Thursday, 29 March 2012



This information will enable you to be more prudent in your choice of foods and also in the way you design your eating habits. 
So gear up for burning those extra fat 

1.Eat your breakfast
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As the name suggest breakfast means breaking the overnight fast, after 8–12 hours without food, the brain and muscles need "energy" to function. A good breakfast should be rich in both carbs and proteins and meet  1/3rd of the day’s calorie requirement. A healthy breakfast refuels your body and  may reduce your hunger pangs later in the day. Break the Fast to Shed the Pounds

2.Increase your muscle mass!
The more lean muscle you have, the more calories your body will burn even at rest. Double up on your cardio training (around 45-60mins).

3.Do not eat poor quality carbohydrates before bed time.
Poor quality carbs are those that contain sugar or are highly processed like cakes, pastries, cookies, biscuits, chocolates.

4.Never let yourself get too hungry or too stuffed. 
It really is all about moderation. Time your meals so that you eat before you are straving. Skipping meals in general can lower your metabolism, decrease your lean body ... Excess energy intake (from foods and beverages) that is not used at that time will be stored as fat!

5.Eat more fiber foods and Hydrate well

Fiber not only promotes overall general health, but also can significantly aid in your fat burning efforts. If you are not fully hydrated, your metabolism will slow down and you won’t be burning calories as efficiently as you can!  Water is the ticket to a successful cleanse.