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Ways To Reduce 300 Calories/day, Don’t Worry Here They Are!

According to a new research funded by the National Institutes of Health and published this month in the Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology that, if you trim out only 300 calories a day — the equivalent of six Oreo cookies you could gain benefit over diabetes and heart disease risk. Although the participants managed to achieve 10% decline in weight, 71% of it was fat.

Weight loss this way, brings significant improvement in 

already good levels of cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and other markers of risk for metabolic disease. 

The volunteers also had lower levels of a biomarker for chronic inflammation, which has been linked to heart disease, cancer and mental decline.

Tips to Reduce those 300 Calories

According to the USDA: 

Choose a thin-crusted plain pizza when you can. If you can’t bear giving up your sausage, split the meat from one piece on two slices—same flavor, fewer calories. 

Make your own dressing.

Share with us your tip to reduce those extra 300 calories and burn fat everyday.

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