TOP 5 ways to get rid of bad habits|Women’s magazine “Liza”

So we want to be slim, beau­ti­ful and ener­getic, but bad habits some­times pre­vent us from achiev­ing our goals. How to help your­self get rid of annoy­ing “neigh­bor­hood”? It turns out it’s sim­ple.



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The most impor­tant thing is to pay atten­tion to how much food you eat dur­ing the day, at what time and what is the ben­e­fit ratio? Pay­ing atten­tion to this, you can not only try, but also rad­i­cal­ly change your habits. I won­der what good habits can counter bad ones? By the way, the abbre­vi­a­tion vs comes from the word ver­sus and means “against” in Latin.

Hearty breakfast vs hungry morning

It has been proven that those who neglect meal num­ber 1 con­sume 40% more sweets and 55% more sug­ary drinks dur­ing the day than those who always eat break­fast. The pay­back for a bad habit is extra pounds and a 27% increase in the risk of car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease.

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Flax Flax vs Chips

Do you love chips and can’t refuse them? There is an alter­na­tive! Flax­es (flaxseed crack­ers) con­tain pro­teins, valu­able omega‑3 fats (in 1 tbsp twice as much prop­er fat­ty acids as in 100 g of salmon!), a huge amount of fiber that quick­ly sat­is­fies hunger, as well as oth­er valu­able com­pounds. For exam­ple, lig­nans, which com­bine the prop­er­ties of nat­ur­al hor­mones of phy­toe­stro­gens and antiox­i­dants, are hun­dreds of times more abun­dant in flax seeds than in any oth­er seeds and plants.

It is impor­tant to remem­ber that it takes only 21 days to estab­lish healthy eat­ing habits and imple­ment a healthy approach to nutri­tion.

Buckwheat noodles vs wheat

It has more pro­tein. And also buck­wheat is rich in fiber, use­ful for diges­tion and for a slim fig­ure. No won­der the Japan­ese love buck­wheat noo­dles. Reg­u­lar­ly includ­ing it in their menu, they also main­tain the lev­el of the dopamine hor­mone, which plays an impor­tant role in the process­es of moti­va­tion and learn­ing, makes us move for­ward (in every sense), set goals for our­selves and achieve them.

Orange vs orange juice

A glass of orange juice in the morning is the key to health

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Juice has 45% more calo­ries — main­ly due to sug­ar, how­ev­er fruits make you feel full much fasterthan juice with­out pulp (that is, actu­al­ly fiber). And the ben­e­fits of oranges, for exam­ple, are much high­er than even fresh­ly squeezed juice. This is because before we eat cit­rus, we clean it and willy-nil­ly feel first its aro­ma, and then its taste, which turns into a sep­a­rate sen­so­ry expe­ri­ence.

Adagio vs allegro

Chew slow­ly, advis­es the sci­en­tif­ic Jour­nal of Clin­i­cal Endocrinol­o­gy and Metab­o­lism. A fast style of eat­ing does not allow the hor­mone respon­si­ble for the feel­ing of sati­ety to be pro­duced, and here it’s not far from overeat­ing. Peo­ple who eat mind­ful­ly and taste­ful­ly con­sume 14 kcal less per hour and still feel fuller. Con­clu­sion: it is nec­es­sary to post­pone the fork and knife more often dur­ing meals.

Mint vs nighttime snack



Due to its strong and pecu­liar taste, mint sup­press­es appetite on a phys­i­o­log­i­cal lev­el. It is enough to drink mint tea, chew a few fresh leaves or brush your teeth with mint paste. But nei­ther a glass of moji­to nor mint choco­late has the same effect, sci­en­tists warn.

Espresso vs cappuccino

The type of cof­fee you pre­fer can say a lot about your habit­u­al calo­rie intake. 100 ml of espres­so con­tains only 2–4 kcal, cof­fee with milk already has about 40 kcal, with sug­ar — almost 60 (!). Many vari­eties of the drink, in fact, are a dessert with an ener­gy val­ue of 150–250 kcal, which for lovers of cap­puc­ci­no, mocha, lat­te can result in a set of 8 extra pounds per year.

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