Daily Diet Plan For Burning Belly Fat And Losing Inches Per Week

Dietary plan for burning belly fat and losing inches​

Drinking enough of water and eating a balanced diet are essential throughout the week. Try to drink 2.5 to 3 litres of water every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Salads and uncooked fruits should not be salted. Alcohol and highly concentrated carbohydrates and sweets should also be avoided. Maintain a regular eating routine: breakfast at 9 a.m., midmorning snack at 11:30 a.m., lunch at 1-2 p.m., a snack at 4 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m., and relaxing chamomile tea at 9 p.m.

First Day:

Make sure you stay hydrated on the first day by drinking 2.5 to 3 litres of water per hour. Keep your diet nutritious as well by avoiding adding salt to salads or raw fruits. Choose healthy breakfast options like vegetable dalia with curd and a walnut and almond snack in the middle of the morning. Have roti with mixed veggies and dal for lunch, and for a late-afternoon snack, opt for green tea with sprouts. Finish the day with a healthy dinner of grilled chicken salad and a calming cup of chamomile tea.

Day 2:

Day two is all about eating right and staying hydrated. Make sure you consume enough water—2.5 to 3 litres per day is a good goal—and stay away from bread and rice. Make healthy breakfast choices, such as idli with sambar and green tea, and a mid-morning snack of yoghurt with berries. Have brown rice and fish curry for lunch, then end the day with a fruit salad. Dinner is a stir-fried mixture of vegetables with hummus and chamomile tea to relax with.

Day 3:

Consider hydrating and practicing mindful eating on the third day. Mehakdeep (Mac) Singh, Fitelo’s co-founder and dietician, advises against salting raw fruits or salads and instead suggests consuming 2.5 to 3 litres of water daily. Start your day with green tea and muesli with fruits. For a cool midmorning snack, have a pineapple salad. For lunch, go for a hearty quinoa salad and in the afternoon, have some carrot sticks and hummus. Dinner will be grilled tofu and steamed veggies, followed by chamomile tea to wind down at the end of the day.

Day 4:

Day 4 is all about making good decisions and staying hydrated. Drink 2.5 to 3 litres of water per day to stay properly hydrated, and refrain from combining rice and wheat. Pick wholesome breakfast options like Greek yoghurt with chia seeds and berries, and for a midmorning snack, have a green apple. Savour grilled chicken with steaming veggies for lunch, then in the afternoon, treat yourself to a carrot-cucumber salad. After dinner of whole wheat toast and egg clear soup, chamomile tea is served for a restful night’s sleep.

Day 5:

Day five is all about staying hydrated and choosing healthy foods. Try to consume 2.5 to 3 litres of water, and avoid seasoning salads or raw fruits with salt. Start your day with avocado toast for breakfast, and for a midmorning snack, have a fruit salad instead of a combination of citrus and non-citrus fruits. Make a quinoa salad with cherry tomatoes and chickpeas for lunch, and then have a makhana cucumber salad in the afternoon. Finish the day with dinner of sautéed vegetables and a cup of chamomile tea to unwind.

Day 6:

Day six is all about eating well and staying hydrated. Aim for 2.5 to 3 litres of water each day to ensure you are getting enough, and do not combine rice and wheat. Savour veggie poha for breakfast and sip on some lemon water in the middle of the morning to stay hydrated. Have rice and chicken curry for lunch, then in the afternoon have a beetroot salad as a snack. For supper, there’s chicken soup to keep you warm and cosy, and then chamomile tea to help you relax before bed.

Day 7:

Day seven is dedicated to health and staying hydrated. Try to consume 2.5 to 3 litres of water, and avoid seasoning salads or raw fruits with salt. Start your day with a paneer sandwich and green tea for breakfast. For a midmorning snack, have almonds and walnuts. Choose lentil soup for lunch, and have a green tea and sprouts snack in the afternoon. Finish off the day with dinner of anar and makhana raita and chamomile tea for a restful sleep.

Not to do when trying to lose weight

Avoid crash diets and severe calorie restriction when trying to lose weight as these might cause nutrient deficiencies and slow down the metabolism. Avoid sugary snacks, highly processed or calorie-dense foods, and excessive alcohol intake as they might undermine weight loss attempts. Without first speaking with a healthcare provider, avoid relying entirely on supplements or weight loss medications as they may have negative side effects. You can become frustrated and discouraged if you establish unrealistic goals or compare your accomplishments to others’. Finally, try not to skip meals as this can mess with your metabolism and cause you to overeat later. For weight loss to be sustained, moderation and consistency are essential.

Why is nutrition crucial?

Diet is important during weight loss because it affects calorie intake and the balance of nutrients, both of which are necessary for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight. A balanced diet full of fruits, vegetables, lean meats, and whole grains allows people to eat less calories without sacrificing the nutrients they need to stay healthy.