Yep, it’s 2011 and if you’re looking for some simple ideas on how to lose a few extra holiday pounds, then you’ve come to the right place. We have been working on a simple reference guide that is full of great tasting, nutritious, and low calorie foods. And to top it off, we’re also going to include some of our favorite recipes using these foods. Why? Because when you’re on a diet, you should be able to enjoy your food. So continue reading to find out how tasty your weight loss plan can be in 2011.
First let’s talk a little bit about the energy in foods. As you probably know, not all foods are created equal in terms of their energy content. For example, foods that are high in calories can be very helpful for athletes. However, high calorie foods can work against you if you’re trying to lose weight. Many health experts agree that a diet focused on healthy low calorie foods can help promote weight loss without a great sacrifice in nutrition. So here is a reference list of low calorie foods that might come in handy when your shopping or cooking:
Healthy Low Calorie Foods
Now that you’re familiar with some of the low calorie foods that may be helpful in promoting weight loss; let’s get creative and take a look at how these foods can be used to prepare delicious meals. We’ll cover a couple of examples for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a snack.
Delicious scrambled eggs
Granola with blueberries
Tasty turkey sandwich
Amazing black bean chili
Turkey hot dogs
Air popped popcorn
Chips and dip
In addition to changing your diet, you may want to consider taking our Liquid Chromium Picolinate. Why? Chromium has been shown to help control blood sugars and boost metabolism. 1 2 Our customers also noted that our Liquid Chromium seems to work the best when taken with our Legendary Minerals. And it’s no surprise that many of our customers find our Liquid Weight Loss Formula helpful in their weight loss programs as well.
If you’re interested in learning more about some of the foods outlined in this article, click here. Thank you for reading this month’s newsletter, and may you have a happy and healthy beginning of 2011.
- CHROMIUM AND POLYPHENOLS FROM CINNAMON IN THE PREVENTION AND ALLEVIATION OF GLUCOSE INTOLERANCE. United States Department of Agriculture.
- Chromium. Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University.