1- lack of sleep
It promotes low leptin levels in the body. This hormone stimulates energy expenditure and acts as an appetite suppressant.
2- too cold
According to studies, we tend to eat more when cold. While in the heat, appetite decreases. With summer upon us, do not hesitate to enjoy the warmth and drink plenty of water.
3- Zero alcohol?
We often hear that to lose weight, you must remove any drop of alcohol in your diet. But zeroing your drinking may have the opposite effect and make you gain weight. Because according to recent studies, people who drink a few glasses of alcohol per week gain less weight than those who do not drink at all. Is that moderation is key! But be careful not to exceed the four glasses a day! Recall that a glass of wine provides about 100 calories, a glass of beer and 140 calories a glass of whiskey contains 380 calories.
4- Water in food
Drink 1.5 liters of water a day is good, but do not forget to consume foods that also contain a significant amount of water, such as fruit, vegetables, milk and dairy products low in fat. Moisture content exceeds 80%. Meat and fish contain from 60 to 70%.
5-Not enough potassium
Remember to include foods rich in potassium in your diet. These foods are low in calories and they have an appetite suppressant effect. Spinach, asparagus, peas, tarragon, lentils, walnuts and almonds are among foods high in potassium.