Surviving the Snack Attack
- 26 February 2013 26 February 2013
When it comes to snacking, most people enthuse over crisps, biscuits and sweets and end up over indulging in a mini-meal. Snacks are supposed to help you stay full between meals and come in many under appreciated forms that can be good for your health, energy boosting and filling. The best news is that they can actually help you stay slimmer, if you snack on the right thing. People tend to make their worst diet decisions when they're famished. So, in order to survive the so-called 'snack attack', having nutritious snacks between each meal will increase your metabolism and help you burn calories.
When you're being active on a fitness holiday, keeping your energy up is even more important. Staying in the sunfor extended periods of time can drain you and tiredness will have a negative effect on what you consume at mealtimes. Many experts recommend eating smaller meals throughout the day as opposed to having three. This 'little and often' tactic is designed to keep your blood sugar levels stable so you don't hit that mid-afternoon crash and remain energised all the way through until dinner.
3 Simple steps you can take to snack healthily:
While snacking is sometimes regarded as the direct opposite of a healthy diet, it is clear that incorporating it into an active lifestyle can help you maintain and manage your weight. Snacking on the right things, at the right time will keep you feeling fuller for longer and prevent over indulging at meal times so it really is that simple to survive the 'snack attack'. Our weight-loss holiday programmes will give you personalised help in order to kick-start your diet and guide you towards achieving your ideal weight. You will learn exactly what is best for your own body and leave with the knowledge to lead a healthier lifestyle. Here is our top five healthy holidays for weight loss: