How to Actually Change Your Eating Habits for Effective Weight Loss

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Starting a new journey toward weight loss can seem daunting if you focus on all the things you “can’t” have and how many calories you need to burn with every workout. Fortunately, there are lots of little things you can do daily and with little effort that can lead to more noticeable results over time. The first and most important step you can take toward reaching your weight loss goals is to learn how to change your eating habits

 

To get the results you want, use the tips below to change your eating habits once and for all.

 

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Drink More Water

There are many reasons to add more water to your daily regimen. Your body needs plenty of water to keep up with crucial tasks, such as distributing nutrients. It also aids with digestion, skin health, circulation, muscle energy, and kidney function. And if these reasons aren’t enough, do some quick math. If you substitute water for all your other drinks during the day, how many calories and grams of sugar are you cutting out? How much does that add up over one week or one month?

Eat More Whole Foods 

A lot of diets focus on foods you need to avoid rather than foods you need. When you eat more of the foods you really need, you won’t have as much room left for the foods with little to no nutritional value and high-calorie contents. Whole foods, such as fruits and vegetables, are low in calories and high in fiber, which helps you feel full for longer. They also provide a variety of essential vitamins and nutrients. Replace one snack with a vegetable or piece of fruit, or replace one meal with a large salad (and include a lean protein) each day and watch how your body responds.

Eat More Lean Protein

Lean protein also helps you to feel full longer and contributes to a healthy metabolism. Include small to medium amounts with each meal or snack instead of eating one large protein-filled meal in the evening. 

Measure Portions

Measuring the correct portion sizes of each food you eat is a great habit to start. It’s easy to think we are eating less than we are when we guess our portion sizes. It’s also easy to eat more than we intend to when we eat straight from a bag or snack on food that is just sitting in front of us. You can also use your plate to help estimate when measuring is difficult. For example, you can fill half your plate with veggies, a quarter with protein, and a quarter with healthy carbs. 

 

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Track Your Eating & Weight

One of the most effective ways to ensure you lose weight is to start keeping a journal and tracking everything you eat. Pay attention to how the scale changes each day based on what and how you ate the day before. Over time, you’ll notice how your body responds to certain foods and habits, and you’ll be able to make adjustments that work for you. Just remember not to panic if the scale goes up and down a little each day. There are many reasons this can happen, such as added stress or changes in hormone levels. Evaluate what you can do better and move on. As long as you are seeing an overall drop over longer periods, you are doing great.

Get Extra Help with Truvy

Learning how to change your eating habits comes down to a few simple adjustments that bring big results. In addition to the tips above, you can add healthy supplements for better sleep, increased energy, improved immunity, weight loss, and more*. They are easy to add to your routine and can be found in different forms, such as a drink or a capsule, to help you find what works for you.

 

Contact Truvy for more information about everything you need to reach healthy milestones and see results.

 

*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE, OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.