No Diet, No Exercise: 6 Weight Loss Hacks You Can Incorporate Today

Raise your hands if you would like to have a flat stomach, slimmer body, healthier way of life sans the excruciating workout regimes, diets and fad nonsense around? Seems like a fairytale if this is so true, isn’t it?

But guess what, with the advancement of studies this is possible. Let’s take a look at some of the weight loss hacks and tips that you can use, keeping in mind that you don’t have to work your body off to rip and cut the muscles, or diet uncontrollably to get the curves you desire.

Weight Loss Hacks You Can Incorporate Today

1. You should have a glass of warm water before eating your meals

One of the best weight loss hacks is to drink a glass of warm water before every meal. This helps cut down fat and makes you eat less. We often mistake hunger for food needs, but in fact, it is the body that wants more water. If you have to eat ahead, do so by chewing your food very slowly and this tricks the brain into thinking that the stomach is full. And to top it all, use smaller plates per serving, which helps cut down the sizes and portions you eat on.

2. Eat without the television on

No distractions should be around when you eat, which is why eating at the dining table is advised. Turn off the television set, the internet on the laptop and the phone, and focus on your meal. Chew slow and enjoy the flavors, play some music if you want which helps slow down eating. And in between each morsel, it would be wise to place the fork and knife down; an indication to the brain that the stomach is filling up, so go easy!

3. Eat plenty of protein rich foods and snacks

You can have storage units full of healthy snacks but most of us still tend to slip towards junk foods. Silly food decisions would be gorging on junk foods, which is when we are hungry as a pack of lions. What your handbag should be stashed with are protein rich snacks, granola bars, dry fruits and nuts in small amounts, and more; they help you stay full longer. And to eat lesser at a party where you know the food would be sinful and full of calories, eat before going to the venue. Also never go hungry to a supermarket to shop for groceries; you’d end up buying what you don’t need. Finally, do make a shopping list and view everything you put into the shopping cart. If there is something you didn’t have on the list but it made its way through; decide if you NEED or WANT it and then go ahead accordingly.

4. Pay with cash

When the money is low in the pocket, and we are talking about cash, you would end up buying lesser foods and eat lesser at restaurants and junk food outlets too. This is why keeping healthy food around and in your handbag is a must always. While working, you can always gorge on a salad bowl or a fruit, a couple of nuts and a healthy juice. They are cheaper, more nutritious and healthier for you to have and consume. And don’t be hooked to cooking shows and online cooking tutorials; they motivate you to cook better no doubt, but not all of it is healthy cooking, and you would end up craving for chocolate pies and muffins.

5. Ditch the baggy clothing

How often do we end up fooling ourselves and disguising ourselves in layers and layers of clothing to hide the lard and fat on our bodies? Stop doing that and throw away the big wooly jumpers, track pants and ponchos that make you a delusional skinny binny.- it is time to eat healthy, to eat right and to make sure you don’t hide your real self. Your real self would tell you what to eat and where to draw the line.

In the end, please keep in mind that checking your weight using the right weighing equipment and scales is important.

And these are 6 clever weight loss hacks you can easily incorporate in your day to day life and get amazing results. Is there anyone already present in your life? You can share your comment in the comment section below 🙂

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Linda Anderson

Linda is a writer and musician residing in Boise, Idaho in the United States. She graduated from the College of Idaho with a Bachelor's Degree in Business and a focus in marketing in 2014.

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