Less food intake means less fat available to be stored.The first step in the direction of dieting is understanding where you’re going wrong.Here are some common misconceptions.
1. Avoiding Snacks
Snacking is not bad. Not when its healthy foods. So when hunger pangs hit between your three meals of the day like when you inadvertently stroll toward the fridge at noon, instead of depriving yourself of food, satiate your hunger temporarily with healthy snacks.
2. Going Overboard With The Healthy Foods
Healthier food substitutes are definitely low in calories compared to their unhealthy counterparts. This, however, does not mean that you can devour mountains of them guilt free. It will lead to weight gain.
3. Going With The Trend
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4. Skipping Meals
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5. Eating Less
Not making eye contact with the apple crumble pie after dinner or taking a detour past the cafeteria door during lunchtime are not diet techniques you should be directing your effort toward. While you may achieve your daily calorie deficit initially, by eating less your body will soon become accustomed to a new ‘normal’ and lower your metabolism in compensation. Your metabolism will soon come to a halt. Lowered metabolism does not gel well with weight loss.
6. Eating Too Early
We all know metabolism dips as it gets later in the day. It’s the reason you end up at your dinner table no later than 7. However, if you do not sleep early to support this good habit, you will just end up feeling hungry close to midnight. A weak will power is all it takes to make a waste of it all.