5 Everyday Habits That Are Making You FAT



Being healthy is something that everyone craves for or at least something that everyone wants to showcase others. 

Almost everyone is well aware that due to our improper lifestyle & routine our health does gets affected. But there're many more causes at which people generally do not give a second thought, but these little things make our fitness goals/ health get derailed in ways that we don't even think about. 

Here're Top 5 Everyday habits that are sabotaging your health and making you fat without you even realizing it.

  • Fat Gainer No. #1 : Eating Quickly
In today's world, people are busier than ever and want to finish their meals as quickly as possible. This habit may help you in coping with time management but in turn can take a big toll at your health. 

Studies show that improper chewing and rapid eating can lead to metabolic syndromes and may even triggers heart related issues.

When people eat too fast they tend to not feel full and are very likely to over eat, leading to more weight gain or making you fat. Eating rapidly causes bigger glucose fluctuation, which can lead to insulin resistance. So, if you're a fast eater by habit, try taking smaller bites and giving more time in chewing.

  • Fat Gainer No. #2 : Eating While Internet Browsing or Watching TV
With easy reach to fast track technologies like Internet, Television, People oftenly eat while watching Internet Videos, Television series, making them eat more food than required as a result of distraction and leads them to gain more fat

As per a studies conducted, people ate more food when distracted in comparison to people who ate with focus on their meal. Statistics also show that you eat 5 - 10 times more when you eat while watching TV, when leads to extra calorie intake and eventually makes you fat in the long run. So while you're eating, try to remove all distractions and focus on your meal, it will be much more enjoyable experience.

  • Fat Gainer No. #3 : Drinking Extra Calories via Refreshments
Soft drinks that people oftenly take as refreshments contains large quantity of sugar & calories, drinking them on a continuous basis will make you fat and result in weight gain.

For other beverages like fruit juices, The body does not responds to fruit juices the same way as it feels after eating raw fruits, means you're likely to feel hunger again, even after having fruit juices. Hence with this routine, you'll create a calorie surplus in you body and are likely to have weight gain with more body fat.

  • Fat Gainer No. #4 : Taking Big Bites While Eating 
This goes hand in hand with the point of weight gain due to eating quickly . People who take big bites while eating consume 54% more calories in one sitting than those who took small bites and chewed longer!

So, it is best to take small bites and chew food properly before engulfing in, so that you can increase your enjoyment and can feel more satisfied after having your meal.

  • Fat Gainer No. #5 : Not Drinking Enough Water
Inadequate amount of water intake can make you feel thirsty, and thirst urge can be mistakenly perceived as hunger or food cravings by the body. In One study, researchers found that people who drank two cups of water before breakfast ate 22% less calories than the one who skipped drinking water.

Therefore, it's best to include plenty of  plain water in your routine as it is "Zero In Calories" and has zillion other benefits to health.

So there are many everyday lifestyle habits that can make you fat, but the good thing is that you can take control on that by just avoiding few points mentioned in this article. Try to get the most out of your healthy diet and avoid ruining your precious health by some petty improper habits.  


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