Simple Diet Strategies for Clean Eating & Weight Loss
It is entirely possible to live within a budget and still eat clean. You can learn to make easy meals that taste great and are good for you. You also don’t have to go hungry. You shouldn’t have to spend tons of money on processed junk to make you “healthy” or “thin”.
Below are 3 Simple Diet Strategies anyone can employ today.
Keep your Fridge Stocked
The biggest mistake you can make is not preparing for the future, whether that be retirement, savings, or in this case- the inevitable truth that you’ll be hungry in the future. So let’s stop the silliness and go shopping!
“Food” created in a manufacturing plant isn’t made to be digested by our bellies and takes longer to digest, creating a host of problems. Ever heard the classic weight loss phrase “Feel fuller longer!”? When you eat clean, you are eating food that has a high nutrient load per calorie. You are most likely also eating less calories and fat. So, it’s basic math. We need to eat more of the good stuff in order to lose weight. Unless you want to be hungry?
Stay Away From Sugar
It’s not the fat that makes you fat, it’s the sugar!
Companies have found a million and one ways to foul you into buying their products.
And ALL of those things are true. But they aren’t right.
When you consume too much sugar, your body creates fat cells to store the extra sugar. Your body assumes it will work it off, but you never do. More sugar = More Fat. Period.
Whole grain bread turns into glucose. What is glucose? Sugar. What does sugar need to live in your body? Fat. Sugar= Fat.
The can of oranges that says “no added sugar” makes you assume there’s no added sugar, right? Well, that’s only half true. You see, they did use less sugar, but they also added in toxic artificial sweeteners to make up for it.
Oh, the advertisement doesn’t tell you that does it?
Corporations that sell prepackaged foods just want to sell you more food. If you lost weight, would you need to buy Slim Fast anymore? If you actually had time to cook, would you buy Stoffer’s? Their goal is to create a customer, not create a healthy body. That’s your job.
Remember, the maximum amount of sugar an adult should have in a day is 25mg. Now compare that with what you are eating.
Sugar is addictive. Like any extracted, bleached and chemically altered white substance we have, it’s extremely addictive.
Lose the sugar and lose the fat.
Recap the Fruity Facts
Sure, you say this sounds basic, and it is. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. This is a getting started topic with Members having access to their MyCoach 24/7 get more detailed help. If you aren’t a Member yet, why not? Did you know you can get started for less than the cost of Netflix? Seriously. Click HERE to start.
Eat2Live n’ Chill. (but go shopping and stock that fridge first!)