in

The craziest diet so far: Lose 5 to 9 pounds effortlessly

Forget what you’ve heard so far! Read tips from a British fitness trainer on how to bring your line to perfection this summer.

1. Skip breakfast

With this advice, doctors will surely disagree, since breakfast is the most important meal. But for this diet, as the fitness trainer claims, it takes six to eight weeks to skip breakfast and move on while you’re still eating, as your body will be forced to consume stored fat.

2. Bath in cold water

Cold water every morning will make the body consume stored fat for warm-up and significantly speed up your metabolism in the next 12 to 15 hours. The water temperature should be between 15 and 20 degrees and deep to your navel when sitting in the bathtub. 15 minutes are enough.

3. Coffee time

When you have a bath, it’s time for a coffee on an empty stomach. Caffeine acts to burn the body faster when consumed on an empty stomach. One small cup of coffee is enough, no sugar or milk.

4. Move on

Ideally will be to be actively practicing, but if you do not have the time, walk for at least half an hour each day.

5. Start eating

You have probably already heard from many diets that if you eat less, but more often, you will speed up metabolism and lose weight. But if you don’t have a break between meals, your body cannot burn the stored fat. It is best to have three meals a day with no snacks in between.

Ideally it would be your first meal at lunch and the other two as you wish (eg at 4pm and 8pm), with dinner having to be at least two hours before going to bed.

6. Reduce carbohydrates

Each meal should consist of 50% protein. Good sources of protein are chicken, beef, lamb, fish, eggs, plain whole yogurt, walnuts, lentils and so on.

You can eat vegetables as much as you like, except beets, carrots and potatoes, which are considered carbohydrates.

Don’t eat more than three fruits a day, and the best choices are avocado, blueberries, grapefruit, pineapple, plums and strawberries. Drink plenty of water and green tea, and in addition to coffee, avoid caffeine drinks, mild drinks and alcohol.

What do you think? Try it!

Written by Natasha

Nutritionist. Obsessed with a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle. Category. Intuitive. Self-critical. Love books. Love to write.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0

Comments

0 comments

Coronavirus and immune system: Obesity is a risk factor, especially for younger patients.

The taste of the Mediterranean – prepare a Spanish specialty Paella