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Some Great Tips That Would Help You Shed That Monsoon Weight

Some Great Tips That Would Help You Shed That Monsoon Weight

Sanjay Kumar 08 July, 2021 Updated on : 20 Sep 2021
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Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could just sit by a window with a book and a cup of coffee and just read leisurely or maybe just watch your favourite movie and have a cup of tea and the pakodas or maybe just hibernate and then wake up fit and fine on a winter morning?  Well sadly that isn't how it works in the real world but there is a way that you can lose that monsoon weight and kick off those monsoon blues by keeping the endorphins flowing and that's working out. Here are a few ways and tips that might help. Just saying maybe you would even have fun!

7 Answers To How can I lose weight during the rainy season?

If you are ready to put in some hard work and let it rain over your ambitions and fitness goals then here are some tips on how to lose weight in monsoon.

  1. Make Snacking Healthy And Make A Few Changes

We understand the urge to have those crunchy, delicious pakoras and those lip smacking jalebis when it rains. It can be really hard to control cravings especially when everyone around you is having them but if you ask about what to eat during monsoon season as you're trying to lose weight and keep healthy then pakoras and jalebi would be the last thing someone would recommend. Having said that it's not wrong to indulge in a pakora here and there but the key is portion control. However it is better to replace these unhealthy snacks with better options like popcorn and seasonal fruits.

  1. Worrying About How To Stay Healthy This Monsoon? Drink It Up!

Worrying About How To Stay Healthy This Monsoon? Drink It Up!

Not staying hydrated can cause water retention and make your skin look puffy and cause bloating. Drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water everyday to stay hydrated and healthy. For those who do not,  want to drink water just like that. Add a slice of lemon, cucumber or lime to add a natural flavour and add definition to your body and get a healthier and glowing skin. However make sure you do not drink water right after having your meals or right before going to bed.

  1. Cut Down The Carbs And Add On Lean Protein

Cut Down The Carbs And Add On Lean Protein

One of the best weight loss tips in the rainy season is to cut down on carbohydrates. It's simple, when your body can not depend on carbohydrates for energy it goes on to burn fat for it. Sticking to a low carbohydrate diet can work wonders and help you shed many kilos in a matter of time. Add more lean protein to your diet by including things like chicken, eggs, green leafy vegetables and fish to your diet. If you are going to  make some changes to your diet then here's another tip- instead of having 3 big meals a day have 6 smaller ones. 

  1. Sleep On It, And Chase The Fat Away

This might seem too good to be true but it's a proven fact that if you get a good amount of sleep then it can help your fitness journey. Get at least 8-9 hours of sleep everyday to be healthy and get fit. Your body recovers during sleep and helps in boosting the metabolism. It also ensures that the food is processed efficiently and you get all the nutrients from it. Sleep also helps in keeping your mind at peace and helps you concentrate on things better.

  1. Thinking What is the best food for the rainy season? It’s Seasonal Fruits

Some of the best foods to eat during the rainy season are seasonal fruits like plums, cherry, strawberry, jamuns and pears in your diet can help to maintain a healthy body weight. These fruits are rich in antioxidants and would boost your immunity protecting you against infections and other diseases. Loaded with fiber, these fruits will also help you in your weight loss journey. If you are  struggling to follow a healthy diet then try FITFEAST- your dedicated personal nutritionist and see the change!

  1. Wondering Which Vegetables Are Eaten In Monsoon? Have Homemade Soups And Get It All

Wondering Which Vegetables Are Eaten In Monsoon? Have Homemade Soups And Get It All

If you ask about what to eat during monsoon season then one recommendation that legit everyone would have are soups. They are tasty, healthy and very nutritious. Add in any vegetables of your choice- spinach, tomato, carrots, cabbage and beans are very healthy options and make it delicious. Rich in nutrients, soup will help boost immunity and since it's filling it will help you prevent binge eating.

  1. Have Ginger Tea And Put Away All Your Worries

Have Ginger Tea And Put Away All Your Worries

Most of us would have heard the song “Ek garam chai ki pyali ho…” and it's a popular jingle for a reason. The song not only resonates with many but also talks about ‘Chai’ a drink that can unite Indians all around the world like nothing else! Now what if we tell you that sipping tea while watching rain is one of the best ways to lose weight during monsoon. Using less milk and sugar and adding clove, cinnamon and cardamom will provide other nutritional benefits too.
 

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