Eat More, Lose More: How to Get Slim Tastefully!

Feb 22, 2016 05:00 AM EST | By Anita Valensia

Dieting doesn't have to be plain and boring. In fact, these tasty meals are essential ingredients that add flavor to your meals.

Snacking on Almonds and Avocados for healthy fat

These two are basic ingredients that you can use when picking your salad or baked potato toppings. Almonds and Avocados are monounsaturated fats loaded with protein and healthy fats. Both can reduce the cravings because they are digested slowly and make you feel fuller, longer. Moreover, almonds prevent your blood sugar from fluctuating as an almond only contains 7 calories.

Greek Yogurt and eggs for protein

We don't mean that you should mix them both, but having one for another as an alternative can boost your energy. These friendly proteins can meet your daily nutrient needs for breakfast. According to International Journal of Obesity, egg promotes weight lost. Women who have poached an egg for breakfast lost more weight than those who start the day with a bagel. On the other hand, Greek yogurt isn't only a delicious treat but it delivers proteins up to 20 grams per 7 ounces, an amount on par with half of chicken breast.

Pork and ground beef for lean meats

Pork and ground beef that are lean can shed some pounds of your weight. Experts study showed that women who incorporate lean meat in their daily meals can lose 25% more weight than those who skipped. You can mince pork and use it for your pasta sauce or make meatballs from ground beef to opt for a fuller feel afterward.

Oatmeal and apple for fibers

Instant oatmeal may be old fashioned but it's one of the healthiest breakfast options. Whole-grain food is digested slowly than any other carbs - making you feel less hungry. As for apples, it contains 4 grams of fiber per fruit. Eating an apple before your breakfast meal will reduce your cravings for calories later on. 

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