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Aug 30, 2016

Diet Rules to Follow!

Don't skip breakfast- Eat breakfast. It'll energize you for the day and keep your diet in check.

Avoid late-night snacks- Finish eating three hours before bedtime. Your metabolism slows down when you sleep so you shift from fat burning to fat storage.

Start with greens- Eat in the right order. Eat vegetables first to naturally have more of them and ultimately eat fewer calories.

Snack away- Eat every three to four hours so you'll be equipped to say no to temptations.

Say no to soda- Regular soda drinking may make muscles less likely to burn fat.

Fill up on fiber and protein- Enjoy so many non-starchy vegetables, nuts, seeds, and lean proteins that you're too full for anything else.

Skip the salt and fizz- Cut sodium and carbonation! Carbonation can bloat your stomach, making it appear distended for hours or even days! Sodium holds onto fluid.

Have a carb-free afternoon- No carbs after lunch is one of the hardest (rules) to follow. But if you follow this rule you will lose weight.

Avoid fake foods- Pre-packaged weight loss products like shakes and bars are convenient, but they may not be helping you to lose weight in the long run. "You never feel satisfied after you eat something like that, because it’s just a bunch of processed stuff. There are lots of healthier, more filling options with the same or fewer calories.

You’re a high-calorie health nut- Just because a food is healthy doesn’t mean you can eat a mountain of it. Switching from white bread to whole wheat bread, eating nuts instead of chips, using olive oil instead of butter —these are all healthy changes. But they aren’t low-calorie substitutions, so portion control is still key.

Schedule a cheat day- Resist cravings by postponing indulging to a future day when you're free to eat whatever you want.

Do the math- Add a zero to your weight and use that to figure how many calories you should have if you're moderately active. If you weigh 150pounds, aim to eat 1,500 calories.

Walk it off- Take a 15-minute walk after each meal to burn a quick 100 calories.

Don't skimp on sleep- Get six to eight hours of sleep a night. Without it, the appetite hormone ghrelin increases, which could result in weight gain.

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