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Unveiling secret to slim & healthy body - Light dinner and heavy breakfast

Adopting a routine that includes a heavy breakfast and a light dinner could be a game-changer for those looking to shed extra pounds and maintain a healthy weight

Reported by:  PTC News Desk  Edited by:  Shefali Kohli -- July 01st 2024 10:36 AM -- Updated: July 14th 2024 01:44 PM
Unveiling secret to slim & healthy body -  Light dinner and heavy breakfast

Unveiling secret to slim & healthy body - Light dinner and heavy breakfast

Unveiling secret to slim & healthy body : Achieving and maintaining a slim body often feels like an uphill battle, especially with the plethora of diet plans and fitness regimens available today. 

However, several studies suggest that the secret to a slim physique might lie in the timing and composition of our meals. 


Adopting a routine that includes a heavy breakfast and a light dinner could be a game-changer for those looking to shed extra pounds and maintain a healthy weight.

The human body expends energy when we digest food for the absorption, digestion, transport and storage of nutrients.

This process, known as diet-induced thermogenesis (DIT), is a measure of how well human metabolism is working and can differ depending on mealtime.

Why a Heavy Breakfast?

Starting your day with a substantial breakfast can set a positive tone for the rest of the day. Here’s why a heavy breakfast is beneficial:

  • Boosts Metabolism: A nutritious, calorie-dense breakfast can jumpstart your metabolism, helping you burn more calories throughout the day.
  • Provides Energy: A hearty breakfast fuels your body and brain, enhancing concentration, productivity, and physical performance.
  • Reduces Cravings: Eating a substantial breakfast can curb hunger pangs and reduce the likelihood of unhealthy snacking later in the day.

The Science Behind a Light Dinner

As the day progresses, our bodies naturally slow down in preparation for rest. Consuming a light dinner can be advantageous for several reasons:

  • Improved Digestion: A lighter evening meal is easier to digest, preventing discomfort and ensuring a restful night’s sleep.
  • Lower Caloric Intake: By consuming fewer calories at dinner, you can maintain a calorie deficit, which is essential for weight loss.
  • Balanced Blood Sugar Levels: Eating a light dinner helps in keeping blood sugar levels stable, reducing the risk of late-night cravings and overeating.

Incorporating a heavy breakfast and a light dinner into your daily routine can lead to a slimmer body and improved overall health. This simple yet effective dietary adjustment helps regulate metabolism, control calorie intake, and maintain balanced energy levels

                    

- With inputs from agencies

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