Does eating more protein stimulate you to eat more — or less — food?


High-protein Italian turkey salad

If you have followed Diet Doctor over the past few years, you may have seen our content suggesting that, for many people, eating higher protein foods improves satiety and reduces overall calorie intake. Multiple scientific papers back the association between protein intake and eating fewer calories. 

However, a new preprint paper is getting attention on social media. It concludes that eating more protein increases calorie intake. How could this be? Who is right? Does protein increase or decrease subsequent calorie intake?

To answer that question, as is often the case, we need to look at the specifics of the study. It makes a difference if we talk about short-term satiety such as food intake between two meals, or longer-term intake over weeks or months. The recent paper reports on the former, but the conclusion is anything but clear cut. 

Kevin Hall, Ph.D., and colleagues published a preprint (it has not yet undergone peer-review or been published in an official journal) titled A data-driven approach to quantifying meal characteristics influencing energy intake

This is not a new trial. Instead, the authors compiled data from two intervention trials, one comparing ultra-processed and unprocessed diets and another comparing low carb and lowfat diets. Combining the results of the two trials makes the data cumbersome, inconsistent, and a little dizzying to make sense of. I will do my best to simplify the data, but the confusing nature of the results highlights the need for cautious interpretation. 

Both trials included in this paper were short-term, two-week trials in young, healthy individuals who checked in to an in-patient metabolic ward, so researchers accurately measured food intake and physical activities. 

Even though the original trials were randomized crossover trials, this paper is an observational analysis of the data — meaning the findings are a weaker quality of evidence than if the outcomes were prespecified outcomes of the original trial. Being weaker quality data doesn’t invalidate the data — but it means we have to interpret the findings with caution.

The other crucial detail is that the authors measured how food intake at one meal influences calorie intake at the next meal. That is a short time frame for an evaluation and is what we would call “short-term satiety.” This is very different than evaluating what happens to long-term satiety with calorie intake over weeks or months.

The study reported that eating food with higher energy density, more processing, and faster chewing times correlates with increased calorie intake. That is not surprising.

Eating more calories at one meal correlates with eating fewer calories at the next meal, but only if the food is minimally processed — this was not seen in highly processed meals. This suggests that highly processed foods “hijack” our caloric satiety sensor so that we continue to overeat calories despite having eaten more calories at the previous meal. Again, this is an outcome that prior research would predict.

But what about protein? 

When looking at highly processed vs. unprocessed meals, the authors conclude that higher protein intake correlates with eating more calories in the same meal in unprocessed diets only. But when looking at low carb vs. low-fat diets, protein intake did not correlate with eating more calories. 

A little confusing, right? Why would protein have an effect only in the study comparing processed vs. unprocessed foods, and not in the low carb vs low fat study?

It gets even more confusing regarding calorie intake at the next meal. 

The authors reported:

  • higher protein in one meal correlated with increased calorie intake at the subsequent meal in both groups in the study that compared low fat and low carb diets; 
  • comparing highly processed vs. unprocessed meals, protein intake did not correlate with more or less calorie intake at the next meal in the unprocessed meals; 
  • in highly processed meals,  more protein correlated with less calorie intake at the next meal.

So how do we make sense of the different effects of protein intake with different diets?

I caution against giving these findings too much weight. Remember, they are retrospective observational analyses of data — data that suffer from confounding variables and are much poorer quality than intervention trials. I think it is easy to over-interpret these data and find reasons to explain why the trends differ. But it all comes back to the low quality of evidence and lack of a consistent pattern.

We should also note that the diets averaged 15% protein in the study. In other trials, longer-term 12-week studies report that eating 30% protein improves satiety and lowers calorie intake compared to 15% protein. Additionally, women with obesity lost more body fat with a 25% protein than a 15% protein diet, Plus, higher protein low fat diets resulted in better weight loss than lower protein diets. 

At the same time, we also have to acknowledge some populations — like traditional Okinawans — maintain a healthy weight and low incidence of metabolic disease with very low (just 10% of energy) protein diets. But as Dr. Ted Naiman has pointed out, weight is not the only important variable. Lean muscle is also crucial for healthy aging, and higher protein intake improves lean muscle mass.

So, should you be concerned because this study reports that participants eating more protein ate more calories? 

No, not in my opinion. If we focus on primary outcome trials and longer-term results, it seems clear that higher protein — up to 30% of calories — leads to reduced overall calorie intake and improved healthy weight loss.



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Pasta alla Gricia Recipe | Gimme Some Oven

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This classic pasta alla gricia recipe is easy to make with 3 main ingredients and always tastes so decadent and flavorful.

Pasta alla Gricia

For all of you carbonara lovers out there, have you ever tried its egg-free cousin, pasta alla gricia? ♡

I have to admit that I’d somehow never even heard of this classic dish until we moved to Europe and spotted it on countless Italian menus here. As an avid fan of the other three of the four classic Roman pastas — cacio e pepe, pasta alla carbonara, and pasta all’Amatriciana — I was eager to give this lesser-known member of the fam a try. And now, many years and many (many) batches of pasta alla gricia later, I have to say that this simple dish has secured its spot as one of my all-time favorites.

Made solely with pasta, bacon and cheese, pasta alla gricia is basically like an egg-free carbonara or a tomato-free Amatriciana. But I’m telling you, it is three ingredient perfection. Guanciale (cured pork cheek) is the star of the show here, with its intensely rich, salty, savory flavor. And when fried to golden, chewy perfection and then patiently tossed with good-quality pasta and Pecorino cheese until a perfectly-emulsified silky sauce develops, you will quickly learn why pasta alla gricia has been one of the most popular dishes in Rome for more than a thousand years. It’s rich, comforting, and packs surprising layers of delicious savory flavors into every single bite. And here in our house, we can’t get enough of it.

That said, the key to all four classic Roman pasta dishes — with their famously short lists of ingredients — is learning the proper techniques to make them. I’ve experimented with a number of different recipes for alla gricia over the years (which mainly differ in terms of ingredient ratios and how long the pasta is simmered in the starchy guanciale sauce). And while I’ll be the first to point out that I am clearly not an expert in Italian cooking, I have landed on a ratio and method over the years that consistently works best for me, which I’m excited to share with you today.

