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Take up this 7-day no junk food challenge

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Are you gaining extra weight? Are you feeling tired all the time? This can be due to your sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet. If you want to feel better, boost your energy and slim down, you should change your eating habits.

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It’s time to conquer your junk food cravings! We would like to show you a seven-day no junk food challenge that can help you develop healthy eating habits. This plan limits your processed food intake, balancing your diet with healthy products such as fresh veggies, fruits, berries, nuts, seeds, fish and lean meat.

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You should follow this diet plan for 7 days. Remember this rule: you are not allowed to consume foods from the forbidden list. Are you ready to challenge yourself? It can be difficult at first, but once you start following it, it won’t be a problem for you to continue a healthy lifestyle. We promise you that you will feel more energized and fit in just one week!

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The list of meals you are not allowed to eat during the challenge

  • Milk and white chocolate.
  • Ice-cream.
  • Chips.
  • Candies.
  • Donuts.
  • Pizza.
  • Pies and cakes.
  • White bread.
  • White rice.
  • Burgers.
  • Alcohol.
  • Soda and store-bought juices.
  • Creamy salad-dressings.
  • Fried meals.
  • Baked goods.

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Tips that can help you stick to the regimen

  • Healthy eating cannot give you immediate results. It takes time to lose weight, so you should develop healthy eating habits for long term goals.This seven-day challenge will motivate you to continue healthy eating beyond seven days. You should learn to control your appetite in order to lead a healthy lifestyle.
  • Physical activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. You should find workout types you like. It can be weight lifting, running, pilates, yoga, swimming or dancing. If you want to slim down, you should exercise at least three times a week.
  • The best way to conquer junk food cravings is to eat small servings of food six times a day. It can help you prevent overeating.
  • When you finish this challenge, you should ask yourself if you feel more energized. And if your answer is yes, you should continue your weight loss journey.

If you want to do even more for your body, why don’t you supplement healthy diet with some exercise? Check out this 20-min Full Body Workout at Home.

DISCLAIMER:

This article is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional advice or help and should not be relied on to make decisions of any kind. Any action you take upon the information presented in this article is strictly at your own risk and responsibility!

SOURCES:

  1. The Clean Eating Challenge (2019, livestrong.com)
  2. The Fast-Food Challenge (2019, webmd.com)
  3. What happens when you eat fast food? (2019, medicalnewstoday.com)
Olivia Johnson

Olivia Johnson

Olivia is a passionate writer and a whip-smart proofreader who takes pride in her ability to turn hard-to-digest information into an enjoyable read. She is a book worm, a life of the party, a meditation and fitness enthusiast, and a champion for healthy living all in one. Dissecting dietary fads, debunking long-established weight loss myths and delivering science-backed quality content is her top priority. When working on a piece, Olivia tunes into her own experience of trial-and-error weight loss which helps her cut through the clutter when doing extensive research. Her unbridled enthusiasm spills over into her work and motivates readers to chase after their full potential.

Jovial Paul

Jovial Paul

Jovial is from Dubai, and is a Head EMS Instructor/Fitness Manager/Nutrition Consultant for REMS Fitness. He is certified by the Gold’s Gym Fitness Institute and Registered as a Gym Instructor.
Jovial specialises in HIIT training, Rehabilitation/injury recovery, Strength and Conditioning, Kickboxing, Body Weight Training and Weight Training, and practices each discipline himself. His approach is to focus on improving his clients’ lifestyle by motivating them and setting an example.

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