What New Year’s resolution comes in as the most broken resolution, year after year?
– Lose weight
– Stop smoking
– Set a budget and stick to it
– Read more
Most Americans (about 44 percent) make a New Year’s resolution that deals with self-improvement or educational goals. The most frequently made resolution is to lose weight in the coming year. Unfortunately, only 9 percent of people feel that they’ve accomplished their resolution at the end of the year. A whopping 42 percent report that they never succeed in their resolution goals, and 48 percent feel they were only marginally successful with their resolutions over the year. Source: StatisticBrain.com
Meat – Beef, chicken, pork, lamb, bacon, etc.
Fish and Seafood – Salmon, trout, shrimps, lobsters, etc.
Eggs – Omega-3 enriched or pastured eggs are best.
The importance of eating plenty of protein can not be overstated.
This has been shown to boost metabolism by 80 to 100 calories per day (5, 6, 7).
High protein diets can also reduce obsessive thoughts about food by 60%, reduce desire for late-night snacking by half, and make you so full that you automatically eat 441 fewer calories per day… just by adding protein to your diet (8, 9).
When it comes to losing weight, protein is the king of nutrients. Period.
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Don’t be afraid to load your plate with these low-carb vegetables. You can eat massive amounts of them without going over 20-50 net carbs per day.
A diet based on meat and vegetables contains all the fiber, vitamins and minerals you need to be healthy. There is no physiological need for grains in the diet.