Obesity is a condition that is associated with having an excess of body fat, defined by genetic and environmental factors that are difficult to control when dieting. Obesity is classified as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or greater. Obesity increases your risk of developing related conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and sleep apnea, to name a few. Many individuals are affected by obesity and are not aware of it.
Shop for low-fat and low-calorie food items.
Stock only Healthy Foods at home.
Take frequent small meals to avoid food cravings.
Take more proteins in your diet.
Consult a certified professional before taking up any diet plan.
Educate yourself about good food habits and balanced diet.
Add healthy foods to your diet like – oatmeal, walnuts, salads
Use warm water for drinking.
Control your craving for oily and fried foods.
Eat more low calorie vegetables like – bitter gourd, drumstick etc.
Go for a brisk morning walk of 30 mins.
Perform yoga and Meditation to manage your stress and fatigue.
Eat a tomato daily in the morning.
Include cabbage in your daily meal. It will stop the conversion of sugars to fat.
Prefer steamed, boiled and baked vegetable rather than fried.
Drink skimmed milk instead of whole milk.
Roast, bake or boil meat and other protein source those have fat.
Include lemon in your diet and drinks.
Avoid watching TV while eating.
Avoid Fad Diets like – miracle foods for weight loss, weight loss without exercise.
Avoid high carbohydrate vegetables like – potato etc.
Avoid more sugary or sweet products.
Avoid fried and oily foods.
Avoid sedentary habits.
Avoid excessive sleep.
Avoid fast foods.
Avoid skipping meal.
Avoid dairy products.
Avoid salty foods or excess salt in meals.
Avoid butter, oil or ghee. Use vegetable oil.
Avoid high carbohydrate sources like – rice etc. Eat complex carbohydrates like – Cereals, oatmeal.
Avoid over-eating or under-eating.