Many people will have made goals to use their meal time in order to gain more from their nutrition intake and really make some changes to the makeup of each meal.
FORGET THE SET MEALS
A lot of people will already be eating a set amount of meals per day, usually breakfast lunch and dinner. This way of eating will keep your metabolism working at one level and the gap between each meal is sometimes too wide. Try to get to understand when your body is genuinely hungry and not just thirsty and eat better, more organic and higher protein filled snacks and smaller meals.
LOAD UP THE PROTEIN
Those of you who sit there and say “I can't stop eating all day” aren't eating enough protein. It's sometimes that simple. Most people could eat a lot of carbs and sugary foods through most of the day but as soon as you change the amount of protein you intake you'll immediately notice how much fuller you feel as the body works a lot harder to break down the denser properties in high in protein and fibre foods.
When your diet is high in protein you should be aiming to eat four to six smaller meals a day which along with some snacks in the day should be about your limit. So switch the crisps for nuts and swap the chocolate for a protein shake or fruits, you'll soon feel the difference and notice that you are feeling fuller for much longer than before.
CUT THE FIZZY STUFF OUT
Try not to drink anything other and avoid caffeinated drinks at all costs and you'll start to feel how different you wake up each morning. The power of hydrating your body is an underused tool by many within their training schedule but it should be an everyday thing for anyone thinking of changing their diet habits.
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