10 Tips To Lose Weight And Improve Your Energy

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1) Have a well-balanced breakfast. Get all the nutrition in that your body is craving for. Example: mix of protein and whole grains.

2) Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice. These are the most fattening things you can put into your body. Look at the nutrition label, particularly the sugar content of every drink. This helps you to be mindful of the sugar amount in every drink.

3) I try to fit in small bouts of exercise whenever possible, like doing jumping jacks or crunches during television commercials. Walk or climb stairs whenever possible.

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4) Choose weight loss-friendly foods. Certain foods are very useful for losing fat, example, leafy greens, salmon, tuna, ground beef, lean turkey, cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and brussel sprouts, potatoes, beans and legumes

5) Proper meal timing. Stick to this advice: eat meals at specific times throughout the day. Don’t snack in between, and don’t eat close to bedtime.

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6) Drink coffee or tea, preferably Peak Performance Coffee with is filled with antioxidants and are without toxins unlike many coffee beans out there. Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods. Base most of your diet on whole foods. They are healthier, more filling and much less likely to cause overeating.

7) Eat your food slowly. Chew the food properly so it is better digested and the more nutrients are more easily absorbed.

8) Use smaller plates. Studies show that people automatically eat less when they use smaller plates.

9) Get a good night’s sleep. The more sleep-deprived you are, the higher your levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which can increase your appetite.

10) Reduce or avoid stress. Again just like lack of sleep, stress is connected to weight gain, because a high level of the stress hormone cortisol has been shown to up appetite, drive cravings for “junk” food, and make it oh so much easier to accumulate belly fat.