01/5A healthy breakfast makes you feel full for longer and prevents you from binge-eating

A healthy breakfast makes you feel full for longer and prevents you from binge-eating

Being a superfood, Quinoa delivers all you need for an energetic start to the day. You can easily incorporate quinoa into your diet in the form of salads, veg quinoa dalia or smoothies. Quinoa puff is a good option to replace your fried snacks with.

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02/5Peanut butter with toast

Peanut butter with toast

Peanut butter is catching up among Indians. While the commercial version is loaded with sugar and refined vegetable oil, which will counter your efforts at weight loss, you can prepare plain peanut butter at home by just grinding a handful of the roasted nuts in a blender till you get a smooth buttery paste.

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03/5Eggs

Eggs

Eggs are also rich in vitamin D. They contain a substance called choline, which decelerates the fat-storing mechanism of the body, thus encouraging fat metabolism. But no matter what dish you prepare with eggs, just make sure that you steer clear of excess fat and refined sugar.

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04/5Oatmeal

Oatmeal

Being rich in fibre, this food leaves you feeling full for a longer time. Oatmeal is also a slow-release carbohydrate. Eating this about three hours before exercise has been shown to burn more fat.

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05/5Mixed sprouts

Mixed sprouts

Sprouted legumes and seeds contain a greater amount of fibre, protein, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Since these are rich in fibre, it is easily digestible and allows a slow release of sugars into the bloodstream, keeping you full for hours.

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