Many women decide to lose a few pounds before their wedding, and that is absolutely fine. But the objective should be to look and feel your absolute best, not somebody else’s.
If you’re serious about losing weight, consider working with a nutritionist who can tailor a diet plan specific to your needs. You can also schedule an appointment with an expert nutritionist from thehealth-space.com/bridal-nutrition-program.
For a lot of women, simply learning how to structure meals in the right way and knowing what to avoid are key steps in achieving their goal weight.
Base your meals around a protein source, healthy fats, and plenty of vegetables or salad, rather than starchy carbs like cereals, pasta, bread, or rice. It’s also important to keep highly processed foods and sugar intake to a minimum and avoid snacking between meals where possible.
Try to consume more protein than excess carbohydrates and fats. Protein requires more energy to be broken down by the stomach, therefore it increases your metabolism. It also helps to suppress our hunger hormone, ghrelin, which results in feeling fuller for longer, and is responsible for healing, maintaining, and revealing lean muscle. It’s what will make you look toned both in and out of your wedding dress!
Losing weight for your wedding day doesn’t have to be a punishment, it should be seen as a positive incentive that gives you the push to stick to it.