Lovneet Batra discusses the best breakfast option if you want to lose weight.
Protein-rich foods reduce the feeling of hunger in the body
Irregular and haphazard eating habits coupled with a sedentary lifestyle can lead to unnecessary weight gain. Obesity is a common problem among people these days. Many people are doing everything they can to reduce weight. The problem has gotten worse for some, especially after the lockdown when everyone stayed home for a long time. Yes, people exercise and try to follow a strict diet to lose the extra pounds. Well, many things related to weight loss depend on eating habits. So if you get to know the kind of foods you should eat during the different times of the day, half of the problem would be solved. Don’t you think? Nutritionist Lovneet Batra shares Instagram stores listing the type of breakfast you should eat to start losing weight.
She suggests eating a high-protein breakfast right at the beginning of the day. Breakfast should have at least 20-25 grams of protein, she adds.
Here’s what he says about the high-protein breakfast:
1. What you eat for breakfast can set the course for your entire day. Determine if you will feel full and satisfied. And eating a high-protein breakfast helps reduce cravings and aids in weight loss.
2. Protein can also aid in weight loss by lowering levels of ghrelin, the “hunger hormone” that is responsible for increasing appetite.
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Lovneet Batra also shares about vitamin K and healthy fats and how they should be consumed. He adds that since vitamin K is fat-soluble, it must be consumed with some fat to ensure it is absorbed effectively by the body. He can get vitamin K from leafy green vegetables like spinach, kale, and broccoli. While certain fats can have negative impacts on the body, healthy fats do no harm but provide necessary building blocks, including omega-3 fatty acids. Good fats to eat include walnuts, almonds, peanuts, cashews, and olive oil. Walnuts have fiber, protein, essential fats, vitamin E, vitamin B6, folic acid, thiamin, and omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds are a great source of antioxidants and help maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Peanuts are loaded with protein, fat, and fiber and are high in good fats. Cashews, when consumed in moderate amounts, can provide your body with good fats. Olive oil is once again healthy for your body.
Take care of your health and eat food the right way.
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