Are you looking to shed some pounds, but like me, love eating and hate hard core exercise (I mean, forget morning yoga instead of lying in or climbing the steps at the office instead of riding the elevators)? Believe me, you can actually eat more and still shrink - so long as you eat the right foods. Here’s my cheat sheet:
· Nuts like almonds, walnuts,pistachios, cashews, peanuts, and pine nuts. Some of these nuts can be found in Arlene’s Kebab with Pistachio which provides more than 50% of your daily protein requirement!
6. Go Flexitarian. A flexitarian diet is a plant-based diet that allows for occasional meat consumption. This approach can be helpful for those who want to eat fewer animal products but still enjoy the occasional burger or steak. Studies have shown that plant-based diets can help with weight loss, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and reduce the risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions. And since a flexitarian diet includes some animal products, it's a more flexible and sustainable option than a vegetarian or vegan diet. If you're interested in trying a flexitarian diet, there are plenty of delicious plant-based recipes available online.
The easiest way to lose weight and keep it off is by making long-lasting changes to your eating habits and lifestyle. After many, many years of pigging out on the wrong things, the above six ways are what I have found to be the most sustainable and longest-term adaptations to my eating habits that have kept me full longer, trimmer and healthier.
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