7 mental tricks for weight loss. Prepared? Let’s start!
Think about how often you eat food that you don’t even want to, the free cookie that came with your sandwich; the unsatisfying fat-free ice cream that you kept dipping into each night because you didn’t want to waste it. Change the way you think and watch the weight fall off!
Shedding the extra pounds from your body is not a great deal. Neither is it painful or costly but it cannot be done in a day, it take a lot of time to achieve it. All you need to have is the will power to shed that extra weight by making simple changes to your daily routine.
The human body can scoff and retain a lot of food and the nutrient that is not digested becomes fat and gets accumulated in the body and increases the size of the belly and butts. As the size of the body increases, crave for extra food also increases. So the weight shedding strategy should be devised in such a way that it has a solution for both craving and weight loss.
1 Patterns that can be followed in food
Chew more – Science reveals that it takes 20 minutes for the abdomen to direct a message to the brain that you are satisfied. This means, you are likely to eat more if you take a very less time to chew your food.
Use small sized utensils – Make use of spoons, bowls and plates which is smaller in size than your regular vessels. When you scoop in a few spoons, it would make your mind feel that you have consumed more.
Dine alone – Eating with the whole family will encourage gobbling more amount of food just for the sake of giving companionship to the family members. So, if you eat alone, you can stick to your goal of consuming less food. If you are out of home, you can ask for a go-to box and eat alone.
Think Twice – Think twice before you consume any food. If you are planning to eat cookies or a sweet dish, just imagine, how many calories will be added on to your body and how much extra time, would you have to spend in the gym? In such cases, formulate as to what type of healthy foods can be replaced in place of junk foods.
REMEMBER PALS: Once on your lips, forever on your hips!