Power Foods Are Fruit And Veg
Written by Jane Tucker| Wednesday, 06 June 2012| There is 1 comment
Probably the best bit of advice we could give you if you are thinking of losing weight is to learn to eat proactively and positively. What this really means is that instead of cutting things out of your diet you instead just make a point to add things into your daily eating plans.
For example, don’t focus on the fact that you need to cut back on burgers and fried food but instead just visualize lots of fruit and vegetables. Think of fruits and veggies like they are fat burning foodstuffs [they don’t actually burn fat] so that the more you eat of them the more you will lose weight.
Remember that you can eat as much fruit and vegetables as you like! There is absolutely no reason why you should go hungry and if you organize yourself well you can have tasty and satisfying meals.
Your eating plan could consist of making sure that you eat five different types of fruit and five different types of vegetables every single day. Variety in what you eat is always a good idea to stop boredom kicking in and to keep your motivation levels high.
Loading up with fruit and vegetables means that when you are confronted with high calorie food items you don’t have much room to eat them and therefore you eat less. If you make a point of eating a big salad before eating a main course in a restaurant you are unlikely to finish a big cheeseburger and chips for example.
Leaving fruit around the house and in the workplace can help ward off hunger pangs and keep you from making unhealthy food choices. If you know that you are going to eat in a restaurant why not eat an apple or an orange before you get there so that when you are faced with the menu you make a sensible choice!
From the thousands of people we have spoken to at Ukmedix News we can confirm that the best and most effective weight loss tips are the simple and uncomplicated ones. Throw away the diet books and instead use your common sense!