It’s a well-known fact that being overweight is a problem. People also relate weight loss with science and makes it look tough, though it isn’t. Here I’ll show you how easy it is provided that you stay motivated and consistent with your diet and with your workouts.
This article focuses on the complete dynamic vegetarian diet plan with the foods that are easily available in any grocery store and are pocket-friendly.
To lose weight, an individual needs to consume fewer calories than he/she requires.
The first thing that you should do is to determine your daily calorie requirement and subtract 500 calories from it (Learn more).
The next thing that you should do is to formulate a diet plan that works best for you. I’ll provide a sample diet plan that will help you get an idea on how you should go about.
|Moon Daal 200g cooked
|Roti (2 pcs)
Moon Daal 200g cooked
TOTAL PROTEIN: 80.5g
TOTAL CARBS: 205.6g
TOTAL FATS: 56.2g
TOTAL CALORIES: 1649.8
HOW TO COOK?
Now that you have formulated your diet plan, make sure you cook it the right way.
Do not use butter, refined oil, mustard oil for cooking. Get a non-stick cooking spray from Amazon (It costs around Rs. 200).
If you like to treat your taste buds well, feel free to dress your salads with olive oil.
Working out is caramel to the pudding. It helps you burn calories faster.
You do not need a gym to burn calories. Simple, no-equipment workout does the job (Learn more about HIIT).
If you go to the gym, focus more on the compound exercises. Use light-weights and perform higher repetitions. Add in some super-sets and drop-sets to make your training session more intense.
TRY FOR YOURSELF
You can replace the meals shown in the above sample diet plan with the foods that you like. Remember to keep your carbohydrate consumption in check. Counting calories and macros is a good starting point.
Also remember to track your fat consumption as well, as it has 9 calories per gram, whereas the protein and the carbs have 4 calories per gram.
So what are you waiting for? Start now!