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12 Science-Based Weight Loss Tips

What is the secret to successful weight loss and healing? Many people try various methods, but not all are effective or safe.

To make sure you're on the right track, here are 12 science-backed tips for achieving your goals:

1. Eat These Good Foods

Eggs and protein-rich foods - Studies have shown that consuming eggs as part of a healthy breakfast can have a positive impact on weight loss and management.

This is due to the high protein content of eggs, which can help to promote feelings of fullness and satiety. Some studies have also found that eating eggs for breakfast can lead to a reduction in daily calorie intake, which can aid in weight loss.

Additionally, eggs are also a good source of other essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats.

Spicy foods - A diet containing a bit of spice can make us lose our appetite. Consuming spices can have beneficial effects on weight loss and management. One of the key compounds found in many spices is capsaicin, which is found in chili peppers and is known to increase body heat and boost metabolism.

This can lead to an increase in the number of calories burned throughout the day, which can aid in weight loss. Some studies also suggest that consuming spicy foods can curb appetite, helping people to feel full and eat less.

Spices also contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds which may contribute to overall health. However, it is important to note that consuming excessive amounts of spicy foods may cause discomfort and gastrointestinal issues.

Foods rich in fiber - Apples, sweet potatoes, berries, and chickpeas. All these foods will help us stay fit.

Foods high in fiber are typically more filling than those low in fiber, which can help to reduce calorie intake and promote feelings of fullness.

Additionally, foods high in fiber take longer to digest, which can help to keep blood sugar levels stable and prevent overeating. Fiber also promotes regular bowel movement and helps to lower cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Consume whole foods - Whole foods are typically more nutrient-dense than processed foods, meaning they contain more vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients per calorie.

Whole foods are unprocessed and unrefined, meaning that they are not altered in any way and retain all of their natural nutrients and fibers.

2. Don't Eat These Foods

• Refined grains and sugar are less nutritious than their natural forms. 

Refined grains and sugar are less nutritious than their natural forms because they have been processed, which removes many of the beneficial nutrients and fiber.

When grains are refined, the bran, germ and endosperm are separated. The bran and germ are removed and only endosperm is left. This process removes many of the beneficial nutrients such as fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Sugar is also processed to remove impurities and change its texture, which removes some of the beneficial nutrients found in natural forms of sugar, such as honey or maple syrup.

In addition, consuming too much refined grains and sugar can lead to weight gain, increase the risk of chroni diseases, and lead to insulin resistance which can cause type 2 diabetes.

Eating whole foods, such as whole grains and natural sweeteners, can provide a more balanced source of nutrients and help reduce the risk of chronic health conditions.

3. Drink These

• Water - A natural suppressant of appetite. 

Water is a natural appetite suppressant because it can help keep the body hydrated, fill the stomach, boost metabolism, regulate hormones that control appetite, and increase mindfulness when eating.

Drinking water before a meal can make you feel more full and satisfied, which can lead to eating less.

Additionally, it can also help regulate hormones such as ghrelin and leptin, reducing hunger and making us feel more satiated. However, it is important to note that drinking water alone is not a magic solution for weight loss, rather it's a small part of an overall healthy lifestyle which includes a balanced diet, regular physical activity, and enough sleep.

• Green Tea - A cup of green tea can increase the number of antioxidants in our blood. 

Considered to be good for overall health due to its high antioxidant content, which can provide various health benefits such as promoting weight loss, reducing the risk of heart disease, cancer prevention, and improving brain function.

It has compounds called catechins which increase metabolism and flavonoids that improve heart health. Additionally, the caffeine in green tea can help improve brain function, including memory and concentration.

• Coffee - Black coffee contains chlorogenic acid. It can slow down the release of glucose in the body. 

It also has antioxidants and caffeine which can provide various benefits such as improving mental alertness, physical performance, and mood.

It can also help to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and liver disease. Additionally, it is a rich source of antioxidants which can help to protect cells from damage and reduce the risk of certain types of cancer.

Drinking black coffee in moderation can also help to lower the risk of stroke and heart disease.

4. Don't Drink These

Soda is responsible for our belly fat. This drink is addictive, even if it doesn’t have any nutritional value. 

