If you want to drop down to a healthy weight keep this in mind: Gimmicky short-cuts to losing weight at best won't work, and at worst aren't safe. The best way is to follow these steps for real to help with long-lasting fat loss and better health.
1. Drink More Water
Drinking more water in place of sugary beverages can help you reduce your body fat percentage. And remember, hunger and thirst signals can feel similar. When you feel like snacking, drink a glass of water and see if the urge dissipates before snacking.
2. Increase High-Quality Protein
Adding leaner, protein-rich foods will help you burn fat.
Examples of low-calorie, high-protein foods: Black beans, Chicken breast, fresh Tuna, Eggs, Greek yogurt, Tofu, Shrimp
3. Fill Up on Fiber-Rich Foods
Foods naturally high in fiber (like fruits and veggies) can help with weight management because they tend to be low in calories and packed with nutrients. Healthy fiber-rich foods to add to your diet include Fruits like barriers, Legumes like chickpeas, beans, seeds, like chia and flaxseeds hempseed, and all types of Lentils
4. Follow a Mediterranean Diet
Eating healthy fats is linked to shedding body fat. The Mediterranean diet is a much-lauded way of eating that prioritizes fruits, veggies, lean proteins, and healthy fats such as avocado, salmon, tuna, nuts, and olive oil.
5. Cut Down on Processed Foods
Processed foods may be convenient and tasty, but they're not doing our waistlines any favors. Start slowly, increase your fresh produce, decrees salt and salted food, choose whole grains over processed grains, Limit or avoid processed meats.
6. Try Intermittent Fasting
Eating only during certain hours of the day may help you take in fewer calories. Of course, it's still crucial to choose healthy foods during the "eating window." Intermittent fasting eliminates late-night snacking, which is almost always a benefitfor fat loss and weight control.
And remember to Stay active all day every day
Enjoy your journey!!!