How to reduce calorie intake


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5 Simple Ways To Reduce Your Calorie Intake

Going to the gym every morning might not be possible for all of us. 
And those guilt provoked 
three days/weekend works out is what you try to fit into your busy schedules. 
But how helpful are they and more over how loyal are you to them? 
So if your lifestyle forces you to
 cheat on your exercise routine , here’s what you can do to keep your 
weight under control. 
We tell you five simple ways to reduce your calorie intake to keep yourself healthy.
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Eggs for Breakfast: 

Eggs are the perfect breakfast time. For starters, 
eggs are loaded with protein which 
needs a longer time to get fully digested. Two eggs, when eaten in the boiled or 
omelet form, comprise a healthy breakfast, of course, along with a few slices 
of whole grain bread. This combination of protein and 
complex carbohydrates helps to prevent spikes in blood sugar levels and 
keeps the digestive system engaged 
for a longer period, preventing you from feeling hungry soon.

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Drink water before your meal


Half a glass of water before your meal will fill you up. 

This way the  chances of overeating reduce drastically. 

This way, you will also reduce the chances of feeling 
stuffed post the meal.

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Switch to skimmed milk
 
Replace your regular packet milk to a low calorie skimmed milk. 
Add the healthier milk to your morning cup 
of java. Another option for you is goat milk as it is tastier and healthier 
than the regular high-on-cream milk.

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Eat slowly

The elders tell you to chew your food for a specific number of times 
before you swallow it. 
The trick is that, when you chew your food well, it aids the body in 
the digestion process . 
Your body understands the food well and you land up eating almost 
half of what you would normally eat. 
Ideally, one should spend a minimum of 20 minutes over each meal.
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Select smaller portions
When eating out eat only half the portion of what has been served 
to you. Share the meal with your partner. 
Outside foods normally come in large portions and added ingredients 
like soda and Ajinomoto make the food 
difficult to digest. So, the next time you go to a deli split your serving 
with your partner.
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Resist the calorific food
When you next visit a subway avoid adding mayonnaise, cheese to the sub. Initially, the flavour might be difficult 
to adjust but eventually you would get used to it. Replace the mayo with mustard. Bread is an integral part of our diet 
these days, switch to a lighter bread that will cut down upto 100 calories at least.
It is always best to carry your own lunch and eat wholesome home cooked food. Eat as many vegetables as you can 
and also make sure that you add a lot of colour to your platter. When craving for sweets, avoid chocolates or other desserts, 
binge on fruits or yogurts to satisfy the craving. If you follow these few tips while eating, your calorie count will steadily come 
under control and you will never have to feel guilty about missing your workout! 


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