In winter when the temperature drops, we tend to become sluggish and prefer to curl up in bed rather than go out for a bracing early morning jog. However, when summer comes around, we feel more active and as temperatures soar, we drink more water and eat less food because heavy meals in summer make us feel hot and uncomfortable. This is why people find it easier to lose weight in summer. To prevent drastic weight fluctuations, you can follow a diet plan that includes modest helpings of healthy fattening foods. Here are a few tips to help you strike a balance between high and low calorie foods in your diet plan.