The dietitian says the secret of long-term weight loss lies in your DINNER – and reveals why you should never eat anything after 8 p.m.
- Dietitian Susie Burrell revealed why the secret of weight loss is a light dinner
- She explained that you should never eat later than 8 p.m. to give the body a break
- Susie said that a dinner that contains less than 400 calories will make you slim
- Something like vegetable frittata, white fish with vegetables and stir-frying
Dietitian Susie Burrell has revealed why the secret of long-term weight loss is a light dinner – and why you should never eat later than 8 p.m.
The Sydney-based expert said that although for many of us dinner is the biggest meal of the day, we should actually be eating fewer calories right now to give our bodies a well-deserved break.
Susie recommends that you eat no more than 300 or 400 calories at 6 p.m. and said that you should never eat later than 8 p.m.
Dietitian Susie Burrell (photo) has revealed why the secret of long-term weight loss is a light dinner – and why you should never eat later than 8 p.m.
Between snacks, alcohol, and a carb-laden dinner, it's easy for the calories to spiral when you get home – but Susie said you should keep the dinner (in the photo) up to 400 calories or less
& # 39; It's not uncommon to see customers who consume more than 1,000 calories every day after 6:00 PM – so it's a miracle that many of us find it hard to ward off the pounds? & # 39 She wrote about her blog.
Between snacks, alcohol and a heavy carbohydrate-laden dinner, it is easy for the calories to spiral when you get home and go on the couch.
One of the & # 39; most powerful & # 39; steps you can take to lose weight, Susie said, is keeping your supper light.
& # 39; A light supper not only means that you wake up more the next day and are hungry for a breakfast meal, but & # 39; eating light at night helps you sleep better and support weight loss, if that's your goal, & # 39; she explained.
Susie said that meals such as the frittata can contain as many as 240 calories if you make them with eggs, grated vegetables and not too much cheese (stock image)
If you want to keep your dinner under 400 calories, Susie said the trick to focus your dinner on vegetables and salad while keeping your protein portions small.
A piece of meat, chicken or fish the size of a palm is enough, she said, and if you like wine, carbohydrates and dessert, it's best to make a choice between one or the other if you want to stay slim .
& # 39; The most important thing is to give yourself a food time – ideally we have & # 39; at least 12 hours without food at night, which means you have to turn the kitchen lights off at the latest, & Susie said.
If you absolutely must eat something afterwards, try something low in calories – such as berries or herbal teas or hot chocolate with little sugar.
Susie & # 39; s ideal dinner choices are naked burgers, which she serves with salad, shrimp stir-fry, turkey meatballs, grilled fish and roasted vegetables and vegetable frittata
Susie & # 39; s ideal dinner choices are naked burgers, which she serves with salad, or stir-fry shrimp, turkey meatballs, grilled fish and roasted vegetables or vegetable frittata.
She said that meals such as the frittata can contain as many as 240 calories if you make them with eggs, grated vegetables and make it easy with cheese.
& # 39; While tuna and salmon contain more calories thanks to their rich omega 3 content, if you stick to white fish and combine it with a bucket full of low-carbohydrate vegetables such as zucchini, eggplant, peppers, onion and pumpkin, find a perfect balance between low calories and low carbohydrates, & Susie said.
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