Painless Dieting to Melt Pounds Faster

Painless Dieting to Melt Pounds Faster Scale

A weekly jump on the scale is a helpful way toward painless dieting instead of the need to take more drastic measures to melt pounds.

 

Cooking is one of my favorite pastimes. I just love everything about preparing new dishes as all those delicious aromas emerge from whatever you’re creating takes flight. My only exceptions to this are mountains of extra dishes and the tendency toward overeating when those recipes taste too good, which I am guilty of.  As a result, I found these painless dieting tricks helpful to assist willpower when I need to lose some weight.

Prioritizing Entree Choice Aids Painless Dieting

As soon as the scale gives me a number that I don’t want to see, I take action to rethink my main entrees. Instead of letting the meat, chicken or pasta entree dominate more room on my plate, I concentrate more on vegetables. The way that I handle this is by either making a vegetarian meal when I need to melt pounds faster or just fill my plate with more veggies and a smaller portion of my usual serving of the chicken, meat or the pasta. Loading the plate with the veggies first before the meat entree is the secret and one of the best painless dieting tricks ever.

Food Arrangement Is Another Helpful Tactic of Painless Dieting

Painless Dieting to Melt Pounds Faster Meal Arrangement

Try allocating more of your plate to vegetables than the entree is a tactic of painless dieting.

It also helps when arranging that plate to fill it with a beautiful array of green, red and yellow vegetables that will take you a long time to chew. After all, you want to fool your mind into thinking that you’re eating more without denying yourself. The longer that you take to chew what you’re putting on your plate, the less likely you’ll be tempted to fill up on more of the meat entree.

Furthermore, stocking your refrigerator with a zip-lock bag of your favorite fresh veggies to snack on also can make a difference.  The trick is to keep that bag handy and in view when you poke your head in searching for a snack.  Empty calorie ones like prepared carrot or celery sticks are delicious, nutritious and full of extra fiber.

Soups Assist Your Efforts for Painless Dieting

Painless Dieting to Melt Pounds Faster Soup

A bowl of homemade soup that has been skimmed of grease by refrigerating first and then serving the next day is healthier, has fewer calories and satisfies hunger even before you begin a meal.

 

What else that works for me for painless dieting is starting with a first course of soup. I like to make homemade soup like chicken broth the day before and skim the hardened grease off the next day. In doing this, I save calories and the health consequences of all that cholesterol. A small bowl or cup of soup before the meal helps control eating as it fills you up.

When needing to lose extra pounds, another painless dieting trick that always helps is to keep a supply of frozen mixed vegetables and other frozen vegetables like green beans, cauliflower, broccoli in your freezer. You can throw these in casseroles to stretch the amount of meat that you’ll be eating or just to load your plate when serving over main dish entrees.

I hope that you have success with these painless dieting tactics because you don’t need to carry those extra pounds.

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2 Comments

  1. Mona Garg
    November 8, 2018 / 11:33 am

    I use these and some other standard tips such as : 1) eat a nutritious breakfast consisting of a mix of protein/carbs/fat, 2) no late-night noshing — we eat early, so nothing after 6:00 pm until 6 the next morning, 3) mini indulgent treat every day so I don’t feel deprived — today it was a quarter of a standard size chocolate muffin and a bonus miniature Reese’s peanut butter cup.

  2. Lynne B
    November 12, 2018 / 5:34 pm

    This was another post that I really enjoyed. I always have a bag of frozen veggies for the same reason you do. It helps stretch out the meal and adds veggies.

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