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How to reduce fat using lemon juice or dieting?

Guys please share your experiences on reducing the fat from the belly/thighs.
I have heard the drinking lukewarm water with little lemon in the morning helps… Can u add more to it and diet plan?

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  1. Live 4 life Cena. said :

    Calculate your daily energy output kJ. Looks complicated but isn’t.

    Women [655.1 + (9.56 x weight kilograms)+ (1.85 x height centimeter) – (4.68 x age years)] x 4.2
    Men [66.47 + (13.75 x weight kilograms)+ (5 x height centimeter) – (6.76x age years)] x 4.2
    Multiply the kJ amount by the following factor depending on your lifestyle: 1.2 = sedentary, 1.375 = lightly active (1-3 days a week exercise), 1.55 = moderately active 3 -5 days exercise or sport, 1.725 = very active hard exercise 6-7 days/week, 1.9 = extremely active hard daily exercise or sport or physical job.

    Keep a food journal for a week or two. Write down all that you eat. Include snacks, cups of coffee, Big Macs, etc. – it all adds up. You may be surprised how much you are consuming in between meals.
    Use the journal to help understand when it is you might eat foods that are high in kJ and find ways to cut them out and replace those items with healthier choices. For example, if you crave sugar in the afternoon replace sugary snacks with fresh fruit.
    Work out what energy you are actually expending daily and find ways to increase your level of activity. You don’t necessarily need to join a gym. Simple changes can add up. Try parking as far away from the shops as you can and walk in. Climb the stairs, rather than riding the elevator. Dance while you vacuum. Play actively with the kids instead of just watching TV.
    Focus on attaining good health, rather than feeling deprived or “on a diet”. Losing weight is frequently the result of living a healthier lifestyle
    Try to stick to three meals a day. Breakfast – eg. high fibre cereal with low fat milk, lunch eg. wholemeal sandwich with lean filling OR a salad with no fat dressing, dinner eg. Protein (meat, fish or poultry – all lean cuts and skinless with lots of vegetables or salad and minimal amount (not necessarily no) carbohydrates. Healthy snacks are OK especially if they help you from getting so hungry that you eat foods you shouldn’t.

    [edit] TipsA possible diet: Breakfast: toast with your favourite spread, banana, coffee; Snack: apple, carrot; Lunch: whole-grain sandwich with chicken or ham, cheese, salad vegetables, 97% fat free mayo, tomato sauce (don’t make that face, tomato sauce is really nice with mayo!), salt and pepper; Snack: handful of nuts (not too many), coffee and/or natural yogurt with berries(will need a little sugar, depending on the yogurt); Dinner: lean meat, vegetables or pasta with tomato-based sauce or vegetable/minestrone soup with fresh bread.
    Important: you should never be hungry. if you are, you’re not eating enough or you need to start eating proper food. include more fibre into your diet and eat small meals regularly.
    Also Important: You will not lose weight effectively and permanently, and you will not maintain your weight-loss if you don’t exercise regularly. This means almost every day for at least 30 minutes. No excuses, just do it.
    Another possible diet: a bowl of Special K cereal for breakfast, a jelly sandwich with trans-fat free bread and an apple for lunch, salmon and green-beans for dinner. Snacks can include carrots, celery or a banana.
    Find snacks that you love that are healthy, such as fresh fruit, raw vegetables, low-fat yogurt or cottage cheese, and be sure to stock them in your pantry. Limit yourself to two snacks each day. If you crave more than two snacks, chomp on a piece of gum for a few hours.
    Don’t shop when you are hungry. Have a healthy snack and a glass of water before heading to the grocery store.
    Add good fats to your diet. Monounsaturated fats have been clinically proven to help you burn fat, especially in your midsection. So, add foods like avocadoes, kalamata olives, walnuts, and flaxseed to your diet.
    Increase your daily fibre intake. Pick whole meal bread, and whole grains (bulgar wheat, quinoa).
    Try a daily walk. It is a great exercise for weight loss. You can go at your own pace. If you walk with a friend it is mentally uplifting to chat and support each other.
    Add strength training to your exercise plan to build lean muscle. While aerobic exercise (like walking) helps burn calories, anaerobic (or strength-building) exercise can help boost your metabolism.
    Add one or two extra vegetables to your evening meal that you would usually not eat. Try new recipes with unfamiliar ingredients to keep your eating plan interesting and fun.
    Use non stick cookware or barbeque to limit oils and fats.
    Go crazy with herbs and strong flavors to make your meals very tasty and satisfying – potentially you’ll eat less.
    Use a smaller plate.
    Clear up left-overs before sitting down to avoid second helpings.
    Drink lots of water: about 2 litres/day (approx. 64 oz). Drink a glass of water about 20 minutes before dinner to help you feel full.
    Put your knife and fork down instead of loading it up while you chew. Eating more slowly allows your body to be in time with your brain so that by the time you “feel” f


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