Top Clean Eating Tips For Weight Loss

Top Clean Eating Tips For Weight Loss

Tip #1 : Portion Control

Portion control is always highly recommended.  The foundation of weight management is consumption.  Don’t consume more than you burn, it’s that simple.

 

You don’t even need a scale for proper portion control. Here are easy portion control tips to manage your calorie consumption proportionately.

 

Tip #2 – Protein Rules

Protein is the secret weapon to getting lean.  Lean protein sources such as turkey, chicken, eggs and almonds help support lean muscle growth.

 

Building muscle is the best fat burning weapon and defense against weight gain. Fueling the muscles by eating protein helps the body burn fat while keeping a lean and toned body.

 

Step #3 – Proper Protein Consumptions

Consume some sort of protein with each meal. Approximately 1-2 grams per pound of bodyweight per day.

 

Tip #4 – Clean Up With Carbs

Carbs are not bad! Healthy carbs (non starchy) are merely energy to fuel training and stimulate muscle growth prior to a workout.

 

Avoid high-glycemic.  These are found in processed foods such as bagels and donuts. High-glycemic carbs break down into sugar and are hard for your body to breakdown and process.  This leaves you feeling tired and drained.

 

Stick to healthy complex carbs that are high in fiber such as rolled oats, lentil bean, sweet potatoes and whole-wheat pasta.

 

Tip #5 – Boost Fiber Intake

Fiber rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and oats help lower cholesterol support healthy digestion, which helps eliminate fat and lower cholesterol.

 

Tip #6 – Stay Hydrated

Hydration is key to better health and longevity.  Clean it up means fueling it up through water consumption.  There is nothing healthier than the natural fuel that nourishes, replenishes and refreshes the entire body other than water.

 

Tip #7 – Eat More Healthy Fat

Healthy fats such as Omega-3 found in fish sources, nuts and olive oil are easy for the body to digest. This gives the body a chance to use more energy in other areas.

 

Foods that are harder to digest take longer for the body to breakdown. This takes away from additional calorie burn.



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