It’s raining, it’s pouring! Yes, we are talking about the monsoon. This rainy season is a big relief from the scorching heat and brings tranquility to senses. To fully enjoy the rainy view, we are ready to have our favorite snacks like pakoras and bhajiyas with a cup of tea. The binging on fried stuff can add kilos to body weight. Therefore, it is important to pay special attention to diet for preventing the weight gain.
Here are some tips for weight loss in rains -
Keep hydrating your body
If it is raining, then sipping a cup of coffee or tea is quite obvious. In the monsoon, water intake gets reduced that leads to water retention and toxins accumulation. It ultimately gives a puffy appearance to the body. Hence, drinking 6-8 glasses of water daily helps to stay fit.
Cut down carbohydrates
Try to avoid heavy preparations and stick to a low carbohydrate diet. For weight loss, the best low carbs diet in monsoon may include brown rice, oats, barley, Omega-3-enriched or pastured eggs, Spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots etc.
Detox water is one of the most effective ways to reduce weight naturally. For making the detox water, add a slice of lemon or cucumber in water and consume it regularly. Detox water not only tastes better but also helps to flush out the toxins from the body.
Swapping your usual cup of tea or coffee with green tea is great for shedding extra calories. Green tea is enriched with a Catechins, ECG (Epicatechin gallate) that boosts up the metabolism and burn unused calories all the way.
When it comes to work out, we are with couple of excuses. In the rainy season, we avoid going jogging or other outdoor physical activities. To stay toned, start with push-ups, planks, still jogging and sit-ups.
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