20 Weight Loss Tips

20 Weight Loss Tips 20 Weight Loss Tips

Weight Loss tips is a journey made up of a million healthy choices we make each day. So keep these 100 tips in mind to continue on that healthy path, little by little.

     Snack Time

  1. Keep snacks to 150 calories or fewer.
  2. Aim to consume at least five grams of fiber to really satiate your hunger.
  3. Go for protein instead of sugar to keep energy levels going strong instead of crashing. Edamame in pods is the perfect snack since it takes some time to eat and a one-cup serving offers 12 grams of protein.
  4. Always bring snacks on the roadto avoid having to hit convenience stores, fast-food chains, or airport food courts.
  5. Keep snack centers in the fridge and cupboardto avoid grazing and eating out of containers.
  6. Make 150-calorie nonperishable snack packs to keep in your purse, gym bag, and office drawer. Nuts are a great option since they keep you fuller longer and boost your metabolism.
  7. Choose wet snacks such as melon, peppers, cherry tomatoes, or celery. Their water content will fill you up and prevent bloating.
  8. Nosh on these post-workout snacksto avoid undoing all your hard work.
  9. For salty-sweet cravings, bake a batch of these roasted honey-cinnamon chickpeas.
  10. Munch on an apple. It is full of fiber and works as a natural appetite suppressant.

    When Eating Out

  11. Check out menus online before heading out so you have a few healthy options in mind.
  12. Choose menu items that are grilled, baked, blackened, steamed, or broiled instead of fried or breaded.
  13. Eat a little something before heading out, like a handful of almonds, so you don’t arrive at the restaurant famished.
  14. Always start your meal with a salad. It’ll fill you up, making you eat less of the actual meal, and it’s way fewer calories than typical deep-fried or cheesy apps.
  15. Ask for all dressings, condiments, and sauces on the side.
  16. Opt for the baked potato instead of french fries, and yes, eat the skin!
  17. Ask for your entrée to be served on a bed of greens rather than a bed of pasta or mashed potatoes.
  18. For wine-lovers, order one glass instead of splitting a bottle.
  19. Before your entrée arrives, ask the waitperson to bring you a to-go container so you can package half to save for later.
  20. You don’t have to skip dessert. Order one and split it with your dinner partner.

 

 

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