Here’s how to make your kitchen diet-friendly
Visiting the gym regularly and trying to eat healthy, but are the results eluding you? Take a look at your kitchen. Is it somehow hampering your progress?
Here’s what to do…
If you’re the only one in your family on a diet, make sure to keep all that junk food out of sight. Unhealthy items in the refrigerator means they’re easily accessible and more tempting than usual. Instead, keep healthy food in sight, which will help you stick to a diet.
Use your refrigerator door to inspire you: Stick some inspirational magnets, which encourage you to stick to your diet and remind you why eating healthy will be so beneficial. You could also stick old pictures of yourself or of someone else who serves as your inspiration. Sticking your dietary schedule on the fridge is also a good idea to keep you on track.
Use smaller plates: While this may not really seem like an effective option, experts say using a smaller plate means you will eat in smaller portions. Studies say that when you put lesser food on your plate, your brain begins to feel fuller faster.
Don’t eat in front of the TV: One of the biggest mistakes people make is to have their meals while sitting in front of the TV. When you do this, your attention is not on your plate and you end up eating more than you actually require. Have a separate dining area where you can eat your meals.
Store spices: Did you know that spices like cinnamon, black pepper and ginger not only add flavour to your food but are also great for those on a diet? So, ensure that your kitchen is always well-stocked with seasonings and spices.
Keep the kitchen clean: No one enjoys whipping up meals in a kitchen that is dirty or perennially in disarray. Keep your kitchen neat and clean so that cooking becomes a delight. Clean up after every use and make sure it stays that way.