Saturday, August 8, 2009
Eating a healthy diet is of key importance to your weight-loss success. If you're eating more than you're burning, (your BMR + activity is 2000 and you're eating 2400 calories) you'll gain weight.
If you believe the old stories about a lot of weight in people during the holidays, you're right in part. In a recent study by the National Institute of Health, researchers found that, in reality, most people only tend to put in just under a pound. But a person who is already overweight averaged a whopping five pounds extra after the last horns have been destroyed.
But it is not good news for everyone, even those who put in the minimum because the study also shows that all tend to retain the post in pounds. In other words, more than ten years, those not-so-much pounds could lead to someone being overweight.
So what can we do to keep those pounds off? After all, our homes are usually filled with holiday pies, cakes and other sweets, and can be very tempting, even for the most faithful of a diet!
Here are some tips to get through the holidays.
Just a nibble!
Have you ever noticed that when you start eating a rich dessert that tastes so good, but the last bite, you've had enough? One way to keep the pounds down is just to enjoy a few bites that delicious cheesecake or chocolate fudge brownie. Nobody said that completely deprive yourself of holiday deals, just limit the amount you eat!
Enjoy the company, not the Brownies!
Many people think that parts of the holidays in terms of food is going to get to eat (or avoid), not the real reason for the holding-company and conversation. If you keep busy chatting with friends, you are less likely to invade the snack table.
You've probably heard the grocery store trick, not to shop when hungry because I only recently bought more. Well, the same can work for you all! Eating a large amount of raw vegetables and other healthy foods that keep with you during the game and was less tempted to binge on the bad things.
If you add up the calories you are likely to consume soft drinks, fruit punches and alcoholic beverages at parties, you may be surprised. You can gobble hundreds of calories without realizing that if you're not careful! Instead of these high calorie drinks, make a habit of drinking water in itself will help to eliminate the extra weight of water.
Create a calendar Comer
It would be fun or realistic to try to get through a party without at least some specimens of delights. But instead of heading immediately to the food table and loading your plate, and then suffering the rest of the party because he wants to try more spacing for snacks all the time in the match. When taking a nibble of something about every thirty minutes. Not only will help you eat less, will be a fun game you can play with you!
Most importantly, remember that holidays are to enjoy. Do not be too hard on yourself, and if you make a mistake, talk a long walk to work off the extra calories instead of beating yourself over to him!