Add THESE 5 Food Items To Your Daily Diet & Start Losing Weight – TODAY
What is the one thing about women that is synonymous to men’s craving for muscles and abs? No, it’s not the need to be spoiled and loved, try again! It’s their obsession with how much they weigh and which weight loss diet can lead them to have that perfect figure.
According to Nielsen Polls, 37 percent of people wanted to get fit and enjoy better health in 2016, and 32 percent wanted to lose weight when asked what their New Year’s resolution was. Regrettably each year, these resolutions happen also to be two of the most usually broken resolutions. Associate professor at the University of Utah Health Care’s Division of Nutrition, Katherine Beals, says “New Year’s resolutions are fun to make but can be difficult to maintain, especially health-related ones”, “Research shows just a week into the New Year, 23 percent of health-related resolutions are already off track.”
With occurrences of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and heart disease affecting millions of Americans each year, striving to achieve better health and weight loss is very much worth the effort. The main question remains “In what ways can we increase our chances of success?” To quote Jamie Saunders, a registered dietician at the University of Utah Healthcare, “Making drastic diet changes can be difficult to stick with long-term so start with some simple switches you know you can maintain.” The main thing to deduce is that slight changes in food choices can have a big influence on the general health of the human body.
Eat An Apple A day
Rather than feasting on crackers, munchies, or other forms of junk food that can threaten weight loss efforts when no one is around to monitor you, why don’t you situate a bowl of sliced apples by your computer and munch on those? This helps in two ways: you will still satisfy your hunger and save immensely on sodium and calories. Also, you get your daily serving of fruit, and we all know that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Add Fish To Your Weekly Meal Plan
In search of a healthy protein alternative to beef jerky? That alternative is fish. Fish should have a steady spot at your dinner table. Fish is an effective way to save calories as, for instance, a four-ounce filet of halibut can save you up to 70 calories and 11 grams of fat compared to a similar cut of beef. Be sure to reserve the steak dinner for special occasions.
Soup Is Good
Soup is the embodiment of healthy foods and a must for dieters. Don’t get us wrong, many cream-based kinds of soups can drown you in fat, but by switching to a broth-based soup, such as a chicken vegetable rather than a cream of broccoli, you can save 105 calories and savor just 4 grams of fat per serving. “Make this change once a week and cut out 5,460 calories a year, or roughly one and a half pounds,” a health staff at Reader’s Digest says.
Dump The Diet Soda
In spite of reports about diet soda consumption declining, the editors at fitday.com stress that soda consumption still accounts for more than a quarter of all drinks consumed within the United States. “Drinking calories, especially in the form of sweetened beverages, is displacing otherwise nutrient-dense foods,” says registered dietitian Staci Nix McIntosh, an assistant professor at the University of Utah. She also noted that “The amount of sugar Americans consume, in general, is still excessively high,”
Even though they possess no sugar or calories, diet sodas are not a good substitute. Some researchers have discovered that the artificial sweeteners in diet sodas can prompt insulin in the same way sugar does, leading to weight gain. There have also been concerns about the long-term health effects of these sweeteners.
An effective and delicious substitute to diet soda is a glass of seltzer water flavored with lemon, mint, fresh berries, or cucumbers.
Explore Evaporated Fat-Free Milk
Habitually regarded as little more than the main ingredient in pumpkin pie and homemade fudge, evaporated fat-free milk can supplement your favorite sauce and soup recipes by adding a creamy texture without loading up on calories. In addition, it is also a great source of vitamin D. If you are determined to achieve your weight loss goals, these five healthy food swaps are sure to help you make this upcoming year a happy and healthy one.
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