LOSING WEIGHT MEANS EATING BETTER, LESS, AND EXERCISING MORE.

Nifty Plate calculates for you a daily calorie limit to help you lose weight without leaving you hungry.

You simply need to introduce, with your SMARTPHONE, your TABLET or your LAPTOP, your daily caloric intake in your dashboard.

By placing the proteins and starches of your meals in the circle of your choice on the Nifty Plate, you will instantly get a good estimation of the number of calories contained in the plate. Circle 1 holds 250 kCal, circle 2 holds 400 kCal, circle 3 holds 550 kCal and circle 4 holds 700 kCal.

By taking care not to exceed your daily calorie limit, you will inevitably realize that you were possibly eating too much or poorly, which is usually the same because the two are linked.

Indeed, this daily calorie limit is like a budget that you are free to use as you wish, but you will quickly realize that if you eat too much fat and too much sugar, you will already have spent it entirely by noon!

You will then inevitably turn to low-calorie foods which are precisely the healthiest: non-fried starchy foods (whole grain pasta and rice, quinoa, bulgur, potatoes), lean proteins (white fish, white or lean meats, pulses), a lot of vegetables rich in fiber and low in calories and less sugar.

However, fats (lipids), although very high in calories, are essential for the body: eat oily fish, nuts (walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, etc.) rich in omega 3 moderately and at least two tablespoons of various oils per day. To make your life easier, get ready-made oil blends.

Finally, it is very important to take more exercise while you follow  your Nifty Plate program otherwise you will lose muscle rather than fat.

If you increase your physical activity while controlling your food intake, your body will draw its energy from your fat reserves to fuel your muscles. Your weight loss will then be accompanied by better physical condition which will encourage you to exercise more and a virtuous circle will then be set in motion with extremely positive effects on your morale, your self-confidence and your general health condition.

GOOD EATING HABITS

    • Drink at least two liters of water a day.
    • Avoid sodas, fruit juices (except fresh), alcohol and sweets.
    • Choose lean meat over fatty meat.
    • Choose home cooking over ready-made dishes. Make tasty and healthy cooking and save time by cooking simmered dishes that last and improve day by day.
    • Be consistent: eat a snack (but not a candy) rather than letting yourself get too hungry and overeating at mealtime.
    • Eat slowly and chew your food thoroughly. Try putting down your knife and fork between each bite.
    • Take exercise. This can simply be an energetic walk to the office or walking the dog.

All of the above principles are reasonably simple and easy to put into practice.