I love this pasta alla gricia recipe because is easy to make in about 30 minutes from start to finish, it’s rich and bacon-y without being overly greasy, and it incorporates a few key steps that help the cheese melt perfectly into a glossy sauce (instead of sticking to the pan, which is always such a tragedy). I’m really, really, really going to insist that you try to track down some Italian guanciale in order to give this dish its authentically bold pork flavor, as well as some good-quality pasta and Pecorino-Romano cheese to make the sauce. But if those ingredients are unavailable in your area, I’ve included notes below for how to use pancetta (or bacon) and/or Parmesan instead, which won’t be traditional but will still definitely be delicious.

Alright, let’s make some pasta together!

Pasta alla Gricia Ingredients - rigatoni, Pecorino cheese, guanciale, salt and pepper

Pasta Alla Gricia Ingredients

Before we get to the full pasta alla gricia recipe below, here are a few notes about the five main ingredients that you will need:

  • Guanciale: This cured pork cheek is the starring ingredient traditionally used in pasta alla gricia, and its rich, salty, intense pork flavor and perfectly crisp-chewy texture are phenomenal in this dish. Guanciale is usually prepared with a black pepper rub (if not, I recommend adding some extra black pepper to the dish). And you will need to cut the guanciale into thick, bite-sized pieces for this dish, although definitely note that the pieces will shrink considerably while cooking because of guanciale’s high fat-to-meat ratio. As mentioned above, I really really recommend trying to track down Italian guanciale for this dish. But if it is unavailable in your area, good-quality pancetta or bacon could be substituted instead. (See substitution notes below.)
  • Pecorino Romano: This aged sheep’s cheese is famously used in Roman pasta dishes, and its grassy, tangy flavor is so delicious here. As always, be sure to finely-grate the cheese by hand so that it will melt properly and weigh it ensure that you are adding the correct amount.
  • Pasta: Rigatoni and spaghetti (or bucatini) are the most common pasta shapes traditionally used in alla gricia, but feel free to use whatever shape of good-quality pasta that you have on hand.
  • Salt and black pepper: Then of course, we will need fine sea salt (not too much, since the guanciale is so salty) and freshly-ground black pepper to season the pasta.

Step by step photos of how to make pasta alla gricia

Tips for Making Pasta Alla Gricia

The full instructions for how to make pasta alla gricia are included in the recipe below, but here are a few key tips I would recommend too:

  • Read through the recipe first. This recipe is not difficult to make, but it does require a bit of multitasking that goes quickly once you begin cooking. So I really recommend taking a few minutes to read the entire recipe fully beforehand.
  • Finely-grate the cheese by hand: As always, it’s important to grate the cheese by hand versus buying the pre-grated cheese at the store (which usually contains anti-caking agents that prevent the cheese from melting smoothly). So if you want a glossy sauce with the best flavor, use a microplane (or your preferred grater) to finely-grate the cheese just before cooking.
  • Be sure to use a large enough sauté pan. You are going to need ample room to toss the pasta when combining it with the sauce, so it’s important to have a large pan with plenty of space. (I also recommend using a non-stick sauté pan to help prevent the cheese from sticking to the pan, as well as to make for easier clean-up.)
  • Have a strainer or tongs ready to go. I find it’s much easier to use a spider strainer (or tongs, if using long noodles) to transfer the pasta directly from the stockpot to the sauté pan. But if you do not own either of those, use a heatproof cup to scoop out a few cups of the starchy water (always good to have more than you need, just in case). Then you can drain the pasta in a colander and transfer it immediately to the sauté pan.
  • Add starchy water as needed: Since the pasta will finish cooking in the sauce, it’s important that there is always plenty of water in the sauce for the pasta to soak up. So anytime you notice the sauce looks dry, add 1/4 of starchy pasta water to the sauce to help the pasta finish cooking.

Pasta alla Gricia closeup

Recipe Variations

Here are a few non-traditional variations that you are welcome to try with this pasta alla gricia recipe:

  • Use pancetta or bacon: Either of these non-traditional substitutions will work in place of guanciale, but they will not have the same intensity of flavor nor the same crisp-chewy texture. Guanciale has the highest fat-to-meat ratio and is cured for the longest amount of time. Pancetta would be the next most similar option, made from a different cut of pork, different seasonings, and not cured for nearly as long. And bacon will have a notably more smoky flavor. Still, feel free to use any of these three options that you prefer…all will be delicious. 🙂
  • Use Parmesan: Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese is not the traditional cheese used in this dish, but it can work as a substitute if it is what you have on hand. Or you can use a mix of both cheeses.
  • Add crushed red pepper flakes: If you would like to add a bit of heat to this dish, add some crushed red pepper flakes to the grease along with the black pepper. This is not a traditional ingredient, but I always enjoy the extra kick!
  • Make it gluten-free: Use a good-quality GF pasta to make this dish gluten-free.

Two serving bowls of pasta alla gricia

Pasta Alla Gricia FAQ

Here are a few more fun facts to know about this gem of a recipe:

  • How do you pronounce “gricia”? This Italian word is pronounced GREE-cha.
  • What is pasta alla gricia? It’s one of the four classic Roman pastas, traditionally made with pasta, guanciale, Pecorino-Romano and black pepper.
  • Where did pasta alla gricia originate? Pasta alla gricia originated in Lazio, the Italian region where Rome is located.
  • What does “gricia” mean in Italian? From what I’ve read, there are many different hypotheses about the origin of this term. It may be that the dish is named after the small village of Griciano, where it is said to have originated. It may have been named after the grici, who were the food vendors in the area.¹ Or the name may have been a reference to the charcoal gray color that was left behind in the pan after frying the guanciale.²
  • How does alla gricia differ from carbonara? It is similar to alla carbonara, but does not contain eggs. It is similar to all’amatriciana, but does not contain tomatoes.

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This classic pasta alla gricia recipe is easy to make with 3 main ingredients and always tastes so decadent and flavorful.


