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weight loss tips for beginner

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1) Eat six small meals a day. Stoking your body with food every three to four hours can rev your metabolism to the max.

2) Run 10 100-yard sprints and burn up to 500 calories.

3) Wait 20 minutes before going for seconds.

4) Throw on a hoodie before working out. When your muscles are warm, you actually burn more calories.

5) Use a smaller dinner plate—it’ll limit how much you can pile on.

6) Use a blue dinner plate. Studies show the color has an appetite- suppressing effect (as opposed to red and yellow plates).

7) Sub in nonfat Greek yogurt for mayo and sour cream—you’ll save 700 cals and 100 cals per half cup, respectively.

8) Eat peanuts from their shells. You’ll nosh on 50% fewer nuts in a sitting just trying to peel before eating.

9) Chew on sugar-free mint gum after a meal. Mint flavors send signals to your brain that it’s time to stop eating.

10) Snack on pistachios instead of pretzels.

11) Take up power yoga. You can burn up to 344 calories a class.

12) Train fasted once a week. This helps the body to keep adrenaline high and blood sugar low.

13)Try some supplements such as green coffee bean or celastrol to help you while doing enough exercise.

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Good suggestion. Some people drink water before taking main meal. They do it for less consumption of food. Is it okay ?

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Yeah, it's a good idea to drink a glass of water before a meal. 

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You know, I decided long ago to join the ranks of a vegetarian, one person advised me to start, for my health and lose weight.

I'm just trudging on the fact that I do not eat fish, meat and seafood. I started to cook, for what I did not like before, and cooking is now a pleasure, and it turns out magically delicious.

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Great tips! I'm also using doxyva microcirculation therapy to enhance strength, endurance and speed up recovery.

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