I eat 2 slices of dry Brown bread in the morning and drink water afterwards,during the day I snack with pro-vita wholewheat crisp bread or cream crisp crackers and water again and my tummy feels very light like I could eat now and then I’m always hungry . is black coffee gud when ur on diet,please advise if there’s anything am not doing right.
2slices of bread with tuna/fried egg whites and black coffee or green tea.
Oats with milk/plain yoghurt,you can add a fruit&a spoon of peanut butter
Smoothie(google smoothie recipes).
Same as lunch
You can snack with nuts,fruit or raw veggieThese are just examples
Lots of green veggies are full of protein and keeps you fuller for longer.
Stay hydrated 2-3L of water
Black coffe is good too, becareful of your suger intake though
Minimise your fruit intake or have a fruit salad and plain yoghurt for b/fast
You’re doing everything wrong. 1.) Getting the same amount of calories daily will create a new normal for your body, and your metabolism will adjust—stopping your weight loss no matter how little you eat. 2.) This kind of diet results in what people call “skinny-fat.” What happens is you’re eating straight carbs and almost no protein. Your body requires certain chemicals—amino acids, I think, but I can’t swear to it—produced by protein. If you don’t give your body what it needs through food intake, it’ll start eating your muscles to get it. That’s the last thing you want. You should be increasing your lean protein intake and cutting down on carbs. Carbs convert to sugar in your body, which is the laziest way your body has of fueling itself. So, once it wears off the carbs, it demands more of its lazy energy and makes you hungry. Not only are you constantly hungry, but your body isn’t even trying to burn fat. It’s addicted to carbs/sugar and doesn’t reach for fat unless you’re truly starving, which only lowers your metabolism and makes you less likely to burn any type of fuel.
What you should do is make your body nice and relaxed, by giving it some good fats like nuts or avocados, and then it thinks you’re in a food surplus. Your metabolism increases and you start burning fat. By eating protein, you’re not only providing your body with the protein by-product it needs without attacking your muscles, but you’re making your body more likely to convert extra calories to muscle instead of fat. Lifting the weight of your body—programs like yoga, wall push ups, planking, regular push ups—will trick your body into thinking your muscles are necessary for your survival, so, again, it’ll be less likely to eat them and more likely to enhance them. You want that because the fat you’re losing was taking up space beneath your skin, and quite often you need to replace a portion of that space with muscle to prevent excess skin sag. It is difficult to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time, no matter how much protein you eat, so you’ll probably need to add some muscle weight after you finish losing your fat weight.
Avoid: carbs, sugars, bad fats like animal lard, and salt. Fruits are full of sugar, so eat them sparingly.
Eat: Veggies, lean protein, plant proteins, and good fats.
Note: This isn’t your Mom’s low-carb diet. Dipping bacon in mayo and calling yourself healthy is ridiculous! Do some research on how vegans get protein into their diets and do that. I’m talking hummus and beans. Then steal the low-carb people’s best ideas by switching out high-carb pastas and rices for quinoa and veggie noodles. This is about creating a healthy lifestyle, not throwing yourself on a crash diet you can’t possibly maintain.
Drink tons of water. Black coffee is great. Do cardio and weight lifting—you can do both from the comfort of your home with YouTube yoga videos. (Taking a B complex or B-12 vitamin wouldn’t hurt either; it’ll help boost your metabolism.)