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9 Tips to Cut Down Calories and Lose Weight on this Diwali

Make the festive season lit and glamorous without any unnecessary ‘weight’! Diwali is one of the biggest festivals observed in India. As per several obesity surgery doctors, often it is seen that we end up putting on weight during such festive seasons by binge eating and ignoring our daily health regime. Diwali means no work, no school or college and lots of fun! Amidst all these, we tend to forget the most important factor that is our health. All credit goes to those fun eating, outing, gulping sweets and goodies along with no stress and almost NIL physical exercises because of the holiday. As a result, we face post-holiday lethargy, weight gain, and gastric problems. Always remember that your carefree enjoyment can make your health suffer. Even it can be an alarming sign of obesity. Hence, we should learn a few ways to NOT go off the track on this Diwali. Here you go. For maintaining a balance between health

Eat Breakfast Regularly to Lose Weight

If you have watched the movie ‘Devil wears Prada’, you cannot simply miss the following dialogue Andy Sachs: You look so thin. Emily: Really? It’s for Paris, I’m on this new diet. Well, I don’t eat anything and when I feel like I’m about to faint I eat a cube of cheese. I’m just one stomach flu away from my goal weight. This might sound like an amusing sentence, and a funny scene to watch, but several individuals actually follow the same in order to lose weight effectively. It might sound logical that the lesser you eat, the faster you shed weight. But in reality, obesity surgery doctors advise strictly against it. In contrast having regular breakfast might help to lose more weight. Let’s understand this in details. The body has a cardinal cloak that adjusts with the sunset and sunrise. Within the 24 hours of a day, we must provide food to the body from time to time for