Research done in America shows that people in the age group of 18-30 years who have more than two eat-out meals per week for a period of years, have, on average, nearly 4.5 KGs extra weight than their counterparts who have less eating out sessions
If you love to eat out, you could end up having too many calories and/or eating unhealthy food stuff on a regular basis and gain too much weight!
But,we at FHI, love good food and hence have some research backed suggestions for you foodies, so that you can eat good food and yet keep your weight in control and be in good health, find these tips below :
It is good idea to have a glass of milk and a fruit before heading out, so that your palate dictates what you eat instead of your hunger!
These will help you get filled up a little bit, so that you do not stuff yourself up, instead you should enjoy the food for its taste and avoid the guilt trip after!
Indians eat too many carbs and while eating out these are mostly unhealthy ones. Read tips on eating healthy carbs for Indians
Research shows that if served with large portion sizes, people eat more but report similar level of fullness when compared to being served smaller portions; One study found that subjects consumed 221 kcal more (56%) when served a large portion of a high-energy-dense entrée, compared to a small portion of a low-energy-dense entrée
While at home also you can end up eating too much, learn how to avoid overeating
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