Most important thing is to balance your eating and drinking with a good physical activity. Start the day with warm water with lemon juice and one teaspoon of honey. Followed by another glass of warm water. Then, have breakfast, toast with boiled egg, or rice. Have some fruit at 10 AM. Have lunch at 1 PM, vegetable soups with a slice of wholegrain bread, and keep drinking water. Snack time at 4 PM greek yogurt with fruits or nuts, Dinner at 6 PM, soup or rice or spaghetti with meatballs. Keep drinking water throughout the day. Do some jogging after large meals (lunch or before going to bed).
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