Marie France Bodyline - Ask A Nutritionist

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At Marie France Bodyline, we have a team of expert nutritionists who can advise you on your dieting habits to achieve that perfect bodyline. If you have any questions you would like to ask them, simply ask them here so they can provide you answers to the problems that have been hindering your weight loss journey. Here are some tips for weight loss from our nutritionists.

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  • Watch What You Eat

    Always wondered how to lose weight quickly? The way to a slimmer and healthier you is to watch what you eat and cultivate healthy eating habits*. Weight tips from our nutritionists at Marie France Bodyline suggest that dieting to lose weight might not necessarily work.

  • Eat Fresh

    A healthy weight loss diet should include fresh fruits, low sugar, low-fat cereal with low-fat milk*. For those who do not like cereal, try tuna sandwiches with fresh vegetables. For variety, you can also go for noodles with soup and vegetables or rice porridge with vegetables. You should not neglect your weight management diet program at work too. Pack diet food like fresh sandwiches with bananas. Bananas may be one of the best fruits to eat when attempting to lose weight. They are full of nutrients for increased energy and vitality!

  • Eat Lean

    To achieve that ideal weight, you have to make some sacrifices in your diet. Healthy eating and dieting means you have to cut down on certain foods. Fried food that contain coconut milk or have gravy with high butter, cream or oil content can affect your diet plan. Opt for lean meat like chicken or fish and avoid red meat such as beef, pork and mutton. Choose low fat or non-fat for dairy products like milk, yogurt or cheese. Eating lean will help you in your weight loss!*

*As causes for being overweight vary from person to person, weight loss results will also vary from person to person, dependant on various genetic or environmental factors such as food intake, individual rate of metabolism, level of exercise, etc. No individual result should be seen as typical.