Girls' Guide ๐Ÿ“— to Losing Weight โš–๏ธ without Dieting ๐Ÿฅ— ...

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Diets arenโ€™t always the key to lasting weight loss.

Yes, you can achieve weight loss temporarily but what happens when you stop following the diet?

Weight can slowly creep back on.

By banishing the word diet from your vocabulary and following these simple tips, you can lose weight without ever going on a diet.

1. Make Water Your Beverage of Choice

Make Water Your Beverage of Choice

When you drink water instead of soda, sweet tea or even juice, youโ€™re shaving hundreds of calories off your daily intake.

This one simple change can lead to weight loss for you.

Thatโ€™s especially true if you drink several sodas or other high calorie beverages a day.

In addition to helping you lose weight, water is good for you.

Your body needs water more than any other beverage.

2. Tweak Your Favorite Recipes

Tweak Your Favorite Recipes

Another way to lose weight without going on a diet is to tweak your favorite recipes.

You donโ€™t have to give up the foods you love!

Simply make a healthier, lower calorie version of them.

For example, if you love burgers then make them with lean ground beef or ground turkey and wheat buns instead of white.

You cut your calories, fat and get more fiber and vitamins, too.

It may take a bit to get used to the new recipe but in time youโ€™ll probably find you prefer it.

3. Switch Your Condiments

Switch Your Condiments

Calories can hide out in condiments.

You may not realize exactly how many calories youโ€™re consuming when you slather mayo on your ham sandwich or ranch on your salad.

In fact, condiments can sabotage your entire meal.

Switch to lower calorie versions or different condiments altogether.

You could also try different condiments such as mustard or a vinaigrette dressing, both of which are lower calorie alternatives.

4. Choose Thin Pizza Crust over Thick

Choose Thin Pizza Crust over Thick

This was a difficult switch for me to make but Iโ€™ll admit itโ€™s a lot less calories.

Thick pizza crust can add 100-150 calories per slice.

Thin crust is much lower calorie.

You still get all the toppings you love and it gives you your pizza fix.

And of course you can occasionally splurge for thick crust;

I do!

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