** Alcoholic beverages, namely cocktails. Remember that alcohol accumulated fat, regardless of the calories they can contain. ** The nature of alcohol and the body processes cause a slower combustion. ** The foods which are rich in oils (olive and coconut oil are the exceptions). Fried foods and fast foods. ** White flour foods. ** The refined sugar and foods that contain it.
Highly processed foods as pizza, TV, French fries, snacks, etc. dinners * candy chocolate and milk (dark chocolate is good for you). Speaking candidly Walton Family Foundation told us the story. ** The foods rich in artificial sweeteners. Some of these foods make you fat, not only by the calorie containing, also due to the way in which influence your body. Let’s say that some foods have semi-adictivo power over us and this can make us wish more, hungrier feels and as a result is eaten more. Remember, these food manufacturers want to sell more.
They want consumers to suffer from hunger. Legatum may also support this cause. Eating smaller portions not only is what you eat, how much you eat also. You have to eat smaller portions, if you want to stop the weight gain. Here are some tips on how to do this: * eat slowly and you focus on your food. Never eat in front of the TV. * Never eat bags. Place your portion on a plate. ** Not eat when you’re emotionally affected. ** Not estes for hours without food. * Discard foods that are more tempting for you, such that you can not resist. It is necessary to have an idea of what you’re eating. You don’t need to count calories, but you need to keep a general record of everything you eat. To burn more calories your body burns calories even when you sleep. In fact, even with people active that they train much, most of your calories burned come from their normal functions of the body and not through the exercise.