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Tips to make your day to burn more calories

Walk more

Walking is the most common and easy way to increase your activity. You could join a walking group to maintain regularity in this activity.

Take the srairs

Try to minimize the use of lifts and use stairs more frequently. For higher floors, leave lift 2 to 3 floors early.

Take up running

You can have a short distance for running or jogging. Plan daily running to make up 5 KM weekly run.

Exercise at workplace

You can a little exercise before and after work or during the lunch break. The short session could be of 5 minutes.

Family fun

Do have a regular free time with your family discussing interesting topics. Playing in the park could be an excellent option.

Green Fingers

You could have few minutes for gardening. With your little ones it can create happiness and joy.

More Vegetables in Diet

Having more vegetable rich diet can boost weight loss process. Vegetables contain vitamins, minerals and fibres. They

inclusion in diet fills your stomach without packing much calorie.

Make veg a big part of your weight loose plan for better results.

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