Tips Of The Day

Weight Loss
Dietician Sheela Sherawat
Be careful while munching or binging

It is a bad habit of munching or binging to cover up our feelings sometimes. The feeling of loneliness, getting bored, sadness, or inadequacy often provokes us to eat or munch. Munching and bunging can cause serious health issues – both emotionally and physically. If you find yourself eating thinking that you are hungry, there is a serious problem and you need to stop this.

Compulsive eating or binge eating will cause you to put on weight quickly. A good way to identify the difference between your feeling hungry or being hungry is to pick up something healthy to eat, like an apple or an orange. If your mind says that you don't feel like eating these foods that mean you are not hungry. It is just that your mind is propelled towards eating. Whereas, if you are really hungry, your mind would have accepted the apple or the orange.

The best way to start is to discard all junk foods like chips, fries, pastries, and more from your pantry and the refrigerator and fill it up with healthy substitutes like fruits and vegetables. Another way to subside hunger pranks is to drink plenty of water. Make sure that you drink 8 to 12 glasses of water every day. Drink plenty of water in between meals and before you have a meal. NO SODAS, JUST PLAIN CLEAN WATER!!

Be careful with munching and binging. Tame your mind to be disciplined and determined to make the right food choices and identify between real hunger and hunger pranks.