Yourwellness Magazine Explores Portion Control for Weight Loss

With Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson admitting the secrets behind her recent weight loss, Yourwellness Magazine revealed their biggest secret to weight loss; portion control.

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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 29 December 2013

Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson has come clean about her recent weight loss, OK Magazine reported December 12th. The article, “Made In Chelsea's Louise Thompson reveals the secret behind her recent weight loss,” noted that Thompson has had a weight loss procedure called 'lipoglaze' on her legs, as she wanted to look more ‘toned’. Thompson commented, ‘It's actually quite similar to a massage. A suction device gets placed on your body and it freezes the fat, which supposedly kills some of the fat cells…I didn't want to lose weight. I don't care about that. I just want to look toned.’ (http://www.ok.co.uk/celebrity-news/made-in-chelseas-louise-thompson-reveals-the-secret-behind-her-recent-weight-loss)

Following on from this, Yourwellness Magazine revealed their biggest secret to weight loss; portion control. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘For many people, their diet isn’t the problem. It boils down to how much of everything you’re eating, and portion control is a big problem for a lot of people. From the portions we serve ourselves to the portions served in restaurants, it has helped to create an obesity crisis that we’re now struggling to get out of. Naturally, the main offenders are the foods themselves but how much of what we eat also plays an important role.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/biggest-secret-weight-loss-portion-control/#sthash.QceTquTt.dpuf)

Yourwellness Magazine pointed out that while the biggest culprits of the average diet are cakes, biscuits and desserts, people also tend to overdo their portions of breads, fizzy drinks, chicken dishes and pizza. Yourwellness Magazine recommended that readers replace these dangerous foods with healthier choices, such as seafood (at least eight ounces a week), whole grains (at least half of our grain intake) and low fat foods, such as lean protein, eggs, beans, fruit and vegetables. Yourwellness Magazine added that using smaller plates can help trick the body into feeling full with less food.

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