Lose Weight: Replace Unhealthy Foods With Healthy Ones

Posted by – February 8, 2011

If you’ve been following my weight loss ‘secrets’ series, hopefully I’ve convinced you of the need to find a way to get some exercise and to take steps to break your sugar addiction, if you have one.

We’ve also looked at the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods.

Once you’ve been exercising for a few weeks and are free from insane uncontrollable cravings for sugar, it’s time to gradually change your diet.

Start to eat more healthy foods. If you still feel in control and your appetite isn’t getting out of hand, start to gradually reduce the number of unhealthy foods you eat.

Sometimes you have to eat more to eat less; eat more healthy stuff (according to my guide, not according to the ideas put about by fad dieticians and slick health-food marketing campaigns), and when you feel that your appetite is satisfied the healthy way, simply eat less of the unhealthy stuff you’d normally eat.

That’s all I really want to say in this article …. If you’re following my guide to losing weight, let me know how it goes.

In the next article, we’ll sum up everything we’ve discussed so far while moving on to the final stage; reducing your overall food intake.

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