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How to lose 5 kg before the wedding day

Just follow 5 principles for a month, you can get back in shape, confident on the big day.

Many people want to lose weight before the big day to fit into their chosen outfit. Jeanette Kimszal - an expert from Root Nutrition & Education - told Eat This : "It's really not difficult to lose weight, as long as you have a goal to pursue. You can still do it even if it's only a month away from the wedding day."
Eat more vegetables

Increased consumption of vegetables helps the body have more fiber. This makes you feel fuller for longer and has a positive impact on gut health. When you feel full, you will eat less.

"For that reason, start by adding at least one serving of vegetables to each meal," Kimszal says.

Eating more vegetables makes you feel fuller for longer. Photo: Shutterstock.

Stop eating out

The simple way experts suggest to lose weight before your wedding day is to stop eating and drinking in restaurants for the previous 30 days.

Eating out can cause you to consume large amounts of calories and sodium. When you reduce the frequency of eating out, you will reduce the amount of salt you retain, helping to lose weight.

Stop drinking soda

Not only is it bad for your health, this drink can also become the cause of your waistline. Therefore, if you want to look good on your wedding day, cut out soda and other sugary drinks.

Obesity expert Sylvia Gonsahn at Embrace You Weight & Wellness said: "Because they think regular soda is fat, many people turn to diet soda to lose weight. However, they can have the opposite effect.”

Listen to your body

An equally important step is to rate your own hunger on a scale of 1-10 before eating. This helps you stop, think about whether your body is really hungry or you are just bored and want to eat.

While eating, chew slowly. One study found that fast eaters gain weight faster than slow eaters. Eating slowly and chewing slowly will make you feel full, even if you eat very little.

To get into the habit of eating slowly, you can start by counting the number of chews. Then, gradually increase the count if you feel you are not chewing enough.

Focus on protein

Kimszal adds: “Another way to lose weight is to watch your protein intake. You should include lean protein in each meal.

Protein promotes muscle building, reduces hunger, and can help prevent obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. However, to stay fit or lose weight, you need to know how to measure your protein intake.

According to Eat This , researchers say an 80 kg man who regularly exercises needs about 80 g of protein per day. For a woman weighing about 60 kg, they need 50 g of protein per day.

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