Quick Weight Loss Tips

The holidays are over, and now you can barely zip up your pants. Forget about drastic calorie-reduced diets. These quick weight loss tips will help you shed pounds safely without leaving you feeling deprived or hungry.

Use Sodium-Free Spices

One of the best ways to flavour your food without adding any fat or calories is by sprinkling on a spice. Spices work well in baked dishes, stir-fries, soups or stews, and also as rubs for lean meat like chicken and fish. Check the ingredients list if you choose a spice blend, however”many can be very high in sodium (which can lead to a bloated tummy). Instead, look for sodium-free versions or create your own blend.

Add Sliced Fruit to Your Water

Are you someone who really struggles to get in your eight glass of water a day? You’re not alone, so make it your mission to look for creative ways to add flavour without extra calories. Skip powdered drink blends (which are high in sugar and calories), and instead toss in one half cup of sliced fruit to a cold pitcher of water. Watermelon, oranges, grapefruit and strawberries will add a hint of flavour and sweetness.

Conquer Cravings with Spaghetti Squash

If you’re a pasta lover, limiting the amount of this addictive food can be one of the hardest parts about sticking to a diet. Luckily, there’s a quick and easy replacement: spaghetti squash. It’s lower in both calories and carbohydrates, plus it’s a fantastic source of potassium. For a weight-loss friendly meal, try spaghetti squash topped with homemade tomato pasta sauce tossed with baked shrimp and reduced-fat Parmesan cheese. This is the perfect meal for anyone on a low-carbohydrate diet plan.

Make Protein the Star Of Your Meals

Lean protein should be the food source that you base your meals and snacks around. Protein not only helps you maintain lean muscle mass and keeps your metabolism humming along, but it also helps prevent the munchies from striking twenty minutes after a meal. Great sources are chicken, low-fat cottage cheese and yogurt, egg whites and white fish.

Tags: Diet, Protein, Sodium-Free, Weight Loss

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