Figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre show that in 2014, 58% of women and 65% of men in England were overweight or considered obese. Despite many people having a regime which effectively reduces their calories, weight loss still seems to elude them. New research by The Government's Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) has found that snacking could be the hidden culprit. It seems that more and more people are snacking and not taking account of their snack intake. Many national surveys conclude that the average adult consumes around 2,000 calories but new research suggests it could be almost 3,000 calories.
It was also found that people who weigh more, tend to record less of what they eat – as, for many, there seems to be so many foods to keep track of!
If you think you are one of these “snackers”, then there are things you can do to try and lose weight and avoid piling on the pounds.
Here are 5 easy steps to follow to make sure snacking is not a contributory factor to you gaining fat:
In conclusion, if you are one of these people that has tried everything and is still holding on to the weight, snacking can be a contributory factor. Make sure you stop it and if you really can’t, then at least stick to the above 5 rules.
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