9 Ways to Tweak Your Diet to Lose Weight ...


Instead of changing your entire diet to lose weight, wouldn't you rather just find ways to tweak your diet?

Making simple swaps can mean the difference between gaining or losing a few extra pounds.

Adding some of these tweaks to your diet can help you lose weight without even trying!

Follow these ways to tweak your diet for a fast and easy way to kick start your weight loss!

1. Before Meals...

First up is one of the easiest ways to tweak your diet...before you even eat!

Before having a meal, drink a large glass of water and start with a garden salad with a light dressing.

The water and salad will help you to feel fuller faster during your meal and will cause you to not eat as much as you normally would.

This way you don't feel deprived that you had to eat less of your meal, you feel full and satisfied!

Plus it helps to add more greens to your diet, which is never a bad thing!2

2. Ditch White Bread

An average slice of white bread contains anywhere between 80-110 calories per slice.

Although switching from regular processed white bread to less-processed whole grain bread won’t necessarily make much of a difference to your calorie intake, it helps later on.

Whole grain breads contain more fiber, vitamins and nutrients.

These types of breads satisfy you better and for longer than breads that are not made out of whole grains, so you won’t have to eat as much of them or eat as often to curb hunger.

Plus your body can break them down easier than white processed breads so they don't get stored as fat!

3. Swap out Processed Foods

Gradually replace your current processed foods with fresh alternatives to help curb cravings and hunger.

Highly processed foods tend to be low in nutrients, which causes your body to seek more food to find the nutrients it needs.

So instead of eating processed protein bars in the morning, make a batch of your own!

Same goes for things such as frozen waffles, breakfast burritos, or frozen vegetables!

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