Weight Loss: Habits That Do More Harm Than Good

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Your eating pattern like time of meals, gap between meals, portion size and behaviour towards food are important determining factors for your fitness goals.

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Gaps between meals

Keeping long gaps between meals, to eat less or reduce calorie intake, can do more harm than good. 

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Longer than normal gaps can cause acidity, bloating and may increase risk of overeating. 

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Small meals

It is best to consume small and frequent meals as it leaves no room for cravings and untimely hunger.

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Not drinking water

It is important to develop the habit of drinking water as a routine and not just when thirsty.

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Staying hydrated by drinking sufficient water is important for weight, digestion, and energy levels. 

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Unhealthy snacking

Snack right by eating healthy foods, at the right time, and in the right portion size. 

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Healthy options

Nuts and seeds, roasted makhanas, roasted chickpeas, etc make for healthy, protein-rich snacks. 

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