Tips To Get In Shape

1.Avoid all the sodas and soft drinks

Sweetened sodas and drinks can add weight on you body, specially on you belly and waste. sodas are loaded with a lot of sugar, calories and essential nutrients.

Sweet tastes also promote insulin release, which blocks your body ability to burn fat and build the muscles.

Sugary drinks do not make you full, added sugar is highly fattening and liquid sugar even more.

2. Don’t eat pork and foods that contain pork

Pork is full of antibioticsIts a fact that ham, sausages and bacon strips right to your body fat and believe me, you don’t need that kind of fat on any part of your body.

Pig meat has twice as much fat as beef a 3 oz pork rib has 23,2 grams of fat.

3. Drink a lot of water

Water is calorie free, helps you to bun calorie and suppress your appetite before your meal.

Drinking a lot of water helps to reduce calorie intake and a lower risk of weight gain and obesity.

Water helps to remove waste from the body, when body is dehydrated, kidneys retain fluid.

4. Don’t skip your meal 

Hunger can be a powerful trigger to eat and overeat.

Digesting the food is a major calorie burner. Not eating regularly lowers the body’s metabolic rate decreasing calorie consumption.

Not eating pushing our body to conserve food and store it as fat.

5. Don’t eat fast and junk food

Fast food make you fat and increases your risk of type 2 diabetes.

The calorie of fast food is extreme. While your body burns some calorie in metabolic activity, you may be unable to deplete the excess.

It can damage your liver, because high levels of trans fats found in fast food can cause deposition of fats in the liver, which can cause liver disfunction.

6. Focus on your sleep, you should sleep from 6 to 9 hours at night

When you don’t sleep enough, it’s easy to lean on a large latte to get moving.

Skipping sleep sets your brain up to make bad decision.

With sleep deprivation, the chemicals that signal to your brain that you are full are off balance.

7. Eat more fruits and vegetables

Vegetables and fruits are typically low in calories and filled with essential nutrients.

Water and finer in foods increase volume and thereby reduce energy density.

Eating more fruits and veggies can help you reduce the overall calorie count of your diet.


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