It’s no secret that in order to lose weight you must create a caloric deficit, which is best achieved by reducing calories through proper dieting and exercising more.
But, if you’ve ever tried cutting calories before then you know it can be difficult. If you don’t do it right it can lead to hunger, binge eating, muscle loss and you may even deprive your body of vital nutrients.
So, to help you learn how to cut calories without feeling hungry, losing muscle or slowing metabolism, we compiled the following important resources to make the process as effortless as possible:
We’re all aware of the health benefits of drinking water, but now a recent study suggests we can add weight loss to that extensive list, as well. Learn more about the powerful weight loss effects of water.
Since weight loss comes down to calories in versus calories out, controlling the amount of food you eat is crucial to losing weight. And portion control can make controlling calories effortless!
Reducing the amount of calories consumed during a meal may be as easy as eating a little slower according to a study published by the University of Rhode Island. Their findings are very exciting for those looking for an easy way to cut calories!
A lot people abandon their diets not because they feel they are forced to eat “healthy” foods all the time, but because they feel they have to give up the foods they love. However, that doesn’t have to be the case.
Instead of looking to make major diet changes to lose weight, which typically leads to regaining all the weight back, try these simple tips to cut calories from your everyday diet.
You don’t need to go on a crash diet or take extreme measures to cut 500 calories out of your daily diet. It’s actually a lot easier than you might think. By making a few simple lifestyle adjustments you can slash your caloric intake while still enjoying all the foods you love.
One might find it odd that by eating something you can actually cut calories, but that is exactly what these popular foods do! Can you guess which foods these are?
These 8 simple tips will help you reduce your caloric intake (without starving yourself) and improve your health. Check them out!
Most of us could use more vegetables in our diet. In fact, studies show that a mere 27% of adults get the recommended 3 servings of vegetables per day. But, what if there was an easy way to consume more veggies and lose weight?! In this article we show you how!
Mexican food can be loaded with sodium and high-fat extras, but with these simple substitutions we show you how to save literally hundreds of calories while still enjoying your favorite Mexican foods!