We often read about tips and guidelines for weight loss. This is because the body is lean and ‘fit’ to the desire of everyone who also measures one’s health. Strict diet and regular exercise are among the most basic guidelines for weight loss programs.

However, not everyone struggles to lose their weight, as for some people they hope otherwise. This is because just like being overweight, losing weight is also unhealthy.

Below are some suggestions that can help those who want a leaner body and gain healthy weight.

1. Potato

Potatoes are a great source of calories for the body. In addition to potatoes, other food sources containing starch like oats and pasta contain high calories. Potatoes can help the body receive more calories while keeping glycogen in the muscle.

Glycogen is a major source of fuel during activity and exercise. It also contains fiber and other essential nutrients to maintain intestinal bacterial performance.

2. Rice

As Malaysians, it’s hard to live without rice. But for those who practice a ketogenic diet, rice is the enemy. However, for those who are thin, the rice should be a good friend as it provides an important source of carbohydrates.
Rice can help you lose weight because it contains carbohydrates and very little fat.

3. Milk

Milk offers 3 essential nutrients for weight loss such as fat, carbohydrates and protein. In addition, it is also a source of vitamins and minerals, including calcium, for bone formation.
Protein plays a huge role in shaping muscle mass. One study found that after exercising, drinking milk helps the body build muscle more effectively than consuming soy-based products.

4. Beans

Beans, one of the healthiest ways to lose weight. The same goes for peanut butter consumption. This is because a small amount of beans contains 7 grams of protein and 18 grams of healthy fat.

5. Avocado

Want to get healthy fats? The answer is avocado. Avocado fruits contain unsaturated fatty acids that are good for the body, especially for those who want to lose weight. A large avocado contains about 322 calories, 29 grams of fat, and 17 grams of fiber. It is also rich in vitamins and minerals.

6. Red meat

Consuming red meat in the diet has been shown to increase muscle mass. The meat steak menu contains leucine and creatin, 2 nutrients that play an important role in increasing muscle mass. However, it is recommended that you eat some of the meat with a thin layer of fat.

By Nurul
23rd March 2020 18:12

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