7-Day Diet Plan For Weight Loss
Weight loss doesn’t come easy. Those late-night binge sessions, those unaccounted for cheese burst pizzas, the occasional noodle nights (unless it’s shitaki or buckwheat), those days you consider your cheat day although it ideally is your workout day, does show eventually. However, if you watch your food, fitness routine, sleep cycle, stress, diet, and other activities, you might beat the extra pounds to the curb.
The secret to maintaining an ideal weight is to not skip meals and timing your meals. Consuming decent morsels of protein-rich food every two hours ensures you are satiated and do not delay eating your next meal or overeat a big meal (like a dinner or lunch).
First, to acclimatise your body to a new diet plan, you must gradually introduce it in your plan. Start with breakfast, then lunch, then high tea and then supper. This way, your body will not react to a sudden shift in the diet which is likely to cause discomforts like headaches, indigestion and even constipation in some cases. “A holistic approach is the most important factor for weight loss and I put clients in a new clean eating diet plan. To begin with, acclimatisation is more of a mental approach as opposed to it being a deprivation feeling.
Along with the new diet plan, I ensure one’s body is releasing more happy hormones right from their gut by getting in a sporting activity, focusing on planning the meals with happy yet smart foods. These are key elements that contribute to acclimatising one’s Mind and body towards adapting an integrative diet plan,” says Payal Kothari, integrative nutritionist and gut health coach.