What's the Best Stomach Diet to Lose Those Extra Pounds?

Fad diets are rife in the media world today. This celebrity is doing this diet and another is doing that diet. But what is a good diet plan that will help you lose weight, keep it off, be healthy and won't leave you feeling like your staving for the rest of your life? This article will give a quick run down on the basic foods for health and weight loss and then give a few tips on how to avoid over eating, which is the principal cause of being overweight. So the best stomach diet is not only the kind of food you eat but also the quantity.

The basic foods that should make up the majority of your stomach diet are fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. These foods are packed with nutrients to keep your body healthy. They are also fibre rich which will satisfy your hunger and keep you feeling fuller for longer and that will in turn keep you from eating too much and tempting you to pick at junk food. Make sure you eat lean protein, as this is also a hunger fighting food. What's more is that protein helps you to build and maintain the lean muscle on your body, and the more lean muscle you have, the faster your metabolism will be and the more fat you will burn. If your stomach diet consists almost entirely of these types of foods then there is no way you will gain weight, on the contrary you will begin to shed pounds and enjoy better health.

Now, for our stomach diet we should be eating these foods as our 3 square meals a day and we should be enjoying our food, but what we don't want to do is over eat, so here are some tips to avoid that.

1. Always have a hearty breakfast. Studies have shown that when people have protein at breakfast (such as eggs) they actually consumed fewer calories throughout the day then when they didn't eat protein at breakfast. It is thought that this is because good protein sources are especially satisfying and therefore keep hunger pangs at bay.
2. Do not skip meals otherwise you will be tempted to gorge when you do eat.
3. Eat fruit 20 to 30 minutes before meals, as the fibre it contains will fill you up and help you to eat less when dining.
4. Drink water regularly. It is good for you and will allow you to always have something in your stomach.

As a final note I would say that if you were not eating these foods regularly than you should start to implement them gradually into your stomach diet. Start slowly to substitute these fat-fighting foods for the foods you now eat until they constitute the greater part of your diet.


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