In last December, the idea to perform four-week dietary plans should still continue in the next months if you have not succeeded or perhaps you want the four-week dietary plan as a lifestyle. What are the tips of four-week diet? Please continue reading this article.
You have to own the guidance of eating and drinking daily to maintain your calories and health at the finest condition.
The balanced dietary menu should be arranged to meet the maximum needs of daily calories. The low-calories food can be your choice to be included in your dietary menu.
Drink at least 10 glasses per day. Do this by drinking one glass at dinner and one glass in between meals.
To maximize diet, do exercises. Do at least three times a week with a duration of at least 30 minutes. You can perform a variety of sports, ranging from walking, jogging, running, cycling, aerobics and weight training. Make sure the calories you consume no more than 1400 per day. On days off, because your activities a little more, then subtract the size of the meal as well, unless you do sports more severe.
Do not ever leave the breakfast. It is very important because you will eat too much at lunch when you have had enough breakfast in the early morning. Make your breakfast with a fruit smoothie blended with ice and three kinds of fruit. You’ll get the energy and nutrition to burn fat in the morning. After two weeks, you can replace a smoothie with a small bowl of oatmeal porridge cooked with milk and given berry fruit toppings.
Two to three hours after breakfast, you eat yogurt mixed with fruit pieces.
Eat foods that contain wheat, such as rice, pasta or bread. for vegetables, eat three kinds of vegetables. There are many options that can be consumed vegetables such as carrots, salad, tomatoes and so forth. Replace the side dishes for lunch and not get bored for your lunch more colorful. Avoid any kind of sauce.
A handful of nuts like almonds or walnuts.
A piece of lean meat such as chicken breast without skin or fish meat. Size meat no more than a fist. Make a salad or boiled vegetables with a tablespoon of oil to add flavor to the dish.
Re-written by Ai Cahyati