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  • Why Eating More Often Will Help You Lose Weight


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    Now, an important key is to eat the right small meals every 2-3 hours. You can't be eating fast food or double fudge brownies and expect the weight to fall off. Of course you need to eat a balanced healthy diet consisting of 7-8 servings of fruit and vegetables, 2-4 servings of grains, 1-3 servings of good fats, 2-3 servings of dairy and 2-3 servings of lean protein. The actual reality is that you will be eating more food then you have probably ever eaten but, because it is the nutrient-packed food that your body needs, you will lose weight with relative ease.

    So, let's go through a typical day's food plan:

    • 7 a.m. - 8 oz glass of purified water, 1-2 eggs, 1 slice hardy multigrain bread, 1-2 teaspoons all fruit, 2 slices turkey bacon, 1 cup decaf or green tea.

    • Midmorning snack - 8 oz water, a small apple or 15 raw almonds.

    • Noon - Ideally, this is your largest meal of the day with 4-6 oz lean protein, 2-3 servings of veggies, 1/2 sweet potato or 1/2-cup brown rice and more water.

    • Afternoon snack - Warm or cold herbal tea, 5-7 Triscuits with a thin coating of peanut butter.

    • Dinner - Very large mixed green salad with all the fixings, put 2-3 oz. of lean meat on it and use balsamic vinegar and olive oil as dressing, more water.

    • Evening - Finally, if you so choose, an evening snack of a small container of no-fat yogurt or 5-7 strawberries cut up and mixed with 1/3 cup of no-fat cottage cheese and, of course, more water.

     

    This may seem challenging at first, but over the course of a week or two, as you settle into this food regimen, you will notice that your energy level will markedly increase, you will not have sugar or non-healthy carb carvings and you will sleep much more soundly. Give it a try, and mark my words ... you are going to feel wonderful and lose weight to boot.

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    Article Source: Kim Pye @ http://www.ArticleWorld.net

    Kim Pye is certified in fitness and exercise by the American Council on Exercise (A.C.E.). Kim Pye currently owns a very successful exercise and fitness studio in Waynesville, North Carolina, Kim's Gym: http://www.probodyfitnessandnutrition.com/

     

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