  • 8 ounces guanciale*
  • fine sea salt and freshly-ground black pepper
  • 12 ounces uncooked pasta (I used mezzi rigatoni)
  • 2 ounces finely-grated Pecorino Romano


  1. Cut the guanciale. Slice the guanciale into ¼-inch-thick slices. Then cut each slice into roughly ½ x 1-inch pieces. (It can help to freeze the guanciale for 10 minutes beforehand to make it easier to cut.)
  2. Cook the guanciale. Heat a large sauté pan (preferably nonstick) over medium-low heat. Add the guanciale to the pan and cook, stirring and flipping occasionally, until the guanciale is golden brown and crispy and the fat has rendered, about 10 minutes. (Keep a close eye on the guanciale so that it does not burn.) Using a slotted spoon, transfer the guanciale to a separate plate. Pour the remaining fat into a heatproof measuring cup. Measure out ¼ cup and return it to the pan and discard the rest.
  3. Bloom the black pepper. Add 1 teaspoon freshly-ground black pepper to the pan to the hot grease, then turn off the heat.
  4. Boil the pasta. Meanwhile, fill a large stockpot about half full of water (roughly 2 quarts) and bring it to a boil. Since the guanciale and cheese are so salty, there’s no need to generously salt the pasta water, so just stir in 1 tablespoon salt. Add the pasta and cook for 8 minutes, stirring occasionally. 
  5. Emulsify the sauce. Meanwhile, once the pasta reaches the 6-minute point, carefully scoop up 1 1/2 cups of the starchy pasta water and transfer it to the sauté pan with the bacon grease. Turn the heat on the sauté pan to high to quickly bring the mixture to a boil, and gently stir to help the water emulsify with the grease as the sauce begins to reduce.
  6. Finish cooking the pasta. Once the pasta reaches the 8-minute mark, use a spider strainer or tongs to immediately transfer the pasta to the sauté pan with the sauce. Gently toss the pasta continuously in the sauce for 3-5 minutes until the sauce has reduced and emulsified and the pasta is al dente, adding in an extra ¼ cup of the remaining starchy pasta water as needed anytime the sauce seems too dry.
  7. Finish the pasta. Turn off the heat. Stir in the guanciale and half of the cheese and toss gently to combine. Stir in the remaining cheese and toss gently until the cheese has melted and the sauce is glossy, adding in an extra few tablespoons of the remaining starchy pasta water if needed to thin out the sauce.
  8. Serve. Serve immediately, garnished with an extra sprinkle of cheese and a twist of black pepper.



Notes

Guanciale: See notes above about pancetta or bacon substitution options.

Source: Recipe adapted from Serious Eats.

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Air Fryer Ranch Wings · i am a food blog

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If you love dipping hot wings in ranch sauce you’re going to amazed at how good these air fryer ranch wings are.

These ranch wings were the best wings I’ve made in the air fryer, no joke. They are juicy on the inside, golden and burnished on the outside and coated in finger licking ranch seasoning. They remind me of a naked buttermilk fried chicken sans breading. I didn’t dip them in ranch because they were perfect as is, but if you do choose the ranch dip route, you’re a ranch hero!

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These ranch wings are naked wings that are seasoned with ranch flavors, no breading or coating required. The buttermilk in the ranch seasoning perfectly browns in the air fryer and adds tang and tenderization. I love them because they’re crispy, juicy, and naked. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good crunchy coated wing, but there’s something about the simplicity of naked wings that is amazing. Especially when they’re ranch flavor. Think of ranch chips, but wings. Seriously good! Pro tip, dip them in hot sauce for a reverse wing experience.

The secret ingredient to golden air fryer wings

There are two secrets to this recipe. The first is baking powder and the second is buttermilk powder. They work in tandem to  brown the wings and make them crispy and golden.

Baking powder contains both and acid and base component and it’s the unique combo that helps raise the pH levels in the chicken, making the skin break down and allowing it to get more crispy and brown.

Buttermilk powder tenderizes the chicken, which makes it extra juicy and also gives it a tangy, complex flavor.

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How to make air fryer ranch wings

  1. Lightly pat your chicken dry. Moisture is not your friend when you want a crispy chicken wing, so be sure to pat your wings dry with a paper towel.
  2. Lightly oil. Lightly oil the chicken by tossing it with oil or spraying it with spray oil. This will promote even browning.
  3. Coat the chicken. This is where the magic happens. Toss the wings in a large bowl with a bit of baking powder and ranch seasoning.
  4. Air fry. Lightly spray (or brush) the air fryer basket with oil. Arrange the wings in a single layer, with some space in between each wing. Space them out evenly on a rack in the air fryer – the middle and the upper part of the air fryer has the best circulation.
  5. Flip. Flip the wings and fry again.
  6. Remove the wings immediately so they don’t over cook and enjoy!

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Ranch seasoning

You can easily make your own ranch seasoning or you can simply buy it at the store, it’s up to you. Personally, I love the ranch seasoning from Trader Joe’s. If you make it, all you need to do is mix together: 1/4 cup buttermilk powder, 1 tbsp garlic powder,  specifically granulated garlic, 1 tbsp onion powder, 1 tbsp dried dill, 1 tbsp dried green onions, 1 tbsp dried chives, 1 tsp salt, 1 tbsp freshly ground pepper, 1/2 tsp sugar.

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Pro tips for cooking wings in the air fryer

  • Dry the chicken with a paper towel as much as possible, the drier the chicken, the crispier
  • Don’t crowd the air fryer
  • Use tongs to flip your wings instead of shaking the basket
  • It’s best to use air fryer racks and spread out the wings, the most even heat is near the top and middle of the air fryer, where the element is, so if you place your wings on a rack, nearer to the top, you’ll get more heat.

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Other air fryer wings to make

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Happy winging it!
xoxo steph

 

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Air Fryer Ranch Wings

Serves 2

Prep Time 5 mins

Cook Time 20 mins

Total Time 25 mins

  • 1 lb chicken wings
  • 1 tbsp neutral oil
  • 2 tbsp ranch seasoning
  • 1 tsp baking powder

Nutrition Facts

Air Fryer Ranch Wings

Amount Per Serving

Calories 427
Calories from Fat 215

% Daily Value*

Fat 23.9g37%

Saturated Fat 7.2g45%

Cholesterol 97mg32%

Sodium 769mg33%

Potassium 465mg13%

Carbohydrates 1.2g0%

Fiber 0.1g0%

Sugar 0.01g0%

Protein 31g62%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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15 Ways To Use Raw Milk on Face For Glowing Skin






Milk is an essential part of our daily diet and it has amazing benefits not only for your health, but for your skin too. No wonder, the royals from ancient times used to take bath in raw milk for beautiful skin. We do know that milk is rich in calcium and minerals and makes our bones strong, but the nutrient profile along with significant lactic acid content exfoliates, brightens, and adds a radiant glow to all skin types, and the benefits multiply when you use it raw on the skin. Check out 15 Ways To Use Raw Milk on Face For Glowing Skin.

