Top 5 Bad Habits That Make Your Belly Grow

Everyone wants and needs to eat, but nobody wants to have a big belly. In order to get rid of the belly is not necessarily to torture yourself with hunger and eat only air. It is important to eradicate bad habits and acquire the right.

Here we name the top 5 bad habits that make your belly grow.

Carbonated drinks and sweet tea

This is a good way to enrich carbohydrates. Thereafter the heart feels good and no feeling of heavy stomach. Just a tea with cookies and a glass of cola. 200 ml of tea with sugar and 300 ml carbonated water contain 30-35 kcal. It’s not much, but often one cup a day is not enough for you.

Diet cola will not help, it’s almost the same caloric content there.

But the main danger of the carbonated beverage is that they make your appetite grow.

If you want to drink – use water and unsweetened drinks.

Large plates

This is confirmed by a various studies: when you are holding a large plate, any portion seems to be a little. And vice versa: in small plate, even a little portion looks very big.

So take a small plate each time, and you will be surprised how quickly you will feel full.

Eating at night

The trouble is not what we eat before bedtime and that we sleep with a full stomach, but because of this you do not want to have breakfast early.

Nutritionists confirm that if the period between dinner (at any time) and breakfast took 12 hours – you won’t gain extra weight.

Eating because of bad emotions

To treat your bad mood by eating is not the right way of solving your problems. It has been established that it does not bring calm, but only gives a stupefying sense because the blood pours from the brain to the stomach.

It is noteworthy that the same effect can be achieved by intensive jog or lifting to the 14th floor on foot.

Eating «so-called» healthy products

Several studies have shown that when people see the label on the package “without fat”, “dietary product” and similar labels, it tears protective barriers.

Better an honest, but a small piece of cake than the bucket of dietary crackers.