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Lose Weight Without Any Workout or a Specific Diet Plan.

Updated on August 30, 2015

1. Do Not Have Late Night Meals.

Effective morning workout begins with the meal the night before. Eating heavy meals late at night can disturb our digestive system. If you want to maintain your weight then you ought to keep a few points in mind.

  • Have atleast a 2 hour time span between your dinner and your night sleep.
  • Try to eat food with low calories and avoid junk food.
  • Eat according to your appetite that is 1/2 of what you can easily consume.
  • Go for a 5-10 min walk after dinner.

2. Water Consumption.

Consuming the correct amount of water can help you lose weight but some important points must be kept in mind regarding water consumption.

  • Drink water 15-30 min before having meal.
  • Drink atleast 8 glasses of water per day.
  • Do not drink water immediately after having your meal.
  • Drink water an hour after the meal.
  • Do not take bath immediately after meal.

3. Healthy Breakfast..

Make sure to have a healthy breakfast. Eat whatever you want to but make sure not to eat food that might make you sleepy.

  • Eating yogurt accelerates your body metabolism and keeps you active.
  • Drink juice or milk instead of coffee or tea.
  • Egg scrambles and fruits are very beneficial for a healthy start of your day.

4. Replace Coffee with Green Tea.

Green tea is the best cure for the fat around your belly. Drinking 3-5 cups of green tea daily can burn the fat around your belly in just a few weeks. So by replacing coffee with green tea you can easily get a flat stomach for summer.

5. Proper Sleep.

Not getting enough sleep can undermine weightloss by 55%. It is because a lousy sleep impairs the hormones that control you appetite and makes you carve for carbs to get energy.

  • Make sure to have a good and peaceful night sleep.
  • Make sure to have 7-8 hours of sleep.
  • Waking up early is beneficial in improving digestion.


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      Nida akram 

      3 years ago

      These are really good point and also very usefull.... i like it

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      I am glad that you liked it..

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      3 years ago

      Good and helpful points you have mentioned. I am going to keep them in mind.

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      Stella Rem 

      3 years ago

      This information is really helpful and I am looking forward to more hubs like this one.


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