Ways To Use Raw Milk on Face For Glowing Skin

1. Applying raw milk mixed with rose water will give a nice glow to your skin.

2. Take one whole nutmeg with skin removed, 1 tbsp of milk, and 1 strand of saffron. Pour a little milk onto a stone grinder and place the saffron strand on it. Grind the saffron strand using the nutmeg itself. Apply a little pressure and move the nutmeg round in circles. If the mixture starts to feel dry, add in a little milk again. Keep grinding the nutmeg with milk until a desired quantity is achieved. Remove the paste into a bowl and apply it on the face and neck. Leave it on to dry. Minimum time is at least 30 minutes to get a good effect. You can also leave it overnight to get best results. Here’s the complete recipe to make this anti-acne face pack at home.

3. This is a brightening homemade face pack using black onion seeds aka kalonji. This face pack brightens up the skin and also removes tan. Here’s the detailed recipe with step-by-step pics to make this face pack.

4. Make a paste from petals of two whole roses and soak them in milk for 30 minutes. Apply this paste on the skin, keep for 20 minutes, and rinse off with normal water.

5. A mixture of milk and salt applied as a spot treatment will keep your skin acne and blemish free.

6. Soak some saffron strands in milk overnight and apply it with a cotton pad all over the face. Leave it for some time and wash it once dry. This pack will remove tan, dullness, and help fade away scars and blemishes too.

7. Make a paste of ½ tbsp. of black sesame seeds and mustard seeds and mix it in milk. Apply this paste on pimples and your pimples will fade away in just 2-3 days

8. Make a paste of lemon juice, potato juice, wheat bran and milk. Use this as “ubtan” on your face. With regular usage, acne and other skincare woes can be prevented.

9. Make ubtan made out of almond powder, besan (gram flour), carrot juice and milk. Apply on the face and neck area for 15 minutes and buff away in a circular motion while removing. You would notice fresh, smooth, and soft skin after just one use.

10. Apply milk and turmeric paste continuously for two weeks everyday to get that amazing glow on your face.

11. Soak a handful of cashew nuts in milk overnight and grind them into a fine paste. Now add Fuller’s earth and lemon juice to this paste. This pack can be used both on dry and oily skin to make it glow and healthy.

12. Make an effective scrub by mixing 1 tbsp of raw milk, 1 tbsp of besan, 1 tbsp honey, and contents from 1 green tea bag. Empty the content of a used Green Tea Bag in a bowl and mix other ingredients. Apply on the face and neck area. It will exfoliate dry skin, brighten skin tone, and remove blackheads and whiteheads as well.

13. For extremely dry skin, make a pack with equal quantities of almond powder, milk, honey and glycerin. This pack will not only hydrate your skin but also prevents it from the harmful effects of pollution. It works as a great anti-ageing pack.

14. Mix equal amounts of almond powder and besan. Now add milk to it and apply on your face. This will help reduce inflammation and improves texture of skin.

15. Now, this face pack would look good to eat! Mix 1 tbsp of cocoa powder and coffee powder with 2-3 tbsp of raw milk. This pack is rich in anti-oxidants and also acts as a scrub and immediately add a glow to the skin.

With these face packs, say hi to glowing and clear skin.

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12 Beauty Tips For Women Who Work From Home






“Work form home” is the new norm and while this setup gives us the freedom to laze around in pajamas all day long, it’s a fact that we do become complacent about skincare routine. Adding to it, long working hours and prolonged screen exposure can take a toll and damage the skin. For all women who love working-from-home scenario, do go through these 12 beauty tips for glowing and radiant skin.

Beauty Tips For Women Who Work From Home

1. Wear A Sunscreen Even While Indoors: No matter whether you are indoors or outdoors, always wear a sunscreen, because the blue light emitted from computer screens can damage and weaken skin’s collagen, trigger premature ageing, and form hyperpigmentation patches. Do make it a point to wear sunscreen when exposing skin to gadgets like laptop or phone – broad-spectrum ones with ingredients like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide provide good production.

2. Get up From your Work Desk Every 15 Minutes: Did you hear us mentioning “sitting is the new smoking” in weight loss posts? Sitting for long hours, aka leading a sedentary lifestyle not only hurts your weight loss goals, it hampers the pace of blood circulation and cuts down nutrient and oxygen supply, thus triggering premature ageing. Take breaks and stroll around in your space; also make it a point to take all calls while standing.

3. Start Using Anti-Ageing Products if you are in 20s: Your skin starts to age faster when you expose it to laptop and computer radiation. Fine lines and wrinkles appear faster than they should. To prevent this, you must start using anti-ageing products sooner in such cases, even if you are in your 20s and 30s. If not all, try to add one or two anti-ageing product in your skin care routine. Vitamin C and retinol-based products are good to start with, they boost collagen production and keeps skin younger.

4. Indulge in Overnight Sleeping Masks: Nourish and pamper your skin while you sleep with overnight sleeping masks. Laneige Water Sleeping Mask and The Body Shop Drops of Youth Bouncy Sleeping Mask are popular ones, but you can just use aloe vera gel to get similar benefits. Additionally, check out these “7 Awesome Ways to Get Glowing Skin Overnight.”

5. Use Facial Massage To Improve Blood Circulation: When you sit in front of the computer for long, your skin gets tired and dull. To rejuvenate it, you need to improve the circulation. Nothing works better than a good massage for this purpose. Use a good gel or cream-based product to massage the face. You can also use a roller-massager to massage the face. It relaxes the skin and also improves the circulation.

