MID NIGHT SNACKING HAMPERING YOUR WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY???

Shweta Sharma
Shweta Sharma

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Dieting Psychology
Growing evidence, suggests that weight gain or weight loss is all about "calories in versus calories out. Most of the people especially women complaint that all day they go good with their diet regime, but at night, they go over with calories in the name of emotional eating or binge eating. The biggest culprit of anyone,s weight loss journey is Late-night snacking. That sneaky, unhealthy habit that takes a serious toll on anyone,s waistline.

we all feel helpless when it comes to control those cravings and still asks, “Why did I gain weight? Why can’t I lose weight?”. If you have a tendency to eat a lot or feel hungry at night time, you are sure hurting your weight-loss goals. Let me give you my best tips to help you.By swiping your food items you can stay in the limits of your weight loss journey: •By Drinking water: Drink water at night. It prevents food cravings. Increases Brain Power and Provides Energy. Promotes Healthy Weight Management and Weight Loss. Flush Out Toxins. Improves Your Complexion. Maintains Regularity. Boosts Immune System. Prevents Headaches. Prevents Cramps and Sprains. •VEGETABLES: Vegetables are great source of fibres and water. Raw vegetables or sautéed vegetables such as cabbage, lettuce, carrot, beans or green vegetables. The fibres will keep you fuller and guilt free. With time, this will have a huge impact on your cravings, your hunger, and your health. You will feel fully satiated and your cravings will be in control. •Non-fat yogurt with chia seeds: yogurt is a great source of protein and fibre. topping it with a tablespoon of chia seeds, which are rich in iron and fibre, really gives your healthy late-night snack a powerful punch. •Seeds: Seeds such as pumpkin, sesame and sunflower are a powerful pack of health punch. They are extremely nutritious. Seeds are great sources of fibre. They also contain healthy monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats and many important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. •Air-popped popcorn: Popcorn also contains fibre and is the only snack that's 100% whole grain. And whole grains are really good for you because they contain those antioxidants. They are rich in complex carbohydrates, and are low in fat, making popcorn a way better snack. I’m talking about plain popcorn here. •Eggs: eggs boast a lot of protein for not a lot of calories, so you can slice up two hard boiled eggs before bedtime for a filling snack. Sprinkle with delicious seasoning to jazz up the taste. Eggs are a very good source of inexpensive, high quality protein and are regarded as a 'complete' source of protein as they contain all nine essential amino acids. •Whole foods: grains like oats or porridge instead of namkeen and biscuits. baked potato or sweet potato rather than frozen chips. Raw nuts rather a nut bar. Lean steak and chicken fillets rather than processed patties, sausages etc. Plain milk, rather than pre-packaged flavoured milk. •Lotus seed: Lotus seeds as phool makhana are a great source protein, B vitamins, and dietary minerals. Mostly sold in dried, shelled form. Makhana seeds can be eaten raw, roasted or ground. They are low in calories, which makes them an ideal snack for weight loss. they provide satiety and keeps hunger at bay. There are many other sources which can be swiped. start exploring, stop making excuses. start learning the art of swiping your choices from junk to health. Staying in your goal-oriented calorie-based diet, plan your diet. Never let anything come into your way and achieve your goal. Happy journey guys.
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