10 dieting Succes Tips

Eating larger meals during the part of the day when you are most active will keep you feeling full throughout the day and reduce cravings for unhealthy snacks.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 2: CONSIDER EATING SALMON OR MACKEREL FOR BREAKFAST

Yes, this may seem strange, but it is a way to work on omega-3 fatty acids that are good for you and add some variety to your daily diet. After a few months, you may be tired of eating eggs and bacon for breakfast. Substituting fish will give you the protein and healthy fish oil you need.

You can try canned salmon or mackerel in croquettes for a healthier sausage substitute. Or you can just eat cold leftover salmon with dill sauce the next morning.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 3: USE LETTUCE LEAVES INSTEAD OF BREAD

This tip may seem a bit strange at first, but if you try it, you will likely love it. Instead of eating bread and buns with your sandwiches and burgers, why not try salad leaves?

You can make a double cheeseburger with onions, pickles, and tomato wrapped in a whole leaf of lettuce. Or you can make tasty wrap sandwiches with lettuce instead of tortilla and bread.

This will help increase your good carbohydrate and fiber intake while giving you more variety in your diet.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 4: EAT A FRUIT DESSERT

Okay, we all want a little dessert from time to time, but how do you get your dessert and your low-carb diet? Why not try cheese with fruit or berry slices? Better yet, why not try a cream with berries? You can even try sweet pineapple or strawberries with cottage cheese?

Berries are sweet and high in fiber and nutrients, and dairy products are high in protein. If your low-carb plan allows it, this is a sweet and tasty alternative to more sugary desserts.

An additional advantage is that the protein in the dairy products and the fiber in the fresh fruit fill these desserts more.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 5: GET YOUR FRUIT FRESH, NOT PLACED

Fruit juice can be very tempting as a soda substitute, but just how healthy is fruit juice? If you read the labels, you will quickly realize that many of the commercial juices available at your local supermarket have very little fruit juice.

What you will find is a lot of sugar water and other ingredients. Why not skip the juice altogether and eat a fresh piece of fruit? Not only does fresh fruit contain less sugar than juice, fresh fruit also has fiber that is good for you and will keep you feeling full for longer.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 6: SIMPLY REPLACE MEALS

New meal replacement shakes and bars hit the market almost every day. These shakes and bars may claim to be healthy, but almost all of them, even the Zone Perfect bars, contain hydrogenated oil and sweeteners.

So be careful. The bars in particular are perhaps only slightly healthier than a Snickers candy bar. Occasionally they may not be that bad for you, but as a rule, you probably don’t want to enjoy a meal replacement shake or bar every day.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 7: IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IT IS PROBABLY

Low carb donuts and muffins? You can buy these pre-packaged products with a low-carbohydrate label at your neighborhood store and many low-carb lifestyle specialty stores. That doesn’t mean you should make it a habit to eat them.

While low-carb pastries can be tempting, remember they still have all the common carb suspects: sugar or a sugar substitute and flour.

They may be healthier than your typical muffin as an occasional treat, but don’t forget to stick with the basics for lasting low-carb success.

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SUCCESS TIP NO. 8: AT THE GROCERY STORE – SHOP THE OUTDOORS

It becomes easier to stick to your low-carb lifestyle if you learn the one thread in all grocery store designs: the healthy foods are at the edge of the aisles.

Think about it, when you go to the grocery store, all the healthy things, fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy are arranged around the walls of the store. You rarely need to hit the aisles in those few stores that keep butter and cheese in the middle with the frozen foods. Most of all the foods you need for your low-carb diet can be found at the edge of the supermarket.

Train yourself to start at one end of the outdoor path and make your way. It will be much easier

SUCCESS TIP NO. 9: INVESTING IN GOOD COOKBOOKS

Not sure what to eat? Need variety in your diet? Turn to a cookbook. Granted, not all recipes in a cookbook are low-carb, but you’ll be amazed at the number of low-carb and low-carb recipes you can find in your standard Betty Crocker Cookbook.

Cookbooks are great reference books that often provide helpful tips on buying cuts of meat and cooking meats, fruits and vegetables in new and exciting ways.

In addition, new low-carbohydrate cookbooks are constantly on the shelves. So take advantage of these resources to try something new, different and delicious.

SUCCESS TIP NO. 10: TAKE A GOOD MULTIVITAMIN

We can’t always get it right. Even the most conscientious food combinator may be missing some healthy vitamins, minerals and trace elements in their diet. Consider taking a good multivitamin to make sure you get everything you need.

Consult your doctor first for recommendations and you should be tested for anemia to see if you need a vitamin with iron. However, the longer you eat low carb and the more red meat you eat, the less anemia will be a problem and you should be able to take vitamins with less iron.

Your success is entirely up to you. Assuming you’re an otherwise healthy person, your body will do its part. Don’t forget to stick to the low-carb diet plan that is right for you and add some variety to your meals to help you stay true to your health and weight loss goals.

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