8 Simple Nutrition Tips For Weight Loss

Wish you could speed up your rate of fat loss? Tired of seeing so-so progress but feeling like you’re doing everything possible to reach your goals? If so, you need a jump-start.

Sometimes, all it takes is a slight change in the approach to get you seeing and feeling progress. Let’s take a quick peek at 8 nutrition tips that you should know and use for faster fat loss.


1. Eat Earlier

Those who eat breakfast tend to eat fewer calories over the course of the day. So this is a good way to get your calorie intake under control.

Plus, a healthy breakfast kick-starts the metabolism, helps regulate insulin, blunts muscle catabolism, and can restore glycogen….all leading to a body that is made for a fat-burning performance.


2. Eat Half A Plate Of Vegetables

If you can make it a rule to fill half of your place with vegetables during each meal in a day, that in itself should help you bring down the total calorie count for that meal. Plus, you’ll get better nutrition.

3. Do Dairy!

Some people should stay away from dairy simply because they are lactose intolerant or sensitive. But far too many people who need it cut dairy.


Studies have actually shown that low-fat versions of this food can actually help speed up fat loss in the stomach region. In addition to that, it’s full of protein – something that most dieters don’t consume enough.

4. Plan Ahead

Those who plan their diet ahead of time almost always see faster success than those who don’t because they’re less likely to slip-up over the course of the day. If you wait till you’re hungry to make your choice of what to eat, chances are your choice will be bad.


5. Think Of Substitutions

See a recipe you want to cook but it’s not so healthy? Try using food substitutions. Very often, you can revitalize recipes so that it is something that will fit in with your diet plan.

6. Watch Liquid Calories

Most people won’t register liquid calories like they do food calories. And that is awful!


If you’re drinking calorie-laden beverages, it will come back to hinder your progress. Outside of strategically placed protein and workout shakes, stick to calorie-free drinks.

7. Read All Ingredient Labels

In an ideal world, you would only eat foods that come with one ingredient, but if you are going to eat something packaged, go over the ingredients. If there are any you don’t recognize (or can’t pronounce), put that food back on the shelf. It’s not for you.


8. Take Time Before Seconds

Before you go in for a second helping, always let your food sit for 10 minutes. Often, once that time is up, you’ll find that you’re no longer hungry. Remember, digestion takes time.

Keep these tips in mind and you can help to jump-start your diet success.