6. Use Jamsu or Skin Icing Rejuvenate Skin: Refresh and hydrate skin at the same time by doing skin icing or Jamsu. Applying ice cubes on the face is an amazing way to refresh and soothe the face after a long and tiring day. You can directly apply ice on the face or wrap it up in a soft cloth and apply it. Cold water or ice stimulates blood circulation and freshens up the skin. It also helps in tightening large facial pores and to refine the texture of skin. Korean women follow a kind of ice therapy called as “Jamsu” where they dunk their face in a bowl full of ice cold water to refresh skin and also fix their makeup. All you have to do is to remember to fill ice cube trays the previous night. Here’s how you can do the “Jamsu” method all by yourself at home (5 Steps To Katrina Kaif’s Ice Facial at Home).

7. Soothe Eyes with Cucumber Slices: Guess what, your eyes take the most drubbing with prolonged screen time. They often get dry and inflamed, and of course dark circles are quite common in people working from home. To calm down any irritation and to relax the eyes, applying sliced cucumber is a great solution. You can also try applying sliced potato. The juices sooth the skin around the eye and helps to remove the darkness.

8. Drink Enough Water: Are you drinking enough water, at least 2 liters in a day? Water hydrates the body, flushes out toxins, and turns dull skin to glowing. It also helps nutrients reach your skin easily, gives it a boost of radiance, improves skin tone, and maintains skin elasticity.

9. Eat Right: Nothing can help your skin and body as much as eating the right kind of diet can do. Following elaborate skincare routines will be of little use if you are not eating healthy food. In fact, antioxidant-rich foods, fresh vegetables, fruits improve skin’s quality and texture from within. Check out the Rati Beauty diet for nutrient-dense meal plans for more details.

10. Never Forget To Apply Moisturizer: Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize, day in and day out. Just like sunscreen, never skip a moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated, supple, and soft.

11. Remember To Exfoliate Skin Regularly: Regular exfoliation keeps skin smooth and healthy and clears out excess sebum, dead skin cells, blackheads and whiteheads. Here’s an effective homemade scrub with rice and milk to polish and reveal smooth skin from beneath.

12. Take Time To Workout: Even if you love to stay in your pjs all day along, do take out 30 minutes to 1 hour in a day to exercise and get that blood pumping, and get that glow from within.

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Chicago Family Vacation • Just One Cookbook

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We absolutely loved our Chicago family vacation and had a blast in the windy city. From views at the top of towering skyscrapers, endless shopping on the Magnificent Mile, to browsing through renowned museums, Chicago has so much to offer the entire family.

night view of downtown Chicago from Skydeck Chicago

We embarked on a Chicago family vacation during spring break and had no idea what to expect. We haven’t traveled to the midwest much and were excited about the adventure. Prior to the trip, Nami reached out to the JOC community and thank you all for your restaurants and places to visit recommendations. By the end of the trip, we all agree it was one of the best family trips we’ve taken and we absolutely loved Chicago. Ready to join us for the quick tour? Let’s go!

Chicago Family Vacation and Travel Guide

Our family spent a week in Chicago including a quick day trip to Milwaukee. We thought it would be plenty of time to see the city but there were still so many parts we missed. Here’s what we’ve learned on our trip and hope it’ll help you plan your visit to Chicago.

downtown Chicago at night

We used Go City Chicago for the attractions during our Chicago family vacation. We also used Go City when we visited Boston and found it a good value. Every location that requires a ticket we visited was covered by Go City Chicago except for the Art Institute.

360 CHICAGO at John Hancock Building

We started our Chicago family vacation at 360 Chicago at the top of John Hancock Building. It’s a great way to orient yourself with Chicago and have some thrilling fun. Besides great unobstructed views of the city for miles in each direction, 360 Chicago has an exciting Tilt Ride. Visitors hold on to the railing while the glass wall tilts downwards towards the street. It definitely scared me quite a bit while the rest of the family was fine. The perspective while on the Tilt feels as if you’re about to fall down the building.

Water Tower Place and John Hancock Building
360 CHICAGO and view of Chicago skyline
Tilt!

Magnificent Mile

Head south on Michigan Ave. and walk along the Magnificent Mile towards the Dusable Bridge and Chicago River. The Magnificent Mile is known for its many luxury stores, hotels, restaurants, and department stores. The street is very clean and there are plenty of walkways for pedestrians on both sides of the street.

view of Chicago skyline
looking south on Mag Mile

In addition to the many shops on Mag Mile, the world’s largest Starbucks (5 floors) is also on there!

Don’t forget to pick up some famous Garrett Popcorn while walking on Mag Mile. Their Garrett Mix is so addicting and we couldn’t stop eating.

DuSable Bridge and buildings along Chicago River
DuSable Bridge and buildings along the Chicago River

Chicago River Boat Architecture Tours

Near the DuSable Bridge, we boarded the boat for Chicago River Boat Architecture Tours. Prior to our Chicago family vacation, several friends who have done the architecture river tours highly recommended it.

The tour was simply awesome. Our tour guide was an architecture student and did a great job telling us about the buildings along the river and their history and background story. We learned about the design characteristics that made them unique as well as the firm that designed them. What made it even better was our guide adding his personal view on the designs and for us novices, it was quite entertaining.

Chicago Apple store that looks like an open MacBook
boarding was by the Apple Store which looks like an half opened MacBook

The boat tour got us acquainted with signature Chicago buildings very quickly and it was fun to recognize them throughout our trip. The boat goes west on Chicago River and then its south branch before coming back in a loop. The tour lasts about one hour.

Chicago’s skyline is very interesting as it has a mix of buildings designed from 1900 through the current time. There’s a signature look to each design period gothic to curved glass, and they all blend together beautifully forming the skyline.

It was 35º F (1º C)when we were on the boat ride and while it was enjoyable, the entire family needed to defrost at the hotel to get feeling back in our limbs. It was freezing!

Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

On the second day of our Chicago family vacation, we got a rental car since we wanted to visit locations that are a bit further and not as easily accessible by public transportation. The first stop we made was the Museum of Science and Industry.

What a fabulous museum and for those who love science, you can easily spend an entire day there. The exhibits are spread out through two enormous floors and we’ve never seen anything quite like it.

Rotunda at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

There are too many exhibits to mention here but some of the highlights to the museum for our family is the U-505 submarine exhibit. It tells the story of how the WWII German sub was captured near Africa and brought all the way to Chicago. The submarine is so large they had to build a entire structure around it after bringing it to the museum!

