in the day.
8.Cut back or eliminate alcohol. It is high in non-filling calories. Ideal consumption is one glass of beer or wine a day.
9.Stay away from junk carbohydrates - sugar and white flour are diet killers in all but the smallest amounts.
10.Gradually reduce your calorie intake because extreme and sudden dieting causes your body to conserve, not burn calories, and it slows fat loss.
11.Snack instead of eating large meals - larger, higher calorie meals tend to be stored as fat, instead of burned for energy. Ideally, you should eat five or six smaller, nutritious snacks each day instead of large meals.
12.Move! You must exercise to build lean tissue that burns fat. As little as two to three hours per week of brisk walking at minimum, and you will notice a major impact on your weight loss.
13.Reduce stress. It produces adverse fat-producing chemistry in your body. Try warm baths, meditation, deep breathing, stretching, massage, prayer and rest.
14.Get outside into the sunshine at lest 20 minutes per day - the vitamin D you get from sunshine works with calcium for health and body fat control.
About The Author
Lucy Riddell is the President of CoachLucy, an InsightsthatWork company.She has an MBA with a Marketing focus and has been training and working as a personal and executive coach for 5 Years. Lucy brings to her clients over twenty years of experience in various leadership roles in companies, educational and non-profit organizations, such as Bank of New England, Dechert Price & Rhoades, Palmer and Dodge, Bank of Boston, Pine Manor College and Emerson College. My background as a manager, fund-raiser, salesperson and mother provides an informed and insightful understanding of individuals and the logistics of transition, teamwork, and business. Call me at 978-462-5356 or register on my website, at: http://www.coachlucy.com for a free consultation and sign up for my FREE e-course, "Why Would I Spend My Hard-Earned Money On A Coach"
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