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These are the four steps to reduce belly fat, through some of the easy methods that a working individual should follow before heading for work.
How to do the 3-day detox for weight loss
The 3-day cleanse is super simple -- all you need is to eat whole, natural foods during these few days while on the plan. The main goal of this eating plan is to help you change the way you taste food so that you no longer crave those crunchy, high-calorie foods after the holidays. Here’s how to lose weight on the 3-day cleanse diet.
1. Avoid fattening and other unhealthy sources of food
Avoid all unhealthy carbohydrates, refined grains, starchy and processed foods - just banish any fattening or unhealthy foods from your house. Instead, create a meal plan consisting of plenty of fresh and raw vegetables, lean protein. Include whole grains and skim dairy products in your diet.
2. Start consuming fresh fruits
If you’re craving something sweet, opt for fresh fruits. This could be one of the most difficult things to resist but giving in to baked goodies to calm your cravings can add extra calories, fat, and sugar.
3. Water always does the trick
Drink enough water to help flush toxins from your system. Drinking plenty of water has been shown to increase metabolism. It can help you lose weight and burn more calories. Steer clear of alcohol, high-calorie drinks and other sugary drinks that can contribute to weight gain and disrupt your weight loss efforts. You can add fresh fruits like cucumber, berries, kiwi, orange slices to add flavour to your water.
4. Physical activity
Start your day with some physical activity.
Try to get out the door for a walk or jump on your home treadmill for at least 10 minutes. Beginning your mornings with yoga is a great way to maintain health and wellbeing. It helps you feel energised for the day ahead, can provide you with strength, balance, and flexibility.
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