Weight Loss Tip: Don't be afraid to speak up when you are trying to lose weight. Well-meaning friends and relatives might be inadvertently sabotaging your efforts by showing love with gifts of food. It's okay to point out that you don't need a second helping, or to turn down an offer of desert by a co-worker at lunch.
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7 am : lemon honey water
8: 30 am:
2 bananas, sliced
1/2 pomegranate seeds
10:30 am: 1/2 cup thick curd, 1 tbsp pomegranate seeds, chopped fresh leaves to garnish
12.30 pm: lunch with 2 roti and sweet potatoes
3.30: snack on dry fruits, half a handful
7 pm: dinner with poha
drink plenty of water all through the day
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