Eat smaller dinners.
Large meals aren’t a good idea when considering weight loss, especially during dinner time. After dinner, only a few hours before bed, people generally don’t do much exercise, therefore the body tends to burn less energy. It is more helpful to eater smaller meals and low energy foods at night.
The average person out there skips breakfast, due to a range of reasons such as time constraints. The harm of skipping breakfast from a weight loss perspective is it makes you eat a huge lunch since your body hasn’t had anything in the past 12 (or more) hours. When you eat a huge lunch you get that after meal drowsiness so now you’re both unproductive and inactive. However breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Even an apple or a yogurt is better than nothing. Ideally, your breakfast should be the biggest meal of the day, lunch the second, and dinner the smallest.
Keep metabolism steady.
Eating one small meal every three hours that you are awake will not speed up your metabolism, rather, it will keep it going.
Drink more water every day.
For fat loss purposes, it is important to remind yourself that thirst is a much weaker stimulus than hunger. If you consistently feel hungry after meals, don’t immediately think that you need to eat more. You may simply be thirsty!
Following the above 6 simple steps, you will be well on your way in getting that six pack in 6 weeks!