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Slashing fat to become fighting fit: Some useful tips
Many studies indicate that obesity is fast becoming epidemic and by curbing appetite one cannot combat obesity. Keeping the foregoing in view, the food experts, Peter Wilde and his associates, at the Institute of Food Research in Norwich, are developing the food items that slow down the human digestive system.

According to the food experts, it is possible to make use of bread and yogurt that can be filling as well as control appetite to an optimum level and curb over-eating.

In the common parlance, obesity means being over-weight. But in medical science, obesity is related to excess body fat and not the access body weight. While from the nutritionist's point of view, obesity is a complex physiological phenomenon involving a large number of factors. If the body fat is excess by 33% than the normal, one is called an obese.

According to Wilde et al., it is possible to tweak the human digestive system through the food items especially developed for this purpose. Elsewhere scientists are trying to curb obesity through injections and implantable devices.

Some of the common tips for combating fat are as follows.

  • After getting up in the morning, drink warm water with lemon. Also, drink lots of green tea in morning and eliminate all juices.

  • Never ever eat sugar, white Pasta. Also cut down bread, bakery items, processed food and potatoes

  • Eat five small meals a day with lots of vegetables. Have whole and clean food

  • Do not eat anything after 7pm

  • Drink lots of water throughout the day and with all meals

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