High in added sugars, contributes to weight gain, obesity, and an increased risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Soda is also high in calories and can displace healthier food options in the diet. Many soda drinks are also high in caffeine, which can cause jitteriness, insomnia, and other side effects if consumed in excessive amounts.

Additionally, soda drinks are often high in artificial ingredients, preservatives and colors, which can have negative effects on health.

Drinking soda regularly can also lead to dental problems like cavities and erosion of tooth enamel due to the high acid content.

• Fruit juice and other sugary drinks - Fresh fruits and vegetables are very nutritious. These are effective for detoxification.

They are high in added sugars, which can contribute to weight gain, obesity, and an increased risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

One of the main issues with fruit juice is that it often contains a high amount of natural sugars, which can be just as harmful as added sugars. Even though it may be a natural source, consuming large amounts of fruit juice can still lead to an excessive intake of calories and sugar.

5. Supplements

Probiotic supplements can reduce fat mass. Lactobacillus strain is a good bacterium.

They are the microorganisms inside our body that helps in breaking down food and absorbing nutrients.  

• While whole foods work best, we may still resort to protein supplements to fill what our diet lacks.

Whey protein can be a good alternative. Our intake of calories will be less, and that will make us lose weight.


We will also feel that we have built our muscle mass.

6. Workout

A sedentary lifestyle can bring about harmful effects. It is a bad habit that needs to stop. It's important to engage in active sport or regular exercises to avoid gaining weight.


There are health risks associated with a lax lifestyle. Our body will burn very few calories, and our metabolism will become slow.


We might become obese that can lead to dangerous health conditions. 


Aside from that, there are more diseases that can come from this kind of bad habit. 

7. Get Enough Sleep

People who get enough sleep through the night can lose more weight from stored fats.


When we restrict ourselves from getting quality sleep, our body will produce a higher amount of ghrelin that can make us feel hungry. 


Lack of sleep can also affect how we will function throughout the day. We might get tired and make poor decisions when it comes to food. 

8. Try Intermittent Fasting

If we do not have any underlying health issues, people may resort to intermittent fasting. 


It is an eating technique wherein we will restrict our food intake during a specific number of hours in a day.


It is efficient and effective, as long as we will not try to eat more during the period we are not fasting. 


We may experience better results once we have reached autophagy or fasting for more than 72 consecutive hours.

9. Calorie Counting and Portion Control

A portion refers to the quantity of food that we eat. Eating smaller pieces or lesser amounts consistently can help us lose weight.


Counting calories is a bit complex, but most people do this by making a list of low-calorie foods.


Studies show that being aware of the food that we eat can also help us stay fit. By taking pictures or keeping a diary, we can set a goal and watch every milestone. 


It helps in keeping us on track even after we failed in one meal. 

10. Low-Carb Diet

A diet that restricts carbohydrates works, especially if coupled with the reduction of sugars and starches.


A low-carb diet means eating more healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, fishes, eggs, and lean meat.


We will have to ditch the rice, cakes and other sweets, and even milk. 

11. Avoid Emotional Eating

Negative emotions can disturb our weight-loss goals. It may affect our eating behavior since food can distract our mind from stress, pain, and hurt. 


Our emotions can make us overeat. So, we have to keep temptations away. It's helpful not to keep our comfort foods in our pantry. Stock up on healthy foods instead.


We may also experience overpowering cravings whenever upset. Try not to give in and control our eating habits to prevent further depression. 

12. Trick The Mind

There are several ways to trick our minds into flushing our eating temptations away. Here are some effective means people may try:

Use smaller plates. - This trick can make us stop eating because it will look like we already ate a lot. 

Chew slowly. – The more we chew our food, the slower we put food in our mouth. So, we will eat less until the brain thinks that we’ve eaten enough.

Drink more water. – Sometimes we eat when in fact, we are just thirsty. When we drink enough water, the hunger hormones will give us the right signal when we are hungry. 

Keep whole fruits and vegetables at hand. – Prepare healthy and easy to bring whole foods for snacks. These healthy whole foods will make us feel full whenever we are hungry.

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