Another cool exhibit is on space and the actual Apollo 8 capsule is there! How cool is it to see something that’s been to space and back.

However, the most memorable part for us in the museum is Colleen Moore’s Fairy Castle! It simply takes your breath away with the details and workmanship that went into putting it together.

As we browse through the transportation gallery, there’s a 727 hanging in the sky. Perhaps that’ll help you understand how large these exhibit halls are.

transportation gallery at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

In the transportation gallery, there’s a giant train set (the largest we’ve seen) that depicts the railroad from Chicago to Seattle. Including replicas of downtown Chicago skyscrapers.

There are additional exhibits on energy, storms, mirror maze, and more.

The University of Chicago

Our next stop after the Museum of Science and Industry is the University of Chicago nearby. We are in the process of visiting college campuses as our son is heading to college in a few years. It’s been very interesting to visit campuses with our children and see the colleges through their eyes.

Saieh Hall For Economics

We love the beautiful gothic architecture and the grand buildings at The University of Chicago.

Frederick C. Robie House

Right near The University of Chicago campus is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces, the Frederick C. Robie House. A tour guide takes visitors through the house, and explains Wright’s design elements. Not only of the building, but details of each room, including window design, the fireplace, and the intricate grills for the lights.

If you are interested in Frank Lloyd Wright’s design, do not miss the tour!

Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio

Our next stop after the Robie House is Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio which is a bit far way (17 miles) in Oak Park. It’s part of the reason we planned all the itinerary that requires a rental car on the same day.

Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio

The guided tour covers both Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home and his design studio and takes about 1 hour. The design elements really clicked with us after the Robie House tour as we noticed the similarities. It was very interesting to find out Frank Lloyd Wright had quite a bit of Japanese influences in his designs from attending World’s Columbian Exposition and visiting Japan.

We learned quite a bit about his background on the tour, how he designed his family’s home, including the children’s playroom. Did you know Frank Lloyd Wright’s son (John Lloyd Wright) invented the Lincoln Logs?

After walking through his home, the tour continued to his studio. It was such an experience just to be in the same space as where Frank Lloyd Wright worked.

Frank Lloyd Wright Studio
Frank Lloyd Wright Studio

Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and did an excellent job of telling us behind-the-scenes stories about Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and personality.

Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum

Just a few blocks away from Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio is Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum. The famous author was born in this house which belonged to his maternal grandparents.

Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum

The tour is roughly one hour and covers Ernest Hemingway’s family history and their relationship to the house. The Queen Anne house has been restored to what it would have looked like in the 1890s.

piano inside Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum

It was quite interesting to learn about Hemingway’s family history and dynamics. If you’re a fan of his work, stop by and learn more about how he grew up!

framed pictures on the wall at Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Museum

The Art Institute of Chicago

On day three of our Chicago family vacation, we toured museums in the downtown Chicago area. We started at The Art Institute of Chicago, which was our favorite museum on the trip and we actually visited twice!

There are simply too many things to see and we had to go back a second time. The Art Institute is not part of Go City’s list of included attractions (it is part of City Pass). We purchased an annual membership which allowed us to enter 1 hour before the general public and that was fantastic. We felt like we had the museum to ourselves. It also allowed us to go back to the museum multiple times during the trip.

The Art Institute of Chicago

The museum is really large with unbelievable collections. You can easily spend days there. If you love art, we would recommend allocating at least 5-6 hours to give yourself some time to walk through the museum.

Besides artworks by masters like Monet, Van Gough, Pollock, and many others, there are large collections of sculptures, medieval armor, and many other types of art.

It was quite surreal to see how much art was all in one museum, there’s nothing close to it on the west coast. Since each of us likes different types of art we all got to enjoy what we liked.

One section of the museum we all loved is the miniature rooms on the lower floor. There are reconstructed rooms from different time periods and the details are simply astonishing. Don’t miss it!

English Drawing Room of The Georgian Period miniature
doesn’t this look like a real room?
English Drawing Room of The Georgian Period miniature
it’s a miniature!

Chicago History Museum

The next museum we went to is completely different, and it was about the history of Chicago. One recurring story we keep hearing about on the trip is the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Most of the city was burnt down with 17,000 buildings destroyed. The Chicago History Museum does a great job of explaining the fire, how quickly it spread throughout the night, and displayed artifacts including melted metal from the fire.

The museum is educational and most information is presented in a way even elementary children should be able to understand. Besides the Great Chicago Fire, there are exhibits on industries that had thrived in Chicago including retail. Other exhibits include Chicago’s sports team, renowned buildings, and famous designers. Expect to spend at least 2-3 hours going through the museum.

Skydeck at Willis Tower

At night, head to the Skydeck at Willis Tower and take in the colorful night view of the Chicago skyline. As you make your way to the elevator that takes you to the observation deck, there are a number of Chicago-related exhibits and info.

Chicago Architecture display at Skydeck Chicago

Shedd Aquarium

On day 4 of our Chicago family vacation, we continued to explore Chicago’s landmarks. Shedd Aquarium is our first stop. It is over 100 years old and has a great collection of aquatic creatures, including a coral reef tank.

In general, the displays and the tanks feel a bit dated compared to Monterey Bay Aquarium. Regardless, our son who loves animals and biology enjoyed every minute we were there.

As we made our way through the aquarium, we discovered the gigantic indoor Oceanarium. Wow! It was spectacular to see such a large tank and the dolphins jumping and splashing indoors. Expect to spend at least 2 hours in Shedd Aquarium.

Field Museum

Our next stop is the Field Museum right next to the aquarium. It is a natural history museum and its vast collection is unbelievable. The exhibits are spread over three very large floors with many halls, and each hall seems to contain countless artifacts.

American Bison

The lower floor has a large exhibition on Ancient Egypt and Underground Adventure.

In Underground Adventure, visitors are transported to an underground world where they’re shrunk to 1/100th of their size and learn about soil science.

The main floor captures all the visitors’ attention with Maximo the Titanosaur. The surrounding halls lead to exhibits on birds, nature, Africa, Jurassic Oceans, and more.

On the upper level, it contains a wide collection of gems, meteorites, items from the Pacific Islands, plants, and most importantly Sue the T. Rex!

If you have older kids and limited time, we would recommend skipping the aquarium and spending more time in the Field Museum. We could have easily spent an entire day in there if we had more time.

