By Kandis O’neal on August 23 2019 03:50:49
The time saved at the last-minute can be helpful in two ways. One is that it can allow you to go out for a walk or a jog or some fun time with your husband and/or children in the yard or the park. You can therefore benefit from the exercise that you probably thought you would not have time for, and also spend the time with your family. The second benefit to this time saved is that you will feel less stressed. In fact that benefit will be doubled if that time is used for some of that physical activity.
If you can take the time now to start planning your holiday eating, you will be less stressed; you will be ready with healthy meal ideas for your busy days; you will have time to plan for more healthy activity in your schedule, and you may not have to worry as much about losing extra pounds after the holiday is over. So, begin now to make some healthy meal plans for each of the holidays you want to celebrate.
You also need to make a meal schedule that you will follow to help you with your weight loss efforts. Most weight loss meal plans recommend that you divide your total daily calorie intake into five meals throughout the day. This will ensure that you do not go hungry for too long thus avoiding the likelihood of binge eating. Try and make sure you eat within two hours after you wake up in the morning, and within three hours before you go to bed. Dividing your meals into five portions throughout the day will also help you in eating smaller portions of food per meal.
Helps with portion control. Many times we know how many calories we want to eat for the day but we struggle to get the right mix of nutrients. How many calories from fat, carbohydrates or fiber do we need? A well designed meal plan diet will plan all that out for you. Saves money and time. By planning your meals ahead of time, you can save money at the grocery store by not buying food on impulse. You make your list and stick to it. Planning your meals also keeps you from eating fast food, even if you pick something off the healthy menu. Most meal plan diets recommend that you eat several small meals throughout the day. This keeps your body metabolism running at a higher rate, thereby burning calories more efficiently. 5 meals made up of about 300 calories each gives most people the needed calories to stay healthy and feel full and just few enough to be able to lose weight.
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