Weight Loss Tip: When you are eating out at a restaurant, don't automatically consider the serving on your plate to be "one serving". Most restaurants serve food that is two or three times the amount dietary guidelines recommend. Take half of your plate and instantly put it in a to go box so that you don't end up consuming more calories than you want to.
how to lose stubborn belly fat – cinnamon tea for weight loss – thyroid diet tea, pcos tea, diabetes tea, cinnamon for hormonal imbalance. have this weight loss tea on empty stomach in the morning and at bed time. Honey should be added only once the tea is warm and not hot. You can make double quantity and even refrigerate it without adding honey. honey should not be added to, too hot or too cold food. if using cinnamon powder, use 1/2 tsp.
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