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6 Diet Steps To Recover After Easter Holiday

"Oh, I love to eat too much, I think I've gained like 5 pounds this weekend!" Is this like you? Did you disappoint your mom's favorite recipe, baked goods and chocolate?

Don't sweat! I got your back! Just follow these 6 easy recovery steps and you'll be back on track!

Step 1. Drink lemon water

This is a great first step especially if you have stopped it! Adding lemon to your diet is easy and very effective to get your body back to good health. Lemon has many benefits to your health such as detoxification, digestion, fat burning, constipation, body alkaline and provides many antioxidants.

Cut some wedges and add them to your drink. Drink 2 liters a day.

Step 2. For the next 3 days just Cut the Carbs

Great carbs! You need healthy complex carbohydrates to give you energy and to do protein work. The problem is that you eat too much and you eat the wrong kind. (Processed carbohydrates) To get back on track just follow this simple trick I use with my clients. Cut off carbohydrates for 3 consecutive days and then return to normal eating afterwards. This means no bread, pasta, potatoes, rice or any other starch carbohydrates for 3 consecutive days.

Step 3. Eat Healthy Foods

I do not need to say this but many people are skeptical that their food choices are better than they actually are. Many experts believe that people who are very specific about nutrition and nutrition have a greater tendency to think and believe that their food choices are healthier than they actually are. It is always advisable to eat fresh, fresh and unprocessed foods where possible to stay fit and healthy. In addition to "3 Days Without Carbohydrates" you are sure that your food is healthy!

Step 4. Eat 5 Foods

Even if you cut carbohydrates to recover from your party, it won't work if you have 1-2 times a day. To recover and have enough nutrients in your body, you need to take 5 meals consisting of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and two snacks.

Don't think you eat too much when you're not. Doctors say that one of the most common mistakes people make is that they overestimate and underestimate the amount of food their body needs. People are advised to monitor the portion size of your food to make sure they are getting the key nutrients their body needs.

Step 5. Don't Have Two Stomachs

Someone once said this to me; a statement that I will never forget. They said, "do you know I have two stomachs" I replied, "what do you mean?" They continue to explain that they have the stomach to eat the food they are meant to eat. dinner and then another stomach for desert and alcohol. They explained that although they were full from dinner for a few seconds, they could turn to their second stomach for ice cream and beer. I replied, "That doesn't make sense and that's why you're fat."

You must know when to eat and when not to eat. Experts believe that eating too much and eating can put an individual at risk because it interferes with blood sugar and insulin levels. Know when to eat and when not to be certain that the person will get the nutritional requirements of the body. Always make sure you eat something every three hours or so and do not starve before your next meal.

Step 6. Exercise

If you really want to recover then you must exercise and even if this is not a dietary step, it cannot be missed! You cannot ignore the importance of regular exercise. There is no denying the great benefits that ordinary people can do, especially for those who want to achieve optimal health and fitness. To ensure that you stay healthy even on a diet, exercise regularly in your life can definitely contribute to your overall well-being.

There you have it! Follow these simple steps and you'll be back to your pre-Easter weight in no time. Who knows, these steps can cause you to hand over new leaves!

Let me know how you do it!



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