Looking for a Wedding Diet? Choose Wisely
You're getting ready for your big day. But what to do about those stubborn extra pounds?
Big days like this don't come along often, and you'll want to look as sparkly and fabulous as you possibly can. Still, months of planning and organising can be exciting but also very stressful. This can cause you to eat too much, induce teenage-like spots on your skin and make you face that dreaded bloated feeling. And there you are, feeling less than wonderful on your big day. This is when many brides (or grooms) start Googling frantically, asking: "what's a good wedding diet?"
But beware, fad diets are rarely a good idea: They have no staying power! I've seen to many brides (and grooms) to be who lose the weight before they say "I do", only to pile the pounds back on once the honeymoon's over
There are many ways to skin this cat: go on a starvation diet (but be prepared to feel less than energetic in that heavy dress); meal deliveries (not real food); or weighing every portion (how tedious). You need to take a long-term view.
The ideal weight loss program is one that optimises your metabolism through eating a nutritious balance of protein, complex carbohydrates, essential amino acids and loads of fresh vegetables. It genuinely is the only lasting way to:
- Fine tune your metabolism to burn fat rather than sugar for energy
- Lose a dress or belt size (or two)
- Lose body fat
- Appear fresh and young again
- Get rid of that awful bloated feeling and
- Look and feel incredible for life.
It's vital to look further than your honeymoon, since having kids will be next on the agenda which means you'll want your body to be in great shape. Being sure that your hormones are well balanced, and having your weight, blood pressure and nutritional status are in tip top condition will provide you and your spouse the best chances of conceiving.
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