Thanksgiving through January is the worst possible time to diet and exercise regularly. Besides all the great food, is a busy time (often stressful), which means less time on the Climber and more time on the grid and Holiday (toaster oven). One of the reminders of this bloody was the mass rejection notices sent to 5,000 members of one of dating websites more obscure last year, BeautifulPeople.com. These members were cast after other members caught glimpse of their recent photos, hinting that they would be let go over the holidays. While not all dating websites will be rejected their members for gaining pounds, you don't want to lose control and end up 10 to 15 pounds heavier for the ' Dating Websites Rush ', that according to statistics, is the busiest time of year.
Why are actively dating websites after the new year? Because of all the post holiday breakups, egged on by dump out a companion resolutions matching ill in exchange for better. Here are seven tips to stay slim during one of the biggest holiday of the year:
Tip # 1 Toast the new year
In a study published in the March issue of internal medicine, researchers found that a moderate amount of alcohol may help to keep off the pounds. The study followed 22,000 women over the age of 13, check their weight gain, against their alcohol consumption. The study was concluded by suggesting drinking alcohol (15 to 30 grams) offers 30 percent less gaining weight, not to drink any alcohol at all. Red wine has been noted as the favorite elixir to avoid unwanted weight gain.
Tip # 2: Eat your lunch on death row
While this may not be exactly a news flash, is an important reminder that eating slowly, giving your stomach more time to send signals to the brain, telling that it is time to abandon the fork. Studies show people eating a nice meal in 30 minutes, consume less calories than those who eat the same meal in five. Moreover, studies suggest that crash dieting or fasting for up to three times more likely to produce gain weight, they just eat normal portions.
Tip # 3: Eat family style
Remember when MOM makes you turn off the television before coming to the table. Now that I'm grown up, you can do whatever you want, which includes the eat every meal in front of the tube if you like. However, TV distracts attention, causing you to eat more than you would if you were sitting at a table, paying attention to what they're putting into your mouth.
Tip # 4: you are what you last Ate
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have reported that remembering what you eat keeps you from snacking throughout the day. The study came about when a group of female volunteers have been invited to lunch at the University. After lunch was over, half of the Group was asked to write about their meal, while the other half was asked to write on their trip to campus. The researchers then offered to women biscuits, and the researchers noticed that those who had written about their lunch, less those who snacked have written on their way.
Tip # 5: cutting credit cards
Research suggests that grocery shoppers who pay in cash, buy less junk food in General. Researchers speculate that there are two factors at play here. First, when buyers are faced with the reality of watching their hard earned money to leave the Palm of the hand, as opposed to plastic (credit), have streamlined their purchases to include less impulsive purchases (a.k.a. goodies). Secondly, they found that food purchases tend to be more impulsive junk food, so also the influence of paying cash, another way to improve the health of the cart you resist food purchases in impromptu.
Tip # 6: eat your Wheaties
Several studies from the Journal of American Dietetic Association have concluded that the average breakfast skippers weigh more than those who eat a hearty meal in the morning. The scientific explanation behind these studies, says that by skipping the first meal of glucose in the blood drops significantly body, causing hunger and lethargy, irritation by mid afternoon. The end result is more junk food binging, craving more and less motivation to hit the gym.
Tip # 7: The Sleeper is the biggest Loser
Most people on dating websites would never think of sleep had anything to do with their overall shape of the body, but according to research, it does. Studies show the amount of sleep that you get each night has a direct correlation with the amount of hormones leptin and Ghrelin found in the body the next day. You may not know these hormones to name, but suffice it to say that this combination is the worst nightmare of a buffet. Lack of sleep drive levels of leptin (metro of satiety) downwards, which is a polite way of saying, you'll feel like a bottomless pit. Units sleep deprivation Ghrelin (triggers appetite) levels, ensuring you have the munchies all day.