The Simple Indian Weight Loss Diet Plan
+ Indian Weight Loss Diet Chart
FACT: We Indians are becoming fat.
Research proves that the situation is worse for Indian females looking to lose weight with a diet chart.
It does not matter whether you are searching for a satvic, or a vegetarian diet chart for weight loss.
Urban Indians are in big trouble.
And that is why we have brought this Indian diet plan to reduce weight, without trying any of those scammy products (belts, pills, etc.)…
It is no secret that most of us Indians dream about having a fit and lean body, but simply don’t know how to go about it.
With so many weight loss programs that are being endorsed these days, so many nutritionists and dietitians, it does leave you confused.
Not knowing what works best for us, we often randomly pick up a weight loss diet plan and start following it diligently, in the hope that it will bring us the desired result.
However, a haphazardly chosen weight loss diet never offers you the outcome you wished for.
A better option would be to know the basic rules of a fat loss and nutrition program before you start. Knowing what is best for your body will not only help you gain more knowledge about what to do but also provide you knowledge about what not to do during those 7, 15 or 30 days of the weight loss plan or chart.
A diet for weight loss is not just about eating the right foods; it has a lot to do with the portions you are eating, the amount of water you are drinking (to keep yourself hydrated), the amount of time you allot for physical activities, and many such factors.
In order to be able to accomplish your goal, you must plan all your activities that you will be doing during the next few weeks.
Through this blog post, you will learn how to lead a disciplined lifestyle while having fun.
We often associate “discipline with boring”, but that is not necessarily true.
We often hear people complain about how their (Indian) diet programs were a waste of time as they did not help them lose any weight.
What we do not know is whether the diet program they chose for themselves was followed correctly or not. You do not have to do anything drastic to shed those extra kilos. It doesn’t have to be a tumultuous task.
So today we give you a step-by-step procedure, which will require you to take one step at a time, thus, making it easier for you to stick to your diet program.
A successful Indian weight loss diet does require a small amount of commitment from you.
This doesn’t mean that you will be left starving at the end of the diet plan.
Nope, far from it. We totally understand how much an Indian loves his/her food! 😉
In fact you will be eating enough and eating healthy. Also, you will be privy to all the little tricks and weight loss tips that can speed up your fat loss process.
So in short, this page will provide you with everything that you ever wanted to know about a weight loss diet.
The Indian Diet Chart For Weight Loss (For Females and Males)
BREAKFAST (choose one):
1 bowl sprouted lentils garnished with coriander with a serving of home-made curd (dahi). 3-4 Idlis with sambhar or chutney.
- Oats upma with carrots and green peas.
1-2 mix-veg or methi parantha with home-made curd. 1 whole wheat chapati/roti with home-made veggies. Sumptuous smoothie containing 1 scoop whey protein, milk or almond milk, and some dry and regular fruits or even green veggies. 4 Egg whites with 1 slice of whole wheat bread. (You can scramble the eggs, hard boil them, the choice is all yours.)
LUNCH (choose one):
2 whole wheat or multi-grain chapati/roti with home-made veggies and a bowl of dal. Brown rice with dal or home-made veggies + a glass of buttermilk. 2 whole wheat or multi-grain chapati/roti with a non-veg item (lean chicken or fish).
- Chicken breast with boiled vegetables.
2 full egg omelettes with 1 whole wheat or multi-grain chapati.
DINNER (choose one):
2 whole wheat or multi-grain chapati/roti with home-made veggies and a bowl of curd. Brown rice with dal or home-made veggies with a glass of buttermilk. Vegetable pulao or biryani (home-made, NOT from the restaurents!) Fish with brown rice and a glass of buttermilk. Mixed vegetable salad + 2 full egg omelettes + a serving of home-made curd.
SNACKS (choose one):
This is where most Indians fail to stick with a diet plan… Snacks.
So here are some awesome (and many portable) options that will help you graze throughout the day while still helping you lose that ugly flab!
Protein bars Dry fruits and nuts (almonds, walnuts, cashew, brazil, etc.) An apple a day keeps the fat away! Multi-grain khakra, but remember this particular item is VERY easy to over-eat. Psyllium husk with milk is a great hunger buster. Chicken jerky if you can eat it! 2-3 egg whites will give you some much needed protein.