Sim­ple tricks that will help you lose weight qui­et­ly and eas­i­ly.

In order to lose weight, we need to main­tain a calo­rie deficit. You don’t have to com­plete­ly give up any foods, but just make small changes to your eat­ing habits and your dai­ly diet.

Drink water instead of sugary drinks

The warmer the weath­er, the more often we feel thirsty. The best drink to drink is sim­ply pure water, which helps main­tain a healthy hydra­tion bal­ance and does not con­tain calo­ries like juice or soda. But if you’re tired of water and want some­thing new and refresh­ing? You can add cit­rus juice or lemon slices to the water, or you can make pop­si­cles by freez­ing the smooth­ie and adding them to the drink — it cools and gives a pleas­ant taste. Final­ly, you can make home­made ice tea — just with­out sug­ar, def­i­nite­ly with­out sug­ar!

Replace mayonnaise with avocado

If you are used to adding may­on­naise to sal­ads or sand­wich­es, try replac­ing it with avo­ca­do. Fine­ly chopped or ground in a blender, it will give the dish a thick, creamy taste, and at the same time add a lot of healthy unsat­u­rat­ed fats, omega‑3 acid and fiber, which can nev­er be enough.

Drink a cup of herbal tea before bed

Mint, chamomile, lemon balm, St. John’s wort — all these herbs are not only tasty, but also have a calm­ing effect. And good sleep is the key to health and good metab­o­lism. Before going to bed, drink a cup of a weak decoc­tion of these herbs and sleep sweet­ly until the morn­ing. The qual­i­ty and dura­tion of sleep sig­nif­i­cant­ly influ­ence our food choic­es through­out the day. This means that good sleep will not only help you feel bet­ter, but will also reduce the like­li­hood of overeat­ing.

Replace half of your carbs with vegetables

There is no need to com­plete­ly give up car­bo­hy­drates — they are as nec­es­sary for our health as any oth­er nutri­ents. But try replac­ing half of your usu­al side dish of rice, pas­ta or bread with veg­eta­bles. Fresh, boiled or baked – it’s tasty, healthy and low­er in calo­ries. And very sim­ple!

Avoid coffee drinks

A cup or two of cof­fee a day is good not only for our health, but also for our fig­ure: caf­feine helps us cheer up and feel a surge of ener­gy, which helps us be more will­ing to exer­cise and move more. But all this is true exclu­sive­ly for black cof­fee, with­out sug­ar and milk. But much-loved sweet cof­fee drinks con­tain as many extra calo­ries as a large dessert.

Take a break from drinking alcohol

If you choose an alco­holic drink, choose wine instead of beer and spir­its instead of wine. And best of all, give up alco­hol alto­geth­er and switch to water, at least for a while. Alco­hol is not just “emp­ty” calo­ries, it is also a very fat­ty snack that we eat much more than we need.

Deal with stress

Cor­ti­sol, a hor­mone that is released into the blood­stream when we expe­ri­ence stress, affects both our eat­ing behav­ior and metab­o­lism. The longer we are stressed, the more unhealthy foods we eat and the slow­er our metab­o­lism works. Find your own way to relax and relieve stress and be sure to devote time to it every day: stress is dan­ger­ous not only for our fig­ure, but also for our health.

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