Can weight loss possible without proper diet?

Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health, or physical fitness, refers to a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue.
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Can weight loss possible without proper diet?

Unread post by sam miller » Fri Nov 02, 2018 7:35 am

My profession is such that I can't stick to just healthy eating. I travel a lot and eat anything available.
How can I lose weight If I am not able to manage my diet?

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Re: few tips to lose weight without diet or exercise

Unread post by Mirage » Sat Nov 17, 2018 8:05 am

There are several proven tips that can help you eat fewer calories with ease.These are effective ways to reduce your weight, as well as to prevent weight gain in the future.

1. Chew Thoroughly and Slow Down
Your brain needs time to process that you've had enough to eat.Chewing your food thoroughly makes you eat more slowly, which is associated with decreased food intake, increased fullness and smaller portion sizes.
How quickly you finish your meals may also affect your weight.

2. Use Smaller Plates for Unhealthy Foods
The typical food plate is larger today than it was a few decades ago.This trend could contribute to weight gain, since using a smaller plate may help you eat less by making portions look larger.
On the other hand, a bigger plate can make a serving look smaller, causing you to add more food.

3. Eat Plenty of Protein
Protein has powerful effects on appetite. It can increase feelings of fullness, reduce hunger and help you eat fewer calories.This may be because protein affects several hormones that play a role in hunger and fullness, including ghrelin and GLP-1.

4. Store Unhealthy Foods out of Sight
Storing unhealthy foods where you can see them may increase hunger and cravings, causing you to eat more.This is also linked to weight gain. Store unhealthy foods out of sight, such as in closets or cupboards, so that they are less likely to catch your eye when you're hungry.

5. Eat Fiber-Rich Foods
Eating fiber-rich foods may increase satiety, helping you feel fuller for longer.Studies also indicate that one type of fiber, viscous fiber, is particularly helpful for weight loss. It increases fullness and reduces food intake.

6. Drink Water Regularly
Drinking water can help you eat less and lose weight, especially if you drink it before a meal.One study in adults found that drinking half a liter (17 ounces) of water about 30 minutes before meals reduced hunger and lessened calorie intake. If you replace calorie-loaded drinks — such as soda or juice — with water, you may experience an even greater effect.

7. Serve Yourself Smaller Portions
Serving yourself just a little less might help you eat significantly fewer calories. And you probably won't even notice the difference.

8. Eat Without Electronic Distractions
If you regularly consume meals while watching TV or using electronic devices, you could be inadvertently eating more. These extra calories add up and have a massive impact on your weight in the long term.

9. Sleep Well and Avoid Stress
Poor sleep and excess stress may imbalance several important appetite-regulating hormones, causing you to eat more.

10. Eliminate Sugary Drinks
Sugary drinks have been linked to an increased risk of weight gain and many diseases. Your brain doesn't register liquid calories as it does solid foods, making you eat more.

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