Tips Of Day

  • Don't skip breakfast

    "Eat breakfast. It'll energize you for the day and keep your diet in check."

  • Nibble, don't gobble

    "Use the three-bite rule with dessert: Have three small bites and put your fork down."

  • Avoid late-night snacks

    "Finish eating three hours before bedtime. Your metabolism slows down when you sleep so you shift from fat burning to fat storage."

  • Start with greens

    "Eat in the right order. Eat vegetables first to naturally have more of them and ultimately eat fewer calories."

  • "Eat every three to four hours so you'll be equipped to say no to temptations."

  • Say no to soda

    "Put the soda down [and] step away. Regular soda drinking may make muscles less likely to burn fat."

  • "Enjoy so many nonstarchy vegetables, nuts, seeds, and lean proteins that you're too full for anything else."

  • "Cut sodium and carbonation! Carbonation can bloat your stomach, making it appear distended for hours or even days! Sodium holds onto fluid."

  • Walk it off

    "Take a 15-minute walk after each meal to burn a quick 100 calories."

  • "Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying, so you won't eat as much,"

  • "Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying, so you won't eat as much,"

Waist to Hip Ratio

Waist to Hip ratio is also one of the indictors of body fat and excess weight. For men, this ratio should be less than 0.85 whereas in women, it should be less than 0.75. A higher waist-to-hip ratio is an indicator of being over-weight and it is a warning sign that one needs to be careful about his present diet and lifestyle to keep himself away from health problems. According to the WHO protocol, the waist circumference should be measured at the midpoint between the lower margin of the last palpable rib and the top of the iliac crest, using a stretch‐resistant tape that provides a constant 100 g tension. Hip circumference should be measured around the widest portion of the buttocks, with the tape parallel to the floor. Research shows that people with "apple-shaped" bodies (with more weight around the waist) face more health risks than those with "pear-shaped" bodies who carry more weight around the hips. So check your Waist-to-Hip ratio and find out where you stand. If it is high, then start diet plans with Diet Clinic and shed off your excess weight and fat.


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Tips Of Day

  • Don't skip breakfast

    "Eat breakfast. It'll energize you for the day and keep your diet in check."

  • Nibble, don't gobble

    "Use the three-bite rule with dessert: Have three small bites and put your fork down."

  • Avoid late-night snacks

    "Finish eating three hours before bedtime. Your metabolism slows down when you sleep so you shift from fat burning to fat storage."

  • Start with greens

    "Eat in the right order. Eat vegetables first to naturally have more of them and ultimately eat fewer calories."

  • "Eat every three to four hours so you'll be equipped to say no to temptations."

  • Say no to soda

    "Put the soda down [and] step away. Regular soda drinking may make muscles less likely to burn fat."

  • "Enjoy so many nonstarchy vegetables, nuts, seeds, and lean proteins that you're too full for anything else."

  • "Cut sodium and carbonation! Carbonation can bloat your stomach, making it appear distended for hours or even days! Sodium holds onto fluid."

  • Walk it off

    "Take a 15-minute walk after each meal to burn a quick 100 calories."

  • "Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying, so you won't eat as much,"

  • "Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying, so you won't eat as much,"