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3 New Habits to Healthy Weight Loss

Are you tired of the struggle to weight loss that seemed endless? Well, try the following strategies that were collected from the experts. It doesn't hurt right now?

Get in the mood to lose
You do not really want to snack, but your friends urge you to join them. Finally, you give up and order a slice of tiramisu. Stop into the sociotropy: a person who always tried to please others. "Women have higher scores of slightly in this tendency than men," says Julie Exline, an associate professor of psychology at Case Western Reserve University. If you feel pressured to pig out, "tell your friends politely that you're not hungry for more right now," Exline suggests.

Eat slowly
Most of us eat quickly, chew each bite only a few times, which means we consume more food than we realize. When we chew again, our bodies produce less ghrelin, a hormone that increases appetite, and more peptide hormones are believed to curb hunger. From now on, eating slowly.

eat slowly

Regulate food intake
Eat healthy foods throughout the day to keep your blood glucose levels, which is the fuel your body. You will also be better able to resist lust when changing the selection of nutritious snacks such as fruits, vegetables, low-fat yogurt, and whole wheat bread smeared with peanut butter. Studies have also shown that eating consistently helped us control the appetite.

Yes, 3 new habits to healthy weight loss that you begin. Afterwards, you can say 'goodbye' to fat. Forever.

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