10 Unhealthy habits to avoid and keep your diet on

10 Unhealthy habits to avoid and keep your diet on

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1.Eating at night will load on the weight

 The amount of calories consumed over a 24-hour period or over 7 days is what causes you to put on body weight, and when you consume these calories makes no difference.

2.Eat at the same time every day


 Eat when you’re starving, not when the timer says it’s time to eat.

3.Diets with a friend always makes weight-loss simpler


 Typical objectives may pay off but weight-loss is a personal adventure.

4.Nutritional fat makes you feel less hungry longer, so you’ll eat much less


 Fat takes more time to process, but it will not help you control your hunger. Meals likely to ward off starvation the longest are proteins, followed by carbohydrate food, then fat.

5.When you skip your diet, you might as well delay until the next day to get returning to normal


 Nothing could be further from the truth – always try to immediately get right back on course at your next mealtime.

6.Declining food at a celebration or when visiting is impolite


 Refusing food that you know will blow your daily eating plan is culturally appropriate.

7.Missing a meal every now and then will help you reduce


 Missing a meal indicates you will be so starved at the next meal that you are likely to overindulge. This can also help cause to a recession of your metabolic rate.

8.Bread puts on weight, nuts puts on weight, pasta puts on weight


 Whole-wheat bread/pasta is a great source of nutritional value, and it won’t make you put on any more weight than any other food with the same amount of calories.

9.Calories are calories and are all equal


 This is somewhat real, however; you’ll get more nutritional value from a 100-calorie apple than from a 100-calorie piece of white bread. Choose healthier foods if you are reducing weight, or managing your hunger.

10.If you don’t eat everything on your plate, you’re totally wasting food


 If you just don’t feel right excusing yourself from the table until you’ve eaten all your food, underestimate your appetite and put a less amount of food on your plate to begin with, or you may overindulge.

 Don’t believe everything you hear! Much of it is just superstition. Now you can tell your buddies the real deal. In the end, health professionals say, many of the diet rules we keep close to our hearts are intended to be broken – without guilt!