Include enough protein 

Eat more protein-rich foods like eggs, yogurt, and peanut butter for breakfast. Protein-rich foods make you consume fewer calories without restrictions.

Reduce sugar

Only 6-10% of our daily calorie intake should come from sugar. Replace it with jaggery powder or honey.

Eat more veggies

Vegetables are full of fiber, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, which keep us full for a longer time. They also contain nutrients that can reduce belly bloating. 

Don’t skip

Skipping breakfast will impact your metabolism and lead to heart diseases and obesity. Also, you’re less likely to overeat or resort to unhealthy snacking after a good breakfast. 

Drink more water

Staying hydrated aids in digestion, which eventually helps you maintain weight. Having it before meals suppresses your appetite, thus causing you to eat less.

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