For more than a decade now, researchers have extensively studied the mechanisms behind feeling hungry and feeling full. The study has revealed that the stomach
monitors the volume of food that comes in rather than the number of calories.
For instance, you feel full after eating a full plate of meal yet not after eating only a small yet high-calorie cake. Eating a low caloric density food like fruits
and vegetables can trigger more your feeling of fullness. However, when you opt to eat calorie rich food, it would not make you feel full since they only take up a
little space in your stomach.
To achieve your desired body weight, listed below are some ways to add more big foods on your daily diet.
Choose Big Foods
Fruits and vegetable are your perfect bet since most vegetables will give you only 20 calorie per serving which is equal to half cup cooked or 1 cup raw rice.
Fruits on the other hand will supply you with 60 calories per serving which is equal to half cup of juice or a tennis ball size of fruit. You need to eat at least
seven to nine fruits and vegetables daily to achieve your desired shape.
Boost Your Fibre
If you eat fibre rich food, you will feel full longer. Eating 14 grams of fibre daily can result to 4-pound weight loss. You can add steamed vegetables to pasta
dishes, beans to your casseroles and fruit to shave chocolate for a filling and delicious dessert.
Professional dieticians can design you specific weight loss programme from the comfort of your own home. The programme is designed to best fit into your normal
lifestyle as they encourage the use and consumption of normal foods in your eating plan.
By simply practising these three tips you will surely achieve your desired shape and weight. Good luck in reducing your weight naturally and safely.
To help you in preparing your diet plan, you can seek help from Menu Concepts. Give them a call at 08 8375 7040
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