1. Increase your water intake
All of us have a busy schedule and consequence is that we miss out to hydrate our body, but importance of drinking water is huge. Apart from normal intake if we increase our water intake further to fill our stomach, you can trick your body the other way, into thinking it’s full of food when it’s really full of zero-calorie water. So never forget to carry water bottle with you.
2. Cut Milk from your tea and coffee
A cup of black coffee has fewer calories than you have fingers, so ditching the milk or cream (as well as the caramel syrup and chocolate sprinkles) will radically reduce the amount of liquid calories you consume – especially if your working day is powered by frequent coffees. If you’re a tea drinker, bin the sugar – obviously – and try switching some cups of milky tea for green tea or other low-calorie flavored brews.
3. Alter your boozing strategy
Let’s face it, sometimes there’s nothing better at the end of a long day than a glass of wine. But sipping much more than that can wreak havoc with your shape, and not just by adding hundreds of calories to your diet. A pint of beer might quench the thirst like no other drink known to man, but each one packs a big calorie punch – anywhere between 200 and 250 of them, depending on the strength. And be honest: how often do you stop after just one? If you are going to drink, opt for clear spirits and zero calorie mixers to cut down the calories to as few as 50 per round.
4. Take Pre and Post workout proteins with water instead with milk
If fat loss is your primary fitness focus, blending your protein powder with water instead of milk will keep the calorie count lower and reduce your intake of both sugar and fats.