Drink the oil? Breakfast of chocolate cake? There was a very strange
thing to do to get a slim body. But, it could not hurt to try a unique
way to lose weight. Moreover, if the diet you do not go so far
succeeded. The following three tricks, as reported from Shape, known
to be effective enough to do to get their ideal body weight. A.
Drinking olive oil Seth Roberts, the originator of Shangri-La Diet,
which is also a psychologist, said the principle of flavorless
calories, to lose weight. Many do not believe in these ideas. But, a
few years later this idea proved to be effective to suppress appetite.
Shangri-La diet recommends to eat one to two tablespoons of olive oil
extra-light type, two times daily between meals. According to Roberts,
this trick can reduce the desire to eat and lose weight naturally. He
theorized, if you eat foods with a familiar taste, rich flavor, then
the brain will continue to stimulate hunger and trigger weight gain.
Intake by eating unfamiliar, it's not too bad, the desire to eat can
be suppressed. Worth a try, right? 2. Eating sugary foods when eating
You are among those who like to cook? Lest they always taste the food,
nnaik weight uncontrollably. Some experts suggested to suppress the
desire to consume excessive tasting mint candy while cooking. You can
also eat cinnamon powder or sour foods. The trick is that you do not
always include a variety of food into the mouth while cooking. 3.
Breakfast chocolate cake Trick this one, you should also try. Make a
sweet chocolate cake, for breakfast. The team of researchers from
Israel found that a piece of chocolate cake breakfast which is
equivalent to 600 calories and contains protein and carbohydrates, can
help reduce weight. The key was located on the body's metabolic
processes in the morning. By morning, the metabolic processes are most
active period and the ability to process calories, too much either.
"Eating a sweet dessert in the morning, can control your appetite for
the rest of the day," said Professor Daniela Jakubowicz, a researcher
from Tel Aviv University.