Restricting calorie intake, avoiding junk and avoid skipping meals, were some of the ways to reduce weight, said a recent study.
Lead researcher Dr. Anne McTiernan said that their study has made them realize that it is more beneficial to restrict calorie intake per day than weighing carbohydrate and protein intake. In addition, maintaining food diary was also found to be quite helpful when it comes to weight management.
"For individuals who are trying to lose weight, the No. 1 piece of advice based on these study results would be to keep a food journal”, said Anne. The study has also found that women, who take lunch out once a week or regularly, have more chances of losing weight than women, who eat at home.
Things may sound and feel difficult, but Anne said that it takes a little time to adjust with the new schedule. She further affirmed that things get even more difficult for women, who do not keep a track of things that they consume.
The study, which has also been published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, has assured that women will feel a difference in their weights, if they start monitoring their per day consumption.
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