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HERE'S HOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE FESTIVE SEASON WITHOUT WEIGHT BEING A BOTHERATION

By Geetika Raleh . 11th October 2018 09:00am
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE FESTIVE SEASON WITHOUT WEIGHT BEING A BOTHERATION

Guess what!! It is already that time of the year all of the look forward to every year for wearing sexy choli and dance your heart out. But your weight might make you feel that you’re not there to wear that choli. But to be honest your weight does not really matter. Just go ahead and have fun anyway!!

But if you still want to lose some inches before the big night, then here are some tips you would need. And we promise your diet will not be mishandled with.

An expert says, “Many women end up doing these crazy crash diets where they survive on liquids or eat only salads. But there are no quick fixes for a healthy lifestyle.” Always remember that weight loss through crash diet always piles on more quickly and easily.

However, experts suggest some ways for a healthier lifestyle which you can adopt this festive season.

DON’T STARVE YOURSELF

Always choose a diet which will fill your stomach and if you want to see quick results, try eating light before bed. At night if fiber and protein are taken, it is the best combination. Items like millets, khichdi, oats with yogurt, grilled chicken salad are best to eat for dinner.

SAY NO TO NO PROTEIN DETOX

Protein is a medium of adding on weight. The experts say, “Don’t opt for a vegetable or fruit detox. You need to add some protein to make your meal healthy. If you remove protein from your diet, you’ll end up losing muscle. For a toned look, you need to work out and eat enough protein”.

DON’T WORKOUT IN EXCESS

If you’re going to the gym twice in a day, then that is only going to make you tired and it may even injure you. The experts say that working out normally and in moderate amount would help in reducing weight.

AVOID LIQUID DIETS

The energy level should be enough to get through the nine long days of Navratri. A liquid diet does not have the required nutrients to give you the energy. Professionals say, “You might even end up suffering from dehydration due to excessive sweating because the body is losing salts and energy.

Sticking to a healthy diet and workout routine would help in getting the desired results.