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Cutting Food Calories – A Change In Lifestyle, A Change For The Better

What is the best way to lose weight? Cut food calories. What is the best way to cut food calories? Change the way you eat. Cut back on calories, maintain your weight, and keep yourself healthy with these simple little tips. Take the time to read these 35 tips and put them to work for you. Your body will thank you for it.

1. Milk might do a body good, but only if it’s low in fat. Drinking whole milk will do nothing to help you lose weight. If you have to drink milk, make it 1%, 2%, or maybe even non-fat milk.

2. Use your utensils to your benefit. Keep your portions under control by making use of small drinking glasses and small bowls.

3. Split a snack with a friend. Not only does this help you cut back on calories, but it also helps your friend do the same.

4. Use low food calorie alternatives during breakfast. Use a sugar substitute to flavor your morning coffee, and sugar-free jelly or jam for your toast or waffles.

5. Try a slice of turkey bacon or even Canadian bacon instead of the fattening alternative.

6. Love eggs? Fill your omelet with something other than cheese or meat. As an alternative try peppers, onions, or even a few mushrooms instead.

7. Use whole-wheat bread for your sandwiches.

8. Use fresh vegetables in your spaghetti instead of meat. Mushrooms, onions, zucchini and even peppers can prove to be healthier alternatives.

9. Keep the cheese out of your burger.

10. Use fat-free or low-fat condiments on your lunchtime meals.

11. Frozen foods are already proportioned. Eat one instead of a burger and avoid the overeating that usually takes place during lunch.

12. Eat fat-free, low-fat, or low-calories alternatives like sour cream, cheese, and cottage cheese during lunch.

13. Trim the fat from meats like chicken, beef, and pork before you cook them.

14. Eat less rice and pasta. Consider cutting back on these two culprits by half.

15. Season your vegetables with an alternative to butter. Lemon and herbs serve as a healthier alternative.

16. Eat your food slowly. Take your time and chew. This will keep you from overeating when you are actually no longer hungry.

17. Enjoy your dessert, but do so in small portions. Don’t deny yourself a treat after a meal, but consider cutting back on the portion that you do eat.

18. Eat your ice cream out of the cup and forget about the cone.

19. Eat apple or peach pies instead of pecan or cream pies.

20. Share or split a dessert with your friend, date, or significant other.

21. Get rid of the regular soda and substitute it with diet soda. Better yet, get rid of the soda altogether and drink water during your meals.

22. Pay attention to serving sizes in any drink. Sometimes, one can or one bottle actually contains more than one serving.

23. Try to resist super-sizing your meal. Usually, the portion you are given is exactly the portion you are supposed to eat.

24. Take advantage of the low-calorie nature of light beer. Today, just about every beer on tap at a local restaurant is also available in a lighter, low-calorie version.

25. Eat your snacks from a bowl instead of eating them directly from the bag. This will keep you from overeating while you snack.

26. If you love salsa, try dipping some vegetables into it instead of fried tortilla chips.

27. Drop the cookies and snack on a bit of fruit.

28. Enjoy a handful of mixed nuts.

29. Treat yourself to a chocolate bar. Just make sure it is the smaller, “fun size” bar and not the king size version.

30. Ask your server to remove the bread from your table once you have been seated.

31. As an appetizer, ask for a cup of soup instead of an entire bowl.

32. If given the option, choose vegetables as a side instead of rice, potatoes, or pasta.

33. Ask your server for a half portion of your meal. Most restaurants are happy to oblige.

34. Choose grilled instead of fried chicken.

35. Ask for your sauce or dressing on the side. Don’t drench your food in it.

36. Use low food calorie alternatives during breakfast. Use a sugar substitute to flavor your morning coffee, and sugar-free jelly or jam for your toast or waffles.

37. Be careful with sugar substitutes. Food Facts, for example, frequently cites sugar substitutes as one of their  highly controversial ingredients, since they mostly consist of chemicals.  Visit Food Facts for additional information about healthier alternatives.

38 . Breakfast meals are usually high in sugar, check the amount of sugar in your cereal and yogurt and opt for a better choice. Such as, plain yogurt with fruit or cereal with more than 5g of fiber.

Sources: Health Life

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