Are you having trouble turning healthy eating into a lifestyle?
Completely changing you eating habits overnight, without the right system and support, is nearly always a disappointing disaster.
Sometimes it’s easier to make one or two small changes to your diet over time.
You can do this by substituting a healthier choice for one of your unhealthy staples.
While you may think these small changes won’t really make a big difference you would be mistaken.
Research has shown that small consistent changes to your habits, or “small victories” can help you sustain your new lifestyle long enough to see results.
These results fuel even more healthy habit choices.
Small changes equal big results over time.
It’s not even that hard once you learn to substitute some of your old “favorites” for healthier options.
Take a look:
1. Like Pasta?
Try making a bowl of spaghetti squash instead.
It’s low-calorie and low-glycemic… and can taste just as good! You can find spaghetti squash in the produce section of your grocery store.
Make sure you cook it well and scrape the inside for a tasty substitute for pasta!
2. Want something to “snack” on?
They are some of the most nutrient-dense nuts available… and as far as nuts go, they are relatively low-calorie.
Just don’t go crazy with them. To avoid eating too many, too fast, make sure to get them with shells. Make yourself “work” a little to eat them!
Almonds work in this instance also.
3. Feel like having mashed potatoes?
Use a food processor (or similar equivalent) to make a healthy mash out of cauliflower.
Add proper seasoning, along with some skim milk (or whatever you like to use for mashed potatoes) and you’ll have a tasty and low-calorie substitute!
4. Absolutely got to have bread?
Nowadays there are many “low carb” and “low calorie” breads that taste just as good, for about half the calories.
This has been super popular for a lot of my clients.
Switching over to Ezekiel bread is way easier than giving it up bread completely.
You’ll find it in the frozen foods section of your grocery(ask for it if can’t find it).
Try it one of these days and you’ll see…
5. Feel like having burgers or meatballs?
Try using lean ground turkey breast instead of beef.
You’ll save a TON of calories!
6. Want to kick the soft drink habit?
I recommend clients to use Spark .
You just add it to water for flavor and it has caffeine. The caffeine will give you energy and is a pretty good appetite suppressant also.
Dropping the soft drinks is simply one of the fastest ways to drop pounds rapidly. This swap always works.
Little changes, day to day will deliver big results over time.
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