Get an early night
Just four nights of sleep deprivation can reduce insulin sensitivity in fat cells by 30%, reducing your body’s production of the hormones that regulate hunger. Hello cravings!
Eat a hearty breakfast
Studies show that people who eat a protein-rich breakfast will consume around 210 fewer calories during the day than those who choose a carb-heavy meal.
Get on the bottle
Have a decent sized water bottle on your desk at work, or kitchen bench at home. Thirst is often mistaken for hunger, so having some H20 will help your hydration levels and prevent snacking.
Keep your body guessing
Changing up your workouts regularly as we do in our fitness classes means you avoid the dreaded plateaus = better fat burning + more lean muscle = shaping up!