Want to lose a pound a day without hitting the gym or doing any kind of exercise?
This video will discuss a zero-sugar diet that will help you efficiently and quickly bring your body into perfect balance, and start losing excess pounds at a rapid pace.
Do we have your attention now?
If so, keep watching to know more about how to flatten your belly, improve your health, and look, feel, and live better than ever before.
You should definitely be drinking a certain amount of water every day, but more on that soon.
- Ditch added sugars
Don’t worry, we aren’t saying that you should give up on your sweets and comfort foods.
By sugars, we are referring to those added to foods and drinks when they’re processed.
Breaking free from added sugar will make a huge difference in your body.
- Eat more healthy fiber
Eating foods that are packed with fiber helps slow down the progress of carbohydrates through your body.
As a result, it produces a steady and constant dose of energy to your body so you never get the “I’m empty” indicator.
- Buy the right foods
When you go grocery shopping, always check the nutrition labels for sugar and fiber content.
Fortunately today, there are several food brands without added sugars and with healthy fiber, everything from bread to spaghetti sauce.
- Retrain your taste buds
Truth is, it’s easy to quit on added sugars because, after a while, the sweet foods will taste too sweet according to your taste.
So the more your taste buds get used to having no sugars, the better your body adjusts to only having a little sugar.
- Limit your sodium intake
Consuming too much salt can lead to your body retaining more water, only adding unwanted pounds and making you feel bloated.
To get rid of water weight, minimize salt consumption and cut back on high-sodium foods and beverages.
- Eat fewer carbs as well
Eating a lot of simple carbohydrates causes you to retain more water.
To shed water weight, consume less high-carb snacks like potatoes, baked goods, white bread, and pasta.
Rather, eat more high-carb foods like leafy greens, beans, and berries.
- Drink more water to get rid of excess fluids
This may sound counterintuitive, but keeping your body hydrated makes it less likely to store excess fluids.
Drink 8 to 10 cups of water per day to stay healthy and hydrated and avoid fluid retention.
- Consume more vegetables
Eat vegetables instead of sugary foods.
Veggies are high in nutrients but low in calories, making them perfect for your weight loss goal.
Moreover, eating vegetables often reduces your cravings and desire to eat since they contain fiber that slows down food as it passes in the digestive system.
- Eat mindfully
Be mindful of whatever food or drink that goes into your mouth.
By following a zero-sugar diet and shifting to more natural fiber-rich whole foods, you won’t just cut your sugar consumption but also boost fiber.
Moreover, doing so also reduces your intake of other chemicals that aren’t actually food, but we still eat almost every day.
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