Walk Around Chicago

Besides the museum, Chicago has amazing outdoor spaces and parks to explore. It was a bit cold when we visited, some days 20F with the wind chill so we didn’t get as much opportunity to walk around. However, the weather is quite nice from May – Oct so plan your trip accordingly.

Cloud Gate

We loved walking around the downtown area and felt safe exploring. If your legs get tired, you can always jump on the L enjoy the elevated views!

Northwestern University

One of the side trips we took on the trip was to visit our former super-intern Kylie at Northwestern University! She gave us an awesome tour of the campus and even sneaked our kids into a classroom for a few min so they can see what college lectures are like. Thanks Kylie!

We hope you’ve enjoyed our Chicago family vacation so far. The weather was too cold during our visit so we didn’t visit many seasonal attractions including the Navy Pier. We’ll share where we ate and our visit to Milwaukee in the next post!

Lastly, let us know what we’ve missed on our visit to Chicago and we’ll add it to our next trip. We’re definitely going back!

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Beautiful British food for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee | Feature

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It’s the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June – what a great excuse for a party!

We’ve got a selection of beautiful British food that will transform any picnic or street party into a regal occasion. From jam tarts to miniature Yorkshire puds, this feast really celebrates the best of Britain.

Archie's royal roulade

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Royal Charlotte lemon drizzle cake

Every party spread needs a centrepiece, and these two cakes are pretty special. A lemon drizzle cake is a classic crowd-pleaser, but this recipe kicks it up a notch with four layers, and featherlight cream cheese icing. Or, if you want to get super-fancy, give Archie’s royal roulade a go – it’s bursting with fresh strawberries and cream and is an absolute joy to eat.

Charming Eccles cakes

These Eccles cakes are the perfect little parcels of citrus- and bay-spiked dried fruit wrapped up in flaky puff pastry. You can absolutely make your own pastry from scratch for these, but, if you’re tight for time, shop-bought all-butter puff pastry will be just as nice.

Epic roast chicken salad

Roast chicken and all the trimmings is really the pinnacle of British food. But, for a party or a picnic, this roast chicken salad with golden crunchy croutons, green beans and sweet cherry tomatoes works so well. Put a big plate of it in the middle of the table (or picnic rug) and let everybody help themselves.

Rainbow jam tarts

Jam tarts are humble, cheap to make and such a pretty treat. This is a great recipe to do with kids. It’s funny how simple pastry with a blob of jam can turn into something so exciting, with chewy bits, bubbling bits, crunchy bits and jammy jelly bits!

Baby Yorkshire puds

These crispy Yorkshire puds are served up with creamy smoked trout pâté. You can put the creamy smoked fish in one big serving bowl if you like, but it looks quite sweet to make up a few individual servings in little teacups. Around May and June you’ll start to see flowering chives around, and those are beautiful for decorating the top of the potted fish if you’re out to impress. This is dead quick, so just whack it right in the middle of the table so everyone can help themselves. Your guests will be fighting over it, I promise.

Crumbliest scones

If you want to make some delicious British food, then have a go at these crumbly scones – they’re so simple even a five-year-old could make them. Just remember that the less you touch the dough, the shorter and crumblier your scones will be. Get baking!

Marmite popcorn

This tastes just like buttery Marmite on toast. If you usually spread your Marmite thickly, go for the full two teaspoons – or even more if you’re a real fiend.

Smoked salmon toasts

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Home-cured beetroot gravadlax

It’s almost as easy to make these pretty smoked salmon toasts for 20 people as it is for two. The bite of the radishes and fragrance of the dill elevate a quick snack to something really special. If you want to take things to the next level, ditch the shop-bought smoked salmon and make your own beetroot-cured gravadlax. Epic!

Smoked mackerel pate

This mackerel pâté is really simple to whiz together and crazily moreish – pile the toast high!

Hungry for more? You’ll find more beautiful British food here.

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Help shape the US dietary guidelines, now!


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If you’re an American whose health or weight has been improved by keto or low carb eating, we hope you’ll speak up to shape the next version of the US Dietary Guidelines.

Your honest, personalized comments can help guide the process to include taking a harder look at the evidence supporting low carb diets.

Note: The timeline to provide input is short. The US government will close off comments at 11:59 p.m. EDT on Monday May 16, 2022.  Below, we’ve provided simple instructions and a link to add your voice to the review process.

But first, here’s a bit more background about what is happening and why the timing of your input is so critical.

Last month, the United States Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services (USDA-HHS) began the process of reviewing the Dietary Guidelines for 2025 by publishing a list of the scientific questions they propose to address. 

These are the questions that a special committee (so far unnamed) will review in order to create the new version of the guidelines for 2025 to 2030.

Unfortunately, not a single question — not one! — is asked about the science of low carbohydrate diets. If no questions about low carb diets are in the review process, the review committee will not examine the ever-growing body of evidence. In essence, they will ignore research amassed over the last 20 years that supports carbohydrate reduction for weight loss, diabetes management, and improving many other metabolic health issues. 

If the special committee doesn’t review this science, low carb diets will not be included as a healthy option in the next version of the guidelines. 

The current guidelines advise Americans to eat more than 50% of their daily calories as carbohydrates. These guidelines impact medical advice, government nutritional policy, and government programs and services. They even impact the menus in schools, hospitals, nursing homes, army bases, and more.

“We need [to encourage] the government to finally review the science that demonstrates the vast benefits of low-carbohydrate diets in helping people overcome diabetes, improve their cardiovascular health, lose weight, and so much more,” urges Jennifer Friedlin, president of the Nutrition Coalition. 

The Nutrition Coalition is a non-profit educational organization created with the primary goal to ensure that US nutrition policy is based on rigorous scientific evidence. The coalition is leading the effort to get US citizens to submit comments to the Dietary Guideline process, demanding that the set of scientific questions include a question about the evidence for low carb and keto diets.

This is the specific wording the coalition suggests be added to the list of scientific questions:

What is the effect of low-carbohydrate diets (including low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets, defined altogether as less than 25% of total calories or 100 grams of carbohydrates per day) on overweight/obesity, pre-diabetes/diabetes, and heart disease risk factors?

