These are tiny habits that will result in major weight loss if you stick with them over the next year. Instead of overcommiting to big health and weight loss goals,
I recommend making small changes you can realistically and EASILY stick with – the cumulative effect of these changes over time can be amazing! to book a weight loss consulations with me, visit: http://www.lowcaloriedensity.com/coac…
THE 7 EASY WEIGHT LOSS TIPS
1. Oatmeal has 300 calories per pound
dry cereal, 1,700 calories per pound. It’s better to say, I’m going to switch from sugary breakfast cereal to oatmeal with blueberries and actually stick with that small swap for an entire year than it is to say I’m going to give up dining out completely and never touch a packaged food again! It’s very unlikely that you’ll be able to stick with that and it will make you feel like a failure.
2. Stop drinking your calories
Sugary coffee drinks, fruit juice, pop – swapping these out for lemon water, herbal tea, and smoothies is going to make a big difference to your overall calorie consumption.
3. Commit to halving the amount of times
you dine out per week. this includes lunches. Restaurant food is notoriously filled with oil, sugar and salt. They want the food to taste really good so you come back and spend more money. If you can reduce it to once per week – and cook at home instead, this will make a big difference to your calorie intake and wallet!
4. Learn to love Whole fruit as a snack
Most fruit is around 200-300 calories per pound. and full of fiber and water. VERY LOW. Get creative. It doesn’t just need to be apples and bananas. You can make tropical fruit salads with kiwi fruit, papaya, mango and pineapple. Blend up ripe bananas to make a thick, creamy vegan ice cream with Peaches, pears, cherries. A trick that I do it that every single time I grocery shop, I buy at least 2 bags of frozen fruit and put them in my freezer so I ALWAYS have some fruit on hand. Even if I already have fruit in my freezer, I buy more because I don’t want to be stuck without any and I always go through them and eat them at some point.
5. Make leftovers on purpose
IF you feel like you don’t have time to batch cook or food prep for 3 hours on Sunday night – a really easy habit to get used to is double what you cook when you’re making your healthy dinners. IF you’re making a healthy veggie and bean soup – make twice as much on purpose and put the extra into glass containers so you can lunch or even dinner for the next day or two. Then you’ll have one less reason to go get takeout.
6. Super easy tip
Identify 1 or 2 of your most tempting treats or snacks – things that you know if you keep them in your pantry, fridge or freezer – it won’t be long until you get into them and polish them off. Commit to NOT buying those things and bringing them into your home. Chef AJ says – if it’s in your house, it’s in your mouth. Vegan vanilla cupcakes are my favorite dessert. If I had a big tray of them in my house – I don’t know how long it would be before I get into them. Why do that to yourself? Instead of saying I’m going to get rid of ALL of my favorite treats- just commit to not buying the ones that tempt you the most .
7. Before you indulge, On the other hand eat something healthy! eat an apple before you have a piece of cake.
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