Here’s the best ways to lose weight on the ‘Bride Diet’
January 29, 2019 - Culture
How to Lose Weight on the Bride Diet
Brides from all over the country certainly wouldn’t mind dropping a few pounds or more before their big day. Some of you may be scrolling through page after page of wedding dresses on Azazie just knowing they aren’t going to fit to your satisfaction. Still others are ready to take it a step further and look into tummy tucks in Henderson or closer to home.
Guess what? It’s definitely possible to lose weight the smart way by following the bride diet. But this diet plan doesn’t have to be reserved strictly for weddings. You can follow this plan anytime you have a big event coming up and need to lose weight.
So, to help you get started, we’ll provide the details about this diet plan. Take the advice in full or modify the plan to fit your lifestyle. Just do yourself a favor and get started on the road to healthy weight loss because your wedding will be here faster than you think.
Bride Diet Tip #1: Eliminate Processed Food from Your Life
Not only will processed food cause you to gain excess weight, it is so unhealthy that it’s been linked to some of the worst diseases like heart disease, diabetes, strokes, hypertension, and more. Processed foods are filled with empty calories and possess very little nutritional value. So you’re eating junk, plain and simple, whenever you bite into a cookie, a frozen pizza, a prepackaged meal in many cases, and so many other processed food pitfalls.
Instead of maintaining your victimhood by continuing to eat food at of a box or package, you should take the challenge and do something about it. Go through your refrigerator, freezer, and cupboards, and remove every food item in a box or package – the only exception would be frozen fruits and vegetables that you need to prepare.
Once these foods are out of your diet and out of your life, you’ll feel less tempted by them and because we all need to eat every day, you’ll have replaced these junk foods with healthier options. The weight is bound to melt off of your body by making this one simple change.
Bride Diet Tip #2: Give Up All Sweetened Beverages – Even Artificially Sweetened Ones
So many brides-to-be think they can switch over to diet soft drinks and lose as much weight as they’ve ever desired. Yet, how often do you go to a restaurant and overhear a rotund person ordering a diet cola with their meal? If the diet cola actually helped with weight loss, obese and overweight people wouldn’t drink them more than any other portion of the population.
Even worse, the artificial sweeteners within diet colas keep you feeling hungry. Obviously if you’re attempting to lose weight, you do not want to artificially stimulate your appetite because it would be counterproductive to say the least.
Bride Diet Tip #3: Stay Far Away from Refined Carbohydrates
At this point, it’s fairly common knowledge that white bread, white pasta, muffins, cakes, and pastries are going to cause you to gain weight. Yet so many people continue to eat these unhealthy, nutritionally devoid so-called “foods” and make them a regular part of their daily meal plan.
While you may feel full and satisfied after eating this junk, you’ll also feel sluggish, heavy, and very tired. And the calories from these foods have a tendency to stick to our body like glue. So if you do truly need to lose weight before your wedding day, giving up refined carbohydrates is definitely going to propel you in the right direction.
You can follow this plan for the short-term to lose weight safely and effectively. Or you can use this information to maintain a healthy weight for the rest of your life. Just know that if you use these tips you will have no trouble dropping those unwanted pounds before your big wedding day.
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