When a dish looks tempting, especially for dessert, the foodie can't stop.
It is common, and completely human, to wolf down first and then feel guilty.
So when experts like lifestyle coach Luke Cutiño suggest that a guilty diet can lead to weight gain;
That's why you should simply eat a balanced meal and enjoy your dessert without feeling guilty and still stay healthy and you will be sure to pay attention.
In a meeting between Hyderabad and members of Flo, Luke received full attention from the audience and had good reasons;
After all, he is a nutritionist, writer, fitness and lifestyle coach and a popular speaker at parties around the world.
He deals with cases ranging from obesity to disease and cancer.
He is currently writing his next book and establishing a comprehensive oncology ward with governments around the world.
Luke has also led several projects for children and adults around nutrition, body image, health and lifestyle.
It's no wonder that the audience gave him a whole-hearted attention to his speech about changing the overall lifestyle for a happier life, and some even took notes on their notepad or mobile phone.
Luke made it clear at the beginning that eating doesn't work if it doesn't change the lifestyle, and he suggested eating dessert is OK, but, to balance your intake, you have to check your intake and the amount of physical activity.
Luke suggests that lifestyle changes are sustainable, easy to do, and suitable for one's busy schedule;
It can be maintained even when traveling or on vacation.
"Change should make you feel happy and positive and should continue to develop a positive self --
"Respect," said Luke, an international partner at Yale and Harvard, in practice in the areas of nutrition, health, prevention and alternative treatment.
His philosophy revolves around simple and sustainable development.
Lifestyle changes should lead to maintaining or reaching a healthy weight, reducing pain and pain, and improving mental health and longevity;
Improve the health of hair, skin and nails.
It should keep our bodies, minds and souls in balance and harmony.
Another warm heart suggestion: don't trust weighing scales too much;
Believe in loss in inches.
"Do we buy clothes based on weight or tape measure?
"In addition to losing bone density and muscle mass, weight loss can be a sign of many other things," he noted . ".
As long as you lose a few inches, he suggests, keep the same weight.
A very important reason for obesity and poor health in men and women, he said, is that we are moving away from staple foods.
These are the main causes of heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
He supported the old saying "Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a poor man.
Luke also said that women should not drink more than 3 cups of coffee a day, and men should drink 2 cups of water before meals. Chew your food.
Eat slowly and finish eating.
Don't drink cold water after dinner.
The human body needs 0.
Protein weighing 8 gm to 1 gm per kilogram.
Lack of protein can lead to fatigue and fatigue.
"No" for microwave cooking ".
Avoid Coke, inflatable drinks and chips prepared commercially.
Women have to sleep for at least seven hours.
Eat fresh food and local seasonal fruits.
Make sure there are at least two and a half hours between the last meal and bedtime.
Exercise or walk for at least 30 minutes.