The easiest way to decrease your calories and increase your nutrition intake is by choosing more nutrient dense foods. These are the foods that have the most nutrition per calorie, compared to other options that may be higher in empty calories, added fat, and sugar.
There are certain foods from all food groups fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, dairy that have been studied extensively for their role in weight loss. Here are the ones to prioritize when your goal is dropping pounds.
Water is so important for a few different reasons. By drinking more water, you’re likely cutting out other beverages that may have added sugar (read: calories). In addition, dehydration can cause you to confuse feelings of thirst for hunger, which may make you eat more.
Salmon has much more than omega-3 fatty acids. A three ounce serving provides 150 calories, a good source of potassium, high amounts of protein, vitamin D, selenium, vitamin B12, and small amounts of vitamin A.
Apples contain pectin, which naturally slows digestion and encourages feelings of fullness. Studies show that a whole apple eaten with your meal (as opposed to apple juice or applesauce) acts as a natural appetite suppressant, helping you consume fewer overall calories without feeling deprived.
While eggs are typically considered a breakfast food, they have a place at all hours of the day when it comes to weight loss because they’re high in protein and relatively low in calories. If you’d like to stick with breakfast, though, research has your back.
OLIVE OIL :
You’ve probably already heard that olive oil is good for your heart, but it may be good for your waistline, too. According to an October 2018 study published in the European Journal of Nutrition, study subjects who were given olive oil over soybean oil lost more weight over nine weeks.
TIPS To Lose Weight Faster :
- Eat more vegetables, all of the time.
- Build a better breakfast.
- Skip sugary beverages.
- Eat spicy foods.
- Go to bed earlier.
- Take a walk.
- Drink more coffee.