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Diet tips

  1. 1. DIET TIPS FA #2 PANG #3 MAY #5 FON #11 NOEY #20
  2. 2. OUTLINE
  3. 3. AVOID CORN SYRUP   Drank HFCS-sweetened beverages gained significantly more weight than those who slurped drinks sweetened with sugar -- even when both groups consumed the same amount of calories. HFCS is not only found in soft drinks, but can be the primary ingredient in baked goods, many cereals, canned
  4. 4. DON'T LET JUNK FOOD WARP YOUR BRAIN     Junk food can affect the brain in ways similar to drug abuse. Junk food makes your brain keep order your mouth to continue eating Junk food is an addict Junk food have less benefits and also have high calories
  5. 5. STRUCTURE MEAL AND SNACK TIMES    Planning meals and snacks in advance, allowing your body to settle into a predictable routine and helping you avoid desperate energy crashes. Studies have shown that ghrelin, the hormones that signals hunger, spikes at our usual mealtimes -- even if we have just eaten. If lunch comes early, expect to be hungry again. Having a healthy snack, or a portion of your lunch, on hand could prevent a foul mood or vending-machine run.
  6. 6. SATISFY THE BODY, ESPECIALLY AT BREAKFAST   Protein has long been known as the most satiating food source, although the extra fat in the egg breakfast could have also contributed to the long-lasting satiety. If you eat a high-protein meal at breakfast, it helps decrease your appetite for the rest of the day.
  7. 7. FAVOR FOODS LOW ON THE GLYCEMIC INDEX   Glycemic index is good for appetite control as well as overall health,It doesn't have to get that complicated for most people. Simply favoring whole fresh foods over processed ones will naturally lower the glycemic index of your diet and optimize the healthiness of your food choices,
  8. 8. CHANGE YOUR ENVIRONMENT   Keeping hiding the chocolate, altering the food environment helps people lose more weight than trying to change eating habits or food choices, the researchers found. These types of changes are much easier to follow than saying you will eat smaller meals, substitute fruit for sweets, or give up chocolate and French fries.
  9. 9. ENJOY YOUR FOOD   When you eat should away from the television, apart from the Blackberry,iphone,ipad or conversation. When we pay attention to what we eat color,texture freshness and seasonings we are satisfied in a deeper way than suffering of our stomachs could ever accomplish.
  10. 10. VOCABULARY       Relevant [adj.] - connected with what is happening or being discussed. Signaling [v.] - to make a movement, sound, flash, etc. that gives information or tells people what to do. Priority [n.] - something that is very important and must be dealt with before other things. Innocuous [adj.] completely harmless (= causing no harm) Irresistible [adj.] impossible to refuse, oppose, or avoid because too pleasant, attractive, or strong. Consistently [adj.] - always behaving or happening in a similar, especially positive, way.
  11. 11. REFERENCE 