Skipping Lunch To Lose Weight – Is It A Good Thing?

Weekly review – What is the best time during the week you can review? Set aside one day per week for a review session and use that time to review class notes and other materials.

Pour the oat mixture into two ramekins sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until the liquid is absorbed and it is firm when you gently shake the ramekin.

Study space – What is the best study space you can think of? Dedicate a quiet study space that is free from distractions where you can concentrate and focus solely on your studies. Let your friends and family know that this is your time to study and not to disturb you during these times.

According to a recent USDA study, overweight adults tend to eat significantly more calories at night than normal-weight adults, but they eat only slightly more calories at other times of the day. Another recent study from the University of Texas showed that it’s much easier to overeat at night, mainly because late-night snacking seems less satisfying than snacking earlier in the day. Other studies have found that many people eat close to 50% of their daily calories at night!

Well, maybe. That is if you like your grain plain. The grain we’re talking about is oatmeal. Yes, that bland tasting, cholesterol lowering, heart disease reducing, protein rich grain most commonly found in a round cardboard canister. Whether your oats are rolled, crushed or ground like Irish oatmeal, a little imagination and creativity goes a long way in designing your own favorite and healthy breakfast.

Again, you need to add protein in all meals. The easiest way to have proteins for lunch is to store leftovers from last nights dinner. Chicken chunks and pieces of fish, all are great sources of proteins. Just add them in your lunch over salads.

Any positive change in your eating habits, even a small one, is beneficial. You don’t have to limit yourself to eating only vegan foods, and you don’t have to go “all out” and eat only natural, organic foods either. If you want to eat that way, then great! But, you don’t have to. You can still eat healthy by just changing a few habits. And, you can “ease into” a healthy lifestyle if you want.

Step Two: Exercise for 30-60 minutes. I know exercise is the last thing on your mind on a busy holiday, however it is worth your effort. You will negate some of the extra holiday calories and your metabolism will climb even higher.