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Nothing makes you desire a food more than thinking you can’t have it. That’s why a well-rounded diet that includes modest amounts of occasional treats is much more likely to help you achieve your objective.
Successful weight loss also doesn’t have to involve making revolutionary changes to what you eat.
If you’re already eating a reasonably varied diet, even small adjustments can dramatically cut calories without essentially changing anything. It’s about making the right choices. Here are 10 simple examples:.
By slightly modifying our food choices, we were able to offer virtually the identical foods while saving a whopping 614 calories.
Examine what you eat and think about lower-calorie options, and be conscious of portion sizes too (just because a food is lower in calories doesn’t mean you should be eating more of it).
The bottom line is that you can cut calories without compromising on many of the foods you love.
Originally published in Wellness Matters, Canada Wide Media’s quarterly newsletter on health and wellness.