Weight Loss Diet: This Is What A Nutritionist Eats In A Day To Maintain Her Weight
Weight loss diet: Practicing portion control and eat homemade food as much as you can, if you want to lose weight, and/or maintain your current weight. Read here to know what nutritionist Rachel Paul eats in a day to maintain her weight.
Weight loss diet: The nutritionist eats one serving of a regular dessert every day!
- Have your meals when you feel hungry
- Practice portion control and never starve yourself
- Eat guilt-free and eat homemade food as much as possible
Weight loss: Weight watchers are always on the lookout for what their favourite celebrities or fitness trainers/nutritionists eat in a day, to maintain their health and weight. First of all, know that everyone has a different body type, appetite, calorie and nutrition needs. So, what works for someone may not always work for you in the same way. Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar says that you must follow a diet which is local to your region and culture, and includes foods that are in season. Eating in this pattern is one effective way to manage your weight, health and immunity in a the long.
Weight loss: What a nutritionist eats in a day to maintain weight
In this article, we are going to talk about what a nutritionist eats in a day. Nutritionist Rachel Paul shares the details of what her meals in one particular day on Instagram look like. "Remember, people have different calorie and nutrition needs - what I eat has nothing to do with what your body needs," she clarifies in the caption of her post.
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Paul shares the following examples of her meals in a day:
- Breakfast: 2 eggs with feta cheese
- Lunch: Bell peppers, 1/2 avocado, around 150 gms rotisserie chicken, around 30 gms mini mozzarella balls, seasoned with 2 tbsp light vinaigrette, some salt and basil leaves.
- Snacks: One apple with 2 tbsp peanut butter
- Dessert: 1 serving of regular ice cream
- Dinner: Salmon fillet with 4 cups of broccoli, 2 tbsp peanut sauce and 1 tbsp sesame seeds.
Speaking of the timing of meals, Paul has says that she eats her breakfast when she's hungry, and not necessarily when its "breakfast time". This is something that you can follow with your meals. Eat your meals when you feel hungry, and not necessarily when you are supposed to have it.
Explaining her choice of lunch and dinner, she goes with the formula of two cups vegetables, four to five ounces of protein sources, and 100 to 200 calories of fat sources.
Eat healthy snacks, ideally the ones which provide you with protein and fat, like nuts and seed. Also, Paul eats a dessert every day. Now that is something interesting!
Practicing portion control and eat homemade food as much as you can, if you want to lose weight, and/or maintain your current weight.
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