Since we tend to laze and lounge a lot in winters, we also can’t help but snack untimely, eat fatty foods and gain a few extra pounds. Here we have listed 7 foods that can help you lose weight to look perfect for the wedding season!
We have all heard “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” what else does it keep away? Weight. Yes! It’s true. Apples are rich in antioxidants. They can help your body in getting rid toxins that can contribute to inflammation in the body and unwanted weight gain.
An apple also is packed with fiber so it makes a great and healthy snack. Because it’s high fiber, it helps keep one satiated for longer, which means eating less throughout the day. The fiber also helps keep the metabolism working at a great rate.
Ghee is a substitute to oil that has great medicinal properties and has been used since many a years, something all our ancestors swore by. Ghee is often found in local cuisine and is a great alternative for cooking oil or butter. It can be used in all desi food and also a great substitute for people who follow diets like KETO. Simply put, ghee is butter minus the cow milk protein and sugar lactose. Another great thing about ghee is that it is a great option for those who are on a dairy-free diet, or people with lactose intolerance or other lactose allergies, and those who just want to limit daily intake and keep fit.
Studies say that eating eggs for breakfast can help you feel fuller for longer and aid in eating fewer calories throughout the day. Nutritionally speaking, one large hard-boiled egg has less than one gram of carbs and remains an excellent source of protein. Eggs are also loaded with amino acids, antioxidants, and healthy fats and a great day starter. It’s a sunny side up fried egg, or an omelet or plain boiled eggs; they are bound to make you feel ready to face the world!
On top of its 4 grams of belly-filling fiber, a cup of hearty oatmeal delivers as much protein as an egg. In other words, the not so popular breakfast food is an amazing source to weight loss. Scientists found that having oatmeal for breakfast resulted in greater fullness, lower hunger ratings, and fewer calories eaten at the next meal compared with a serving of sugary corn flakes, or oil doused parathay. Oatmeal is pretty flavorful and can be made sweet or savory.
Pumpkin is also another vegetable that is popular for its treasure of goodness. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making pumpkin an incredibly healthy vegetable. Another great thing is that it’s low calorie content makes it even more appealing for weight watchers. Its nutrients and antioxidants may boost your immune system, protect your eyesight, lower your risk of certain cancers and promote heart and skin health.
Though commonly thought to be a vegetable, cucumber is actually a fruit.
It’s high in beneficial nutrients; it can help you bring great changes to your health and diet. It’s not only filling it’s also about 70% water, which means it’s a super low calorie snack. Cucumbers also help in aiding your metabolism and keeping your body and skin hydrated.