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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Losing Weight and Feeling Great - Not Hungry

"Yes I want to lose weight, but I don't want to feel hungry all the time," is a common statement that people ask me on a consistent basis. Many people are under the misguided impression that losing weight equals starving yourself. This is a completely wrong myth, and in fact, you can eat great and lose weight!

Many people who attempt a diet that includes starvation end up miserable during the diet and frustrated after the diet. This is because the body is not getting the proper nutrition when it is being starved and thus bringing on such symptoms as head aches and fatigue. Then, after the diet, they usually end up gaining the weight back and then some because their body's metabolism has adjusted and stores fat more vigorously.

What my research has shown me and what I have learned through my own personal experience is that when you follow a healthy eating plan, with the right foods, you can eat great and lose weight.

Healthy Foods vs. Non-Healthy Foods

Generally, healthy foods consist of natural and fresh food...the closer to its organic state the better. Healthy foods include fresh fruit and vegetables, organic poultry, raw nuts, and fresh fish.

In contrast, any processed food is generally unhealthy. Foods that are canned, frozen, boxed, filled with ingredients you can't pronounce ext. Unhealthy processed foods should be avoided and healthy natural foods embraced.

Healthy Meals that are More Filling

Eating natural and organic foods will deliver more nutrition making you feel fuller with less food. In addition, a great way to feel full is to ensure quality protein and a source of healthy fat is in your diet. Healthy protein can be found in foods such as organic eggs, natural meats, and organic poultry and fish. Healthy fat can be found in foods such as fish, avocados, and raw nuts.

Eat Lots of Vegetables for Better Nutrition and to Feel Full

Vegetables are not only very nutritious but they are full of fiber, so they expand in the stomach, digest slower and keep you feeling full longer. Always make vegetables a large percentage of your diet. They are low in calories and very nutritious.

Another great practice is to drink lots of water throughout the day and just before meals which will make you feel fuller. This will not only make you fell fuller but it will also keep you hydrated and healthy.

The most important part of losing weight is taking action. Have a helpful guide with you...visit http://www.worldhealthsecrets.com and begin your journey to a slimmer and healthier you.

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