Self Made meal plans and weight loss regimes devised by the people for their own bodies without any or little prior information or technical knowledge of how and what happens in their body. This can result in two ways depending on how this is conducted. First, this can go very well if the whole thing is pre-planned. Second, This can end up as a relapsing disaster if major decisions are left to last minute.
This way without making any drastic changes, we can control our diet and improve our health performance. This also avoids people winding up cooking themselves a lavish “cheat meal”, essentially undoing all their hard labor and effort. So avoiding daily sirens and keeping your head clean of carbs and your stomach clean of junk, you will be able to manage a self-made diet plan and sustain it for a reasonable period of time.
But carbs are a majorly important part of our diet for some of the bulkier ones. So if you cannot resist and cut out carbs from your diet entirely, you can still choose to mix and match with your meals throughout the day to count up to a daily total of 1500 calories. If a person is involved in hardcore or high-intensity interval workout, then their daily caloric needs will be much higher than any people that sustain to commonly known levels of physical exertion.
How to Work your Plan
The first step recommended is finding out your needs. As in what your body requires in terms of nutrition and consumption. So when we plan your diet, we don’t lose out on the essentials. Because dieting affects our metabolism directly.
Straight Outta Bed
Have a glass or two of lukewarm water right out of bed or to make it a nice morning beverage, throw in some fresh lemon juice and have this as you wake up after the first dawn around the early part of your day.
A roughage diet filled with fruits like apple, pineapple, or papaya. It gives you ample vitamin C and other supplements that you need to start your day off with the right kind of energy. This is essential as the following meal is still early in the day so it affects your meals later on.
Second Breakfast? Why Not!
After the fruits give you the vitamins and the energy you need, you’ll be looking for that certain “Something” to satiate your “Hunger”. Well the solution is no further than a bowl of white oats. Cooked in water, almonds, or apples for flavor, coupled with a few scrambled egg whites and a bit of workout to shape up 5-6 follow-up boiled eggs.
The Round Table Lunch.
Keep it beefy with a side of greens and you will have ample energy to go on through your day without any troubles.
Have something light before going off to bed, like salads made up of fresh cucumbers, some boiled broccoli and carrots with lettuce and cabbage as well. Don’t consume baked grains or breads to avoid slow carbs.