Tired of Losing to Food Craving Again and Again? Nutrilite Tips Off Smaller, More Frequent Meals for Weight Control Success

General Press Releases Thursday July 5, 2018 14:13
Bangkok--5 Jul--Verve

To "breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper" and no food late at night is probably a familiar guideline for weight control, being part of the keys to a successful weight loss effort: eating proper and exercise regularly. Despite this knowledge, many tried in vain to stick to the habit. Moreover, what to do with extra food craving besides the three meals? Nutrilite Health Institute has a few gratifying, crave-free tips about eating to share from Somboon Roongphornchai, M.D., a specialist in anti-aging, regenerative and sports medicine, to assure good calorie control and long-term success in weight management.

Smaller, More Frequent Meals Better Than Few Big Meals

Meal planning is a key factor of effective diet management. However, being too strict on one's plan can sometimes lead to food craving in-between meals, causing some on weight loss effort to be weary of calorie control or even abort the attempt too easily in many cases. Having smaller meals more frequently can be a practical approach towards long-term control of calorie intake because being on diet won't be that much of a fight against food craving anymore.

Breaking down big meals into more frequent meals of smaller sizes is better because small meals or snacks keep the body's metabolism humming and the blood sugar level constant, in addition to long-term weight control effects. However, popular snacks and foods people would have for mini-meals often contain high calories, high sugar and trans fats, such as deep-fried meat balls, confections and baked goods. Even if they keep you full, they may lead to obesity. Healthy snacks, on the other hand, are nutritious, containing proteins, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that can be absorbed to energize body cells quickly and promote metabolism. To choose, consider snacks that don't contain trans fats and provide a suitable amount of calories, such as fruits, nuts and whole wheat bread. But these healthy snacks are sometimes not very convenient to prepare or consume on the go.

Nutrition Bars are therefore emerging as a popular alternative for modern-day individuals due to on-the-go convenience, long shelf life and no hassle about preparation, in addition to high nutritional quality. They are ideal for those with a fast-paced lifestyle, professionals who are constantly on the go, frequent travelers, and people on weight control diet. Keeping a nutrition bar handy reassures that you won't have to struggle between meals just to end up eating an unnecessarily huge amount of food at the next mealtime. But, hold on! To choose a nutrition bar wisely, read the nutrition information to make the right buying decision. Besides low sugar and not too high calorie contents, consider a nutrition bar that provides complete nutrients, including proteins, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients because, as opposed to the well-chosen nutrition bar, a random nutrition bar can be no different from sweets.

And, voilà! Simply by making smart choice of quality snacks, you can be much happier on your weight control journey and say goodbye to food craving.

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