You might think that losing weight means not eating as much but what you don’t know is that when you’re not eating enough calories in a day, your body actually goes into starvation mode and tries to reserve its resources.
When your body goes into starvation mode, your metabolism rate slows down because your body’s trying to reserve whatever it can, thus making weight loss even harder for you.
Be sure to eat well-balanced meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and snack responsibly if you get hungry in between meals.
Did you know that some food cravings you might have, could actually be a sign that you’re dehydrated?
Besides removing the toxins from your body internally and ensuring that you have good bowel movements, experts at the Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City have deduced that drinking enough water each day could prevent you from overeating.
According to experts, sleep actually controls your diet. When your body doesn’t get enough sleep, it actually suffers from something researchers call metabolic grogginess, which causes your body’s metabolism to slow down. Your body also stops being able to process insulin in your body just as well too.