Cheenu Prashar, Consultant Dietician, Max Healthcare
1. I begin my day with high-fibre, low-fat breakfast of porridge, muesli, oats, wholewheat bread, and sprouts.
A light lemony drink after meals also aids in better digestion.
Kiran Sawhney, nutritionist
1. Consistence, dedication and strong willpower in following a fitness regime is what works. Build your willpower by achieving small missions every day. Reeta Shankar, dietician
1. It is quite filling and will cut your craving for big meals or snacking.
Veggies are ideal they're light on the system and natural. Shikha Sharma, dietician
1. I think skipping alcohol is one of the best way to stay fit and healthy. Alcohol has empty calories and no nutritional benefit. A loss-loss, really.
Fruits satisfy a sweet tooth in the same way cake might, but it's much healthier.
3. Liquid food is a great way to lose weight. Soups and juices give you instant energy without the carbs, plus they nourish the body. Ishi Khosla, dietician
1. Sugar is empty, fattening calories, so large quantities are best avoided. To cut your intake, watch out for the worst offenders: drinks and baked goods.
2. Not having big meals at night is a perfect way to cut calories. If possible, make yourself an organic meal it's light, and great for your body.
Rachna Sethi, nutritionist
1. Increase your fibre intake by eating whole foods and grains instead of processed foods. Avoid white rice and refined cereals.
2. Substitute junk food with homemade, healthy snacks. You can boil soya, make it into a paste and add it in your meals, or just have soya milk (especially great for those who want to keep fit the right way, without skipping meals or starving). Kajal Pandya, nutritionist, Vedanta, MediCity
1. 2. Drink lots of waterit removes toxins and helps cushion your joints. 3. Scientists have discovered that stress could make you gain weight.