When you are looking to lose weight you must have the right diet for you, otherwise you will end up gaining weight and not losing. Quit trying losing weight in a short-term, because those diets will punch you right in your face after 2 weeks when you gain even more weight than before. In order to lose and maintain your weight you must have the proper diet. Also just by making a few changes in your lifestyle you will be able to reach your weight loss goals and have a better and healthier life. So here are the 10 Painless Ways to Lose Weight Fast, so you can implement into your diet to reach your goals faster and easier.
Quick Weight Loss Tips: 10 Painless Ways to Lose Weight Fast:[the_ad id=”633″]
Blend a Plant-Based Smoothie
A 29 year old accountant, Zero Belly Diet test panelist named Bryan Wilson, lost 19 pounds and an astounding 6 inches from his waist in just 6 weeks on the diet, and he attributes his accomplishment to the Zero Belly Shake recipes in the program. He said that he loves the shakes and he included them into his diet and almost immediately he lost the bloat. He also added “I’m a sweet craver, and the shakes were an awesome alternative to bowls and bowls of ice cream I would have had.”
Protein drinks are great way to get a monster dose of belly-break nutrition into a delicious, simple treat. However, most commercial drinks are filled with unpronounceable chemicals that can upset our gut health and cause inflammation and bloat. Also the high doses of whey used to boost protein levels can amplify the belly-bloating effect. The solution from Zero Belly is this: You should try vegan protein, which will give you the same fat-burning, muscle-building, hunger-squelching, without the bloat.
Toss out the Top
Making your sandwich with two slices of bread is so 2013. Help your slim down efforts by opting for whole-grain bread over white and preparing your sandwich “open-faced” style, which is the fancy name for kicking the top piece of bread to the curb. By doing this you are keeping about 70-90 calories off your plate. However, if losing some bread leaves your tummy rumbling, beef up your meal by munching on a cup of sugar snap peas or baby carrots. These pop-in-your mouth veggies are full with fiber and water which will help to aid satiety and weight loss efforts.
According to many dieters, repetition builds rhythm, be boring. Most successful losers have just a couple of go-to breakfasts or snacks. You should make an effort to pinpoint these for yourself. When you ask yourself, “I’m hungry, what should I eat?” that doesn’t often ends very good. You can change the rotation every few weeks, but pre-set exercises or meals on certain days will help extraordinarily.[the_ad id=”635″]
Get Smaller Plates
According to many studies, the bigger your plate is, the bigger your meal it is. You probably are asking, why? Well, as smaller plates make food look significantly larger, bigger plates make your food look smaller, which often leads to you know what, overeating. In one research, candidates who were given larger bowls served themselves and consumed 16% more cereal than those given smaller bowls.
Swapping dinner plates for smaller plates will help you to eat more reasonable portions, which will help the additional pounds to fly off your body. To toss even more calories to the curb, use small red plates. Although the vibrant hue may not go with your dining room décor, the color will help you consume less food, and in turn shrink those pesky love handles. In another study published by the journal Appetite, participants ate less snack food and soda when their plates and cups were red. Researchers suggest the color red reduces the amount we are likely to consume by subtly telling the mind to stop noshing.
Make Dinner a Buffet
When you put heaping bowls of food on the table, over-eating is unavoidable. Don’t believe it? A recent research in the journal Obesity, found that when food is server family-style, people consume 35% more over the course of their meal. Instead, keep food on the stove or counter and spoon it out onto plates from there. When going back for seconds requires leaving the table, which people tend consider their hunger levels more carefully. Also, serving healthier dishes can, of course, help too!
Beware of Health Halos
Do you consider products from supermarkets to be healthier than those from other grocery stores? Or perhaps, do you think that dishes from organic restaurants are all waistline friendly? If your answer is yes to both questions, you could be derailing your weight loss efforts. When people guess the number of calories in a sandwich coming from a “healthy” restaurant, they guess that it has 35% fewer calories than they do when it comes from an “unhealthy” restaurant, according to many studies. So remember next time you reach for that package of Whole Foods Organic Fruit & Nut Granola. One of these “healthy” products has almost 500 calories.[the_ad id=”634″]
Eat the Yolk
This year’s Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee dropped their longstanding recommendation that we should limit dietary cholesterol. Decades of studies have proven that it has little effect on blood cholesterol levels, and the government’s outdated recommendations have done a little more than send scrambled messages about the pros and cons of consuming eggs and shrimp. You can go ahead and scramble up an omelet with the yolk; it’s not going to hurt you. As a matter a fact, consuming the entire egg is beneficial to your metabolism. The yolk has many metabolism-stoking nutrients in which are included fat-soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids and most importantly choline, which is a powerful compound that attacks the gene mechanism that activates your body to store fat around your liver.
Blend Veggies into Your Oats
Oatmeal had a big hit in 2015, especially overnight oats. However, there is one healthy oatmeal trend that was better than all the rest and that is, Zoats! The funny sounding name actually describes a very straightforward dish made from shredded fiber-filled zucchini, milk, oatmeal, spices and nutrient-packed add-ins like nuts and fruit which is absolutely delicious! We love how the dish makes it easy to add vegetables to your morning meal – somewhere it’s rarely found. Also, adding a zucchini to your oatmeal adds bulk to your breakfast bowl without the need for extra cereal which is ultimately saving you calories![the_ad id=”637″]
Don’t Sleep With the TV On
According to a study published by the American Journal of Epidemiology, exposure to light at night doesn’t just interrupt your chances of a great night’s sleep; it may also result in weight gain. As crazy as it sounds, study candidates who slept in the darkest rooms were 21% less likely to be obese than those people who were sleeping in the lightest rooms. The takeaway here is a simple one and that is: Turn off the TV and toss your nightlight! Related: Burn Fat and Lose Weight While You Sleep Easy and Quick
Tap into Your Emotions
In a Orlando Health survey in 2015 of more than a thousands respondents, the majority cited their inability to stay consistent with a diet or workout plan as their primary barriers to weight loss success. This sounds normal, but here is the kicker: Only 1 in 10 of the respondents noted their psychological well-being as a part of the equation and it’s likely why nearly 2 out of 3 people who lose five percent of their total weight gain it all back.
So in order to unlock the door to weight loss success and stop emotional consuming try keeping a diary that tracks your food choices and current mood. After that look for unhealthy patterns, which can help you recognize specific emotional connections you have with food. And once you are more aware of these connections, it will be easier to adopt healthier eating patterns. Do you often find yourself reaching for something sugary when you are stressed or devour fries when you are sad? Instead of making bad choices, try more productive ways to cope such as going for a quick 5-minute walk or maybe texting a friend.