20 Most Weight Loss Friendly Foods on The Planet!

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🍳1. Whole eggs. New studies show that they neither adversely affect blood cholesterol nor cause heart attack.
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🥗2. Leafy greens. They’re low calorie and high in fiber.
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🍣3. Salmon. High in protein and omega-3 fatty acid.
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🥦4. Cruciferous vegetables. They’re incredibly filling food with loads of nutrients.
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🥩5. Lean been and chicken breast. Unprocessed lean meat is the best source of protein!
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🥔6. Boiled potatoes. It’s one of the most filling foods out there!
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🐟7. Tuna. Lean fish is low in calories and high in protein.
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🌰8. Beans and legumes. Not only high in protein but also high in fiber!
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🍜9. Soup. Their high water content makes them very filling. But avoid creamy or oily soups.
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🍚10. Cottage cheese. It’s one of the best dairy product. Low in fat and high in protein.
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🥑11. Avocadoes. While most fruits are high carbs, avocadoes are loded with healthy fats.
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🍎12. Apple cider vinegar. It’s such a great appetite suppressant.
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🥜13. Nuts. Excellent snacks packed with protein!
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🍞14. Whole grains. Much higher in fiber and nutrients than refined grains.
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🌶15. Chili pepper. Eating spicy food may redhce appetite and increase fat burning.
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🍓16. Fruits. High in fiber, anitioxidants and various nutrients.
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🍊17. Grapefruits. They have been shown to reduce insulin resistance, a metabolic abnormality that is implicated in various chronic disease, according to a study from NCBI.
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🥄18. Chia seeds. High in fiber and fill you up!
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🥥19. Coconut oil. It contains medium chain triglyceride that may increase satiety after meals.
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🥣20. Full fat yogurt. Probiotic yogurt increases your digestive health.
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🙌Which one is your favorite!??

How Popular Diets Work

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“There are so many different “diets” out there. So how do you know which ones actually work?

Frankly, they all CAN work. And they all work for the same reason: a caloric deficit.

If I sound like a broken record, its because I really want to drive this point home. To lose weight, you need to be in a caloric deficit.

There are going to be people out there who claim that they began eating keto and have lost weight without being in a caloric deficit. Does it sound too good to be true? It should…because it is. You cannot lose weight if you are not burning more calories than you consume.

People like to try to find the “secret” to weight loss, but it truly is that simple. At the end of the day, for ANY of these diets to work, they have to put you into a caloric deficit. Plain and simple. Some might have other health benefits, but when it comes to weight loss, none of them hold any kind of secrets.

The best diet is the one that keeps you consistent. If cutting carbs out of your diet sounds absolutely miserable to you, then you shouldn’t do keto. Is the idea of counting macros and calories torturous for you? Maybe Weight Watchers can help by taking all the guesswork out for you. It totally depends on your preferences.

You don’t need a specific “diet” to lose weight- you simply need to accomplish a caloric deficit. You can do that in any way that works for you. But different diet methods might help you to accomplish that goal. Look at them as tools to help you get there. And like any tool, one might work better than another for YOU.

Don’t worry about Lily claiming she ate the same exact amount of calories, but cut out sugar and lost 50 pounds. She doesn’t know what she is talking about. Silly Lily.”

@Cheatdaydesign