7:30 a.m. – enjoy breakfast.
Women who don’t eat breakfast are more likely to be obese. Dr Nigel Turner, metabolism section of Gavin Institute in Australia, said, “eating a breakfast rich in protein can consume a lot of energy in the body while satiating.” Data show that overweight women who eat two eggs a day can lose 65% more weight and 83% less waist circumference.
7:45 a.m. — drinking a slim figure
Many people have heard of and tried green tea to lose weight, but it has no obvious effect, because you have not mastered the correct method. Research shows that drinking more than four cups of green tea every day can consume more than 100 calories. That is to say, with a normal diet, drinking green tea alone can reduce the weight of 1.5kg for a month.
8:00 a.m. – take a cold shower.
According to a study published in the New England Journal of medicine, a 30 second cold shower in the morning can activate the body’s “brown fat” – a good fat used to burn energy. At the same time, it speeds up metabolism and burns “white fat” – fat that makes us fat.
10:00 a.m. – Office simple exercise
Dr. Turner calls the office movement “accidental movement”. The data published in the British Journal of sports medicine shows that women can quickly improve their physical fitness within eight weeks by climbing stairs for two minutes each time and five times a day. Many white-collar workers attribute their inactivity to lack of time. However, scientists have pointed out that standing up and walking for five minutes every two hours or climbing several flights of stairs can accelerate their metabolism.
11:00 a.m. – it’s time for calcium supplementation.
Data show that women who consume 1500mg of calcium every day can not only strengthen their bones, but also consume more fat. A small cup of nonfat latte, a cup of milk cereal, 200g of yogurt, and a piece of cheese are all sources of calcium energy. It should be noted that nonfat milk contains more calcium than full fat milk, so try to choose nonfat milk.
1:00 pm – “magnesium salad” is very important
Magnesium is an essential element for maintaining human life activities. It has the functions of regulating nerve and muscle activities and enhancing endurance. In addition, magnesium is also a “killer” of hypertension, high cholesterol and high blood sugar. Green beans, mung beans, spinach, pumpkin seeds and so on contain more magnesium. Every day at noon, there is a feast of “magnesium salad”.