After 40, How to Lose Weight?

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Eat Your Fruits and Veggies

Vegetables has more nutrients and less calories than meat, dairy, and grains. Even if you eat less, it may help you feel full. Apples and berries are good alternatives.

Don’t Skip Breakfast

Oatmeal or whole wheat toast with fruit is a healthy breakfast. It may reduce mid-morning hunger that makes you grab unhealthy food or overeat at lunch. 

Eat Less at Night

If you eat most of your calories during lunch (before 3 p.m.), you may lose more weight than if you have a large meal later. It's what you eat, not when, that matters.


Cook Healthy Meals

Preparing meals may add fat and calories. Grill, bake, or broil instead of frying or cooking with butter or oil. This also applies to restaurants: Fry and creamy meals should be avoided.

Don’t Make a Second Trip

As you become older, you may require a few hundred fewer calories. You may need to reduce your calorie intake more to lose weight. A food diary or app may help you eat less.

Keep Watching

 If you don't pay attention to your food, you'll overeat and be hungry again. Sit down for meals and focus on what's on your plate, not your TV or computer screen.

Stop Drinking Soda

If you consume soft drinks, or energy drinks, switch to water or another zero-calorie beverage. Sweet beverages include loads of added sugar, which may cause weight gain.

Alcohol Reduction

If you drink regularly, a glass of wine or beer has 150 calories. Alcohol may also make you hungry, so you may eat more while drinking.


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