Drink Water After or before Each Meal, (but not while eating).
When you take water with meals, you reduce the hydrochloric acid that lines your stomach, which leads to abnormal digestion (or indigestion).
Decent metabolism is necessary for your body to obtain the vitamins and nutrients from the food you consume.
If you can’t digest it, you can’t use it. Where does that leave it?
If you are used to sipping on water with your meals & think that skipping water sounds very hard, but as you’ll see it’s anything but.
I used to think that too but it’s quite easy and easy. Just decide to not drink water with any meal. Most fruits/vegetables and carbohydrate foods contain plenty of water, and your body easily absorbs the water found in that food.
When you are ready to eat, don’t have any water near to you. Rather, leave it in the fridge but don’t have it close to you.
A great big tip is that a glass of cold water tastes marvelous after having a meal.
Make sure to wait at least 30-45 minutes before drinking water after eating as you want to allow some time for digestion. Drinking water early after eating will cause a dilution of hydrochloric acid that conflicts with proper nutrient digestion.
Exercise Before Eating a Cheat Meal.
The #1 single time of day that you can get away with eating the most and the worst food is after exercise.
That’s because high sugar and high carb meals cause an insulin spike, which can lead to a fat increase during the day, but after an exercise, the insulin spike can accelerate to muscle recovery and will not hurt your waistline (belly fat storage).
It is best to get a complete workout in at the gym, and then go home and eat a meal an hour later.
If going to the gym is not your thing, then you can do 50 or more pushups, pull-ups, or triceps wall extensions.
Complete your exercise by doing a minimum of 30 minutes of jogging outside or 15-20 small burst hill-sprints.
Understand the Food
Read the Food Labels.
Avoid any meals with the words: soy, hydrogenated, vegetable oil, high fructose corn syrup, extract, gluten, preservative, aspartame & Mono-Sodium Glutamate (this will probably hide under “natural essence” or Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein).
You should strive to avoid anything with more than 4 or 5 ingredients. Say no to genetically modified foods whose ingredients list reads like a book.
Always avoid packaged processed foods. Check the labels for the best choice. Next time when you visit the grocery store try and find 4 items without those nasty ingredients!
You may be amazed at what you’ve been eating this whole time.
Fat and Carbohydrates Consumption
Always Have High Carbohydrates/Low-Fat or High Fat/Low Carbohydrates.
To limit belly fat growth you should either limit fat consumption or carb consumption. That means if one day you want to eat more extra carbohydrates, then just simply decrease your fat consumption.
If you’re eating high fat that day lower your carb intake. It doesn’t have to be down to zero, just lower it.