Be sure to add fresh vegetables and fruits that are a source of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants to your diet. Vegetables at every meal, soups and salads, vegetable dishes, beetroot, pumpkin, broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, carrots, kohlrabi, cabbage, spinach, Brussels sprouts, yams, colorful vegetables such as biceps and do not forget to include. In this way, you provide adequate fiber intake and increase saturation. Be sure to consume fruit during the day, but be careful not to exceed 1-2 servings. Apples, oranges, tangerines, quince, pears, pomegranates and grapefruit are indispensable fruits of the winter months.
You don't need to cut out carbohydrates to stay in shape, just know how to choose the right sources. Instead of foods such as white flour, couscous, rice, potatoes, sugar and pasta, choose desserts made with whole grain, rye flours and their breads, cereal pasta, bulgur rice fruit. Of course, even if there are healthy preferences, don't forget to control the portion in them, as in any food!
This year, with the increase in time spent at home and the arrival of the winter months, heavy fat meals and especially late evening dessert consumption increased. But we can make dishes and desserts healthier and more delicious. You can make the fries in the oven or in a toaster, add garlic yogurt and tomato sauce on top. For desserts, you can use fit recipes, instead of sugar, you can use many alternatives such as bananas, molasses, dates or Mulberry dries.
With the pandemic, our level of movement has decreased, while our stress levels continue to increase every day. But let's not forget that streets, beaches and woodlands are all of us as long as we maintain social distance. A tiny walk of 30-45 minutes 3-4 days a week will be very good for both your soul and body, supporting your nutrition. Those who cannot go out or do not want to go out in the process can find hundreds of thousands of exercise videos on the internet that match their level. I'm sure you can add a species you love to your life.
We sweat profusely in the summer so that we feel our need for water is increasing. But as the winter months come, our feeling of thirst decreases and we drink much less. Let's not forget that our body's need for water never decreases. Water is vital for the body to perform its necessary functions, to be more fit and fit. Those who have difficulty drinking water can add aramo transmitters such as pomegranate, Yesil Apple, parsley, lemon, mint, pear.
Colas, bozas, saleps, hot chocolates, sugary and cream coffees are indispensable for many of us... But consuming them every day will increase inflammation in our body, reduce our immunity, and cause us to take in extra calories. You can limit the consumption of caloric drinks to one per week and consume herbal teas and detox juices on the remaining days. Lime, fennel, balm, rose Yesil, green tea, white tea, rooibos, mate and chamomile are pretty good alternatives. During brewing, you can match your taste by adding aromatic flavors such as cinnamon, clove, cardamom, and black pepper.
Don't rely on shock diets/liquid diets or overly restricted, ban-filled lists in the name of losing weight faster. During the weight loss process, your goal is to learn the right diet, maintain it, and then maintain the weight you give. Remember that the more you restrict yourself, the more difficult it is and you tire your body out. However, it is not difficult to eat healthy and adapt it to life, as long as you are not afraid to try and take steps!
Start the new year believing you will achieve your goals and never give up. It's a process, and of course there will be ups and downs, don't lower your motivation with excuses, delays. If you set yourself small and realistic goals, you are less likely to be disappointed. Sometimes you may not be able to lose weight, even if you try, at which point please don't stress and feel free to get support.
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