STEP 1: PAY ATTENTION to everything you eat.Whenever you eat something it directly impacts your overall body functions, including the quantity of fat your body burns or stores. At first watching what you eat may seem like a chore. But soon it will just come naturally to you and you will look and feel healthier for it. Consult our food list for some healthy choices. Be sure to maintain a balance between proteins, fats and carbohydrates.Snack on veggies – just be sure you prepare them without dips or dressings. Fill up on fiber. Low density high-fiber foods are a good choice, such as oatmeal. Lose the yolk – egg whites alone are much less fatty and removing the yolk drastically reduces the cholesterol content. NO SKIN is better when you are choosing cuts of meat and most often white meat is leaner than red, which makes it a better option.Vegetables – raw or steamed. Adding butter, cream sauce, dressings or dips can skyrocket the calorie count. Breads and grain products and fruit — choose the higher fiber foods whenever possible, like brown rice, 100% whole wheat bread and whole wheat pasta. This will help your body process better and store less fat. Fruits are best eaten in their natural state, raw instead of juice. Don’t overdo it on the foods in this category as they are rich in calories.Proteins – lean cuts of meat are the best choice. White meat such as chicken, fish and turkey provide the protein with less fat than red meat.


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