Healthy winter diets – Keep your body in shape

Written by  //  January 28, 2013  //  Diet Fitness, Health  //  2 Comments

Healthy winter diets tips It is a struggle for most of us to keep our body in good shape for the winter months. During this season people are predisposed to gaining some extra fat which we may explain with few biological processes taking place in the organism and its natural instincts struggling to keep itself safe, sound and functional. Thus the body gains additional weight so that in case there is no food resource it could deplete from the deposits it has been gathering all the way along. Nevertheless, as we are self-conscious and appreciate how weight can influence our lifestyle, nowadays we can control it by incorporating a few useful strategies that will keep us fit.

When planning on doing a strict nutritional diet people and usually women should be aware that only healthy food regime could lead them to good results and starvation is definitely not an option. There are a great number of books written by reputable dieticians who advise people to monitor their eating habits and to lead a healthy lifestyle. As any other season, this winter is featuring a few diets which prove their efficacy with the feedback from people who have undergone these food plans and actually lost weight. A good beginning of the day can be made with two scrambled eggs and a few pieces of smoked salmon. An exotic fruit could be added to these two for sweetening up your breakfast (bananas should be avoided – juicy fruit instead). One proper healthy winter lunch could consist of protein-rich products like meat and fish. If you need to be more specific, having chicken breast for example would suit your meal plan and will make you feel less hungry by this time of the day. Additional to the protein portion you can have snow peas and roast pumpkin to make your lunch even more appealing. Evening meals should not exceed these from the lunch time. An example dinner is grilled salmon or any other fish usually available with egg noodles. Having this garnered with lemon and spinach can give a final touch to your nutritional daily basis.

As far as you can expect, avoiding the saturated fats and carbohydrates from the so-called junk food (which has little nutritional value) or at least reducing them to a minimum will make you feel healthier and fitter with time. Along with dieting, regular exercising is to be expected if you really want to see yourself in good shape for the upcoming spring. Beat the winter fatigue and be a go-getter. Work for your body and stay hydrated – drink as much water as you possibly could; a cup of hot tea which is also rich in antioxidants can make you feel warmer and sometimes even substitute an unwanted snack. Doing some sports despite the low winter temperatures plus a good nutritional diet based on fruit, veggies, meat and no overeating will definitely make you feel more comfortable in your body and only in a few weeks’ time you will notice how your curves are wasted away for a new fit figure to come. 

Carlita Morandi is a passionate blogger and loves to provide readers with interesting and useful content. You can visit her blog ideal-lifestyle.com and find more great tips and ideas.

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