Snack Smart: Snacking between meals is okay and can help to prevent food cravings, as long as you choose your snacks wisely. Munch on some plain yogurt, vegetables or a handful of nuts. Go light on fruit because it contains fruit sugar that may increase your blood sugar and insulin level, which makes it harder for some people to lose weight and may even cause food cravings.
Keep Moving: Exercising is crucial to staying healthy and losing or maintaining weight. But you don’t have to go to the gym every day. While it is recommended to work up a sweat at least 4 times a week for about 30 to 45 minutes, every little bit of movement helps. Become more active - take the stairs instead of the elevator, park further away from the store entrance or go for a walk.
All dieters know and dread them: Cravings. At some point or another during your diet, they are bound to happen, testing your will power and very likely driving you crazy. And they are usually the biggest enemy of your New Year’s resolution of losing weight. But fear not! We will tell you how to kick your cravings to the curb and how to do damage control if temptation was too strong after all.
Have half a shake of Almased
There are several reasons why we crave food, including boredom and low blood sugar. In the latter case, half a shake of Almased can help. It helps maintain healthy blood sugar level and helps you feel full at the same time. Adding a dash of cinnamon or unsweetened cocoa powder to your shake can help satisfy your sweet tooth and stop you from reaching for the closest candy bar in sight. However, almost everybody has encountered those stubborn cravings that just won't go away, even if we eat something healthy. In that case, we suggest having a “Cravings-Emergency-List”.
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