Ways To Stop Overeating

It is not always easy to restrict your calorie intake when you are trying to lose weight, however today we have a video that will show you some clever tricks that you can use to help you to stop overeating. Also when you really look at diet, according to new scientific research, sadly many of the things that you assume are correct about dieting are actually wrong.

 

Some Diet Rules

  1. Skip Breakfast If You Want
    Most people assume that a healthy diet begins breakfast but what matters most is total calorie intake, food selection and how much time you spend eating each day. The timing of your meal isn’t really important so if you don’t love breakfast, skip it. If you do, then enjoy your morning meal but make sure you’re not eating more calories than you need.
  2. Eat A Big Dinner If You Want
    Most people think eating after dark is the cardinal sin of weight loss. But any diet where you can’t eat at night and can’t enjoy food with your friends and family is restrictive and doesn’t adhere to any science-backed rules of weight loss. You won’t become fat by eating at night—that will only happen if you overeat at night. If you’re aware of how much you should be eating each day, you can place those calories in whatever meal works best for your body.
  3. Snacking Does Not Affect Metabolism
    If you’re told to eat 2,000 calories per day, it doesn’t matter if it’s separated into five 400-calorie meals or two 1000-calorie feasts – However the composition of those meals does matter. What works best for your schedule should determine the number of meals you eat. When Canadian researchers compared eating three meals per day to six meals per day, breaking the six into three main meals and three snacks, there was no significant difference in weight loss, but those who ate three meals were more satisfied and felt less hunger.
  4. Eat Fewer Carbohydrates to Get Slim
    When people say carbohydrates are bad, they’re usually just talking about eating lots of sugar. But that’s not really fair to every other food that also is labelled a carbohydrate. Your body needs carbohydrates. If you completely remove this essential nutrient from your diet, you could experience a lowering of the hormones that control fat loss, making it harder to have the lean, sexy body you want. A good general rule is to eat more carbohydrates on the days you’re active and fewer carbohydrates on the days you’re sedentary. And make sure most of your carbohydrates come from whole foods such as fruits and vegetables.
  5. There is a Weight Loss Pill Worth Buying
    If you want to take a pill to help promote fat loss, your best bet is a vitamin that you associate with the sun. Vitamin D helps you feel fuller because, according to Australian researchers, it releases more leptin, a hormone essential to weight loss. It also helps you store less fat by decreasing parathyroid hormone, which makes you hold on to your love handles. Vitamin D burns more fat by reducing production of the stress hormone cortisol.