Staying on track with new year's resolution
(WXYZ) - It’s been about 6 weeks since many of you made a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier and lose weight and right about now, you may need some inspiration to stay on track.
When it comes to weight loss, you need to burn more calories than you eat. But some foods are better options as they can help you stay satiated and lose weight.
There are five foods and number one is Oats.
I’d recommend you go easy on canned soup, ham, old-fashioned casseroles and juices. Many of these are high-sodium, high fat and high calorie.
You may be surprised to learn that juices often have the healthy fiber removed. It’s much better to eat whole fruit instead.
I am 100 percent the “Undiet” doctor. Diets simply do not work. It’s all about making lifestyle changes you can live with. So here are my prescriptions:
What about bread? Is that something we can eat in moderation?
I’d recommend you eat whole grain bread. Whole grain bread helps with appetite control because it has fiber.
Don’t fall for the term multigrain. Multigrain breads are really white bread that has a small amount of whole grains.
Be sure to look at the ingredient list – you want to see the words “whole wheat” listed there.