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Maintain Fitness Without Exercise: 5 Diet Tips for Working Women

Weight Management By Varsha Vats , Onlymyhealth editorial team / May 16, 2019
Maintain Fitness Without Exercise: 5 Diet Tips for Working Women

For a working woman it is difficult to maintain a healthy weight as there is very less time to exercise. Here are some diet tips to maintain a healthy weight for a working woman.

Due to the lifestyle people follow today, working women barely have time for exercise to maintain fitness. Moreover, if you have a sitting job, then losing weight becomes incredibly challenging. A proper food plan or diet tips can go a long way and can result in fast weight loss.

Although exercise can promote a long and good life, but you don’t always have the time to workout to lose weight. For such a situation you can work on your diet. All you need to do is  just include some nutritious foods in your diet to maintain a healthy weight. 

Here are 5 Diet Tips that Working Women Can Follow:

Say No to Skipping Breakfast

Many workaholics skip the a.m. meal because they are in a much hurry during that time of the day. That is a huge mistake which should be avoided. Your body needs food way before lunchtime to maintain the energy levels throughout the day. If you avoid breakfast, you may get so hungry later that you will end up munching high-fat or sugary foods.

Breakfast boosts the metabolism, helping to burn calories for the whole day. It also provides the energy to do your office work.

Also read: 5 Healthy Snacks to Shed Those Extra Kilos

Limit the Consumption of Coffee and Tea

Healthy eating and drinking go hand in hand. Most of the working women crave for a cup of caffeine while working. Most of the coffee machines serve a drink which already has high sugar in it. Try to limit the amount of coffee/tea to one cup per day or none at all.

There is another convincing reason to help you reduce your coffee intake. A study was carried out by Charles Gerba, a professor of environmental microbiology at the University of Arizona. It showed that up to 90 percent of mugs in workplace kitchens are coated in dangerous germs. Moreover, 20 percent of these cups actually carry fecal matter.

Eat a Healthy and Homemade Lunch

Eating from the office food court or ordering meal from a restaurant sounds convenient, but not a healthy diet habit. Working women need a homemade and nutritious lunch. Your tiffin box should contain some energy-boosting nutrients such as veggies, roti, rice and dal, and a salad.

Just like with breakfast, skipping lunch can spoil the fitness regime. The fattening snacks in your office would further make it difficult for healthy eating.

Avoid Packaged Foods

Remove unhealthy junk and oily foods from your routine in order to maintain fitness. Avoid packaged foods at all costs. Switch to snacks that are rich in protein, calcium, fats, carbs, minerals, and fiber. This helps to maintain or lose weight and reducing the risk of several diseases.

Although packed food is delicious and easily available, they do a lot of harm to your body. They can prevent you from reducing your weight, increase the cholesterol levels, and, dehydrate the body. Processed products contain harmful ingredients that take a toll on your health irrespective of your age.

Also read: Sunny Leone's secret diet plan to stay fit

Last but Not Least, Dinner

Finally, in the list of diet tips - Be mindful of what you eat for dinner. Do not avoid carbs. Since they are low-fat, rich in fiber, they help you relax in the evening. Especially after a hard day at work. 

Combine the carbs with some healthy essential fats, found in fish as well as nuts, seeds and their oils. Your body uses these healthy fats and protein overnight for regeneration and repair, vital for healthy skin and hair.

A healthy diet plan is very important for a healthy weight. It is about following the right food diet. Women have different daily nutritional requirements than men. Professional women with busy schedules wish to lose weight without exercise. Following this diet plan could assist in gaining the best of health.

Inputs by- Suman Pahuja founder of Fat to Fab.

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