Office going guys know well that how it is so difficult to manage weight. For almost eight or more hours a day without engaging in any sort of physical activity these people sit and focus on their work. If these office workers also spend long hours travelling from their homes to their offices they are inactive for up to 12 hours a day. Hence it results in a variety of dietary problems, including overweight and poor eating habits. Keeping that in mind here we are giving you some diet tips for healthy living.
You should eat a balanced and varied diet, it includes -Fruit and vegetables, Whole, unsifted, high-fiber grains and cereals, fat-free milk and dairy products, lean meat and fish or eggs.
Avoid overweight – Avoid eating fat-loaded snacks available at your canteen. After eating your lunch have a 10 minutes walk in the break time. It is very necessary.
Have a low-fat, high-fiber diet to reduce your energy intake without leading to deficiencies and endless cravings.
Strictly avoid slimming pills and fad diets. Fad diets, which are either lacking in one or more macronutrients (e.g. carbohydrates) or food groups, or are so low in energy that they make you feel weak and wobbly, so they should be avoided.
Combine the low-fat, high-fibre slimming diet with regular exercise to achieve the best results. Use the stairs at the office.
Drink plenty of water, but not too much – Drink about four glasses of water (1 litre) during work hours in addition to all the other liquids you ingest (tea, coffee, cold drinks, fruit juice).
Never skip breakfast – It is the keynote! Research has repeatedly shown that people who eat breakfast perform better at work, get less tired during a long working day and have more energy than those who only snatch a cup of coffee while they sprint for the bus.