The best tips for slimming New Year’s resolutions
With the start of the new year it is a good idea to set out to introduce new slimming habits in daily life
Here are the best tips for slimming New Year’s resolutions:
Get exercise in fresh air: Treat yourself with a membership of your local hiking association, so you can get out and enjoy a long brisk walk with others in scenic areas. Or join a local cycling group, so you can enjoy some great cycling trips in good company.
Low fat-free sauces and dressings: Make sauces and dressings without fat. Low blended sauces and dressings of fruits and vegetables, for example blended pineapple juice with kale, tomatoes, spinach, bananas, garlic, ginger and nettle powder. Pour the blended dressing over the salads or cooked vegetables, potatoes or rice.
Put the combustion in the air : Introduce regular frequent meals with small portions – it raises metabolism. Use strong spices in your food that helps to burn calories, such as radishes, mustard, ginger, black pepper, cayenne, chili, paprika and white pepper. Take ginger shots after dinner. Server freshly grated horseradish to the day’s main meal.
Eat less for the evening: Eat a hearty breakfast and more for lunch and less for the evening. See if you can make do with a little vegetable soup (no fat, noodles, bread or cheese) for dinner.
Drink more fluids: Drink half a liter of boiled hot water in the morning when you wake up, like with a little lemon juice and / or fresh grated ginger. Drink boiled hot water during the day, about 1/2 cup before each meal, and once every waking hour.
Chrome: Eat trace element chromium – it helps to stabilize blood sugar, avoiding sugar cravings and sweets. cravings. Chromium is found in whole grains, black pepper, thyme, raw cane sugar, coffee, tea and brewer’s yeast.
Cinnamon: cinnamon Eat (in small amounts). Cinnamon has been shown in studies to help stabilize blood sugar levels. It is not harmful in small amounts.
Dr Charlotte Bech Maharishi AyurVeda Consultant.
Dr. Charlotte Bech is a Danish doctor who has worked in several areas of medicine, including the field of obstetrics (with a degree from the University of Copenhagen). She is an author of several popular books on health, a columnist in national magazines and a frequent panelist at public discussions and media events. Dr. Bech has also looked deeply into alternative ways of healing the human body, mastering the techniques of Maharishi AyurVeda and setting up her own clinic of natural treatment.