Saturday, June 25, 2011
How many times have I suggest that eating fruits and vegetables as part of your healthy diet and regular. If you missed it, here's the drill: Fruits and vegetables are high in calories and nutrients, making them a great addition to any meal and are ideal for a snack. They are also good sources of fiber - filled without adding tons of calories.
I stand by this advice to eat healthy. But this week I heard of some of my new clients who are still hungry after eating fruits and vegetables. Maybe you feel the same. Here are some points to consider:
* You may just need more time to adjust to a new way of eating?
* Your desire for sweets and salty snacks to make you satisfied with the fruits and vegetables?
* Or as fruits and vegetables to maintain not really enough for you?
Undoubtedly, a change of lifestyle is a big challenge. It takes time to eat a new part of your routine of healthy habits. But perhaps we need to rethink your approach. Are you really prefer to cut the sweets and salty snacks, fruit and vegetables alone? Or would you prefer to take small steps, such as restarting the transition from fruit yogurt frozen ice on it?
Suppose we tried the fruit and vegetables alone for two weeks, and you do not feel satisfied - not the abdomen or head. Try a little "protein and healthy fats for your sweet tooth. As with slices of red pepper hummus or bean dip? Or a piece of fruit, with a circulation of beans Pap?
Whether you're in this place and go through? What advice would you give to others?