The coalition suggests that ordinary citizens request that the USDA-HHS include this question about low carb diets in the scientific review and then use their own words to share how their health and weight have improved with this way of eating. 

Since Diet Doctor shares the goal of improving world health based on healthier, evidence-based diets, we are urging supporters to submit a comment by May 16. Please submit a comment, and share this post to encourage others to share their perspectives. 

Here is the link to the commenting process.

Comment here!

For more information see a special page on the issue at The Nutrition Coalition.



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How To Lose Weight Living a Sedentary Lifestyle






At the outset, we would like to make it clear that we don’t “stand up for” (pun intended) sedentary lifestyle – you should make every effort to be on your feet, it’s best for your heart and overall health, and of course for weight loss. Researchers say “sitting is the new smoking” and you should make every attempt to get out of a such a lifestyle. It also has a cascading effect and triggers life-threatening disorders such as heart disease, stroke, and heightens the risk to develop type 2 diabetes and cancer. However, it’s a reality that 12-hour workdays are quite common in the corporate world as well as in other work sectors, and trying to squeeze one hour to hit the gym for those who are trying to lose weight is unthinkable for many. But who says losing weight is only possible in the gym, in fact, there are effective and equally healthier ways to shed weight, and some of them are listed down below.

How To Lose Weight Living a Sedentary Lifestyle

Why you Should Get Out of a Sedentary Lifestyle:

1. To reduce risk of lifestyle disorders such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.
2. Improve mood.
3. Helps you live longer.
4. Improves digestion.
5. Improves brain function.
6. Improve overall physical and mental health.

12 Ways To Lose Weight Living a Sedentary Lifestyle:

1. Meal Prep For The Entire Week: We end up eating calorie-dense food and thus lay the foundation to weight gain and obesity. Even with exercise, eating healthy and portion control of meals is important, which becomes extremely difficult when you eat out frequently or order food from restaurants every other day. With long work schedules and a sedentary lifestyle, keeping a single day aside for meal prepping will ensure you are eating healthy food for the rest of the week, and saves a lot of time during hectic weekdays where there is little time to cook homemade food. Preparing batches of healthy food and storing them up in the fridge will not only save a lot of money, it would also help cut down loads of calories that make their way through ordered foods from restaurants and eateries. Do check out the Rati Beauty diet to find simple, healthy, low-calorie meals to shed extra weight and to trim that waistline just by eating the right kind of food.
2. Fidget your Legs: Here’s a little thing you can do while sitting to burn up to 300 calories – just fidget your legs. So, make use of TV time, or just sit at the work desk and fidget those legs to torch up calories.
3. Get up from the Sitting Position Every Thirty Minutes: If your job requires you to sit on the chair for long periods of time, your body might not be making enough ‘lipase’ which is an enzyme that is required in the fat-burning process. When you stay in an immobile position for long hours, this essential fat-burning enzyme switches off. Try to keep your body active through the day; take small breaks every few minutes and if that’s not possible, keep fidgeting your legs to prevent the lipoprotein lipase enzyme from shutting down.
4. Eat your Meals in well-lit areas: Some studies have shown that people who eat in a well-lit room with bright lighting tend to make healthy food choices and eat lesser calories than compared to people who eat in dim lighting.
5. Do Not Stock Snacks in Work Desk and Pantry: You would be surprised to know that one of the major reasons behind people finding it extremely difficult to lose weight is through unhealthy snacking and if your work desk and pantry is full of them, you know why those love handles and belly fat is still there! Do clear out the pantry and work desk of calorie-dense snacks.
6. Drink At Least 2 Liters of Water: There’s hardly any effort required to sip on water, but we often forget to give our body enough water to run its physiological functions smoothly. It’s a fact that our body is not that efficient at differentiating between hunger and thirst signals. Most of the times, we are just thirsty, and instead of grabbing a glass of water to quench the thirst, we decide to rip open a pack of potato chips. To cut down empty calories, sip on water at regular intervals and do not stop at just 8 glasses of water to curb appetite and prevent unnecessary hunger pangs.
7. If you have the option to sleep or workout – choose sleep! It is more effective at burning calories and when your body has enough rest, metabolism is improved, hunger hormone drops, appetite is regulated, and stress hormone is lowered – all of them add up in the weight loss game. Sleep deprivation and less than 7 hours of sleep has a cascading effect on weight gain. Lack of sleep lowers metabolism and encourages hormones to store fat in the body and prevent weight loss from happening. So, do not compromise on sleep and get that mandatory 7 hours of sleep every night.
8. Hide Unhealthier Foods, Make Them Out of Reach: Studies have found that people tend to overeat food that comes in transparent packages compared to those that come in opaque packages. Taking it further, the most effective to stay away from junk food is to stop buying them or to keep them in places where it would take quite an effort to get them. Storing food in the kitchen and refrigerator makes it easy for anyone trying to fight boredom or to calm jittery nerves find them.
9. Try These Ways To Boost Metabolism: Metabolism is a process that torches up calories in the body, and a robust metabolism will ensure stored fat is getting used up efficiently in a calorie deficit situation. Thinking what could boost your metabolism? Try these “9 Ways to Speed up Metabolism to Lose Weight.”
10. Sleep in a Cool Room: Since the body requires considerable amount of energy to keep you warm, sleeping with the temperature turned down, will ensure that you are burning more calories while sleeping.
11. Cook with Minimal Oil: Have a tight control over the amount of cooking oil helps to cut down unnecessary calories . Certain oils such as olive oil, ghee, and coconut oil are considered good for health, but practice moderation with them too. Limit the use of oil as much as possible to cut down unnecessary calories. Here’s a list of “7 Low-Fat Cooking Oils for Indian Cooking” that you can check out.
12. Practice NEAT Activities: NEAT stands for non-exercise activity thermogenesis and is the energy we use for everything we do in our day-to-day life except for when we are sleeping or exercising. Using the stairs instead of the lift, squatting on the floor to lift something up, walking while talking on the phone, doing household chores, and getting on the feet every half an hour, all come under NEAT. All these activities help to burn some amount of calories and these bits of calories spent here and there, add up to a considerable amount when you are trying to lose weight.

With these tips, you can still lose weight living a sedentary lifestyle, but we would once again reiterate that we do not support sedentary lifestyle because it can trigger a host of health hazards.

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