Weight reduction might be delayed for numerous reasons, but what we do after meals is important. Our weight reduction program also depends on what happens after lunch and supper.
A Heavy Dinner: Heavy meals take longer to digest, so eating them late at night might cause weight gain.
Sugary Drinks: Drinking juice, soda or any other sweetened drink with any meal can also lead to weight gain.
Water After Dinner: while staying hydrated is important, drinking water just after meals can dilute the stomach acids and impede digestion.
Meal-by-Meal: After a full meal or supper, avoid junk food. Desserts are appealing, but they may cause weight gain or delayed weight reduction if not regulated.
Naps After Dinner: Going for a nap or sleeping right after having a meal can have serious health complications too.
Exercising: Indulging in physical exercise after meals can lead to cramps, nausea, bloating, vomiting and also impair weight loss performance.