Any product that seems too good to be true probably is so bear this in mind when weight loss is being targeted. Ultimately, the only foolproof way to reach a healthy weight is to adopt a nutritionally sound eating plan and incorporate physical exercise.
Potato fans on a diet can substitute the starchy potato with cauliflower, a much healthier, low calorie alternative. Cook the cauliflower in a pot with some chopped onions and a little water. Once it is tender, puree it with chicken or vegetable bouillon and season it with ground pepper as needed. You will then have a nutritious dinnertime side dish with very few carbs.
Who doesn’t love french fries? Unfortunately, they cause problems for many people who are trying to lose weight. That said, if you absolutely must have french fries, have baked fries instead of those that are fried. 1/2′ cut potatoes combined with oil, salt and pepper can be baked for half an hour at 400 degrees. Add some rosemary for a touch of flavor. Loosen it with a spatula; turn and bake for approximately 10 more minutes. These potatoes are yummy when dipped in ketchup, and they do not have as many calories as traditional fries. Thanks to the cookbook by Laurel’s Kitchen for these great tips.
A great way to make weight stays down is to not eat in the hours directly preceding bedtime. While it is easier said than done, try to avoid eating directly before bedtime. Any food consumed right before bed will simply sit in your stomach, unused, and destined straight to your fat deposits. Try to stay active after dinner, and you will have an easier time steering clear of snacks.
Losing weight is not something you have to do by yourself. Aim to find family or friends who will workout with you. If you can’t find any, join online forums to find people who can support you. You could also look for a fitness partner to whom you could be mutually accountable.