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    How eating well-balanced meals throughout the day can help you to lose weight.

    Eat 5 and lose weight?

    How can eating 5 well-portioned meals a day help you lose weight and feel great?

    Five meals a day.

    Go ahead—eat five!

    Now, you may be asking yourself how eating 5 times a day could possibly be good for you! This eating plan, of course, consists of good, healthy foods along with goods habits- you cannot eat pizza 5 times per day to be a leaner and healthier. Foods high in carbohydrates, like pizza, drag you down, bloat you and deplete your energy. It is time for you to change your habits and start eating light and healthy.

    Start with breakfast.

    Your first step to change your lifestyle and your eating habits is to start the day with a good healthy breakfast. Your body needs source of protein and carbohydrate at breakfast. Continue your day eating a good source of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates and some fats every 3-4 hours. Do not let your body go more than 4 hours without food as you may slow down your metabolism... What we are working towards is to raise your metabolic rate so you can burn calories all day long. Drink plenty of water before and after meals and throughout the day to curb your appetite. You want to flush out any toxins and excess fat in your body.

    Try foods you like.

    Try to plan your meals with the foods you enjoy. If you do not like tuna, do not force yourself to eat it. You will never stay consistent if you are dreading what you have to eat. Eat your meals slowly while sitting down. Too many of us eat on the run, standing in the kitchen or in the car. We do not give our bodies the chance to tell our brains we are satisfied and as you know, if you are not satisfied, you might over eat.

    Plan for slipping.

    There are going to be days that you might "fall off the wagon." For example, you might eat a high fat meal or over eat at dinner. If this happens, do not give up - just get right back on your eating plan the next day and your body will not be affected. If you thrown in the towel, that's where you get into trouble! If you make a mistake at work, you don't just quit your job - you correct it and move forward. Remember, quitters never win and winners never quit.

    Here Are Some Tips for Body Fat Loss:

    • Have your food steamed, baked, broiled or roasted.
    • Eliminate any rich, thick sauces and soups such as béarnaise, hollandaise, alfredos and sauces (marinara is a better choice).
    • Remove skin and fat from chicken.
    • Eliminate large amounts of butter.
    • Eat smaller portions- more often- never stuff yourself.
    • Share dessert- do not eat the whole thing by yourself!
    • Learn to just have a taste- if it is a food you cannot resist, stay away from it all together.
    • Chew gum while baking- especially during the holidays.
    • Ask for your salad dressing on the side- dip your fork in for taste.
    • Do not go out to dinner starved- this will lead you to over eat.
    • Drink water before and after your meals.

    Try eating well-balanced and portioned meals 5 times a day comprised of a good breakfast, a small mid-morning snack, sensible lunch, another small snack, a high quality small dinner, and a light snack before bed-time. that's 5 a day! Addd exercise to the mix and you're set for a super plan to manage your weight and feel great. Eat a balanced diet and get a personal trainer for motivation, injury prevention, greater strength & safe weight loss.

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