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Old 03-16-2009, 11:40   #1
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Cutting calories and losing weight quickly has never really been such a great thing.So,to lose weight,you have to make some simple changes in your diet,that would be the best to get your shape back.So,for that follow the below tips :

1. you have to start to eat a big breakfast.Having a big breakfast helps you stay full longer. If you are eating proper foods, a healthy breakfast might look something like,

- 5 Egg whites + 1 egg yolk on two pieces of whole wheat toast or Half a cup of oatmeal with a protein shake and a scoop of peanut butter.When having a large nutritious breakfast you could found less likely to crash and binge eat later in the afternoon and evening.

2. Replacing simple carbohydrates with green carbohydrates.

3. Take protein after 8pm.A high protein snack before bed may include a couple glasses of milk, protein shake, yogurt or cottage cheese.Cottage cheese is an excellent source of protein, if you can stand the taste. If you can't, try adding some flavored yogurt to it. Sounds weird doesn't it? Try it.

Since your body stores excess carbohydrates that it doesn't use as fat, it's best to have the bulk of your carbohydrates at breakfast and post workout. Towards the end of the night you want to taper off the carbohydrates and stick to high protein, low carbohydrate foods and drinks.

A high protein snack before bed may include a couple glasses of milk, protein shake, yogurt or cottage cheese.

With cottage cheese you are getting a casein based protein which is slower digesting than whey protein. Providing on average 16 grams of protein per half cup with a little over 100 calories, it is the perfect pre bed snack.

Healthy fats are great for you and they are the most filling compared to carbohydrates or protein. Fat is calorie dense, 9 calories per gram. Keep that in mind.

Controlling calories at night time had a major impact on your success as far as losing weight quickly goes.

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Cutting calories and losing weight quickly has never really been such a great thing.So,to lose weight,you have to make some simple changes in your diet,that would be the best to get your shape back.So,for that follow the below tips :

1. you have to start to eat a big breakfast.Having a big breakfast helps you stay full longer. If you are eating proper foods, a healthy breakfast might look something like,

- 5 Egg whites + 1 egg yolk on two pieces of whole wheat toast or Half a cup of oatmeal with a protein shake and a scoop of peanut butter.When having a large nutritious breakfast you could found less likely to crash and binge eat later in the afternoon and evening.

2. Replacing simple carbohydrates with green carbohydrates.

3. Take protein after 8pm.A high protein snack before bed may include a couple glasses of milk, protein shake, yogurt or cottage cheese.Cottage cheese is an excellent source of protein, if you can stand the taste. If you can't, try adding some flavored yogurt to it. Sounds weird doesn't it? Try it.

Since your body stores excess carbohydrates that it doesn't use as fat, it's best to have the bulk of your carbohydrates at breakfast and post workout. Towards the end of the night you want to taper off the carbohydrates and stick to high protein, low carbohydrate foods and drinks.

A high protein snack before bed may include a couple glasses of milk, protein shake, yogurt or cottage cheese.

With cottage cheese you are getting a casein based protein which is slower digesting than whey protein. Providing on average 16 grams of protein per half cup with a little over 100 calories, it is the perfect pre bed snack.

Healthy fats are great for you and they are the most filling compared to carbohydrates or protein. Fat is calorie dense, 9 calories per gram. Keep that in mind.

Controlling calories at night time had a major impact on your success as far as losing weight quickly goes.
Have you ever heard of sprouted grain bread? It is delicious and a bread we can eat. Not available in my area. Am investigated how to bake it at home it's that good and good for you.
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