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Sleep diet and exercise

Even the best efforts to count calories, cut down on fat, and exercise can leave you falling short of your goals when you don’t have good sleeping habits. Poor sleep can make it harder for you to lose weight and may intensify cravings for your favorite comfort foods. Besides, without enough rest, you won’t have the energy to exercise.

Healthy sleep is closely related to other healthy lifestyle factors, like exercise and diet, and plays a huge role in helping you stay mentally and physically energetic and healthy.

The Importance of Sleep, Exercise, and Diet

Good sleep habits and a healthy lifestyle — eating right and exercising — work together in a cyclical fashion. “A healthy lifestyle promotes sleep and, at the same time, adequate sleep also helps promote a healthy lifestyle,

Think about it. You need to be well rested to have the energy for a workout. And regular exercise can help to manage your stress levels and tire you out so that you sleep well at night. Being physically active also encourages you to make other healthy lifestyle choices. Just be sure to exercise no later than a few hours before bedtime so that you aren’t all revved up when you should be winding

Your eating habits are also connected to sleep. Eating a large meal just before bedtime can affect your quality of sleep. And not getting enough healthy sleep can trigger food cravings. “There is some preliminary data that shows that shortened sleep will increase your craving for carbohydrates and lead to weight gain,. So when you find yourself giving in to your pizza craving, you might try getting more sleep.

Sleep’s Impact on Overall Health

In addition to helping you manage your weight, getting healthy sleep (along with exercising and eating a healthy diet) can help you:

Prevent and manage a number of diseases, including diabetes and heart disease
Boost your energy levels
Increase alertness and improve concentration and memory
Manage stress levels

“Getting inadequate sleep by itself is a cause of stress on the body,” . Sleep deprivation boosts your body’s stress hormones. And if you can’t cope with stress, your sleep will suffer.

So ask yourself these questions: Are you getting enough sleep — between seven and eight hours each night? And is it healthy sleep — do you feel rested each morning when you wake?

Sleep works together with exercise and diet to keep your mind and body healthy, and for a healthy lifestyle, you need to practice all three — it’s hard to succeed in any one part of the puzzle without fitting in the other two.

12 diet tips

1. Don’t skip breakfast

Research shows that eating breakfast helps you control your weight. Some people skip breakfast as they think it will help them loose weight but missing meals doesn’t help us lose weight and isn’t good for us because we can miss out on essential nutrients. It could also encourage us to snack more throughout the day because you feel hungry’.

2. Eat regular meals

Some people think missing meals will help them lose weight, but it has been shown that eating regularly during the day helps to burn calories at a faster rate as well as reduce the temptation to snack on foods high in fat and sugar.

3. Eat plenty of fruit and veg

Fruit and veg are low in calories and fat and high in fibre – three essential ingredients for successful weight loss. They also contain plenty of vitamins and minerals.

4. Get more active

Studies show that regular activity is key to losing weight and keeping it off. As well as providing numerous health benefits, exercise can help burn off the excess calories you can’t cut through diet alone. Find an activity you enjoy and are able to fit into your routine.

5. Drink plenty of water

People sometimes confuse thirst with hunger. You can end up consuming extra calories when a glass of water is really what you need. You should aim to drink about six to eight glasses (1.2 litres) of fluid, preferably water, every day – or more if it’s warm or you’re exercising.

6. Eat high-fibre foods

Foods containing lots of fibre will keep you feeling full for longer, which is perfect for losing weight. Fibre is only found in food from plants, such as fruit and veg, oats, wholegrain bread, brown rice and pasta, beans, peas and lentils.

7. Read food labels

Knowing how to read food labels can help you choose healthier options, and keep a check on the amount of calories, fat, salt and sugars you eat. Use the calorie information to work out how a particular food fits into your daily calorie allowance on the weight loss plan. Find out more about reading food labels.

8. Use a smaller plate

Studies show that people who use smaller plates tend to eat smaller portions and still be satisfied. By eating with smaller plates and bowls, you may be able to gradually get used to eating smaller portions without going hungry. It takes about 20 minutes for the stomach to tell the brain it’s full, so eat slowly and stop eating before you feel full.

9. Don’t ban foods

Don’t ban any foods from your weight loss plan, especially the ones you like. Banning foods will only make you crave them more. There’s no reason you can’t enjoy the occasional treat as long as you stay within your daily calorie allowance.

10. Don’t stock junk food

To avoid temptation, avoid stocking junk food, such as chocolate, biscuits, crisps and sweet fizzy drinks, at home. Instead, stock up on healthy snacks, such as fruit, unsalted rice cakes, oat cakes, unsalted or unsweetened popcorn and fruit juice.

11. Cut down on alcohol

Did you know a standard glass of wine can contain as many calories as a piece of chocolate, and a pint of lager has about the same calorie count as a packet of crisps? Over time, drinking too much can easily contribute to weight gain.

12. Plan your meals

Plan your breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for the week, making sure you stick to your calorie allowance. Try to plan for four to seven days’ worth of meals and snacks. Make a shopping list, but don’t shop when you’re hungry as that can lead to high-calorie impulse buys!

New blog post coming soon

Hi guys so in just in the process of writing a few more diet blog posts!

I should have them up either by the end of the day or by tomorrow!

If there’s is anything specific you would like me to write about it if you have any questions then please let me know and I will answer them for you

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hello its been a while

hi guys i havent posted anything for a while i have been very busy but i am now going to try and blog everyday!

havent been to the gym in over a month now but i am starting back monday and looking foward to it!

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